After eating it, he beat her up saying it wasn’t good enough and had a quarrel with her.
A 40-year-old woman on Thursday succumbed to injuries here after she was set on fire allegedly by her alcoholic husband for not cooking mutton curry properly four days ago, police said. Shanker Rao C, a labourer, allegedly poured kerosene on his wife Sulochana who worked as a maid and set her ablaze at their house in Katedan area on the evening of December 20, Mailardevpally Police Station Inspector S Venkat Reddy said. “Shanker had brought mutton and asked her to make curry.After eating it, he beat her up saying it wasn’t good enough and had a quarrel with her. Later, he poured kerosene on her and set her ablaze saying her living was useless because she didn’t know how to cook food,” the police officer said. Shanker was allegedly drunk at the time.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Sulochana’s mother and daughter, who were present, raised alarm after he set her on fire and the neighbours rushed and doused the flames, police said. She was then taken to at a state-run Osmania General Hospital. “The accused was arrested yesterday on the charge of attempt to murder and harassment. Today, she succumbed to burn injuries at the hospital,” the police officer said, adding a case of murder would be lodged against the husband.
The police officers have been asked to keep a ringtone that is ‘appropriate and nice.’
In a bid to improve the image of police among the public, Special Inspector General of Police Vishwas Nangre Patil has asked officials of Aurangabad range to desist from keeping film songs, loud sounds or bird chirping as ringtone of their mobile phone.”It has been observed that ringtones of police officers and personnel in the range are either film songs, loud sounds or chirping of birds. Because of such ringtones, the image of police among common man is taking a beating,” he said in an order sent to all police superintendents in Marathwada region.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”It should be ensured that the mobile ringtone of police officers and personnel is appropriate and nice,” the senior IPS officer said.”Heads of departments in the force should issue instructions accordingly to police personnel under their jurisdiction,” the Special IG said.
Police arrested 37 members of the community, including their leader Lalji Patel, for demonstrating in front of Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad.
Police on Monday foiled a proposed indefinite hunger strike by Patel community members, who were arrested for staging without permission a protest demanding release of incarcerated quota agitation leader Hardik Patel and withdrawal of sedition charges against him and others.Police arrested 37 members of the community, including their leader Lalji Patel, for demonstrating in front of Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad.”We have arrested 37 people as they tried to protest without permission in front of Sabarmati Ashram,” Ranip area Police Inspector V B Patel said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>They included Lalji of Sardar Patel Group (SPG) and Atul, Convenor of Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS), Ahmedabad unit, he said.PAAS, spearheading the stir demanding reservation for the community in government jobs and educational institutes, has sought immediate release of its jailed leaders, including Hardik. Leaders of PAAS earlier handed over a memorandum to District Collectors and other government officials at taluka level in various parts of the state and said if their leaders are not released, they will start a stir from today.The Samiti also asked the government to withdraw sedition charges against their leaders Hardik, Chirag Patel, Ketan Patel, Dinesh Bambhaniya and Nilesh Arvadia. As part of the stir for their release, PAAS members were to sit on an indefinite hunger strike. However, police foiled their plan by placing them under arrest.
“We have recovered the 250-kg Lord Mahavira Idol from Bichhwe village at around 06.00 am,” Bhagalpur Zone Inspector General of Police (IG), Bacchu Singh Meena told PTI on phone from Jamui where he has been camping for more than a week to supervise operation for recovery of the precious idol.
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The priceless 2600-year-old idol of Lord Mahavira, weighing 250 kg which was stolen from a Jain Temple nine days ago, was recovered on Sunday from a village in Bihar’s Jamui district, a senior police official said.”We have recovered the 250-kg Lord Mahavira Idol from Bichhwe village at around 06.00 am,” Bhagalpur Zone Inspector General of Police (IG), Bacchu Singh Meena told PTI on phone from Jamui where he has been camping for more than a week to supervise operation for recovery of the precious idol.He said that the gang involved in the theft had called the police through one of its men informing them about the idol lying in a field in Bicchwe village. Policemen reached the spot and recovered the idol this morning.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Meena said that the thieves had planned to dispose of the idol to prospective buyers, but could not do so due to the mounting pressure from investigators as a result of which they were left with no option but to abandon it.No arrest has been made as yet as more evidence was being collected against the gang, he said.The idol made of black stone was stolen from a Jain temple in a village in Jamui district on November 27. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had spoken to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and enquired about the matter.The Chief Minister had initially ordered a high-level probe by senior police officials before recommending a CBI probe into the incident.Kumar has lauded the Bihar police for recovering the idol.
In the bail order, the court had also said jealousy could be a possible motive behind the complaint against Paraskar.
Suspended Maharashtra Deputy Inspector General of Police Sunil Paraskar, accused of molesting and raping a city-based model, was on Friday discharged by a sessions court here. “The court has discharged Paraskar from the (2014) case,” said Special Public Prosecutor Pradeep Gharat. Gharat also said that he will file an appeal in the Bombay High Court, challenging the order. The IPS officer had moved the discharge plea after the Mumbai police filed a 724-page charge sheet against him in May this year.Last year in July 2014, a first information report (FIR) was registered against Paraskar by the suburban Malwani police under sections 376(2) (rape by a police officer), 376 C (intercourse by Superintendent of Jail, remand home, etc) and 354(D) (stalking) of Indian Penal Code. The complainant, a 25-year-old model, had alleged that Paraskar (57) molested and sexually assaulted her on two occasions in December 2013.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>According to her, she had met Paraskar first in 2012, when he was an Additional Commissioner of Police, regarding a case. Soon after the FIR, the senior police officer had filed an anticipatory bail plea. Subsequently, in August 2014, a special court for women’s cases had granted Paraskar a pre-arrest bail observing that “it appears from the behaviour of the complainant and her e-mails that the act must be committed with consent.”In the bail order, the court had also said jealousy could be a possible motive behind the complaint against Paraskar. It also noted that even after the alleged offence, the complainant’s behaviour towards him was normal. After Paraskar’s suspension in August 2014, a preliminary enquiry (PE) by the Mumbai police in November had found professional lapses on his part while dealing with the victim before she filed a police complaint in the case.The officer was accused of having violated Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules and his behaviour amounted to belittling the image of All-India Service Officers.According to police, Paraskar travelled with the model beyond his jurisdiction (to Navi Mumbai) and took expensive gifts from her without prior permission of his seniors. There were also regular conversations between them.
13 SSB personnel detained by Nepalese Armed Police Force, of which 7 are unarmed.
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A patrol party comprising of 13 SSB personnel was detained on Sunday by the Nepalese border guarding force after they ‘inadvertently’ crossed over to the other side chasing suspected smugglers along the Indo-Nepal border in Bihar’s Kishanganj district.The incident occurred at about 7.30 AM when a 13-member patrol party of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) saw suspicious activity along the Ambari-Kesna border post and began a ‘hot pursuit’ of the suspected smugglers.Officials said, the party followed the lead team of two jawans, identified as Constables Roshan and Ramprasad of the 12th SSB battalion deployed in the area, and “inadvertently” crossed over to the other side by about 50 metres into Khuntanmani village, after which villagers surrounded it.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The squad was handed over to Nepal border guarding troops of Armed Police Force (APF) which brought them to their border post in Jhapa district of Nepal, they said.”Thirteen of our men have been detained by APF at a border post along Indo-Nepal border. I had an interaction with the APF Chief and IG Kesh Raj Onta and he has assured that these men who crossed over inadvertently will be sent back safely. A border meet is on between the field commanders of the two sides,” informed SSB Director General BD Sharma.The DG said he is continuously monitoring the situation.Officials said while 6 SSB troops are armed, the rest are without their service weapons. The DG said there has been no ‘bodily harm’ to the personnel and that they have been extended due courtesies by APF and the issue will be resolved soon. Officials said, the SSB patrol team led by a Sub-inspector was on vigil in the area since early morning as the force had seized about 1,500 litres of diesel being allegedly smuggled to the other side yesterday evening.”Last night, our teams seized about 1,500 litres of diesel which was being smuggled from the same area on the border and hence the patrol party was on alert,” SSB Inspector General (Operations) Deepak Kumar, at the force headquarter here, said.After having witnessed suspicious activity, the officials said, two SSB jawans followed the alleged smugglers after which the rest of the party went in.The paramilitary force guards the 1,751 km-long open frontier with Nepal.The officials said reports from the ground state that local villagers have surrounded the Kesna border post of APF protesting against the SSB troops.
