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Cyber, economic offences are new era s crime, Delhi Police working to bring it under control: SN Shrivastava

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Cyber, economic offences are new era s crime, Delhi Police working to bring it under control: SN Shrivastava

Cyber, economic offences are new era s crime, Delhi Police working to bring it under control: SN Shrivastava

Delhi Commissioner of Police SN Shrivastava on January 19 said that cyber and economic offences are new era's crime and the national capital's police are working effectively to bring it under control.

"To receive support from cyber and forensic experts, we will sign MoU with Gandhinagar's National Forensic Sciences University today," he said.


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