In the video, the sub-inspector and her mother are seen having some arguments with her father-in-law, following which the policewoman starts beating the elderly man.
'The ED carried out raids at various locations but did not come to Manish Sisodia's residence; they left him because they felt that going to his house would be humiliating,' Saurabh Bharadwaj said.
The BJP leaders, including party MLAs, will also stage a protest outside the minister's residence in the evening.
Besides, it has also alleged the liquor businessmen were given an exemption of Rs 30 crore, while the licence holders were given an extension as per their own will.
The delay in CUET results put lakhs of students in a dilemma over whether they should wait for it to be published or secure their admission in private universities.
The dengue cases reported this year so far, between January and September 3, in the national capital are the highest in the last five years.
The high court termed it a ‘welcome step’ and said with this social media step, a check can be kept on unmanned barricades.
A plea came up for hearing before the Delhi High Court on Monday seeking direction to the CBI and ED
A magisterial court had on November 8, 2021, awarded seven-year jail terms to the real estate barons and since then they were in prison.
More than 100 govt school teachers were felicitated with awards for their exemplary contribution in teaching
On a four-day visit to India beginning Monday, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina hopes to enhance trade and strategic ties with New Delhi.
Through story-driven guided tours, this duo from Delhi aims to give citizens a chance to experience the many facets of the capital
The leaders allegedly reached late after the check in was over and created unruly scenes demanding they should be allowed to board the aircraft.
During the course of the investigation, five more country-made pistols and a stolen car were recovered from him.
Atul Garg, director, Delhi Fire Service said since the lanes in Chandni Chowk are usually narrow and congested, it was difficult for the fire tenders to enter the lanes.
28-year-old Deepak Kumar along with his family members and 30 to 40 other people, attacked the cops, that arrived to arrest him, put them in a room, and beat them up.
In April, along with Delhi CM Kejriwal, Tamil Nadu CM Stalin had visited government schools in Delhi and praised the infrastructure in such institutions.
Durgesh Pathak alleged Saxena had pressured his employees to exchange demonetised currency notes worth Rs 1,400 crore in 2016.
The CBI refuted Sisodia's claims as "mischievous and misleading", saying his statements were is "an attempt to divert attention from the ongoing investigation in Delhi Excise Policy case".
Tamil Nadu CM Stalin, addressing the gathering, listed out the reforms and various schemes launched by the DMK governments for the welfare of women and also their education.