At least seven people are killed when a helicopter carrying pilgrims crashes in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Earlier, Rai had written to the court and had said that he wanted to ‘reveal the truth’ about the case.
Shyamvar Rai, arrested driver of prime accused Indrani Mukerjea in connection with the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, has recorded his statement before a court in Mumbai.”The court recorded Rai’s statement under the provisions of Section 164 of Criminal Procedure Code, which unlike a police statement is admissible in court,” a CBI official said on Thursday. The official added that the statement will be sent to the trial judge by the Magistrate who will unseal it and give copies to the lawyers.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”We don’t know the contents of the statement as it was recorded in-camera,” he said. Earlier, Rai had written to the court and had said that he wanted to ‘reveal the truth’ about the case. However, Magistrate RV Adone had then not recorded his statement saying that CBI had not followed proper procedures.43-year-old Indrani, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna and Rai will be produced in the court tomorrow as their judicial custody expires even as CBI prepares to file the charge sheet against them. On October 31, the trio was remanded to judicial custody till November 7 which was further extended till November 20. On November 3, Indrani had given her consent for voice sample tests to be conducted on her.The CBI had earlier moved an application before the magistrate seeking her voice samples saying that it had got hold of some call recordings which purportedly featured her voice, and therefore a verification was needed.Indrani, Khanna and Rai were arrested in August on the charge of murdering Sheena and disposing off her body in a Raigad forest in April 2012, about 84 kms from Mumbai. 24-year-old Sheena was allegedly strangled in a car, then her body was burnt before being dumped in the forest.Indrani was recently hospitalised after her platelet count dipped drastically. However, doctors at JJ hospital had made it clear that she had not contracted dengue as suspected. On October 2, Indrani was taken to J J from Byculla womens’ prison in an unconscious state, fuelling speculation that she had overdosed on anti-depressant drugs. But the probe by Inspector General (prisons) ruled out the possibility of drug overdose, poisoning or suicide bid.Later, she was discharged and sent back to jail.
“We received inputs that Hidma had arrived to take part in a marriage ceremony of a close cadre in Dubbakonta village following which we mobilised our composite forces last evening towards the region to nab him,” he said.
At least two Naxals were today killed by security forces following a major gun-battle in Chhattisgarh’s insurgency-hit Sukma district.”The operation was launched collectively by CRPF’s elite Commando Battalion for Resolute Action’s (CoBRA) 208 battalion and two teams of state’s District Reserve Group (DRG) under Bhejji Police Station limits,” Inspector General of Police, Bastar Range, S R P Kalluri said.The operation was based on the information about the location of Maoist commander Hidma, who is the head of 1st military battalion of Naxals, in the region.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”We received inputs that Hidma had arrived to take part in a marriage ceremony of a close cadre in Dubbakonta village following which we mobilised our composite forces last evening towards the region to nab him,” he said.When security forces reached near Dubbakonta – a Maoist hotbed – early this morning, a group of armed insurgents opened indiscriminate fire on them, triggering a gun-battle between the two sides, the IG said.”So far, two bodies of Maoists in ‘uniform’, besides a muzzle loading gun, Insas rifle magazines and Maoist articles have been recovered,” he said.However, police are yet to trace Hidma, he said.Hidma was allegedly involved in the 2013 Jiram valley Naxal attack in Bastar’s Darbha region in which 31 people, including some senior state Congress leaders, were killed and the 2010 Chintalnar ambush in Dantewada in which 76 troopers were killed.Further details will be known once the police team returns to its camp, Kalluri added.
As police cordoned off a forest axis between Hallur and Hakwa villages, a group of armed insurgents opened indiscriminate fire on them triggering a gun-battle between the two sides, the IG said.
Four Naxals, including a commander- rank cadre, were on Friday killed in a fierce gun-battle with police in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district.”The operation was conducted by a team of the state’s District Reserve Group (DRG) this morning after they got a tip-off about movement of Naxals in Mirtur police station area of the district,” Inspector General of Police, Bastar Range, S R P Kalluri said, while calling the operation a success.Acting on the information, the DRG team comprising 55 personnel was mobilised to the interiors of Mirtur, located around 450 kms from the state capital, Kalluri said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>As police cordoned off a forest axis between Hallur and Hakwa villages, a group of armed insurgents opened indiscriminate fire on them triggering a gun-battle between the two sides, the IG said.”The gunfight lasted about an hour. On finding the security personnel zeroing-in on them, the rebels fled into the core forest,” he said.”Later, during a search of the spot, bodies of four Naxals in ‘uniform’ were found. Four weapons — a pistol, a 303 rifle, a 315 bore rifle and a 12 bore gun — were also found from the spot,” he said.He said one of the Naxals killed in the encounter has been identified as Rainu, who was commander of Bairamgarh area committee’s action team.Further details of the operation will be known once the DRG team returns to its camp, he added.
Bengaluru: A 35-year-old woman was allegedly raped by two security guards at the famous Cubbon Park in Bengaluru last night, police said on Thursday.
Police said they have arrested both the security guards in connection with the incident.
The woman hailing from Tumkuru had come to the city to take membership in a tennis club functioning at the sprawling Cubbon Park when the incident occurred, they said.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central) Sandeep Patil said “The incident came to light when an Assistant Sub-Inspector who was on rounds noticed the woman sitting near Siddalingaiah Circle around 2.30 AM and questioned her.”
He said, “Immediately she was brought to the Cubbon Park Police Station and a detailed statement taken from her.”
The woman had come to the club late afternoon. Though some workers told her there was none in the club and asked her to come today, she decided to stay back near by. At about 9:30 PM noticing her alone in the park two security guards approached her, the DCP said.
When she asked them to help her make her exit from the park as she did not know the way, the guards under the pretext of helping her had taken her to a secluded place and allegedly raped her.
Patil said, “A case has been registered last night. Guards have been detained, detailed investigation is going on and medical examination of victim and two accused is also being done.”
He said a case has been booked under Indian Penal Code section 376 (punishment for rape).
Indrani, along with Khanna and Rai, has been accused of murdering Sheena (24), her daughter from previous relationship, and disposing of her body at a Raigad forest in April 2012, about 84 kms from Mumbai.
Image Credit: Indrani Mukerjea’s Facebook Page
The CBI, probing the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, is likely to file charge sheet against Indrani Mukerjea and two other accused by end of this month.”As per the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), we have to file the charge sheet in the case within 90 days of the arrest of the accused, otherwise the accused are eligible for a default bail,” said a CBI official.Apart from 43-year-old Indrani, the accused include her former husband Sanjeev Khanna and her former driver Shyamvar Rai. Indrani and Rai were arrested on August 25 and Khanna the next day. The charge sheet will be filed in a court of metropolitan magistrate in South Mumbai.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”We have prepared a watertight case and the charge sheet will include the statements of witnesses, statements of certain witnesses recorded before the magistrate (which they cannot retract), call data records, DNA samples, besides other documents,” the agency official said. The case is being investigated by the Special Crime Branch of the CBI.A local court had on November 7 extended the judicial custody of the trio till November 20 and also allowed the agency to interrogate the accused in jail till November 17. Indrani, along with Khanna and Rai, has been accused of murdering Sheena (24), her daughter from previous relationship, and disposing of her body at a Raigad forest in April 2012, about 84 kms from Mumbai.According to police, Sheena was allegedly strangled in a car, then her body was burnt before being dumped in the forest in neighbouring Raigad district. The Maharashtra government had transferred the case to CBI in September, saying it as an attempt to clear all doubts over the probe and the officers involved as the then Mumbai police commissioner Rakesh Maria had personally led the probe.During their investigation, police suspected that Indrani had been upset with Sheena’s relationship with Rahul, son of her husband and former Star India CEO Peter Mukerjea, who was also quizzed. Indrani, lodged in Byculla jail for women, was recently hospitalised after her platelet count dipped drastically, giving speculation that she was suffering from dengue. However, doctors at J J hospital later made it clear that she had not contracted dengue.Earlier, on October 2, she was rushed to J J Hospital from the prison in an unconscious state, fuelling speculation that she had overdosed on anti-depressant drugs. But, the probe by Inspector General (prisons) ruled out the possibility of drug overdose, poisoning or suicide bid. On October 6, Indrani was discharged and sent back to jail.
“The judicial custody of Mukerjea, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna and driver Shyam Rai is extended till November 20,” ordered Magistrate RV Adone.
