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Sunanda Pushkar died of poisoning, says FBI, Tharoor may be questioned

The latest FBI report confirms findings of AIIMS post-mortem report given by Dr Sudhir Gupta in 2014 in the Sunanda Pushkar case. The report says Sunanda died due to poisoning – caused by Polonimum-210 or Po-210. The Delhi Police sources on Friday said the report is almost on the same lines and in their report they have detected one more poison which is dangerous to heart. The AIIMS doctor’s body

AAP leader calls top cop Bassi 'Modi's spokesperson', dares him to debate

The ongoing tussle between Delhi government and Delhi Police seems to be getting murkier as senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Sanjay Singh on Saturday called city’s Police Commissioner BS Bassi a ‘spokesperson’ of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Daring Bassi to debate with a Delhi government’s representative, Singh took to Twitter and wrote, “Modi’s spokesperson Bassi sahab had challenged Arvind Kejriwal for a debate. Our leader Kumar Vishwas is ready

Arvind Kejriwal calls Delhi Police thulla

Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Friday reacted strongly to Chief Minister Arvind Kerjiwal calling cops “thullas”, a slang mostly used in and around the national capital. “I refuse to believe the chief minister could have used such a word, but if he has, it is very unfortunate and derogatory,” Bassi said. It was a no-holds barred Kejriwal in an hour-long exclusive interview with India Today Group Consulting Editor Rajdeep

Delhi Police arrest AAP's Kondli MLA Manoj Kumar in land fraud case

The Delhi Police arrested AAP legislator Manoj Kumar in connection with a case of land fraud on Thursday, adding to the embarrassment of the Arvind Kejriwal-led party. Delhi Police commissioner BS Bassi said the MLA from Kondli was being questioned in an old case of land fraud. The arrest came two months after an FIR was registered against Kumar on a complaint that he and his accomplices had thrashed a man in

Delhi Police to file chargesheets against Arvind Kejriwal, 20 other AAP MLAs

A newspaper report claimed on Wednesday that the Delhi Police is soon likely to file chargesheets against several Aam Aadmi Party MLAs. The Times of India reported today that the Delhi Police, following an internal investigation, found that 21 AAP MLAs have been named in 24 criminal cases registered over a period of time. These include Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia. The police is believed to

Congress condemns queries about Rahul Gandhi

Miffed over the visit of a Delhi Police official to the party office here seeking details of Rahul Gandhi ‘s physical appearance, the Congress on Saturday criticised the government and said that the party will take up the issue in Parliament. The Delhi Police, however, said it was a routine security inquiry. As the news surfaced, the Ministry of Home Affairs asked for a report from the Delhi Police in