Social Media Platforms, The Fifth Estate Czars demolishing the four Estates

  Published in 4th Estate News on Sep 3, 2020 Sandeep Mittal   The use of social media platforms to commit crimes like defamation, bullying, slender and its use as a tool to exploit vulnerabilities, to hack the assets in virtual and physical domains, is not uncommon. The stories of young girls committing suicide becauseContinue reading “Social Media Platforms, The Fifth Estate Czars demolishing the four Estates”

Urban Naxal’s modus operandi: create false narrative, discredit the State and project accussed as victim

  Published in 4th Estate News on August 31, 2020 Sandeep Mittal   Over a period of time, an influential pressure group comprising Advocates, Media professionals and Academics having left leanings has taken the entire system of governance to ransom. The peaceful existence of any ideology as constructive betterment of the society and Nation isContinue reading “Urban Naxal’s modus operandi: create false narrative, discredit the State and project accussed as victim”

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NASSCOM-DSCI 10th Annual Information Security Summit

Open House with Top Cyber Crime Investigators: Cases, experiences, procedures, doubts, enquiries & dialogue Shri Sandeep Mittal, I.P.S., Deputy Inspector General of Police was invited to Chair the ‘Open House with Top Cyber Crime Investigator’ during the NASSCOM-DSCI 10th Annual Information Security Summit held at JW Marriot, New Delhi from 16th to 17th December, 2015.,Continue reading “NASSCOM-DSCI 10th Annual Information Security Summit”

Innovation in training police

Friday, March 5. 1999 By S. Durairaj TUTICORIN. March 4 Raja. the five-year old sniffer dog, is brought to the scene of crime – a cold blooded murder – shortly after the wailing relatives and a close friend of the deceased rush to the nearby police station to formally lodge a complaint. Having scented aContinue reading “Innovation in training police”

Priority for good police-public relationship, says DIG

July 14, 2009 “We pay attention to positive policing” DINDIGUL: Top priority will be given for maintaining cordial relationship between police and the public, said Sandeep Mittal, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Dindigul Range. Talking to press persons after assuming charge here on Monday, he said the prime duty of the police was to serveContinue reading “Priority for good police-public relationship, says DIG”

Coastal monitoring to be strengthened

RAMANATHAPURAM, June 14, 2011 Sandeep Mittal, a 1995-batch IPS officer, assumed office as the Deputy Inspector General of Police (Ramanathapuram Range) here on Monday. He has replaced A. Amalraj, who has been transferred to Tiruchi Range. Mr. Mittal had earlier served as DIG of Police (Dindigul Range) and in the Narcotics Control Bureau, New Delhi.Continue reading “Coastal monitoring to be strengthened”

DIG rewards policemen

February 25, 2010 The Deputy Inspector General of Police, Sandeep Mittal, on Tuesday presented cash awards and commendation certificates to the police personnel appreciating their timely contribution to detect cases and seizure of banned substance in Ramanathapuram district. Lakshmi Kanthan, Sub Inspector, Rameswaram town and K. Ulaganathan, Head Constable were rewarded for detecting around 50Continue reading “DIG rewards policemen”