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New Delhi, December 6 (IANS): Former Delhi Police Co-Commissioner Suvashis Choudhary, who was allegedly charged Rs 300 for a parking ticket in South Delhi, raised the issue with Delhi traffic police on Monday, but did not got only a superficial response to his complaint – initially.

The former cop had tweeted: “The #HauzKhasVillage parking lot steals people. It charges Rs 300 / car. He also refused to give the receipt. It’s public land and they can’t fool citizens. DCP Southwest and Delhi traffic police should send decoys – if found to be correct, they should request cancellation of their license by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation. ”

To this, the traffic police requested the former senior police official to contact the Delhi Police Control Room at 112 or “relevant police station in this regard.”

The “inappropriate response” went viral on social media, after which they deleted it. After more than three hours, the traffic police again responded to Choudhary’s complaint, but this time were more courteous than before.

“Thank you, your complaint is being passed on to the senior officers,” the second response read.

The South West Police Deputy Commissioner, Gaurav Sharma, has also, from his official Twitter account, ensured a follow-up to the complaint.

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Extortion case: Mumbai police file indictment against Param Bir and others https://themangaloretimes.com/extortion-case-mumbai-police-file-indictment-against-param-bir-and-others/ Sat, 04 Dec 2021 14:56:00 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/extortion-case-mumbai-police-file-indictment-against-param-bir-and-others/

Mumbai, December 4 (IANS): Mumbai Police on Saturday filed a voluminous indictment against the suspended DGP Param Bir Singh and three others in an extortion case filed by a businessman at the Additional Metropolitan Magistrates’ Court, officials said here.

This is the first indictment filed against Singh – a former Mumbai police commissioner who was suspended on December 2 – in the five FIRs filed against him in Mumbai and Thane.

The indictment, along with the evidence and recorded testimony from witnesses, also names sacked cop Sachin Vaze, currently in custody, and two others in the extortion case filed by hotelier Bimal Agarwal.

The other two defendants named are Alpesh Patel and Sumit Singh, who are currently on bail, while police have yet to press charges against two other defendants, Vinay Singh and Riyaz Bhati.

Singh, the commander-in-chief of Maharashtra state guards, who was “nowhere to be found” for nearly six months until he resurfaced in Mumbai 10 days ago, had recorded his statement in the case, which was registered by Goregaon police on August 25 and later transferred to the Crime Branch.

According to Agarwal’s complaint, Singh, Vaze and the others threatened to file false cases against him and extorted nearly 12 lakh of Rs between January 2020 and March 2021. The Crime Directorate is currently investigating the case.

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Mangalore University Expected to Start Classes for PG Students by Mid-December | Mangaluru News https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-expected-to-start-classes-for-pg-students-by-mid-december-mangaluru-news/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 22:30:00 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/mangalore-university-expected-to-start-classes-for-pg-students-by-mid-december-mangaluru-news/ Mangaluru: The University of Mangalore will likely start first-year post-graduation courses in mid-December.
The academic year was reportedly delayed due to the late announcement of the sixth semester results. The results, which were due to be released by the second week of November, were delayed due to a glitch in the exam software and other reasons.
As a result of the delay, MU has repeatedly extended the deadline for submitting completed applications for all PG programs / PG diplomas / certificates offered on its campus and other campuses in its jurisdiction (currently, it is extended to ‘to December 9).
“With the sixth semester results announced a few days ago, we now plan to proceed as planned. There will be no further extensions and the academic year is expected to start in mid-December. A meeting on Saturday will decide this, ”said MU Registrar Kishore Kumar C K.
Sources at MU added that the university cannot start PG classes until local students are admitted to the classes. Candidates from other universities have already applied for the courses since their results were announced a few months ago. It was only delayed at MU, putting students’ academic / career plans in a fix.
“We have about 30-40% of PG admissions from applicants studied at MU and the rest of other universities. The results of the last semester of the UG came out a few days ago. MU will not delay the start of the academic year any further, ”MU Vice-Chancellor PS Yadapadithaya said.
According to the academic calendar of events, all PG courses under MU started in August. However, the pandemic affected the schedule.
“It is high time MU maintained its academic calendar without disturbing students. The PG courses, which were scheduled to start on November 18, have been repeatedly postponed. Students who want to find a job or other universities are the beneficiaries, ”lamented a senior professor. Source link

