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    Shocking! Naval officer Neeraj Kumar found dead at INS Kardip in Andaman and Nicobar

    A shocking incident of death has been reported from INS Kardip in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. A case of an unnatural death of an officer Lt Commander Neeraj Kumar has been reported by ANI. According to the news agency’s report, the case has been handed over to local police for necessary investigations. The Indian Navy has stated that the next of the kin of the officers have been informed.

  • Shami to be back in Central Contracts if ACU clears him

    It has been learnt that allegations of domestic violence levelled by Shami’s wife Hasin Jahan are completely under police jurisdiction and the BCCI will have nothing to do with it.

  • Silver and bronze for India in Commonwealth shooting

    Gold Coast (Australia) : India’s Anish Bhanwala won a silver in the men’s 25m rapid fire pistol event, while Neeraj Kumar bagged a bronze on the sixth day of competitions in the Commonwealth Shooting Championships here.

  • CBI books senior Mumbai IT officer in corruption case

    Mumbai: The Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) on Friday raided an Additional Commissioner of Income Tax, his wife and three others, and lodged a case of corruption under them, an official said here.

  • JD (U) confident of Nitish’s majority, BJP assures it has numbers

    Patna: As Nitish Kumar will face a trust vote in the Bihar legislative assembly to prove his majority to form the state government, the Janata Dal (United) on Friday assured that the Chief Minister will get full majority and prove his ethical politics. “The Chief Minister will get a full majority today. Politics is about serving people, it’s not a medium to collect money or property. According to the wishes of the state, the

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    ‘Chhota Rajan has special relationship with Indian government’

    New Delhi: Former Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar has claimed that the Indian government has a special relationship with underworld don Chhota ajan, who was deported from Bali in November last year. Kumar made the assertion during a session at the Delhi Literature Fest late last evening with journalist Avirook Sen.

  • How mastermind of Punjab CM’s killing was caught!

    New Delhi : Former Delhi Police chief Neeraj Kumar says that nabbing the mastermind of Punjab chief minister Sardar Beant Singh’s assassination was the most dangerous operation he ever undertook.

  • ‘Part of funding for 9/11 came from India’

    New Delhi : Part of funding for 9/11 attacks in the US had originated from India, according to a former top police officer Neeraj Kumar, who has based his claim on the “revelation” made by a terrorist.

  • Focus on then Delhi CP Neeraj Kumar

    New Delhi :  A Delhi court’s verdict dropping all charges against former India paceman S Sreesanth and two other cricketers in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal has brought back the spotlight on former Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar.

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    Neeraj Kumar appointed chief security advisor for World T20

    New Delhi: Former Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar was today appointed as the Chief Advisor of Security and anti-corruption unit (ACSU) of BCCI for next year’s T20 World Cup to be hosted by India.

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    Did Dawood think of surrendering?

    New Delhi :  Former Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar on Saturday denied reports attributed to him that fugitive terrorist Dawood Ibrahim had negotiated surrender with him months after the 1993 Mumbai blasts and that the government of the day scuttled the plans at the last moment.

  • Discussions on CSK valuation, chief coach at WC meet today

    Kolkata : The initial discussions about the appointment of next India coach, CSK’s low de-merger valuation of Rs 5 lakh and Neeraj Kumar’s appointment as the ACU’s chief consultant are some of the key issues that will be discussed during BCCI’s working committee meeting, here today.

  • Neeraj Kumar appointed Cricket Board’s ACSU chief

    New Delhi: Former Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar was today appointed as chief advisor of the BCCI’s Anti Corruption & Security Unit (ACSU) for a term of one year. The decision to appoint Kumar to the top post was taken at the Governing Council Meeting of the Indian Premier League here, which was chaired by IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla. “We have appointed Neeraj Kumar as chief advisor to ACSU and he will have

  • A mixed bag for Delhi Police in 2013

    New Delhi: The year gone by turned out to be a mixed bag for Delhi Police which busted the IPL spot-fixing case and arrested top LeT operative Abdul Karim Tunda but faced flak over the issue of women’s security.