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1984 <strong>riots</strong>: Court to consider closure report on 22 April

1984 riots: Court to consider closure report on 22 April

27 Mar 2015

New Delhi:  A Delhi court today fixed April 22 for hearing CBI's closure report in a case against Congress leader Jagdish Tytler in connection with the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

1984 riots,   anti-Sikh riots,  Badal Singh,   Jagdish Tytler,   CBI,  
Rio Mobile, Snapdeal join hands for upcoming Android smartphones in India

Rio Mobile, Snapdeal join hands for upcoming Android smartphones in India

27 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Rio mobiles and an e-commerce portal Snapdeal have joined hands on Thursday to launch three budget range smartphones which come under an extremely affordable price range of Rs 3999 to Rs 4999 in India.

Rio London,   Rio Paris,   Rio New York Rio mobiles,   snapdeal,   Rio smartphones,   Rio mobiles India,   Rio mobiles snapdeal,  
Several injured as <strong>police</strong> lathicharge ABVP protesters

Several injured as police lathicharge ABVP protesters

26 Mar 2015

Patna: Police fired several rounds in air and lathicharged protesting ABVP workers who tried to reach state Assembly to protest deterioration in education system in the state.

ABVP,   BJP,   BJP youth wing,   ABVP workers,   Upendra Kumar Sinha,   police lathicharge ABVP protesters,  
Ranaghat nun gang-rape: Suspect held in Mumbai by WB <strong>police</strong>

Ranaghat nun gang-rape: Suspect held in Mumbai by WB police

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The  Criminal Investigation Department (CID) on Thursday made its first arrest in infamous West Bengal nun gangrape case in which an elderly nun was allegedly gangraped at a convent school in Ranaghat.

WB nun gangrape case,   CBI,   Sikandar Shaikh,   Central Bureau of Investigation,   Ranaghat,  
Delhi <strong>Police</strong> arrest gangster Ejaz Lakdawala aide Mohammed Yusuf

Delhi Police arrest gangster Ejaz Lakdawala aide Mohammed Yusuf

25 Mar 2015

New Delhi: An accomplice of fugitive gangster Ejaz Lakdawala, who was earlier associated with Dawood Ibrahim's D Company, has been arrested by Delhi Police on Tuesday.

Delhi Police,   gangster Ejaz Lakdawala aide,   Mohammed Yusuf,   Dawood Ibrahim D Company,   Miyan,   Indian Mujahideen terrorist,  
Delhi <strong>police</strong> receives report on contents of Sunanda's mobiles

Delhi police receives report on contents of Sunanda's mobiles

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Delhi Police has received a report from Gandhinagar-based Directorate of Forensic Science (DFS) which was tasked to check the contents of Sunanda Pushkar's laptops and mobile phones and it is being analysed in detail to see if anything was deleted from the gadgets to destroy evidence.

Delhi Police,   Sunanda Pushkar,   Shahshi Tharoor,   Sunanda mobiles,   DFS,   Sunanda Pushkar death case,  
Six endeavours of Delhi <strong>Police</strong> to keep women safe

Six endeavours of Delhi Police to keep women safe

23 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Delhi Police is making all out efforts to ensure women safety in the national capital where according to a report, one woman is abducted in every two hours. Another police report says, in 2014 Delhi has witnessed 18.3 percent increase in crime against women as compared to 2013. Also, 2014 saw a significant 31.6 percent rise in the number of rape cases.

Delhi Police,   women safety in Delhi,   women safety app,   Himmat app,   Delhi rape case,   Delhi police women helpline,   Delhi women helpline,  
AAP leader held under 66A hails court ruling

AAP leader held under 66A hails court ruling

24 Mar 2015

Chennai: "Technically I am a free man now. I am very happy," said AAP leader R. Ravi Srinivasan of Puducherry after the Supreme Court struck down section 66A of the IT Act on Tuesday.

AAP leader,   66A Act,   R Ravi Srinivasan,   Supreme Court,   IT Act,   Puducherry Police,  
Eight charged for <strong>killing</strong> "atheist" blogger in Bangladesh

Eight charged for killing "atheist" blogger in Bangladesh

18 Mar 2015

Dhaka: Seven university students and chief of a banned Islamist group were on Wednesday charged by a Bangladeshi court for the murder of an "atheist" blogger here in 2013.

Bangladesh blogger death,   Avijit Roy death,   Islamist group,   Ahmed Rajib Haider,  
'Haider' to screen at  <strong>London</strong>

'Haider' to screen at London

16 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood director Vishal Bhardwaj's 'Haider', an adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy 'Hamlet', will have its screening at the 17th London Asian Film Festival (LAFF).

Haider,   17th London Asian Film Festival,   Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain,   Bhopal gas tragedy,   Vishal Bhardwaj,  

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