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Punjab police recover Tiffin bomb, four hand grenades https://themangaloretimes.com/punjab-police-recover-tiffin-bomb-four-hand-grenades/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 12:07:02 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/punjab-police-recover-tiffin-bomb-four-hand-grenades/

Chandigarh, December 3 (IANS): Punjabi police on Friday recovered four hand grenades and a tiffin bomb hidden in a bag from the village of Salempur Araiyan in the district of Gurdaspur, near the Indo-Pakistan border.

Sharing the details, Punjab’s Director General of Police (DGP) Iqbal Preet Singh Sahota said that given the recent recoveries of RDX, hand grenades and pistols in the border district, a strong barricade was carried out. .

He said that during a check near the village of Salempur Araiyan, police found a bag in the bushes by the side of the road. During the check, four hand grenades and a tiffin bomb concealed inside were recovered.

Bomb disposal teams have defused the explosive material, he added.

The DGP said that on the instructions of Deputy Chief Minister Sukjhinder Singh Randhawa, the police, especially the border district police forces, are on high alert and nighttime domination operations are carried out on a daily basis.

Several ADGP rank officers have been delegated to oversee night-time domination operations in border districts, he said.

Earlier this week, police in Gurdaspur recovered 0.9kg of RDX and two hand grenades after Sukhwinder Singh, aka Sonu, disclosed of Lopoke to Amritsar.

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Mangaluru: groups of students clash, throw stones at police – Two cases filed, nine arrested https://themangaloretimes.com/mangaluru-groups-of-students-clash-throw-stones-at-police-two-cases-filed-nine-arrested/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 03:07:57 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/mangaluru-groups-of-students-clash-throw-stones-at-police-two-cases-filed-nine-arrested/

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, December 3: Two groups of students, residing in the hostel of a university college in the city, clashed in the Gujjarakere district of the city. Certain personal problems would be at the origin of the explosion.

According to the details, the plaintiff Adarsh ​​Premkumar (21) is a 3rd year Bachelor of Science (Hospitality) student at one of the city’s colleges. He is a resident of Kollam in Kerala. He resides in an apartment at Light House Hill Road in the city. Adarsh ​​was speaking with his friend Abhirami around 7 p.m. on December 2, when Sinan and eight other students from the same college attacked him with interlock and stones. His left hand broke. Mohammed Nasif was also injured in the assault. The plaintiff also said that his friends Shenin and Shravan are threatened with death by the same gang.

Police arrested Aditya, Ken Johnson, Mohammed, Abdul Shahid and Vimal in this regard. Two other defendants fled.

Police officers attended the said college hostel in Gujjarakere at around 10 p.m. to provide protection for Shenin and Shravan, whom the complainant Adarsh ​​said were threatened with death. However, Deputy Inspector Sheetal and police department staff were attacked with locks, stones and chairs by inmates at the hostel. Five policemen were injured in the assault.

A counter-case is also filed by Abdul Sinan against Adarsh ​​and his friends. In this regard, the police arrested Fahad, Abu Tahar, Mohammed Nasif and Adarsh.

Ismail, Ismail Anwar, Jad Al Gaffoor, Tamam and Sinan are also injured in the counterattack.

Municipal Police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar attended the scene of the crime. Further investigation is underway.

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Mangaluru: Eight students arrested for group clashes, attack on police, residents https://themangaloretimes.com/mangaluru-eight-students-arrested-for-group-clashes-attack-on-police-residents/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 03:04:23 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/mangaluru-eight-students-arrested-for-group-clashes-attack-on-police-residents/

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, December 3: Police have arrested eight people in four separate incidents which took place near the town’s Morgans Gate near a private college hostel.

