Articles about Indian Police

Rigidity okay with compassionate motive: Dalai Lama to Indian Police

17 Feb 2021

Rigidity okay with compassionate motive: Dalai Lama to Indian Police

The Dalai Lama on Wednesday said it is okay for police to be rigid on their job as long as the motivation of their action is larger good. He was giving a talk on Empathy and Compassion in Policing at the request of the Indian Police Foundation.

Mentally challenged man returns home from Pakistan 11 years after

06 Jan 2021

Mentally challenged man returns home from Pakistan 11 years after

Punvasi Lal walked into his home in Uttar Pradesh's Mirzapur on Tuesday, eleven years after he slipped into the Pakistani territory.

6 Indian civil servants who have made the nation proud

20 Jun 2019

6 Indian civil servants who have made the nation proud

The Indian civil services are a dream for lakhs of youngsters. Being a civil servant is a tough job and needs great commitment.

6 Indian civil servants who have made the nation proud

24 May 2019

6 Indian civil servants who have made the nation proud

The Indian civil services are a dream for lakhs of youngsters. Being a civil servant is a tough job and needs great commitment.

6 Indian civil servants who have made the nation proud

25 Jan 2019

6 Indian civil servants who have made the nation proud

The Indian civil services are a dream for lakhs of youngsters. Being a civil servant is a tough job and needs great commitment.

Bihar: Man, traveling in train with 50 human skeletons, arrested

28 Nov 2018

Bihar: Man, traveling in train with 50 human skeletons, arrested

Sensational murders and occult crimes are quite a thing in India.

#CareerBytes: The life, salary, perks of an IPS Officer

28 Nov 2018

#CareerBytes: The life, salary, perks of an IPS Officer

The Indian Police Service (IPS) is one of the premier Civil Services of the country second only to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS).

PM to unveil National Police Memorial, museum on Oct 21

18 Oct 2018

PM to unveil National Police Memorial, museum on Oct 21

PM Modi will inaugurate the refurbished National Police Memorial, including a newly-built museum of these forces in khaki, in Delhi on October 21.

UP: East Kanpur police superintendent attempts suicide, in critical condition

05 Sep 2018

UP: East Kanpur police superintendent attempts suicide, in critical condition

In a tragic incident, the superintendent of police of the East Kanpur district, Surendra Kumar Das, made an attempt to take his own life on Wednesday morning at his official residence in Kanpur.

53-year-old Nashik Police Commissioner completes Ironman triathlon in France

28 Aug 2018

53-year-old Nashik Police Commissioner completes Ironman triathlon in France

Nashik Police Commissioner Ravinderkumar Singhal has successfully completed the Ironman triathlon which involves a set of physically grueling activities.

Himachal: On-duty cops can't carry over Rs. 200. Here's why

11 Aug 2018

Himachal: On-duty cops can't carry over Rs. 200. Here's why

In a bid to curb corruption, the police chief of Himachal Pradesh's Una district has issued a unique diktat barring on-duty cops manning checkpoints to keep more than Rs. 200 with them.

From bus-conductor's daughter to criminals' nightmare: An IPS officer's tale

03 Aug 2018

From bus-conductor's daughter to criminals' nightmare: An IPS officer's tale

She is the Superintendent of Police in Himachal Pradesh's Kullu district whom the local drug-dealers dread.

After you dial 100: What happens inside police control room?

25 Jul 2018

After you dial 100: What happens inside police control room?

Have you ever wondered what happens after you dial 100 - India's de-facto emergency helpline number - and before you get help?

UP-cop files complaint against himself for failing to check cow-smuggling!

15 Jul 2018

UP-cop files complaint against himself for failing to check cow-smuggling!

Talk about sincerity. Or bizarreness? A Meerut station house officer (SHO) has lodged a complaint against himself for having failed to prevent cow smuggling!

Cop, who visited journalist's house for passport-verification, asks for hug

12 Jul 2018

Cop, who visited journalist's house for passport-verification, asks for hug

In a shocking incident, a journalist from Hindustan Times was asked for a hug by a police officer who visited her Ghaziabad house for her passport verification.

133 of 136 IPS-officers fail exams, but still in service

08 Jul 2018

133 of 136 IPS-officers fail exams, but still in service

It says a lot about the state of India's police force when only three of 136 IPS officers manage to pass the exams to graduate from the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (SVPNPA).

'Why can't police be given a day's off?' asks Madras-HC

04 Jul 2018

'Why can't police be given a day's off?' asks Madras-HC

Madras High Court said the Tamil Nadu government should consider giving policemen a day's holiday in a week like every government servant is entitled to so that they too can spend time with their families.

MP: Trainee cop held for taking 'selfie' in senior-judge's chair

02 Jul 2018

MP: Trainee cop held for taking 'selfie' in senior-judge's chair

A trainee police constable's enthusiasm for "selfies"' landed him in the police lock-up after he took a picture while sitting in a senior judge's chair in a court in Madhya Pradesh's Umaria town, an official said.

Karnataka's first female DGP transferred days after Mamata Banerjee's anger

25 May 2018

Karnataka's first female DGP transferred days after Mamata Banerjee's anger

Two days after WB CM Mamata Banerjee was miffed by arrangements at the new Karnataka CM's oath-taking, DGP Neelamani Raju has been transferred.

After 154-years, Mumbai Police switches to 8-hour schedule

18 Jan 2018

After 154-years, Mumbai Police switches to 8-hour schedule

Mumbai Police Commissioner Datta Padsalgikar on Wednesday announced the department's historic decision of switching over to a strict eight-hour duty schedule for the lower echelons.

Delhi Police working on app to solve capital's streetlight problem

14 Dec 2017

Delhi Police working on app to solve capital's streetlight problem

Delhi Police are working on another app for women's safety. The Women Safety- Dark Spots App will allow citizens to notify the authorities of dysfunctional or absent streetlights at the click of a button.

Cabinet reshuffle: Interesting facts about the new ministers

03 Sep 2017

Cabinet reshuffle: Interesting facts about the new ministers

In its third cabinet reshuffle, the Modi government has inducted nine new faces and promoted four Ministers of State to cabinet rank.

Nirmala Sitharaman, India's second female defense minister, after Indira

03 Sep 2017

Nirmala Sitharaman, India's second female defense minister, after Indira

The highlight of the Modi government's third cabinet reshuffle is Nirmala Sitharaman.

Indian policemen to lose decades-old khakis, get new 'smart uniforms'

01 Sep 2017

Indian policemen to lose decades-old khakis, get new 'smart uniforms'

Policemen across India are set to shed their British-era khaki uniforms. After five years of research, the National Institute of Design has come up with nine new prototypes.

Mallikarjun Kharge against Alok Verma's appointment

20 Jan 2017

Mallikarjun Kharge against Alok Verma's appointment

Out of the 3 member collegium that chose Alok Verma as the new CBI chief, Mallikarjun Kharge, the leader of Congress in Lok Sabha had given a dissenting note for his appointment.

Delhi Police commissioner appointed as the next CBI Director

19 Jan 2017

Delhi Police commissioner appointed as the next CBI Director

Delhi Police Commissioner, Alok Kumar Verma, has been appointed the new CBI Director on Thursday.