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Hindustantimes.com
Who killed Aarushi Talwar? Parents’ acquittal brings question back in spotlighthave recovered Hemraj’s body on the first day itself,”said former CBI official
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 4 days ago
have recovered Hemraj’s body on the first day itself,”said former CBI official NR Wasan, who retired as the chief of the Bureau of Police Research and Development. But that was not the first twist in the case. The CBI’s first investigation... Read more
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asianage
Police can’t be brute force, says Rajnath Singhto use slight force, but in such situations too, prudence is required,” he said
asianage / Posted 9 days ago
to use slight force, but in such situations too, prudence is required,” he said. Mr Singh said he has already asked the Bureau of Police Research and Development to look for “less-lethal” solutions to be used in policing tasks and crowd... Read more
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Gulf News
Police cannot be brute force, will have to be civilised — Rajnathhave to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required,” he
Gulf News / Posted 9 days ago
have to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required,” he said.Singh said he has already asked the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) to look for “less-lethal” solutions to be used in policing tasks and crowd... Read more
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asianage
Police cannot be brute, will have to be civilised while dealing with riots: Rajnath Singhhave to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required," he
asianage / Posted 9 days ago
have to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required," he said. Singh said he has already asked the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) to look for "less-lethal" solutions to be used in policing tasks and crowd... Read more
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dna
21st century police has to be civilised, can't be a brute force: Rajnath Singhhave to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required," he
dna / Posted 9 days ago
have to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required," he said. Singh said he has already asked the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) to look for "less-lethal" solutions to be used in policing tasks and crowd... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Police cannot be brute, will have to be civilised: Home minister Rajnath Singhhave to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required,” he
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 9 days ago
have to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required,” he said. Singh said he has already asked the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) to look for “less-lethal” solutions to be used in policing tasks and crowd... Read more
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The Hindu
Police cannot be brute, will have to be civilised, says Rajnathto use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required,” he said.
The Hindu / Posted 9 days ago
to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required,” he said. Mr. Singh said he has already asked the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) to look for “less-lethal” solutions to be used in policing tasks and crowd... Read more
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The Economic Times
Police cannot be brute, will have to be civilised: Rajnath Singhhave to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required," he
The Economic Times / Posted 9 days ago
have to use slight force but in such situations too, prudence is required," he said. Singh said he has already asked the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) to look for "less-lethal" solutions to be used in policing tasks and crowd... Read more
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The Indian Express
Prescription post Section 66A: ‘Change law to punish hate speech online’in another form. Another member of the committee, Navjeet Wasan, a retired IPS
The Indian Express / Posted 11 days ago
in another form. Another member of the committee, Navjeet Wasan, a retired IPS officer and former Director General of the Bureau of Police Research and Development, said: “After Section 66A was struck down by the Supreme Court, we were concerned... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
CBI faces shortage of field investigators, officers amid heavy workloadthe CBI will have to offer more perks,” said Wasan, who served the agency for 1
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 15 days ago
the CBI will have to offer more perks,” said Wasan, who served the agency for 18 years before retiring as chief of the Bureau of Police Research and Development. According to him, he suggested during CBI stint that the Centre should pay... Read more
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The Indian Express
‘In Kasab hanging, secrecy was priority. In Memon case, entire country was watching’: Meeran Chadha BorwankarBorwankar retired as Director General, Bureau of Police Research and Developmen
The Indian Express / Posted 16 days ago
Borwankar retired as Director General, Bureau of Police Research and Development, on Saturday. “THE BIGGEST challenge in (Ajmal) Kasab’s case was the secrecy. Former Deputy Chief Minister and then Home Minister R R Patil Sir was very emphatic about... Read more
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India to sign a pact for technical cooperation in police training and development with Afghanistanof Interior Affairs, Afghanistan, the United Nations Development Programme (UND
dna / Posted 19 days ago
of Interior Affairs, Afghanistan, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Afghanistan and officials of the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D) in New Delhi in October 2016. The delegates from Afghanistan expressed... Read more
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The Economic Times
Legal system expensive, big lawyers charge like taxis: Law Commission chairmanwith English even after 79 years of independence," he said. The seminar organi
The Economic Times / Posted 23 days ago
with English even after 79 years of independence," he said. The seminar organised by Tihar prisons in collaboration with Bureau of Police Research and Development, Delhi University's School of Social work, and non profit rights group Commonwealth... Read more
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The Economic Times
3 cops for each VIP, but just 1 for every 663 aam aadmito protect each of them while there is a huge shortage of police personnel for
The Economic Times / Posted 29 days ago
to protect each of them while there is a huge shortage of police personnel for ordinary citizens. Data compiled by the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D) under the home ministry shows that out of a total 19.26 lakh police... Read more

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