At around 6:45 p.m. on December 2, Adarsh ​​Prem Kumar was talking to his girlfriend and also playing with a dog near the Morgansgate Youth Hostel. In the meantime, the accused Sinan, his six friends and around 75 to 100 inmates began to mistreat Adarsh ​​Prem Kumar and toss locks and stones with the intention of killing him. They also attacked Mohammed Nasif, who came to rescue Adarsh. A case of attempted assassination is recorded in this connection and four people are arrested.

Another case of attempted murder is registered at the Mangaluru Sud police station, in accordance with the complaint filed by Sinan against the accused Adarsh ​​Prem Kumar and four others. Four people are arrested in this context.

At around 10:20 p.m. on December 2, Adarsh ​​Prem Kumar approached the southern town police station and asked the cops to protect his friends Shenil and Shravan, who were trying to unravel the attack by a rival gang that evening. of the same day. PSI Sheetal Alagoor went to the college hostel with her station staff to protect Shenil and Shravan. She introduced herself to the director of the Santhosh K hostel and was on her way to the hostel’s bedroom, when around 100-150 inmates at the hostel prevented police personnel from carrying out their duties and assaulted them with deadly weapons. and also damaged household goods. The loss suffered would be around Rs 30,000. A case in this direction is registered at the southern police station. Eight police officers were injured in this attack by the students.

At around 10:45 p.m. on December 2, Vikyath Shetty was coming to Gujjarakere after completing his personal work, when 100 to 150 students at the university hostel were screaming. Although the PSI and police personnel instructed the inmates at the home not to shout and disturb the locality, they paid no attention and started throwing stones and shards of glass at them. the houses of the inhabitants. Vikyath Shetty and others were injured as a result of the ruckus created by the hostel inmates. The loss is estimated at Rs 10,000. A case in this direction is registered at the southern police station.

When the eight people, who were arrested due to the ruckus created at the university hostel, were tested for drugs at the AJ Hospital, it was confirmed that four of them had indeed consumed Ganja. A separate case under the DPS law is recorded on them.

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Delhi Police Organize Bus To Nihangs To Bangla Sahib https://themangaloretimes.com/delhi-police-organize-bus-to-nihangs-to-bangla-sahib/ Thu, 02 Dec 2021 14:34:19 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/delhi-police-organize-bus-to-nihangs-to-bangla-sahib/

New Delhi, December 2 (IANS): About 80 farmers, many of them Nihang Sikhs, were arrested Thursday in Mukarba Chowk, in the national capital, on their way to Bangla Sahib Gurdwara, but were allowed to continue their journey in a bus arranged for them, a Delhi police announced.

“One of the buses taking them to Bangla Sahib stopped for technical reasons. But we quickly organized another bus for them. The situation is normal in Mukurba Chowk and there has been no clash with the police, “said a police official.

As farmers have protested at Delhi’s borders for more than a year, several incidents of clashes between protesters and Delhi police have been reported. Here, Delhi Police have deployed additional staff and often speak to farmer leaders and Haryana Police to keep the peace.

These Nihangs wanted to go to gurdwara when they were allegedly arrested at Mukurba Chowk, and Delhi police personnel were on their guard because of this as they feared the situation would turn out badly.

However, senior Delhi Police officials spoke to Nihangs and assured them that they would be allowed but only on Delhi Police buses. According to the sources, Nihangs agreed and the buses were made available.

“When we learned of the Nihang rally in Mukurba Chowk, we immediately informed our senior officials. A team immediately went there to examine the situation, which was peaceful. they wanted to go to Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. We then organized buses for them, ”said a senior police official.

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J&K police dismantle terrorist module and arrest 3 TRF associates https://themangaloretimes.com/jk-police-dismantle-terrorist-module-and-arrest-3-trf-associates/ Thu, 02 Dec 2021 14:07:34 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/jk-police-dismantle-terrorist-module-and-arrest-3-trf-associates/

Srinagar, December 2 (IANS): Jammu and Kashmir Police in Baramulla District, North Kashmir, dismantled a terrorist cluster of the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba – The Resistance Front (LeT-TRF) terrorist group by arresting three terrorist associates involved in the Palhallan grenade attack, officials said Thursday.

