Free Press Journal
  • Acting Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh to continue in office, says Supreme Court

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Thursday said the newly appointed acting Director General of Police (DGP) of Jammu and Kashmir shall continue in office till the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) takes a decision on the matter. A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said acting DGP Dilbag Singh, who replaced S P Vaid, shall continue to operate. It asked the UPSC to take a decision within four weeks on the suitability of

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    Supreme Court refuses to interfere with Jammu and Kashmir’s DGP appointment

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Tuesday refused to interfere with the Jammu and Kashmir government appointing an acting director general of police (DGP). A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud issued notice and sought a reply from the Centre.

  • Bhima Koregaon Violence: NHRC says SOP not followed in arrests of activists, issues notices to Maharashtra government and DGP

    New Delhi/Mumbai: The NHRC today issued notices to the Maharashtra government and the state’s police chief, saying “it appears” that standard operating procedure was not properly followed in the arrests of five activists and this may amount to a violation of their human rights. The Maharashtra chief secretary and the director general of police have been asked to submit a ‘factual report’ in the matter within four weeks.

  • Bhopal: DGP triggers row by asking cops to stay away from social media

    Bhopal: Director general of police (DGP) Rishi Shukla again grabbed limelight by asking the cops to stay away from social media. Notably, since Shukla took over as DGP in July, 2016, number of heinous crimes took place in the district bringing disrepute to the state. The rise in number of incidents of crime in 2017 was 12 per cent more than that of 2016.

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    Bhima-Koregaon violence: Two charitable trusts file PIL against Prakash Ambedkar, others

    Mumbai: Two charitable trusts, Action for Good Governance and Networking in India and Public Concern for Governance Trust have filed Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Bombay High Court (HC) against the State of Maharashtra, The Director General of Police (DGP), Commissioner of Police (CP), Mumbai, Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh, Republican Party of India (RPI), Bahujan Mukti Party (BMP), Baudhjan Panchayat Samiti (BPS), Shivraj Pratisthan and Samasta Hindu Aghadi.

  • Bhopal gang rape case: DGP issues show cause notice to MP Nagar CSP

    Bhopal: Following the indictment of six cops by SIT in Bhopal gang rape case, DGP on Monday issued show cause notice to CSP and served charge sheets to five other personnel held guilty of dereliction of duty. IG intelligence Makrand Doueskar while talking to media informed that actions against the cops follow the charges framed against them by Special Investigation Team (SIT) in-charge Sudhir Laad.

  • Chandigarh stalking case: ‘Law graduate’ Vikas Barala refused to give blood, urine sample

    Chandigarh: Tajender Singh Luthra, Director General of Police (DGP) today informed that both the accused in the Chandigarh stalking case had refused to give their blood and urine sample for the investigation. “The duty doctor did want to take the blood and urine sample, but the accused are law graduates, they knew the law very well. Therefore, they refused to give the blood and urine sample,” DGP Luthra told the reporter here.

  • Bhopal: ‘Nothing confidential about CM’s meet with home min, chief secy’

    Bhopal: Now the state government can no longer keep the CM’s meetings confidential, especially with home minister, chief secretary, director general of police (DGP), principal secretary (PS) of home affairs and director general (DG) of special task force (STF). The department of general administration (GAD) will have to make the details of these meetings public, under Right to Information (RTI) Act.

  • ‘Anti-Romeo’ squads hit the streets of UP

    Lucknow : From Gorakhpur to Meerut, “anti- Romeo” squads of policemen on Wednesday fanned out across Uttar Pradesh on the orders of new chief minister Yogi Adityanath, fulfilling a pre-poll pledge of the BJP to check eve-teasing.

  • Ujjain: Swift investigation a priority, says DGP

    Ujjain: Director General of Police (DGP) of Madhya Pradesh Rishi Kumar Shukla convened a meeting of the police officials of Ujjain division at Police Control Room here on Thursday.

  • Bhopal: Senior cops to man FRVs once a month

    BHOPAL: Director General of Police have given instructions that every month SHOs, CSPs, DSPs and ASPs will have to man Dial-100 FRVs once in a month. The DGP was addressing the concluding session of the two day training of the police officers in Dial-100 control room, on Friday.

  • Bhopal: DGP inaugurates Saksham-2017 at Samanwaya Bhavan

    BHOPAL: Nearly 500 school students, teachers, representatives from oil companies, dealers and distributors participated in inaugural ceremony of Saksham-2017 at Samanwaya Bhavan on Tuesday. The function was presided over by director general of police (DGP) Rishi Kumar Shukla.

  • Bhopal: Police to launch Samarth Sangini Yojana in all districts

    BHOPAL: ‘Samarth Sangini Yojana’, will now be implemented in all districts across the state. Director general of police (DGP) Rishi Shukla has instructed all superintendents of police (SPs) in this regard.

  • Bhopal: Crime syndicates behind human trafficking

    BHOPAL: A two-day training on human trafficking was inaugurated at police headquarters on Wednesday by the director general of police (DGP) Rishi Shukla. The programme is being organised in collaboration with a social organisation named ‘Shakti Vahini’.