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COVID-19: 96 oxygen concentrators seized from Delhi's Khan Chacha restaurant

07 May 2021

COVID-19: 96 oxygen concentrators seized from Delhi's Khan Chacha restaurant

The Delhi Police today seized as many as 96 oxygen concentrators from the popular Khan Chacha restaurant in the city's Khan Market area, reports say.

06 May 2021

COVID-19: Delhi Police files over 300 cases of cheating, hoarding

The Delhi Police has filed as many as 303 cases of hoarding, black marketing, and cheating, involving essential drugs and oxygen cylinders, over the past three weeks as the COVID-19 crisis deepened in the national capital and across India.

04 May 2021

Numerous COVID-19 patients are falling prey to cyber fraud

The Delhi Police on Monday said it has been receiving numerous complaints about COVID-19 patients falling prey to cybercriminals, and eight FIRs have been registered in this connection at CyPAD and different police stations.

03 May 2021

2020 Delhi riots 'reminiscent of carnage during partition,' says Court

A court in Delhi has called the 2020 Delhi riots "reminiscent of carnage during the days of partition" while rejecting the anticipatory bail petition of a man accused of attacking a boy of a different community.

01 May 2021

Delhi: Man rams car into police picket, kills constable

A 42-year-old man allegedly rammed his car into a police picket killing a constable in southwest Delhi's Vasant Vihar area on Saturday, officials said.

21 Apr 2021

Delhi Police creates green corridors for oxygen tankers

As Delhi finds itself short of oxygen supply, the National Capital's police on Monday night stepped up to help a hospital in Paschim Vihar get oxygen in the nick of time, helping 235 coronavirus patients.

20 Apr 2021

As COVID-19 rages, Delhi Police extends humanitarian assistance to residents

From getting an octogenarian admitted to a hospital to cremating a 93-year-old COVID-19 patient, the Delhi Police had extended humanitarian assistance to the residents of the city.

12 Apr 2021

Man arrested for killing father for money in south Delhi

A 61-year-old man was stabbed to death allegedly by his inebriated son when the father refused to give him money in South Delhi's Fatehpur Beri area, the police said on Monday.

12 Apr 2021

Shameful that Delhi Police was allowed to torture Punjabis: Sidhu

In an apparent reference to an accusation by gangster-turned-activist Lakha Sidhana that his cousin was beaten up by the Delhi Police, Congress MLA Navjot Singh Sidhu on Sunday said it was shameful that they were allowed to "torture" Punjabis in the state's domain.

10 Apr 2021

Man arrested for deceiving people with fake job ads

A 48-year-old man was arrested from Kolkata for allegedly duping people by posting fake job advertisements online for work abroad, Delhi police said on Saturday.

08 Apr 2021

Dwarka accident: Family raises doubt over driver's identity

Three days after an elderly couple was mowed down by a woman's car in Dwarka, the victims' family has raised suspicion over the identity of the driver.

05 Apr 2021

Delhi Police probes removal of Sai Baba idol from temple

The Delhi Police is investigating the removal of a Sai Baba idol from a temple in south Delhi's Hauz Khas after some devotees filed a complaint alleging it was demolished, officials said on Sunday.

26 Mar 2021

Ph.D. holder swindled Rs. 7.5-crore on pretext of jobs, arrested

Five people, including one who holds a Ph.D., have been arrested from Gurgaon for allegedly duping over 500 people of Rs. 7.5 crore on the pretext of providing them jobs in leading multi-national companies, Delhi Police said on Friday.

24 Mar 2021

Delhi: Man commits burglary at factory to avenge father's dismissal

A 26-year-old man and four of his friends allegedly burglarized a factory in Delhi's Mundka area to avenge his father's removal from the factory over suspicion of thefts, police said on Wednesday.

23 Mar 2021

Delhi: Couple arrested for allegedly extorting money from employer

A 33-year-old man, Ravi, and his wife, Anju (30), residents of Sultanpur Dabas have been arrested for allegedly extorting money from his employer in Delhi's Rohini area, police said on Monday.

22 Mar 2021

Delhi: Residents of Harijan Basti attacked by mob

Some residents of Delhi's Harijan Basti were allegedly attacked by a mob after a 22-year-old man of the locality married a woman from another community, police said on Sunday.

20 Mar 2021

Delhi: Inter-state paper leak gang busted, four held

The Delhi Police on Saturday claimed to have busted an inter-state paper leak gang with the arrest of four people.

16 Mar 2021

45-year-old Chartered Accountant shot dead in Delhi's Adarsh Nagar

A 45-year-old Chartered Accountant was shot dead on Tuesday morning allegedly by unidentified men in northwest Delhi's Adarsh Nagar area, police said.

15 Mar 2021

55 people detained for roaming around suspiciously in Karol Bagh

In a bid to prevent street crime, Delhi Police conducted a five-hour-long cordon-and-search operation in Karol Bagh and detained 55 people found roaming around suspiciously in the area, officials said on Monday.

