CRIME REPORTER

  • Chennai Police to monitor crime reporters, keeping a tab on the press September 9, 2014

    Chennai: Chennai police is monitoring crime reporters in the city to ensure that there are no negative news reports in the media. According to reports, an internal circular issued by the Chennai police has named 4 senior officials to keep a tab on print reporters and media houses in the...
  • Chilling details of how J Dey was murdered June 27, 2011

    New Delhi: As Mumbai police rounded up seven suspects allegedly belonging to the Chhota Rajan gang who shot dead veteran crime journalist Jyotirmoy Dey on June 11, the details of how they plotted and carried out the operation was released to the media on Monday. Mumbai crime branch arrested the seven...
  • Dey case: Businessman's statement to be recorded June 23, 2011

    Mumbai: Police will soon record the statement of an arrested businessman, who had met senior crime reporter Jyotirmoy Dey a few days before his murder. Nihal P Tanna was arrested in Mumbai on Thursday during a 'nakabandi' for cheating and also under the Arms Act. He was carrying a loaded...
  • Police claim 'substantial progress' in J Dey case June 20, 2011

    Mumbai: Police on Monday claimed "substantial progress" in investigation into the murder of veteran journalist Jyotirmoy Dey as they get ready to file a status report in the Bombay High Court Tuesday. "We have made substantial progress and inched closer to cracking the case," Additional Police Commissioner (Crime) Deven Bharti told...
  • Three detained in J Dey murder case let off June 16, 2011

    Mumbai: Three persons who were detained in connection with the murder of senior journalist Jyotirmoy Dey here, have been let off, police said on Thursday. Three suspects, Anwar, Mateen Iqbal Hatela and Shaikh believed to be associated with gangster Chhota Shakeel were picked for questioning on...
  • Leads point to oil mafia: Chavan on Dey killing June 13, 2011

    Mumbai: The police on Monday finally released a sketch of the person who could have been involved in the killing of Mumbai journalist, Jyotirmoy Dey. The assailant, according to the sketch, looks like man in his 20's. Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan told a 15 member delegation of the press that leads...
  • Are journalists responsible for their own safety? June 13, 2011

    On Talking Point, Suhasini Haidar asks, 'Are journalists responsible for their own safety?' ...
  • This is an attack on media: Mid Day editor June 11, 2011

    Mid Day editor Sachin Kalbag condemned the attack on J Dey and said he was not aware of any threat being made to him. ...