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The Delhi Police (DP) is the law enforcement agency for the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). In 2015, sanctioned strength of DP was 84,536 making it one of the largest metropolitan police forces in the world. About 25% of Delhi Police strength is earmarked for VVIP security. Delhi Police comes under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India not the Government of Delhi. The headquarters are located at Indraprashta Estate, New Delhi.

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Delhi Police should remain calm while dealing with miscreants: Amit Shah

Union Minister of Home Affairs Amit Shah on Sunday suggested the Delhi Police to remain calm while dealing with those disrupting law and order.
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Sanjeev Chawla invokes govt's vow to UK, sent to Tihar jail

The Delhi high court stepped in on Friday to cancel the police custody of alleged bookie Sanjeev Chawla, recently extradited from the UK, taking note of his claim that Indian government had assured its..
IndiaTimes - Published

Roads at Shaheen Bagh, Chand Bagh blocked by protesters: Home ministry

Anti-CAA protests started at Shaheen Bagh on that day. Also, a service road in Chand Bagh, near Bhajanpura, in the Northeast Delhi has been blocked by protesters since January 18, 2020, he said...
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Top News of the Day | Feb 10, 2020: Jamia protesters clash with police, 'Parasite' creates history at Oscars 2020 & more

In top news of the day on Monday, February 10, 2020, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) university students and residents of Jamia Nagar on Monday got into a scuffle with the Delhi Police near the Holy Family..
DNA - Published

Anti-CAA protesters clash with Delhi Police after march from Jamia to Parliament halted

Police said the protesters did not have permission to march towards Parliament.
DNA - Published

Delhi Police officer who shared Shaheen Bagh shooter's AAP links barred from poll duty

Delhi Police DCP Rajesh Deo told reporters on Tuesday that Kapil Baisala, who had opened fire at Shaheen Bagh on Saturday, was an AAP member.
DNA - Published

Shaheen Bagh shooter Kapil Gujjar not linked to AAP, reveals family of accused

The Delhi Police had on Tuesday said it has found a link between the Shaheen Bagh shooter and AAP.
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Kejriwal accuses BJP of 'using' Delhi police, calls for strict punishment on Shaheen Bagh shooter if he has AAP links

Delhi Police on Tuesday said it has found a link between the Kapil Baisala, arrested for firing near the anti-CAA protest site in Shaheen Bagh area, and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) as the alleged shooter..
DNA - Published

Nirbhaya case: Delhi HC to decide on hanging plea today

After a trial court postponed indefinitely the execution of the accused in the Nirbhaya rape case, the Centre and Delhi Police had challenged it. The trial court on January 7, had issued black warrants..
IndiaTimes - Published

Political war erupts over Shaheen Bagh shooter's 'AAP link'; family denies Delhi Police claim

A war of words broke out between the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday after the Delhi Police said that the man who fired shots in Shaheen Bagh is a member of the Arvind Kejriwal-led party even as..
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Shaheen Bagh shooter joined AAP in 2019: Delhi Police


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Jamia violence: Court asks Centre, Delhi govt to file counter affidavit

Notices were issued on December 19 to the Centre, Delhi government and Delhi Police to file affidavit today (February 4).
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Jamia Shooting: 'Culprit will not be spared,' says Home Minister Amit Shah

The Home Minister also added that he has spoken to the Commissioner of Delhi Police regarding the incident and instructed the cops to take 'drastic action'.
DNA - Published

Detained by Delhi Police from Rajghat: D Raja


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Delhi court sends JNU student Sharjeel Imam to 5-day police custody

A Delhi court on Wednesday sent JNU student Sharjeel Imam, arrested in a sedition case, to five-day custody under Delhi Police Crime Branch. He was arrested by the Delhi Police's Crime Branch from..
IndiaTimes - Published

Top News of the Day | Jan 28, 2020: Centre launches helpline for coronavirus, Sharjeel Imam arrested from Bihar and more

In top news of the day on Tuesday, January 28, 2020, the novel coronavirus scare continues to spread as India launches a 24*7 helpline. Anti-CAA activist Sharjeel Imam was also arrested today by the..
DNA - Published

JNU student Sharjeel Imam arrested by Delhi Police from Bihar


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Police carry out raids in Bihar to nab JNU’s Sharjeel

Former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student Sharjeel Imam has been booked for delivering inflammatory speeches in opposition to Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register for Citizens..
IndiaTimes - Published

After UP and Assam, Delhi Police registers case against Sharjeel Imam for 'inflammatory speech'

In a speech delivered on the AMU campus on January 16, Imam reportedly said that Assam should be cut off from the rest of India.
DNA - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Republic Day 2020: Multi-layered security cover deployed at Rajpath

The security arrangement has been done in layers, with the first three layers of the security being handled by the Delhi Police, under the direct supervision of the two additional Deputy Commissioners..
DNA - Published

Delhi Police files FIR against BJP leader Kapil Mishra for 'India vs Pak' tweet

On January 23, Mishra had tweeted, "India and Pakistan would fight on the streets of Delhi on February 8."
DNA - Published

Security beefed up ahead of Republic Day celebrations; Delhi Police, paramilitary task forces to monitor

The security arrangement has been done in layers, with the first three layers of the security being handled by the Delhi Police
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Delhi police summons Congress MLA Asif Mohammed, two others in connection with Jamia violence

All three have been summoned to join the probe at 11 am on Friday.
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What a suspected terrorist arrested by Delhi Police in 2005 had revealed about Davinder Singh

According to intelligence sources, one of the seven suspected terrorists arrested by Delhi Police in 2005 carried a letter signed by Singh.
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Congress govt showed no interest in nailing 1984 rioters: Panel