01 Mar 2021

Man killed, brother injured for objecting to rash driving

A man was allegedly killed and his brother injured after they were attacked for objecting to a youth riding his motorcycle rashly in the Bindapur area in Dwarka, New Delhi, police said on Monday.

20 Feb 2021

While Delhi was under lockdown, cybercriminals had a field day

The number of cybercrime cases reported in Delhi spiked during last year's lockdown period, from nearly 2,000 in March to over 4,000 in May, as fraudsters adopted new methods to cheat people, the Delhi Police said on Friday.

18 Feb 2021

Delhi HC notice to news channels on Disha Ravi's plea

Arrested activist Disha Ravi has moved the Delhi High Court to restrain the police from leaking investigation material.

17 Feb 2021

'Toolkit' case: Nikita Jacob granted transit bail for 3 weeks

Mumbai lawyer and climate activist Nikita Jacob, who is an accused in the "toolkit" case, has been granted three weeks' relief on her transit anticipatory bail plea.

16 Feb 2021

Disha Ravi, Nikita Jacob, and Shantanu created toolkit: Delhi Police

Activist Disha Ravi had joined hands with a Mumbai-based lawyer, Nikita Jacob, and an engineer Shantanu to create the "toolkit" supporting the farmers' agitation, the Delhi Police said on Monday about the case that has garnered attention.

14 Feb 2021

Wrestling coach, accused in murder of five, arrested in Delhi

Sukhvinder, a wrestling coach, who allegedly killed five people in Haryana's Rohtak on Friday has been arrested in Delhi.

10 Feb 2021

Dead farmer's kin move HC for court monitored SIT probe

The family of a 25-year-old man, who died after his tractor overturned at Central Delhi's ITO during the protesting farmers' tractor parade on Republic Day, moved the Delhi Court on Wednesday seeking a court-monitored Special Investigation Team probe.

06 Feb 2021

Seeking data of 'toolkit' creators, Delhi Police writes to Google

On Friday, Delhi Police wrote to Google and other social media giants seeking information about the creators of the "toolkit," that was shared by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg this week in connection with the farmers' protests.

04 Feb 2021

FIR not against Greta, but creators of 'toolkit': Delhi Police

The Delhi Police on Thursday clarified that it has not registered a complaint naming Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg.

04 Feb 2021

'Still with farmers,' says Greta Thunberg after Delhi Police case

The Delhi Police on Thursday filed a case against teen climate activist Greta Thunberg, accusing her of "criminal conspiracy and promoting enmity on the grounds of religion."

02 Feb 2021

Left with no option: Centre defends police crackdown on farmers

The central government on Tuesday defended the police crackdown on farmers protesting against new agricultural laws.

02 Feb 2021

Delhi Police denies giving approval for 'metal lathis,' seeks explanation

With the farmers' protest turning violent, Delhi Police was spotted with an "upgraded protective gear" yesterday. In a viral picture, cops were seen carrying metal lances and wearing arm guards.

31 Jan 2021

Farmers' Protest: Journalist Mandeep Punia sent to 14-day judicial custody

Journalist Mandeep Punia was detained by the police on Saturday from the Delhi-Haryana Singhu border and sent to 14-day judicial custody.

31 Jan 2021

Republic Day violence: Five identified have criminal records, say cops

At least five people identified at Red Fort during the Republic Day breach reportedly have criminal records in Punjab.

29 Jan 2021

Conspiracy hatched in September: Delhi Police in R-Day violence FIR

A conspiracy to storm Delhi was hatched in September after the central government passed new agricultural laws, the Delhi Police has said in one of the 33 FIRs lodged in connection with the Republic Day violence earlier this week.

28 Jan 2021

R-Day rally: 20 farmer leaders served notices by Delhi Police

Two days after a farmers' protest rally took a violent turn, the Delhi Police has issued notices to at least 20 farmer leaders for defying an agreement regarding the rally.

28 Jan 2021

Blamed for inciting Republic Day chaos, Deep Sidhu goes 'missing'

Actor-activist Deep Sidhu has gone missing, so to speak, since the chaos during the farmers' tractor rally on Republic Day (January 26).

27 Jan 2021

BKU (Bhanu), Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan withdraw from farmers' protest

Two farmer unions on Wednesday announced their withdrawal from the months-long protest against the central government's new agricultural laws.

27 Jan 2021

Farmer who died at ITO protest had returned from Australia

Protesting farmer, Navreet Singh had returned from Australia to his hometown in Uttar Pradesh's Rampur to celebrate his recent wedding.

27 Jan 2021

SFJ announces $350K reward for unfurling 'Khalistani flag' on Parliament

The banned pro-Khalistani group, Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), has announced a reward for unfurling the "Khalistani flag" on the Indian Parliament on February 1, when the Union Budget 2021-2022 will be presented.

27 Jan 2021

R-Day violence: Rakesh Tikait and Yogendra Yadav named in FIRs

Bharatiya Kisan Union's Rakesh Tikait and Swaraj Abhiyan leader Yogendra Yadav are among the at least ten farmers' leaders named in 22 cases filed by the Delhi Police in connection to Republic Day's violence.


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