Misbehaved with women, damaged police vehicle say cops in FIR against JNU students

jnu-protests1New Delhi, Nov 20: In the FIRs that have been filed in connection with the protests that took place at the JNU, the police had accused some students of misbehaving with women.

The FIR further accuses the students of damaging a Gypsy of the area SHO.

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Batla House: “Kyun yeh encounter farzi nahin tha”

It is based on the encounter that took place in 2008. There was a hue and cry after the encounter, with a large number of persons debunking the encounter and calling it fake.

A supreme sacrifice was made by inspector Mohan Chand Sharma during the encounter.

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Delhi police bust Chhota Shakeel’s ploy to kill Tarek Fatah

chhotashakeelInvestigations being conducted following the arrest of a Chhota Shakeel right hand man has revealed that a plan was hatched to kill Pakistan-born Canadian writer Tarek Fatah.

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No, sedition charges not YET dropped against Kanhaiya Kumar

kanaihya kumarIt is a realm of speculation, the Delhi police while reacting to reports that sedition charges had been dropped against activist Kanhaiya Kumar. While requesting everyone not to speculate, Dependra Pathak, the special commissioner of police said that no chargesheet has been filed as yet and hence it would not be right to say that sedition charges have been dropped. “No finality as of now.

A chargesheet will be filed, but not now,” Pathak said.

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Exaggeration, sensationalism: Delhi police does it once again

delhi-alert_story_647_030616065257New Delhi, May 10: The release of the ten terror suspects who were arrested by the Delhi police only suggests an extremely sad state of affairs. Exaggerated claims and sensationalism from the word go never helps terrorism cases. In fact it only worsens the situation.
When the Delhi police had arrested these ten persons it had said that these were sympathisers of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and were planning on carrying out a Pathankot styled attack.

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Four terror suspects released by Delhi police

tersilNew Delhi, May 7: The Delhi Police has released four terror suspects that it had detained last week. The Delhi police had claimed to have busted a major module of the Jaish-e-Mohammad and even stated that these persons were planning a Pathankot like attack.
The police decided to release the four persons as there was nothing that was found on them. The police however continues to have in their custody five more persons.

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Why has JNU row probe come to a standstill?

  The Delhi police is miffed over the delay in getting the forensic sciences laboratory report with regard to the video clips shot at the JNU. The investigations have come to a standstill and thanks to this bail has been granted to the accused, police sources say. For the probe to proceed, it is extremely important for us to get the report from the Central Forensic Sciences Laboratory say the Delhi police. The police have also written a letter to the CFSL quoting the delay while also stating that the investigations are pending due to this.
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Why cases against alleged Lashkar man, Abdul Karim Tunda are falling like 9 pins

Pic: Indian Express
Pic: Indian Express

How strange is this? Abdul Karim Tunda was part of an Indian dossier to Pakistan and his name figured as the 20 most wanted terrorists.

When he was arrested and taken by the Delhi police there were some 33 odd cases slapped against him.
The Delhi police went ahead and slapped charges under the explosive substances act against him. Prior to this there were charges under TADA too slapped against him.

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Is the case against JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar over? Delhi cops say no

New Delhi, March 1: The Delhi police had a tough day at the High Court where it opposed the bail plea of JNU student leader Kanaihya Kumar. Among one of the surprising submissions that the Delhi police made was that it was not relying on the video tape, which allegedly showed Kumar raising anti-national slogans.

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JNU row: Police unlikely to seek police custody of Kanhaiya Kumar

kanaihya kumarNew Delhi, Feb 26: The Delhi police is unlikely to seek the further remand of JNU student leader Kanaihya Kumar who was arrested on sedition charges.
Kumar was remanded in police custody for a day following a plea by the Delhi police that they needed his custodial interrogation.

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