The video is from the evening of December 15, 2019, when Delhi Police and the paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) entered the campus, ostensibly in pursuit of miscreants who had allegedly set buses on fire in the vicinity of the university. Some of the men seen attacking the students in the video have their faces covered with handkerchieves.
The bright side for Indian Railways is that it doesn't have to suffer the losses associated with running these trains thanks to under-recovery of cost due to low fares and its own hefty overheads. The lease on its coaches is also taken care of.
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Delhi Police, who had initially denied having ever entered the library, on Sunday said they were “verifying” the video, and that it appeared to have been “edited”.
The 27-year-old woman had joined the clinic in 2015. Soon after, the doctor started to sexually harass and stalk her, the police said. Later, the woman left her job.
"I approached the Indian postal service at first, but I was told that they no longer transport books as parcels. They go through a private courier service, and the cost was quite high, so I decided to use a courier service myself," said Daud Haider.
"Through Mann Mela, we aim to highlight that mental health is one of our most important human assets and helps us navigate the world around us,” said Pattie Gonsalves, who leads the project.
Azad was arrested by a joint team of Chandigarh and Ghaziabad police. The police said, Azad was known to the victim’s mother and had kidnapped the four-year-old to blackmail her to come to his place at Ghaziabad.
A fence will run parallel to the wall, the columns of which stand higher than the wall as per the earlier design, on the side of the road where the AMC plans to plant trees. Majority of the dwellers this paper spoke to were concerned — “where would we go”.
A group of men, who were drunk, attacked the police, including a sub-inspector, with sticks, suspecting that they were taking the side of the rival group, said police.
At least four police personnel were injured in the clashes, as they alleged protesters indulged in stone-pelting, whereas the latter rebutted with allegations of injuries to the protesters during police lathi charge.
A traffic constable Chandrasekhar Goud, who was controlling the traffic on the bridge while assisting the rescue operation, too fell off the bridge while the car was being salvaged.
The protest, which has received celebrated visitors like actor Naseeruddin Shah, historian Ramachandra Guha, Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani and others on Sunday entered its ninth day.
The video was also shared by the media network along with a caption that read, "When you’re a weatherman ❄️ in #Kurdistan Region, expect the unexpected!"
Bihar Board 10th exam: A total of 15.29 lakh students registered for the matriculation, class 10 examination, with 7,74,415 students for the first shift, and 7,54,978 students in second shift