A Metropolitan Magistrate court in Mumbai extended the judicial custody of Indrani Mukerjea–prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case–and two others till November 20 after their week-long remand ended on Saturday.”The judicial custody of Mukerjea, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna and driver Shyam Rai is extended till November 20,” ordered Magistrate RV Adone. The court also allowed CBI to interrogate Indrani and Khanna till November 17. Earlier, the court had granted permission to quiz all the three accused in jail till November 7 (today).<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Public Prosecutor Kavita Patil moved an application and told the court that certain documents need to be “confronted” and (Indrani’s) voice samples are yet to be taken. Indrani, on November 3, had given her consent for voice sample test to be conducted on her.The CBI had earlier moved an application before the magistrate seeking her voice samples saying that it had got hold of some call recordings which purportedly featured her voice, and therefore a verification was needed. On October 31, the trio was remanded to judicial custody till November 7.Indrani, Khanna and Rai were arrested in August on the charge of murdering 24-year-old Sheena and disposing off her body in a Raigad forest in April 2012, about 84 kms from Mumbai. Sheena was allegedly strangled in a car, then her body was burnt before being dumped in the forest.Indrani was recently hospitalised after her platelet count dipped drastically. However, doctors at JJ hospital had later made it clear that she had not contracted dengue as suspected. Earlier, on October 2, Indrani was taken to JJ from Byculla womens’ prison in an unconscious state, fuelling speculation that she had overdosed on anti-depressant drugs.But the probe by Inspector General (prisons) ruled out the possibility of drug overdose, poisoning or suicide bid. On October 6, the 43-year-old was discharged and sent back to jail.
Cyberabad Police has deployed 55 armed anti-chain snatching teams to only “spot and intercept” chain snatchers but they have been empowered to fire on the snatchers, if they attack the cops. Further probe is on.
Cops attached to anti-chain snatching (ACS) teams opened fired on two offenders during a snatching attempt in Vanasthalipuram area in Hyderabad on Monday, police said.However, the accused managed to escape from the scene even as police launched a hunt to nab them, they said.The incident occurred at around 11:10 am when one woman Sai Anuradha was walking towards her house. Two offenders came on a bike from the opposite direction and attempted to snatch her gold chain, Vanasthalipuram Police Station Inspector B Pushpan Kumar said.In the meantime, two constables of ACS team, who noticed this immediately tried to catch hold of the two accused, though the duo pushed the personnel aside and ran away when the constables fired two rounds on them and chased them, the Inspector said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”A hunt is on to nab the absconding accused,” he said.Cyberabad Police has deployed 55 armed anti-chain snatching teams to only “spot and intercept” chain snatchers but they have been empowered to fire on the snatchers, if they attack the cops. Further probe is on.
CBI has sought Indrani’s voice samples for verification as it has got hold of some call records which purportedly featured her voice
A metropolitan magistrate court in Mumbai extended the judicial custody of Indrani Mukerjea–prime accused in Sheena Bora murder case–and two others till November 7 after their 12-day remand ended today. This was the first time when all the three accused –Indrani Mukerjea, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna and driver Shyamvar Rai–were produced before the court after CBI took over the investigations in the case last month.During the hearing, CBI on Saturday prayed that it may be given further permission to interrogate the trio in the jail, which was granted by Magistrate N B Shinde (till November 7). When the court sought to know from the CBI lawyer if Indrani has been interrogated, he said the agency has done so twice, but still it was necessary to further quiz her. Earlier, the court had allowed CBI to question all the three accused in jail till October 31 (today).<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>CBI has sought Indrani’s voice samples for verification as it has got hold of some call records which purportedly featured her voice. When the matter came up today, Indrani’s lawyer Gunjan Mangala told the court that her client has been feeling drowsy and proper medical treatment should be given to her. Mangala told the court that Indrani has cooperated with the probe agency but her medical condition was not well.”When her (Indrani’s) medical condition is not good, she should not be interrogated,” she urged before the court. At this, the magistrate directed the agency to get a fitness (report) from the concerned authorities before interrogating her (in jail). The court also directed Indrani’s lawyer to take consent from her to conduct voice sampling on her.To which, Mangala told the court that she (Indrani) was palpitating and was not medically and mentally fit to give consent for the voice sampling test. The only time Indrani spoke today was when the court asked her “are you not in a position (to give your consent for voice samples) to which she replied, “No..Sir”.The local court on October 19 had extended the custody of Mukerjea, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna and her driver Shyamvar Rai till October 31. Indrani, Khanna and Rai have been arrested on the charge of murdering 24-year-old Sheena and disposing off her body in a Raigad forest in April 2012. Indrani was recently hospitalised after her platelet count dipped drastically. However, doctors at JJ hospital had later made it clear that she had not contracted dengue as suspected.Earlier, on October 2, Indrani was taken to J J from Byculla womens’ prison in an unconscious state, fuelling speculation that she had overdosed on anti-depressant drugs. But the probe by Inspector General (prisons) ruled out the possibility of drug overdose, poisoning or suicide bid. On October 6, the 43-year-old was discharged and sent back to jail.
In the remand application, Inspector J S Gedam of Crime Branch sought custody of the trio to find out who were instigating them to “wage war against the State Government”.
Surat District Court quashed Patel agitation leader Hardik Patel’s 4-day remand by Surat Police on Friday. Hardik was also sent for 14 daysin judicial custody on Friday. Hardik, arrested earlier this week, is currently in custody of Surat Police in another sedition case.On Friday, Crime Branch had filed a case against Hardik and five others, charging them with sedition and “waging war against the Gujarat Government”, among other offences. Besides Hardik, Chirag, Ketan and Dinesh, the others booked in the case are Amrish Patel and Alepsh Kathiria, both members of PAAS who are currently absconding. Dinesh and Chirag were arrested by police on Thursday from outside the Gujarat High Court, while Ketan was apprehended on Friday.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>All accused were charged under IPC Sections 121 (waging war against Government), 124 (sedition – bringing hatred, contempt or disaffection towards the Government), 153-A (promoting enmity between different communities) and 153-B (assertions prejudicial to national integrity).In the remand application, Inspector J S Gedam of Crime Branch sought custody of the trio to find out who were instigating them to “wage war against the State Government”.”The probe agency needs to interrogate the accused to know about the persons, who have been backing the agitation of PAAS,” said the plea.The application said the probe agency needs to know the source of funding of the agitation. It also sought to conduct voice spectrography tests of the accused (to match their voice samples with phone intercepts).
The half-burnt body was dragged out by a bunch of dogs the next day.
A teenage girl beheaded a five-year-old in Uttar Pradesh’s Khair as revenge, the Hindustan Times reports. According to the report, the girl had allegedly been raped by the child’s father.The murder took place on Tuesday evening. According to Police Inspector of Khair Rajveer Singh, the girl lured the boy to a vacant place when he was playing outside his house and beheaded him there. She also allegedly smashed his body with bricks and set it on fire after wrapping it in a plastic bag.The half-burnt body was dragged out by a bunch of dogs the next day.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>During interrogation by the police, the girl reportedly confessed to having killed the boy because his father, Rinku, had raped her.Police said that the girl as well as boy’s father have been taken into custody. The girl’s father also lodged an FIR for rape against Rinku.While the girl was booked under sections of the IPC and SC/SC Act, the boy’s father has been charged with section 376 of the IPC and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) Act, reported Hindustan Times.
The trio was using the modus operandi since a year.
Three persons were arrested on Saturday for allegedly cheating Snapdeal– an e-commerce company, police said.The accused – Rapalli Mahesh (24), Bandi Yadaswamy (25) and G Ratnakar (23) of Godavarikhani town used to order online some items which included electronic goods, mobiles and sarees etc, Godavarikhani town Inspector D Upender said.”After receiving the items on Cash on Delivery (COD) scheme, they were returning some ‘other’ items to the company by keeping the items supplied alleging that the items supplied to them are duplicate and demanded refund of money,” he said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Since the items were returned, the firm was refunding the amount online. The trio was using the modus operandi since a year. A case had been registered under relevant section following a complaint by Snapdeal, he said, adding investigations were underway.
The actress asserted that she had given proof with video clippings and photographs to the police.
Bindra alleged that she was sexually exploited by few women and a person at the residence of a former officer of Punjab police in the city.
