After the Mumbai exposure, NCB sets its eye on drug trouble in Delhi

New Delhi, Oct 16: After Mumbai, Delhi will be on the radar of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). Recent raids and the investigations by the NCB have shown that in a majority of the cases, the drugs have been Mumbai borne.

The drug angle has been probed extensively, following the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Several top actors have been summoned by the NCB for questioning and the agency netted at least 20 people in connection with this case.

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Delhi scribe allegedly passed information to Chinese intel: Chinese lady, Nepalese associated arrest

New Delhi, Sep 19: Delhi journalist Rajeev Sharma who was arrested by the Delhi Police was allegedly passing on sensitive information to the Chinese intelligence.

The Special Cell has also arrested one Chinese lady and her Nepalese associate for paying large amounts of money. The money was routed through shell companies, the police have also learnt. 

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To strike in Delhi, ISIS operative stocked up 19 dangerous items

explosivesNew Delhi, Aug 23: The police have recovered 19 items from the ISIS operative who was arrested on Saturday by the Special Cell of the Delhi police.

From an ISIS flag to materials meant to make explosives were recovered from the house of Abdul Yusuf Khan alias Abu Yusuf, He is a resident of Balrampur in Uttar Pradesh.

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ISIS operative concealed IED in pressure cooker, planned lone wolf attack in Delhi

abu-yousuf-delhi-policeNew Delhi, Aug 22: The suspected ISIS operative arrested by the Delhi Police had planned on carry out a lone wolf attack.

He had conducted a reconnaissance of several places in and around the National Capital.

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Over 2,000 nationals attended Tablighi Jamaat congregation in Delhi

nizamuddin-2New Delhi, Apr 16: The Tablighi Jamaat came under the scanner after those who attended the congregation in Delhi spread the virus to several others. The agencies have and continue to track several members of the Jamaat who attended the congregation.

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Delhi govt now classifies Tablighi Jamaat cases as Special Operations

nizamuddinNew Delhi, Apr 12: The Delhi government has re-classified the Tablighi Jamaat related coronavirus cases. While, these cases were initially referred to as Markaz Masjid cases, it would now be called as Special Operation cases.

These cases account for 712 of the total 1,069 cases that were reported until Saturday. Out of the 166 cases that tested positive on Saturday, 128 were related to the Tablighi Jamaat congregation that was held last month at Nizamuddin.

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Tablighi Jamaat members hid in 16 different Mosques in Delhi

nizamuddin1New Delhi, Apr 04: The security agencies had a Herculean task ahead of them to hunt down those who attended the Tablighi Jamaat convention in Delhi last month. At least 60 per cent of the coronavirus cases in the country are being attributed to the congregation.

The first big task was to evacuate the Jamaat headquarters, where there were around 2,300 people. It was at this time that the agencies learnt that several foreigners had gone missing and it was later found that most of them were staying in different Mosques across the city.

Tablighi Jamaat: The core of the Islamic ecosystem and the danger it poses

nizamuddin-2New Delhi, Apr 01: Back in 2016, the National Investigation filed a chargesheet in connection with an Islamic State related case. In its chargesheet, the NIA speaks about the role played by both the Tablighi Jamaat and the Jamaat-e-Islami.

The Tablighi is currently in the news after over 2,000 tested positive for coronavirus from among the 4,000 who had gathered at the Markaz Nizamuddin in Delhi.

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What is the Tablighi Jamaat and how does it function

nizamuddin1New Delhi, Apr 01: The Tablighi Jamaat is in the news after over 2,000 tested positive for coronavirus from among the 4,000 who had gathered at the Markaz Nizamuddin in Delhi. The Tablighi Jamaat is a society for spreading the faith.

It is a Sunni Islamic missionary movement and aims to reach out to Muslims in matters of ritual, dress and personal behaviour.

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Cannot afford to fail, it is now or never situation: LT. Governor tells Kejriwal

delhi-cmNew Delhi, Mar 31: The inability to ensure a lockdown in Delhi could lead to widespread infection and loss of lives, Lt. Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal said in a letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.