The Supreme Court-appointed Justice S N Dhingra Commitee has slammed the then Union government and Delhi Police for showing utter lack of interest in booking 1984 anti-Sikh rioters for murder, arson..
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Jamia V-C meets MHRD secretary, seeks inquiry into December 15 police action on students

Clashes had erupted between the Delhi Police and Jamia students last month after a protest outside the university campus against the newly-amended Citizenship law turned violent.
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JNU violence: Suspects Akshat Awasthi, Rohit Shah, and Komal Sharma are absconding, confirms Delhi Police

Earlier in the day, the Delhi High Court had directed the JNU administration to provide CCTV footage to the police as soon as possible.
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Is Jama Masjid in Pakistan that protests cannot happen there? Delhi Court asks police on Bhim Army Chief's bail plea

Delhi's Tis Hazari Court on Tuesday came down heavily on the Delhi Police over the arrest of Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad.
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CAA protests: People on streets as things to be said inside Parliament were not said, says court

A court slammed Delhi Police on Tuesday for failing to show any evidence against Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad, observing that people are out on the streets because things which should have been..
IndiaTimes - Published

Delhi Police to question two suspects in JNU violence case


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Delhi HC seeks response of police, WhatsApp, Google on plea to preserve data of JNU violence

The Delhi HC on Monday sought response of the city police, Delhi government, WhatsApp Inc, Google Inc and Apple Inc on a plea of three JNU professors to preserve data, CCTV footage and other evidence..
IndiaTimes - Published

Parliamentary panel to meet home ministry, Delhi Police officials to take stock of crime in Delhi

Senior union home ministry and Delhi Police officials will appear before the parliamentary standing committee on home affairs on Monday to discuss rising crimes in Delhi. The committee, is likely to..
IndiaTimes - Published

Delhi Police identifies masked girl in JNU violence video, to be served notice soon

The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Delhi Police, who is probing the January 5 violence at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), has identified a masked girl from one of the videos. The girl..
DNA - Published

SIT identifies 7 more people involved in JNU violence

The Special Investigation Team (SIT) has identified seven more people who are allegedly involved in the violence that erupted in the JNU on January 5, said Delhi Police sources. The accused have been..
IndiaTimes - Published

JNU violence: Delhi Police to begin inquiry of suspects, notice served to nine students

The inquiry will take place at the SIT office of the Delhi Police's Crime Branch at Kamla Nagar on January 13
DNA - Published

Left parties created atmosphere of violence at JNU: Yogi Adityanath

Referring to the recent violence at the JNU campus, Adityanath said, "Leftist groups created an atmosphere of violence by resorting to lies, but Delhi Police has unearthed the conspiracy they had..
IndiaTimes - Published

Delhi Police identifies 37 persons from 60-member WhatsApp group 'Unity Against Left'; NCP demands ABVP be banned

Cops plan to begin the interrogation of the suspects soon, DCP (Crime) Dr Joy Tirke had said on Friday.
DNA - Published

Huge terror strike across Delhi-NCR in the works? UP's Anti-Terrorism Squad to interrogate suspects

The suspects are currently being held under remand by a special cell of the Delhi Police.
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Delhi Police point finger at mostly Left groups at JNU

SIT formed to probe the case disclosed the names of nine people who they claimed had indulged in violence on the campus - seven are from Left groups and two from ABVP. The names of the Left groups were..
IndiaTimes - Published

Delhi Police releases image of suspects for violence in JNU campus; JNUSU's Aishe Ghosh, others named

An investigation is currently being conducted to look into the matter.
DNA - Published

Delhi High Court rejects plea seeking relocation of Shaheen Bagh protests, removal of police barricades

The Delhi Police has been issuing traffic advisories to notify of the traffic congestion in the area.
DNA - Published

3 more complaints received by Delhi Police in connection with JNU violence

Three more complaints have been received by Delhi police related to violence that took place at the Jawaharlal Nehru University's campus on January 5, taking a number of total complaints to 14. "Three..
IndiaTimes - Published

Delhi Police arrests three suspects linked with ISIS-inspired module

The said persons were arrested by Delhi Police after several rounds of firing in Wazirabad area.
DNA - Published

Three terrorists arrested by Delhi Police

Three ISIS terrorists were arrested by the special cell of Delhi Police after a brief encounter on Wednesday, highly placed sources told IANS on Thursday.
IndiaTimes - Published

Cops zero in on 3 masked JNU attackers, probe insiders' role

Delhi Police may soon make a breakthrough in the JNU violence case as the crime branch is learnt to have received information about three suspects who were seen wielding sticks on students. While..
IndiaTimes - Published

Delhi Police identify masked attackers, on verge of cracking JNU case

Delhi Police may have worked out the identity of some of the masked attackers who were seen indulging in violence on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus on Sunday, according to government sources...
IndiaTimes - Published

JNU violence: Delhi Police get vital clues on masked attackers, may crack case soon

Delhi Police may have worked out the identity of some of the masked attackers who were seen indulging in violence on JNU campus on Sunday, according to government sources. The vital clues are expected..
IndiaTimes - Published

Delhi Police identifies some masked goons who attacked JNU students: Report

At least two dozen students, including JNU Students' Union president Aishe Ghosh, sustained injuries in the violence on Sunday.
DNA - Published

JNU violence: Scant CCTV footage, no one detained & little headway

Two days after the mayhem at JNU, Delhi Police has made little headway in investigations. No one has been detained for questioning, or arrested, despite multiple mobile clips and WhatsApp group..
IndiaTimes - Published

JNU violence: Delhi Police forms fact finding committee under Joint Commissioner of Police

The committee is trying to solve the case soon, said Delhi Police PRO MS Randhawa
DNA - Published

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