In fresh trouble for Radhe Maa, Bollywood actress Dolly Bindra on accused the self-style godwoman of sexually exploiting her. Dolly, who is known for her participation in reality TV show Big Boss (Season 4), filed a complaint with the police alleging that Radhey Maa and her supporters sexually assaulted her. Inspector Ram Dayal confirmed that they have received a complaint from Bindra and a team had been set up to probe her accusations. Dolly alleged that she was sexually exploited by few women and a person at the residence of a former officer of Punjab police in the city. The officer, however, refuted her allegations.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The actress asserted that she had given proof with video clippings and photographs to the police. This is not the first time the self-styled godwoman is in trouble.In August, videos of Radhe Maa’s devotees carrying her around during satsangs went viral.A police complaint was lodged against her for obscenity, running a business disguised as religion, fraud and cheating. She was also banned from Nashik Kumbh mela by Swaroopanand Saraswati of Dwarka Pitha and Mahant Gyandas, the president of Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad.
The woman stated in the letter that her husband was booked in a “false” case and sent to jail on August 1, and when she approached the inspector, he assured help, Sharma said.
A woman was allegedly gangraped on gun-point by a police inspector and his two subordinates inside a police station in Uttar Pradesh’s Deoband area here, police said on Sunday.The woman, in a letter written to Senior Superintendent of Police RPS Yadav, claimed that she was gangraped by three police personnel on August 6, Additional Superintendent of Police (Rural) Jagdish Sharma said.The woman stated in the letter that her husband was booked in a “false” case and sent to jail on August 1, and when she approached the inspector, he assured help, Sharma said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On August 6, a police personnel came to the victim women’s house and took her to police station claiming the inspector has called her, Sharma said quoting the letter.At the police station, the inspector raped the victim on gun-point. Later, two more personnel, including an officer, raped her in the police station, he said.They also threatened her that if she told anyone about the incident, then more criminal cases would be lodged against her husband, he said.The SSP has handed over the investigation of the complaint to the Area Incharge Deoband, the ASP added.No FIR has been registered in the matter so far.
Two-member CBI team also questioned Indrani in Mumbai jail for nearly six hours in connection with Sheena Bora murder case on Saturday.
The Inspector General (Prisons), Bipin Kumar Singh on Friday clarified that Indrani Mukerjea, the prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, did not attempt to commit suicide.”She was taking multi-vitamins, but she had not taken overdose of any medicine. She took the medicine in front of the guard. She did not attempt to commit suicide. There is no evidence of any foul play, sabotage or conspiracy or attempt to commit suicide,” Singh said.Two-member CBI team also questioned Indrani in Mumbai jail for nearly six hours in connection with Sheena Bora murder case on Saturday.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Also read: Was it a Rs 1,000-crore secret that Indrani Mukerjea wanted to take to her grave?Mukerjea was admitted to JJ hospital in Mumbai in unconscious condition after she complained of ‘uneasiness due to chest pain’ on October 2 at the Byculla prison. She was discharged four days later on October 6.Mukherjea was arrested on August 24 for the murder of Sheena Bora, her daughter from an earlier relationship, in 2012. She has been accused of killing her over a financial dispute, with the help of her ex-husband Sanjeev Khanna and her driver.
UP Government has filed an FIR against those spreading rumours on social media.
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UP government has filed an FIR against those allegedly spreading rumours on social media after a Saharanpur police inspector was run over by a trailer truck at Barkala Chowk in Uttar Pradesh. Pictures of slain Sub-Inspector Narendra Kumar Tyagi were doing rounds on Twitter with messages that he was run over by a trailer truck carrying cows. Messages on social media also said that Tyagi was trying to stop the cows to be taken to slaughter house and hence he was run over by the trailer truck. Copy of FIR filed at Saharanpur police was shared by UP government on its Twitter page. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Tyagi’s body was sent for post-mortem and a hunt is on to nab the truck driver, SSP (Dehat) Jagdish Sharma said.
Jamui: The Maoists have asked voters in Jamui, Gaya, Aurangabad and Jehanabad to stay away from Bihar assembly polls. The CPI (Maoist) has pasted posters, circulated long notes and asked the villagers directly to desist from voting.
“Soon after the Election Commission announced the polling dates for Bihar, the Maoists started giving poll boycott calls in their strongholds in Jamui, Gaya and Aurangabad. It was done to give a message about their presence, which is gradually diminishing. We’ve seized handbills, posters and circulars from Maoist-infested pockets,” Arun Kumar, Inspector General, CRPF, told Firstpost.
The Left ultras have been issuing such threats over past several years with diminishing response from people. They had issued such diktats in Bastar, another stronghold, before Chhattisgarh assembly elections in 2013 and the general election of 2014 too. However, ignoring their threat, people came out in large number to exercise their voting right.
The Maoists have strongly criticised Bihar CM Nitish Kumar for following neo-liberal policies and ditching voters. They have reasoned that the right form of government couldn’t be formed through democratically held elections. In the last 65 years, the Indian public has only been exploited, they maintain.
The Maoist cadre has appealed to wage an “armed war against the establishment”. During its combing operation, besides, the posters and pamphlets, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has recovered arms and ammunition, and huge cash. According to latest data, the security forces have recovered Rs 8.95 crore from Naxal-infested districts in Bihar. “Our battalions have recovered arms, detonators and IEDs in large quantities. The Maoists wanted to create disturbance and inflict damage on a large-scale during polls,” added Kumar.
Ongole (AP): In a gruesome incident, a five-year-old boy was murdered allegedly by a man in a suspected case of human sacrifice as part of a witchcraft-related ritual in Prakasam district here on Wednesday.
The incident took place on Wednesday afternoon in Pokuru village under Voletivaripalem mandal, where the accused, Tirumala Rao, was thrashed and set ablaze by locals after the murder came to light, Kandukur Circle Inspector M Lakshman said.
Police, quoting locals, said Rao, a resident of the same village, killed the boy as part of a witchcraft-related ritual.
The accused, said to be in his mid 30s, took the boy from an anganwadi (child care centre) to his house, where he performed pujas. He then cut the boy’s head, collected the blood into a vessel and sprinkled it all over his house, they said.
The incident came to light when the victim’s mother went to the anganwadi. Not finding her son there, she enquired and was told he has gone with Rao, police said.
The woman went to Rao’s house along with a group of villagers and found it locked. They broke the lock and found the boy’s body in the house. Villagers launched a search for Rao and managed to get hold of him. They tied him to a pole, thrashed and set him ablaze after pouring kerosene, police said.
After coming to know about the matter, police rushed to the village and rescued Rao, who was first taken to a local hospital and then shifted to Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) in Ongole, the district headquarters, for treatment.
Superintendent of Police C Srikant visited the village to get details of the incident. Lakshman said police have filed a case and investigation was in progress.
Election Commission (EC) chief Nasim Zaidi, along with his team, is going on a two-day visit to Bihar to review the preparations for the first, second and third phase of assembly elections in the state.The team includes Election Commissioners Achal Kumar Jyoti and O.P Rawat. Zaidi will hold meeting with the representatives of different political parties today afternoon.EC would also review meetings with Commissioner, Inspector General and SSP of those districts where 1st, 2nd and 3rd phase of elections are scheduled to be held. Zaidi will also meet the Chief Secretary, Home Secretary and Director General of Police, Bihar before returning to Delhi. The first phase of elections will be held on October 12, while the second and third phase will take place on October 16 and October 28. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
A young officer of the Intelligence Bureau was killed by insurgents in South Garo hills in Meghalaya.
A young officer of the Intelligence Bureau was killed by insurgents in South Garo hills in Meghalaya.Official sources said the officer, who is a new recruit in the rank of an Inspector, was kidnapped along with another person in South Garo hills when militants intercepted a Tata Sumo vehicle on Thursday. His body was found on Friday, the official said. The fate of the other person was not known.Sources said a new group called ASAC, a breakaway faction of ANVC, a known militant group in Meghalaya, was suspected to be behind the the kidnapping and killing of the IB officer. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
The directive by police to all service providers, on the eve of Eid, comes amidst the controversy over beef ban.
The measure has been taken because of the fear of communal tension in the backdrop of the High Court directive for implementation of an old law that bans slaughter and selling of beef. Some separatist groups have said they will defy the court order.
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Jammu and Kashmir will have to celebrate Eid-ul Zuha festival without Internet services, with the state government ordering termination of data services from tomorrow morning till Saturday night, as it apprehends misuse by anti-social elements to create communal tension.The directive by police to all service providers, on the eve of Eid, comes amidst the controversy over beef ban. In the order, Inspector General of Police (Kashmir) S J M Gillani directed the service providers to snap all data services from 5 AM tomorrow till 10 PM on Saturday.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”In view of the apprehension of misuse of data services (GPRS/2G/3G) by anti-national elements, which is likely to cause deterioration in law and order situation, you are requested to completely snap down the data services through GPRS/2G/3G and broadband in Kashmir Valley starting from 5 AM of September 25 till 10 PM of September 26″.Similar directive was conveyed to service operators in Jammu region. The ban has been imposed on Internet so that no videos are uploaded or social networking sites are accessible.The government has asked to service providers to ensure that the bandwidth of Internet is reduced to the bare minimum. The measure has been taken because of the fear of communal tension in the backdrop of the High Court directive for implementation of an old law that bans slaughter and selling of beef. Some separatist groups have said they will defy the court order.The administration fears that some mischievous elements would defy the recent court order directing the government to enforce the ban on slaughter of bovines and sale of beef and, as a mark of protest and would post the pictures on social media, creating communal tensions.
