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Julio Ribeiro's column on church attacks triggers online debate

' I am not an Indian anymore, at least in the eyes of the proponents of the Hindu Rashtra.'

Patil bends,says govt will rethink police transfers

In the face of mounting pressure from the police establishment upset at excessive political interference in its affairs,Home Minister R R Patil on Friday said he would go to the cabinet for a “permanent solution” that would restore the power to transfer police officers to the Director General of Police.


The service motive

After 60 years,what distinguishes the first batch of IPS officers from those of today are the values they cherished

Riot cases fall across country but Maharashtra bucks the trend

Cases of rioting are generally filed when more than five people are involved in disrupting peace.

‘Police force can’t be run from Mantralaya’

At an Idea Exchange,former Mumbai police commissioner Julio Ribeiro and former director general of police Arvind Inamdar share their views on Transfer Act and disagree with the Home department’s move to take away powers on transfers and promotions in the force from the DGP.

Assault on cop: Ex-police chief seeks High Court intervention

FORMER Mumbai Police Commissioner Julio Ribeiro has filed a public interest litigation in Bombay High Court seeking its intervention in the case of assault on assistant police inspector Sachin Suryavanshi by a group of MLAs inside Vidhan Bhavan in March.


A police force of his own

Maharashtra Home Minister R.R. Patil is appropriating more and more powers to run the police by administrative fiat

Worry and anger in Mumbai police after R R Patil snatches right to promote

Last year,Home took the right to transfer,officials see political interference.

Two of three cops suspended in past 5 yrs reinstated

Two in every three policemen suspended by the Mumbai Police between 2006 and 2011 have been reinstated.

Ribeiro slams police for ignoring Mohalla panels

Former police commissioner Julio Ribeiro criticised the police for ignoring Mohalla committees,saying such committees were the eyes and ears of the police and would provide vital intelligence reports to them.

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Exclusive: Arvind Kejriwal at Express Adda

National Convener of the Aam Aadmi Party, Arvind Kejriwal spoke at the Express Adda on Friday evening, (November 14).