Anand Mohan J

Articles By Anand Mohan J

Sexual harassment allegation against CJI Gogoi: In cheating case, police move to cancel woman’s bail, matter listed for April 24

The woman, in a sworn affidavit, has alleged that after she was allegedly sexually harassed on two occasions, the “consequent victimisation of her and her family” started.

Sexual harassment allegation against CJI Gogoi: In affidavit, complainant alleges husband, brother-in-law faced brunt

The former Supreme Court staffer has also claimed that a “false and frivolous” case of cheating was registered against her on March 3, 2019 at Tilak Marg police station.

Delhi: In scuffle with snatcher, man falls off train, dies

According to police, Roshan Kumar fell on the tracks and his right leg was severed.

Must help inmates languishing in jails, says Delhi HC Chief Justice

Addressing a gathering at the NDMC convention centre, he also spoke about prisons in other states, saying their conditions were “precarious” and “Article 21 does not exist in the premises of these jails”.

Delhi traders threaten to boycott LS polls

The drive was carried out on the directions of the National Green Tribunal (NGT). Between 9 am and 3 pm on Saturday, 12 of the 312 units in the area, which has a sizeable Sikh population, were sealed.

Delhi teen ‘shot dead by friend’ while making TikTok video

The incident took place at Barakhamba Road and police said the victim, Salman, was with three friends, who have been arrested, at the time.

Over two years on, wrestler’s escapade with minor boy ends in his arrest

While the 22-year-old wrestler was arrested on April 5 and charged with kidnapping, the 14-year-old was taken back to his family — though he told police he had left of his own free will, officers said.

Why ‘Chinese manjha’ is hard to curb in Delhi: 19-year-old’s death by kite string a reminder of gaps in enforcement

In 2016, the Delhi government had moved a notification banning glass coated manjha (kite string), popularly known as Chinese manjha, and in 2017, the National Green Tribunal ordered a total ban on manjha made of nylon or any synthetic material.

Man who ran Delhi clinic without licence held as woman dies after surgery

Kumar said his wife Neelam was suffering from a kidney stone and after a series of medical examinations, he was asked to get her operated upon. After finding out the operation in a private hospital would cost around Rs 2 lakh, he looked for alternatives.

At Delhi’s best police station: A workaholic SHO and officers who listen

Established in 1961, it is the oldest in the city after Sadar Bazar police station. And while it’s not the cleanest or most modern, the MHA does believe it’s the most efficient.

Delhi: Teacher booked for stealing from students

The teacher is accused of stealing Class XI and XII books from at least five students in 2017, and stealing money and other items.

Delhi: Worker gets caught in bottle crusher, dies

Police said machine parts were uncased in the unit and added that the labourers, who were untrained to operate the machinery, were made to work without any protective gear like gloves, boots or face masks.

Delhi: Police pose as gangsters, pull April Fool prank to catch man who uprooted ATMs

Tired of being taken for a ride, the Special Staff of Dwarka Police, headed by inspector Naveen Malik, posed as members of a gang from Mewat, and carried out an operation they called ‘April Fool’.

Delhi DTC driver killed: Education may take a hit for kids

The incident took place in New Usmanpur on Sunday.

Delhi: Grocery shopping with son, DTC driver gunned down

Police claimed the victim, Hakmuddin, could have been killed over a longstanding rivalry with another family.

Delhi: Temple priest duped on pretext of job in Army

As per Shukla’s complaint, he met the accused, Krishna Kumar Pathak, in 2012. Shukla told Pathak of his poor financial state.

Delhi: Hit and dragged by truck, boy dies in hospital

The boy was crossing the road near his house in Khwaja Mir Dard Colony, Kamla Market, to fetch a cricket ball when the accident took place.

Strength now at 17: Retirement on horizon for 5 horses, police’s mounted unit at record low

Himmat is among five stallions whose retirement applications have been moved forward recently — a development that will bring down the strength of the Delhi Police mounted unit to a historic low of 17 horses, against a sanctioned strength of 95.

After HC intervention, Delhi set to get first narco test facility

The bench gave 45 days to the PWD to make space and install the system.

Two children dead in blaze at Jamia Nagar residence

The Delhi Fire Services deputed six water tenders from three fire stations, but the operation was impeded by heavy traffic and several people blocking their way.

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