Ahmedabad: In a dramatic post-midnight development, the Gujarat High Court has directed the state government to find Hardik Patel, spearhead of Patel quota stir, after an aide moved a habeas corpus petition alleging that Hardik had been illegally detained by police.
Police had earlier claimed that Hardik had given them a slip when they went to detain him after he organised a public meeting allegedly without prior permission in Aravali district.
In a rare move, a division bench comprising justices MR Shah and K J Thaker heard the petition at 1.20 AM with Hardik’s aide Dinesh Patel seeking court’s intervention to direct authorities to produce Hardik.
The court issued notice to the Gujarat government, Director General of Police, Range Inspector General and Arvali District Superintendent of Police directing them to file reply tomorrow.
Public prosecutor Mitesh Amin said Hardik is not in police custody. However, the high court asked the state government to find Hardik saying “he is a citizen of the country”.
The hearing, conducted at the residence of one of the two judges, concluded 2.40 AM.
The petitioner submitted that he was with Hardik when the police tried to detain the 22-year-old leader. He alleged that Hardik must have been in police custody.
Advocate B M Mangukiya who appeared for Patel had earlier moved the plea before the registrar general after obtaining permission from acting chief justice Jayant Patel for conducting special hearing early this morning.
Hardik had on Tuesday organised a public meeting in Bayad taluka of Aravali district allegedly without prior permission. After the meeting, police tried to detain him but according to IG Hasmukh Patel he managed to evade them.
Police later registered an FIR against Hardik and 20 others for violating prohibitory orders.
Hardik is leading an agitation for inclusion of Patel community in OBC category for reservation.
In a rare move, a division comprising justices MR Shah and K J Thaker heard the petition at 1.20 AM with Hardik’s aide Dinesh Patel seeking court’s intervention to direct authorities to produce Hardik.
In a dramatic post-midnight development, the Gujarat High Court has directed the state government to find Hardik Patel, spearhead of Patel quota stir, after an aide moved a habeas corpus petition alleging that Hardik had been illegally detained by police.Police had earlier claimed that Hardik had given them a slip when they went to detain him after he organised a public meeting allegedly without prior permission in Aravali district.In a rare move, a division comprising justices MR Shah and K J Thaker heard the petition at 1.20 AM with Hardik’s aide Dinesh Patel seeking court’s intervention to direct authorities to produce Hardik.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The court issued notice to the Gujarat government, Director General of Police, Range Inspector General and Arvali District Superintendent of Police directing them to file reply on Thursday.Public prosecutor Mitesh Amin said Hardik is not police custody. However, the high court asked the state government to find Hardik saying “he is a citizen of the country”.The hearing conducted at the residence of one of the two judges concluded 2.40 AM.The petitioner submitted that he was with Hardik when the police tried to detain the 22-year-old leader. He alleged that Hardik must have been in police custody.Advocate B M Mangukiya who appeared for Patel had earlier moved the plea before the registrar general after obtaining permission from acting chief justice Jayant Patel for conducting special hearing early this morning.Hardik had yesterday organised a public meeting in Bayad taluka of Aravali district allegedly without prior permission.After the meeting, police tried to detain him but according to IG Hasmukh Patel he managed to evade them.Police later registered an FIR against Hardik and 20 others for violating prohibitory orders.Hardik is leading an agitation for inclusion of Patel community in OBC category for reservation.
He took up the job of as a security watchman to repay the loan, but apparently did not manage to do so.
A 58-year-old farmer committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree in Begumpet area here. As per CNN-IBN reports, the person was identified as Jaggolla Mallesham.G Mallesh, a native of Medak district in Telangana, committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree using a towel in a nearby compound area yesterday, Begumpet Police Station Inspector G Baswa Reddy said. Mallesham was cotton farmer and was not able to repay his loans. He took up the job of as a security watchman to repay the loan, but apparently did not manage to do so.”Mallesh was working as a security guard/watchman at an under construction apartment for the last 4-5 days. He earlier used to do agriculture and had now given his 2 acre land on lease,” Reddy added.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The incident came to light after some locals noticed a a body hanging from the tree, the officer said. A case under section 174 CrPC (police to enquire and report on suicide) was registered in this connection and investigations are underway, police said.
There have been several accidents involving LPG tankers in Kerala in recent years. In August 2012, an LPG tanker exploded after hitting a road divider at Chala in neighbouring Kannur District, killing 20 people and injuring scores.
A tanker carrying LPG overturned today after a head-on collision with a mini lorry on a national highway in the Kozhikode district, injuring three persons. There was no gas leak in the incident.The early morning mishap at Madapally near Vadakara prompted authorities to close the section of the highway and divert traffic as a precautionary measure while efforts were on to transfer the fuel to another vehicle, they said.The tanker was coming from Mangalapuram to Kochi when its driver attempted to overtake a car and collided with the fish-ladden mini lorry.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Drivers of the two lorries and the car were injured and had been admitted to the Medical College Hospital here, Sub-Inspector of Police Chombala Haris said.Experts from Indian Oil Corporation’s Chelari plant and Mangalapuram were making efforts to transfer the liquefied petroleum gas to another lorry and top district police officials were at the spot, he said.There have been several accidents involving LPG tankers in Kerala in recent years. In August 2012, an LPG tanker exploded after hitting a road divider at Chala in neighbouring Kannur District, killing 20 people and injuring scores.
Kavita’s first person account of her team’s ordeal evoked outrage on social media and has suddenly spurred the authorities into action after months of apathy.
Since January 8, 2015, Kavita, editor of Khabar Lahariya, a local language newspaper in rural Uttar Pradesh, has been inundated with lewd and threatening calls. Going by the name ‘Nishu’, the caller seemed to know the whereabouts of Kavita’s colleagues as well, and has been reportedly harassing the women journalists frequently with lascivious calls, leaving them shaken.In a first person account of her ordeal to The Ladies Finger, Kavita said that every attempt made by the team to get help from the police did not yield much result. After placing a complaint with the Women’s Helpline, when she attempted to file an FIR, the policemen at the Banda police station allegedly took turns to speak to the stalker on the phone and even tried to dismiss the case by offering solutions like changing her number and asking the men in her house to abuse the stalker. But they persisted and finally two FIRs – in Banda and Chitrakoot police stations – as well as a complaint in Mahoba were registered. However, the calls did not stop. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Instead, Kavita was reportedly asked to recount in explicit detail what the stalker spoke about, by Anirudh Prasad Pande, an Inspector at the Crime Branch in Banda. “Tell me which gaalis, and how he would say them? Whatever he would say on the phone, repeat that for me,” he reportedly said.While the team has been running from pillar to post from the last eight months, requesting for some progress in the investigation, the huge uproar on social media following Kavita’s account, seems to have finally woken up the system. Kavita told dna that she has been getting calls from various police departments regarding the issue now.Last year, in the backdrop of the Badaun and Azamgarh incidents, when a female reporter questioned Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav on the law and order situation in the state, he had retorted, “I hope you have not faced any danger!” Let’s hope he has a better response this time for the resilient women of the Khabar Lahariya team, who have been battling several social odds while doing their job. Also Read – Khabar Lahariya: Women lead rural reportage
An intensive search operation was launched following reports of large number of persons storing gelatin sticks in an illegal manner for carrying out mining and blasting rocks for construction work, he said.
