AIIMS doctor accuses colleague of raping her

The Delhi Police has lodged a case after a doctor working at the All India Institute of Medical Science here alleged that she was raped by one of her senior colleagues during a birthday party inside the campus. Continue Reading

Five lakh Indians cheated of Rs 150 cr

In a massive crackdown on online fraud, the Delhi Police have arrested 11 people, and identified at least 10 Chinese nationals, who were running a syndicate to dupe people of their money through fake mobile investment applications. Continue Reading

Delhi police explain why they went to Twitter office

The Delhi Police has termed its visit to Twitter India offices as a routine process to ascertain who is the most suitable person to issue a notice over its Toolkit probe as replies by Twitter India’s MD were found to be very ambiguous. Continue Reading

Posters against PM: Rahul dares govt to arrest him too

Congress leaders have hit out at the police action against some people for allegedly putting up posters critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and dared the government to arrest them for raising questions on the export of Covid vaccines. Continue Reading

Who is Pieter Friedrich, Greta’s resource person with Khalistan, ISI links?

The name Pieter Friedrich was in the headlines since Monday evening following a press conference by the Delhi Police. Continue Reading

Disha Ravi and others part of international conspiracy?

After the Delhi Police arrested climate activist Disha Ravi from Bengaluru and issued non-bailable warrants against Nikita Jacob and Shantanu, the cyber cell of the lead probe agency in the matter said the trio had drafted and edited the toolkit which has incriminating evidence of “secessionist and pro-Khalistani content embedded into it through links and texts.” Continue Reading

Delhi violence: Farmer leaders get police notice

The Delhi Police has issued notices to around 20 farmer leaders, including Yogendra Yadav and Balbir Singh Rajewal, over the violence during the farmers’ tractor rally, asking why legal action should not be taken against them, officials said. Continue Reading