The person alleged to be the thief fits his body diagonally through a square portion of the window
Addressing the IPS probationers at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy via video-conferencing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged them to let their every action in the field be guided by national interest and perspective
Former J&K governor advisor, K Vijay Kumar appointed senior security advisor in MHA; 67-year-old to be in position for one year from date of taking charge
1975-batch officer of the Indian Police Service will 'advise the ministry on security-related matters', said the order
Supreme Court agrees to hear plea against Delhi HC verdict quashing cadre allocation of IAS, IPS officers from 2018 batch
The high court had said that it was inclined to grant relief to petitioners considering that they have approached the court at the very earliest and at a stage when neither IAS nor IPS officers of the 2018 batch have commenced their on-site training which is cadre-specific.
CBI calls Sunday drama in Kolkata 'most unfortunate', seeks directive to Rajeev Kumar to cooperate in plea to SC
The CBI has alleged that Kolkata Police commissioner Rajeev Kumar is now destroying the evidence pertaining to the Saradha chit scam case.
In another major administrative reshuffle in four days, the newly-elected Congress government in Chhattisgarh has assigned new postings to 16 Indian Police Service (IPS) officers, including superintendents of police of 11 districts.
Succession battle pits R&AW against IPS cadres as ugly internal squabbling remains an open secret in India's spy agency
The growing pile of cases brought to the Central Administrative Tribunal by RAS officers include one involving Jitendra Ojha—the man who from 2013-15 was in charge of training spies at RAW’s academy in New Delhi.
CBI vs CBI hearing: Supreme Court reserves order on Centre action against Alok Verma; CJI asks why strip CBI director of powers suddenly
The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its order on the pleas filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Director Alok Verma and NGO Common Cause challenging the decision of the Central government to send Verma on leave.
'We'll tie their hands, legs and thrash them': Woman IPS officer from Maharashtra transferred after rant against Dalits goes viral
In a video that has gone viral, Bhagyashree Navtake, a probationary Indian Police Service (IPS) officer who was posted as an assistant superintendent of police in Majalgaon, over 400 km from Mumbai, purportedly said she had also beaten up Muslims in the last six months.
#MeToo India: Assam woman cop claims current ADGP sexually harassed her, husband killed self after she filed complaint
In the backdrop of the #MeToo movement, Leena Doley, who serves as the Additional Superintendent of Police (APS) in Assam, has taken to Facebook to talk about workplace harassment meted out to her by a senior official. She says she is going to take her "fight to the next level" after she failed to get justice from the enquiry commitee set up under Vishakha guidelines in the year 2012.
NSG military operations commander's post lying vacant for past six months; force seeks MHA's intervention
In the NSG hierarchy, the counter-terror and counter-hijack commando units are placed under the overall command of IG (Operations), a post based in the NSG headquarters in Delhi.
Alok Verma’s ego clash with Rakesh Asthana irreparably damages CBI, creates administrative crisis for Centre
The fight that began with this one-upmanship turned into a full-fledged internecine war.
Supreme Court rejects plea filed by ex-IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt's wife challenging probe into case of planting drugs
Sanjiv Bhatt was arrested under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act when he was working or functioning as the Superintendent of Police (SP) in Banaskantha in 1996.
On 27 September, the UPSC released notification for ESE on its official website- upsc.gov.in.
Gujarat government has reshuffled its police department by transferring 44 IPS officers and 22 SPC officials in the state
No police reforms would work without improving state of constabulary; SC order to fix term for top cops could promote sycophancy
The real challenge of police reform in India lies in providing proper training to the constabulary and inculcating in them a sense of confidence and discipline to make them aware that they are beholden to the law of the land and no one else.
UPSC member Arvind Saxena has been appointed as the acting chairman of the commission from June 20, a government order said.
Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Rajesh Sahni was found dead under mysterious circumstances on Tuesday, according to several media reports.
Doctor who examined Himanshu Roy's body says he shot himself in the mouth, injury visible right upto his skull
Senior IPS officer Himanshu Roy shot himself in the mouth and the resultant injury was visible right upto his skull, a doctor who first examined the deceased officer's body said
T Shahid, madrasa-educated man from Kerala, clears UPSC exam, says he wanted to break terror stereotype
Battling severe financial crisis at home, T Shahid, who studied at a madrasa, has secured rank 693 in the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2017 in his sixth attempt.