Two days after an explosion claimed 89 lives in Petlawad town in tribal Jhabua district, police today recovered 69 detonators and large number of gelatin sticks from the residence of the brother of the main accused in the incident.Rajendra Kasawa, the main accused in connection with the incident, is absconding since the explosion occurred on Saturday, a police official said.Police recovered 69 detonators and two batteries from the Mahavir Colony residence of Narendra Kasawa, Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Virendra Singh Bais said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Gelatin sticks too were recovered from the place, but their exact number is not yet known, he said.Narendra is also absconding along with his family from Petlawad, he said.An intensive search operation was launched following reports of large number of persons storing gelatin sticks in an illegal manner for carrying out mining and blasting rocks for construction work, he said.A reward of Rs one lakh was earlier announced by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for information leading to the arrest of Rajendra Kasawa, as his administration came under scanner over allowing storage of explosives in a crowded residential area.Meanwhile, Chouhan, who had visited the blast site yesterday and also gone door-to-door meeting the affected families, reached Petlawad again today to meet the victims.The state government had yesterday announced an ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh to the kin of those killed in the explosion.At least 89 people were killed and nearly 100 injured after a massive blast caused by mining explosives stored in a building ripped through a crowded area in Petlawad town.The blast completely destroyed at least two buildings –one in which explosive material for digging wells was stored and an adjacent restaurant, and damaging several houses.The explosion took place in the building of Kasawa who had a licence to use explosive material for digging wells. He stored the explosive material, including gelatin sticks in huge quantity, in the residential building having two shops in it and situated close to the busy Sethia Restaurant in new bus stand area, a police official said.
After a preliminary inquiry, an FIR was registered in this connection and the accused was arrested under section 8 of The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO).
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Principal of a school in suburban Andheri was arrested for allegedly sexually abusing a six-year-old student.The accused– Rozario Alphonso, principal of St. Xavier’s High School– was arrested on Friday for the alleged crime and was produced in the court later, which remanded him in police custody till September 14. The arrest was made after the parents of the victim registered a complaint with the MIDC police. The incident had taken place on August 31.”The principal touched the boy inappropriately in a school bathroom and sexually abused him. The boy told about the incident to his mother, following which his parents lodged a complaint,” Senior Police Inspector of MIDC police station, Rajaram Mandge said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>After a preliminary inquiry, an FIR was registered in this connection and the accused was arrested under section 8 of The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO), he added. The victim’s parents said that when their son told them about the incident, they decided to meet the principal.”But, when we went to the school to meet the principal, he was not there, following which we called a child help line and then reported the incident to the police station,” the boy’s mother said.
Amravati (Maharashtra): A 25-year-old Dalit woman was allegedly gangraped by seven youths, including two juveniles, on the pretext of giving her financial help in Chandur Bazar police station area in the district, police said on Thursday.
The seven accused, including two juveniles, were arrested on Thursday, they said.
The victim on Wednesday evening asked one of the accused who was her acquaintance for a help of Rs 1,500, to which he agreed and asked her to come to Riddhapur town with his friend, Inspector S R Rajput of Chandur Bazar police station said.
His friend picked her up from her residence and drove her to a farm on Jalnapur-Riddhapur road, where he, along with six others, gangraped the woman, Rajput said.
Acting upon the victim’s complaint, the police arrested all the seven accused, identified as – Sandeep Thakare, Shiva Jamthe, Santosh Lakhan Sanskar, Prafulla Waghade, Shivam Wankhade and the two juveniles, he said.
The woman has a seven-year-old daughter and was staying away from her husband, though the couple are not formally separated, he further said.
A case has been registered under relevant sections of the IPC and under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, he said, adding the offence is being investigated by Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) Paunikar.
During routine patrolling in the wee hours today along the North Dhariwal Border outpost of Amritsar sector, jawans noticed suspicious activities of Pakistani smugglers
Personnel searched the spot and seized six packets of heroin, each containing one kg of the drug (Representational image)
Border Security Force (BSF) today seized heroin weighing six kg, worth around Rs 30 crore in the international market, from near a border outpost at the international border, a senior official said on Sunday. During routine patrolling in the wee hours today along the North Dhariwal Border outpost of Amritsar sector, jawans noticed suspicious activities of Pakistani smugglers, Deputy Inspector General of Punjab Frontier of BSF, R S Katiyar said. When the force personnel challenged the smugglers, they fled from the spot in the cover of grass, he said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Personnel searched the spot and seized six packets of heroin, each containing one kg of the drug, valuing Rs 30 crore in international market, he said. This year the BSF has recovered 75 kg of heroin along the border area in Amritsar sector till now while 151 kg of drug has been seized from across the state, the DIG added.
A plea has also been moved by Prabhaben Patel in the Gujarat High Court which stated that Swetang Patel was beaten by the police in custody after which he died. The Gujarat High Court had ordered a second autopsy of Swetang’s body which stated that he had died due to a severe head injury.
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Prabhaben Patel, the mother of Swetang Patel who had died allegedly in police custody, on Tuesday requested senior police authorities to enhance security of the witnesses in the custodial death case.In a letter written to Director General of Police P C Thakur and city police commissioner Shivanand Jha, Prabhaben Patel said, “Security of eye witnesses and victims of the police atrocity must be enhanced since the accused police personnel is trying to influence them and their well wishers.””Witnesses are being threatened by private persons that if they become witnesses or give any statements about police custodial death cases, they will not be able to live once this chapter (of custodial death) is closed,” Prabhaben Patel stated in the letter. She also alleged that a couple of witnesses have left their houses due to the constant threats from the police.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”If the assurance of security is not given to witnesses of the case, then it will cause huge harm to the case of my son’s custodial death case,” she wrote.The application has also been sent to the Gujarat Home Secretary, Additional Director General of Law and Order and the Inspector General of Police of the CID. Allegedly, Swetang Patel was taken away forcibly by the police on August 25 during the Patel community’s agitation demanding reservation under the Other Backward Caste (OBC) category.A plea has also been moved by Prabhaben Patel in the Gujarat High Court which stated that Swetang Patel was beaten by the police in custody after which he died. The Gujarat High Court had ordered a second autopsy of Swetang’s body which stated that he had died due to a severe head injury.Observing that prima facie it is a case of homicide, the Gujarat High Court had directed the administration on Friday to register a First Information Report (FIR) and also ordered a CID probe into Swetang’s death.
Based on specific intelligence, personnel of the Assam police and Army launched an operation in Oxiguri village in Chirang district early today, Inspector General of Police, BTAD, L R Bishnoi said.
Two NDFB(S) cadre, wanted in connection with the massacre of Adivasis, were on Saturday killed in an encounter with a joint team of Assam Police and Army.Based on specific intelligence, personnel of the Assam police and Army launched an operation in Oxiguri village in Chirang district early today, Inspector General of Police, BTAD, L R Bishnoi said. “Two hardcore NDFB(S) militants were killed in the encounter,” he said. The militants were identified as Gwndai and Junthi, both ‘platoon commanders’ of the NDFB(S).<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”They were responsible for the massacre of Adivasis on December 23, 2014. “They had also brutally killed a Class 10 student Priya Basumatary, whom they suspected of being a police informer,” Bishnoi said. The senior police official said one M-16 rifle along with magazines, an AK-47 rifle with magazines and one pistol were recovered from them along with a huge quantity of ammunition and other personal items.
Nagaland Governor PB Acharya has urged security forces to take extra care and precaution in handling any law and order situation keeping in mind the peace agreement between the Centre and NSCN(IM).
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Nagaland Governor PB Acharya has urged security forces to take extra care and precaution in handling any law and order situation keeping in mind the peace agreement between the Centre and NSCN(IM).”All the citizens and security agencies should have one goal to achieve and that is peace,” the Governor said during an interaction with General Officer Commanding (GoC) 3 Corps, Rangapahar, Lt Gen Bipin Rawat at Raj Bhavan on Friday.The GoC made a courtesy call on the Governor and briefed him on the security situation in the state, a Raj Bhavan official said today.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Lt Gen Rawat was accompanied by Deputy Inspector General, Assam Rifles (North), Brig Rajeev Nanda and other high-ranking officers of Assam Rifles, the official said.Meanwhile, 6 Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN(K) militants were killed in Noklak,Tuensang (Nagaland) by the Indian Army on Friday.
Haryana becomes the first Indian state to set up all-women police stations in all its 21 districts, the BBC’s Geeta Pandey reports from Gurgaon.
Policemen from the GRP and a Bareilly station quarrelled over jurisdiction over the removal of the body of a dead man lying on the tracks on Thursday, even as the body was run over by 16 more trains.