“The police along with 29RR and SSB 2nd Bn established a joint MVCP / naka at Wussan Pattan and intercepted three suspicious individuals who attempted to flee the place after watching the joint naka party,” the police said. police.

“They were tactfully apprehended by the alert team and were identified as Asif Ahmad Reshi, son of Nissar Ahmad Reshi, Mehrajudin Dar, son of Sonaullah Dar and Faisal Habib Lone, son of Habibullah Lone, all residents of Gund Jehangir, Hajin, Bandipora district. “

Police said during the investigation and technical leads revealed that the arrested trio were working as terrorist associates of the banned terrorist group LeT (TRF) and involved in a recent grenade attack in Palhallan on November 17, 2021. .

“Upon disclosure, two grenades were recovered in their possession,” police said.

“Investigations also revealed that the arrested trio had received instructions from terrorists across the border and that the aim behind the attacks was to create an atmosphere of fear and chaos and to provoke a backlash against young people in the area. Kashmir outside the Union territory. Further investigation into the case is underway. “

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Delhi police arrest two more arms suppliers https://themangaloretimes.com/delhi-police-arrest-two-more-arms-suppliers/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 09:25:04 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/delhi-police-arrest-two-more-arms-suppliers/

New Delhi, November 30 (IANS): Delhi police have arrested two other illegal arms suppliers in connection with an illegal arms racket.

The two dealers have been identified as Bharat, resident of GB Nagar, UP and Devender, resident of Aligarh, UP, an official said on Tuesday.

Their names were revealed during questioning of two other defendants Kuldeep and Dilbagh, who were arrested by police on November 23.

“This gang had been operating for six months and supplied over 100 illegal pistols to various Delhi-NCR gangsters and criminals,” Deputy Police Commissioner Shankar Choudhary said.

The official said the gang has been very active in smuggling illegal weapons from UP to Delhi NCR and supplying these weapons to gangsters and various criminals. The police kept a close watch and surveillance was exercised on the suppliers.

During the investigation, raids were carried out on several hideouts in Jewar and Aligarh to catch the illegal arms supplier Bharat.

Based on Kuldeep and Dilbagh’s revelations, police raided specific locations and two people – Bharat and Devender – were arrested by police.

During the investigation, two domestically produced pistols and four live ammunition cartridges were recovered from the residence of the accused Bharat.

The duo arrested, during questioning, revealed that they had used to procure the illegal weapons from one person, namely Golu from Aligarh, UP.

“Efforts are underway to reach the origin of this illegal arms union and catch the defendant Golu,” police added.

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Two South Koreans escape TN police and reach Manipur to flee India https://themangaloretimes.com/two-south-koreans-escape-tn-police-and-reach-manipur-to-flee-india/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 16:37:35 +0000 https://themangaloretimes.com/two-south-koreans-escape-tn-police-and-reach-manipur-to-flee-india/

Chennai, November 29 (IANS): Two South Korean nationals, who were arrested in a rupee crore GST evasion case, escaped custody in Tamil Nadu’s Chengalpattu district last month, flew to Manipur and allegedly left India, according to police sources mentioned.

Police department sources told IANS that the duo managed to escape by descending from the 8th floor of a multi-story building where they were staying at Orgadam in Chengalpattu, following a verdict from the court, October 29.

State Police launched a manhunt and found that the duo reached Imphal and allegedly crossed the international border. Police sources said they were in contact with South Korean authorities to find out if they had returned to their country.

The South Koreans, according to sources, had obtained ground support in Tamil Nadu and they would have created false documents to repair their leak.

The duo were housed in a special cell in Tiruchi and they appealed to the Madras High Court for private accommodation under police surveillance, but their plea was rejected. However, they moved the Supreme Court which granted the authorization and ordered the Tamil Nadu police to allow this. They rented accommodation on the 8th floor of a multi-story building in Orgadam from where they escaped, despite a police guard being stationed outside their apartment.

Police suspect they traveled to Hyderabad by road and then took a flight to Imphal.

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