Anand Mohan J

Articles By Anand Mohan J

JNU sedition chargesheet: Police relying on footage from 6 phones, including 3 from ABVP members and cop

Police have, in their chargesheet, also cited raw footage collected by Zee News and a debate aired on the TV, channel to build their case against the accused in the sedition case.

21-year-old held for threat email to CM Kejriwal believes he’s mentally ill

This is not the first time that the Delhi CM has been targeted. Last year, a man allegedly threw chilli power at Kejriwal inside the Delhi Secretariat.

Delhi Police claim emails show ‘seditious’ event was being planned

2016 JNU event: Lawyer says sedition section used to target dissenting views

In Delhi hospital, parents keep vigil as deep sleep can mean death for their 6-month-old

“In more than two decades, I have come across just three such cases. This is a very rare syndrome present from birth where the patient fails to automatically breathe," the doctor said. Baby's parents say they cannot afford the surgery, which is estimated to cost Rs 38 lakh.

Delhi: One dead as school bus hits NDMC gardeners on cycle

The victims were employed as gardeners and were posted with the New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) enquiry office.

Rs 500-crore cryptocurrency racket: Fourth accused arrested from Delhi

As per police, the accused inflated the cost of their cryptocurrency to shore up investments. When the price of the cryptocurrency fell, the investors were allegedly unable to redeem the currency.

Delhi building collapse: Untrained, ill-equipped, the first responders put own safety on line

Untrained in rescue efforts, residents relied on their instincts as they used phone flashlights to navigate.

Delhi: Another collapse, another red flag ignored

As per the notice, the unit should have stopped functioning within 48 hours. It did not.

Delhi building collapse: ‘Breathed through gaps in the rubble, screamed for help’

Policemen struggled to contain the crowd at Acharya Bhikshu Hospital which comprised family members of the dead.

New Forensic Science technology uses voice to detect lies

Senior FSL officials have been waiting for a year to procure the LVA programme, and started incorporating it in their work from Wednesday.

Delhi: Despite HC order, no policy on celebratory firing

The Delhi Police licensing unit had, at the time, submitted an affidavit in court that “there are already adequate legal provisions that exist to regulate any such incident”.

Delhi: Hit by stray bullet, 8-year-old dies at New Year celebration, another injured

The boy was taken to a local hospital before he was shifted to GTB Hospital, where nurses found the bullet wound. Thakur said that a 23-year-old man, Sakib, was arrested in the case.

Three year old found dead: Police told us to look for her, filed complaint 9 hours later, says family

Police have detained several people, with investigators claiming that one of them has been found with occult literature in his possession and that he may have killed the girl.

Fewer applications, approvals for arms licences this year

Data from the last three years also shows that the number of people applying to the Delhi Police licensing unit for an arms licence decreased from 2,294 in 2016 to 1,880 in 2017 and 1,260 till November 18 this year.

Delhi: One dead in fire at helmet-making unit, FIR against cop’s wife, son

Police said the employees slept inside the unit after working hours. They fixed helmet parts and were paid Rs 6 per piece.

Four held for duping Delhi University professor

“The accused were traced with the help of their phones. They had given post-dated cheques to the complainant, which could not be encashed... The complaint also mentions the names of other accused persons, who are yet to be arrested,” said a police officer.

CCRT officials aware that money was siphoned: Cops

The CCRT, an autonomous body under the Ministry of Culture, is a training institution working to integrate education with culture. The scholarship scheme, which runs on the national level, provides Rs 12,600 per month to children in various artistic fields.

In district of Dec 16 gangrape, dip in crimes against women, convictions dismally low

In 2016, 197 rape cases were filed and 218 arrests were made; in 2017, 175 cases were filed and 197 arrests were made; and till October 30 this year, 111 cases were filed and 109 arrests were made.

Delhi: To crack case, Shahdara cyber cell men don cattle trader role

They had to pick up new skills — from faking an accent to impersonating cattle traders — to arrest three persons from Devaras village in UP’s Mathura district.

Delhi: Gang rivalry enters home, gangster’s partner shot dead

Kamlesh was shot six times in the head, chest and hands after the armed men entered her home on finding the door open.

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