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Policemen from the GRP and a Bareilly station quarrelled over jurisdiction over the removal of the body of a dead man lying on the tracks on Thursday, even as the body was run over by 16 more trains.According to a report in a prominent newspaper, senior railway officials stepped in six hours after the man died, even as the GRP and Bareilly police continued to argue.However, by then the man’s body had been mutilated beyond recognition. The unidentified man was first run over by the Akal Takht Express from Howrah to Amritsar. The accident took place at the Shamshan Bhoomi crossing under Quila police station around 6:18 am on Thursday.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The man died instantly, but the locals informed the Quila police station, according to the prominent daily. The train’s driver alerted the control room at Bareilly railway station. The Bareilly station master immediately brought the matter to the notice of GRP officials at Bareilly railway station. But GRP staff asked police at Quila police station to take the body into their custody and send it for postmortem. Following this, there was a bitter war of words between the GRP and local police, with neither side ready to take the body. They continued fighting for more than six hours. Meanwhile, more than 16 speeding trains ran over the corpse, including the Saryu Yamuna Express, Poorbiya Express, PBR Express, Gharib Nawaz Express, Awadh-Assam express and the Gharib Rath. It was only after senior railway officials stepped in that the body was taken into custody by Quila police at around 12 noon and sent for postmortem, says the report.”After the GRP refused to take the body into custody, we have sent it for postmortem. The corpse of the man, in his early 20’s, will be kept at the mortuary for 72 hours and if no one turns up to claim it, we will conduct the last rites at government expense. As of now, his identity has not been established,” said Quila police station inspector Qamrul Hasan, talking to the prominent daily. Inspector, GRP Bareilly, Chandrashekhar Gupta however continued to argue his point even after the terrible incident. “We were informed about the incident by the station master, but the accident spot comes under the jurisdiction of Quila police station and it is their duty to collect the body and send it for postmortem.”
Pune: In a bizarre case, a parrot accused of “hurling obscenities” at an octogenarian woman was summoned to a police station at Rajura in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district on Monday after a complaint against its owner that he had allegedly tutored his caged pet to do so.
The police was at its wit’s end after 85-year-old Janabai Sakharkar accused her stepson Suresh of teaching his parrot ‘Hariyal’, to shower abuses at her whenever she passed by his house.
In order to verify the agitated woman’s complaint, the police called all the three involved, including Janabai, her stepson Suresh and Hariyal the parrot to the police station.
However, the parrot seemed to have became conscious of khaki clad policmen and kept mum when his cage was brought near Janabai, to see if it would hurl any obscenities at her.
“There is a dispute over land and property between the woman and her stepson. We watched the parrot carefully but it did not utter a word at the police station after being confronted by the complainant,” Police Inspector P S Dongre told reporters.
Although Hariyal never showed any alleged penchant to abuse the woman, the police decided to hand it over to forest department officials, after taking into account the harassed mental condition of the aged woman.
Central Reserve Police Forces’ martyred Second-in-Command rank officer H K Jha also became the lone paramilitary officer to have been decorated with the ‘Shaurya Chakra’, a military medal, for displaying gallant action in Bihar last year to eliminate some top Maoist leaders.
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A total of 824 central and state forces police personnel were awarded gallantry and other service medals on the eve of Independence Day.The top honour of Presidents Police Medal for Gallantry (PPMG) has been given to three Punjab police officials, including slain SP Baljit Singh, who participated in the operation during the July 27 Gurdaspur attack in which three heavily armed militants were killed. Apart from Singh’s colleagues Inspector Balbir Singh and Head Constable Tara Singh, Meghalaya police DSP T C Chacko has also been honoured with the top medal.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A maximum of 64 Police Medal for Gallantry (PMG) have been received by country’s largest paramilitary force CRPF, largely for operations in the Left Wing Extremism hit states. The central force has got maximum bravery awards among all police forces in the country for the last over six years now. Central Reserve Police Forces’ martyred Second-in-Command rank officer H K Jha also became the lone paramilitary officer to have been decorated with the ‘Shaurya Chakra’, a military medal, for displaying gallant action in Bihar last year to eliminate some top Maoist leaders.Two Jammu and Kashmir police constables Mohd Shafi Sheikh and Reyaz Ahmed Lone have also been decorated with the ‘Shaurya Chakra’ posthumously for undertaking action against militants in the Valley. Police personnel who have been awarded the PMG include 18 from Jharkhand, 15 from Uttar Pradesh, 14 from Jharkhand and eight from Meghalaya among others.The President’s police medal for distinguished service has been given to 76 officers and police medal for meritorious service has been accorded to 595 personnel, a Home Ministry statement said.Apart from these, 44 personnel have been awarded the President’s correctional service medal for distinguished and meritorious service.Thirty-three personnel from Jammu and Kashmir Police figured in the list of awardees for the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service, Meritorious Service and for Gallantry, which were announced today.”On the occasion of Independence Day-2015, Centre has announced President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service, Police Medal for Meritorious Service and Police Medal for Gallantry. The awardees include 33 personnel from Jammu and Kashmir Police,” an official spokesman said. He said President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service has been awarded to IGP Security, Jagjit Kumar and DIG CID, Jammu, Ali Mohammad.Police Medal for Meritorious Service has been awarded to Assistant Sub-Inspector Mohammad Yaqoob Bhat, Deputy Superintendent of Police PTWS Jammu Javed Iqbal, Inspector (Police Headquarters) Syed Sajad Hussain, Head Constable CID Technical Cell Jammu, Veer Ji Pandita and Inspector Vigilance Kashmir Mohamad Rafi Parray.Head Constable IRP 18th Battalion Farooq Ahmad Magray, DSP SSG, Rashid Khan, SSP CID SB Hqrs, Jammu Virender Sharma, Sub-Inspector Technical Headquarter, Bashir Ahmad Magray, DSP CID Cell New Delhi Aijaz Ahmed Bhat, HC SOG Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Wani, HC JKAP 12th Battallion Rashpal Singh, DSP Headquarter, Srinagar Abdul Aziz Qadri, SDPO Hazratbal Zahid Ahmad Lone, HC JKAP 13th Battalion, Ghulam Mohi-ud-din Tantray, DSP STC Sheeri Ravinder Pal Singh and DSP Welfare (PHQ) Madhu Bandral are the other awardees for the Police Medal for Meritorious Service.
The state government had suspended Thakur on July 13, hours after he approached the Union Home Ministry seeking a CBI probe into the rape case slapped against him.
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Local police on Friday failed to present its report before Chief Judicial Magistrate Lucknow on the complaint filed by suspended IPS officer Amitabh Thakur to register an FIR against Mulayam Singh Yadav for threatening him over phone with dire consequences.CJM Som Prabha Misra took the non-submission of the report by the Hazratganj police seriously, both on August 4 and today, and sternly asked the police to submit it soon. The court also fixed August 24 as the next date of hearing, Thakur’s RTI activist wife Nutan Thakur said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Earlier, Thakur had presented the complaint to Inspector Hazratganj Vijaymal Singh Yadav on July 11 and to SSP Lucknow Rajesh Pandey on July 23, but the Hazratganj police failed to register the FIR against SP chief for threatening him over phone on July 10. Inspector Hazratganj had intimated Thakur through a letter dated July 17 that his complaint has been enquired into and has been found ‘to be not true.’Calling this enquiry against the provisions of law, Thakur moved the complaint on July 31 under section 156(3) CrPC before the CJM for registration of FIR, on which the CJM had sought report from the police station. The state government had suspended Thakur on July 13, hours after he approached the Union Home Ministry seeking a CBI probe into the rape case slapped against him. At that time, Thakur was posted as IG (Civil Defence). He was served a 200-page charge sheet and a vigilance inquiry was also initiated against him.
Four policemen and a Central Reserve Police Force personnel in Srinagar have been injured in a grenade attack by suspected militants.
Grenade attack near police station in Srinagar
Four security forces personnel, including an officer of paramilitary CRPF, were injured today when suspected militants lobbed a grenade outside a police station in downtown area of the city here. The militants hurled the grenade at a naka party outside Khanyar police station of the city this evening, police said. They said the grenade exploded and caused injuries to a Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) of CRPF and one ASI and two constables of Jammu and Kashmir Police. The injured have been taken to a hospital for first-aid, the police said. They said search has been launched to nab the attackers.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>While in Shopian, an army jawan was injured after militants opened fire on their vehicle in the south Kashmir district. Militants opened fire on a private vehicle hired by army for patrolling at Tharina village in Shopian, 52 kms from here, resulting in injuries to one soldier, a police official said. He said the injured soldier was rushed to Army hospital at Awantipora. Further details of the incident are awaited, he added.With agency inputs
The ADGP said eight companies of Border Security Force (BSF) have been deployed in the border range, besides further tightening of security.
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ADGP (Law and Order) Rohit Chaudhary on Monday reviewed the security arrangements in Batala district, following the terror attack on Dina Nagar police station a fortnight ago. He held a closed-door meeting with top police officers, including Inspector General (Border Range) Lok Nath Angra.Later speaking to mediapersons here, Angra said eight companies of Border Security Force (BSF) have been deployed in the border range, besides further tightening of security. SSP Harpreet Singh, SP (Investigation) Pardeep Malik and SP headquarters Jatinder Singh Mand were also present in the meeting. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
Glaring irregularities in recruitments for various government jobs by Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board, or Vyapam, are being probed by CBI.
The total number of FIRs in Vyapam scam by CBI on Saturday crossed 50 mark with five new cases registered by the agency in connection with alleged irregularities in the conduct of Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board examinations. With registration of five new cases, the total FIRs have touched 53.CBI spokesperson said on Saturday the first case has been registered against three accused regarding alleged illegalities committed in the Police Constable Recruitment Test 2012 conducted by Vyapam. The second case related to allegations of cheating and forgery against 30 accused persons regarding alleged illegalities committed in the Pre Medical Test 2006 conducted by Vyapam, she said. The third case has been registered regarding alleged irregularities in the Sub Inspector Recruitment Test 2013, the official said adding that the fourth case is against two accused persons, relating to alleged illegalities committed in Police Constable Recruitment Test 2012.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The spokesperson said fifth case is against one accused person, relating to alleged illegalities committed in the Police Constable Recruitment Test 2009 conducted by Vyapam. The probe was handed over to CBI by Supreme Court.Glaring irregularities in recruitments for various government jobs by Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board, or Vyapam, are being probed by CBI. Professionals, high-profile politicians and bureaucrats are believed to be involved in it. Former state Education Minister Laxmikant Sharma and several top bureaucrats are currently in jail in connection with the scam. Madhya Pradesh Governor Ram Naresh Yadav has also been accused of favouring some aspirants.
Surinder Singh and his companions had allegedly beaten and manhandled a worker of NDMC Mukesh who was part of a team that was conducting a routine check of encroachment in Tughlaq Road area on August 4.
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Aam Aadmi Party on Friday launched a vitriolic attack on Delhi police, saying they were planning to book AAP MLA Surinder Singh, who has been charged with assaulting an NDMC worker, under stringent sections at the behest of a former MLA. The party also claimed that police was reluctant to file an FIR against the NDMC officials, who were found extorting money from a vendor, in whose support Singh had come.”Senior Delhi Police officials have instructed the police, at the behest of a former MLA, to book Singh under stringent sections,” party leader Ashutosh said, without naming anyone.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”Even the vendor was beaten and money was being extorted from him. The police has registered an FIR at the behest of the NDMC official, but the poor vendor has been waiting for three days for getting an FIR registered,” he said. Singh and his companions had allegedly beaten and manhandled a worker of NDMC Mukesh who was part of a team that was conducting a routine check of encroachment in Tughlaq Road area on August 4.Sanitary Inspector R J Meena said the NDMC team was acting against a vendor for encroachment when the MLA arrived and started arguing in favour of him and later beat up Mukesh along with his men.A case was registered against Singh and two other persons under various sections of the IPC and SC/ST Act, on Meena’s complaint. An ACP level officer is supervising the probe into the incident. Police has summoned Singh twice for interrogation, but he has failed to turn up.”While a case has been filed against ST/SC Act, the police fails to realise that vendor too is from the same community,” senior party leader Sanjay Singh said.
The pyre was lit by Rockey’s elder brother Rohit Kumar.
BSF officers pay tributes to the soldiers who were killed in militant attack at Jammu- Srinagar National Highway in Udhampur
BSF trooper Rockey, who laid down his life fighting militants in the Udhampur terror attack, was cremated at his native Ramgarh Majra village here today with full state honours.The pyre was lit by Rockey’s elder brother Rohit Kumar. Kumar had emptied his entire magazine containing 40 bullets when two heavily-armed militants attacked the BSF convoy in Udhampur on August 5, saving the day for the force and safeguarding the lives of 44 unarmed personnel. BSF Deputy Inspector General (DIG) A K Gulia, officials of the district administration and police, and other soldiers were present at the funeral.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The body was brought to Yamunanagar Last night and kept at civil hospital. Haryana Speaker Kanwarpal presented homage to the martyr and minister Karan Dev Kamboj joined the funeral on behalf of Haryana Government. BSF officials said the 25-year-old trooper kept the militants engaged and did not allow them to lob grenades on the bus full of BSF personnel as reinforcement reached the spot only after 20 minutes.Rockey’s colleague and driver of the bus Shubhendu Roy was also killed in the attack when militant punctured the tyres of the bus to immobilise it and then took targets to hit BSF men present inside in Udhampur district yesterday. As top BSF officials praised the courage of the trooper, a pall of gloom had descended on this nondescript village in Haryana.The brave heart’s father Preetpal had said his son was with the family just two weeks back. “Little did I no that he will meet this fate,” Preetpal had said. He, however, added, “My village and the entire country feels proud that he has laid down his life for the nation’s sake”. Rockey is survived by father Preetpal, mother Angrozei Devi, brother Rohit and younger sister Neha. Rockey had joined the force nearly two-and-a-half years ago.
Skulls, skeleton, gelatin sticks, detonator, swords, tiger skin and fake notes recovered; baba flees, accomplices held
The tribals of Vikramgadh were in for rude shock when around seven buried bodies went missing from a burial ground there a few months ago. Little did they realise then that the bodies of their kin were used by a local tantrik to fool people, promising ‘paiso ki barish’. The mystery was cleared on Thursday, after police searched baba’s ashram. By then, baba had fled and police had to be content arresting two of his accomplices. The accused self-styled godman, Tukaram Dambali, 35, used to bring ‘clients’ to his ashram atop a hillock of Sakhra village in Vikramgadh, around 125 kms from Mumbai, through his agents in Mumbai and Gujarat. The agents lure gullible clients with the promise of doubling their riches. Tukram, after unearthing buried corpses from behind his ashram, used the skulls and other remains of the dead tribals for puja to impress clients.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> “We had received complaints from the tribals about bodies going missing from the burial ground. A family had also informed us about the black magic rituals conducted at the ashram,” said a Vikramgadh police official. “When we searched the ashram we found 10 skulls, 1 skeleton, 3 gelatine sticks, 1 detonator, 3 swords, a tiger skin and fake currency notes with print on one side,” he said. “The tantrik managed to escape the hillock, while we arrested two of his associates. Statements were obtained from two witness too,” the official said adding the “baba will be arrested soon”. Sunil Nandvalkar, Inspector, Vikramgadh police station, said cases have been booked against the accused under various sections of the IPC and other relevant sections of Arms Act, Explosives Act and the Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human sacrifice and black magic Act, 2013. “Seven bodies and other body parts have been claimed so far and we would send it for forensic analysis. We are investigating as to why the baba kept the explosives with him,” said Nandvalkar. Vijay Patel, a local resident who complained to the police about the missing bodies from the burial grounds, said, “The skulls and skeletons were used to scare the clients, so that they won’t confront him once they realise that they have been fooled,” said Patel. “Poor tribals too were afraid of the baba and never spoke against him even as clients in swanky cars came to the hillock from different places of Gujarat, Thane and Mumbai. He ran a major racket and had his agents located in various places,” said Patel.
Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Police on Thursday claimed that terrorists involved in Wednesday’s Udhampur attack on a BSF convoy were trained ‘fidayeens’ and backed by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
“During the course of preliminary investigation, it transpired that the terrorists involved in the attack are trained ‘fidayeens’ and backed by Pakistan’s ISI in order to wage war against the government of India,” police said.
Asked about the route used by the militant to cross over to J&K from Pakistan, Inspector General of BSF, Jammu Frontier, Rakesh Sharma, said, “It is matter of investigation. Interrogation is being done by J&K Police. I cannot definitely say anything on that.”
Replying to another question whether the attack was meant for Amarnath yatra convoy, he said, “It is matter of interrogation what was their intentions. One terrorist has been captured alive and I hope to get some facts out.”
Sharma said that there is best possible security along International Border and it is not easy to cross over to this side.
On the question whether BSF was a target, he said it was chance and BSF was not main target of terrorists. “They were looking for a target and BSF convoy passed and it was targeted.”
He said that BSF will conduct assessment of border belt along IB and if there is any goof-up in security we will take action.
A team of NIA, a central probe agency created after the 2008 Mumbai attack, headed by Inspector General Sanjeev Kumar Singh, has been camping in Jammu since Wednesday and has visited the site of the encounter, official sources said.
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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday took over the case of yesterday’s Udhampur terror strike in which a Pakistani terrorist, who was caught alive by villagers, has said that he had undergone training in two different modules with Lashker-e-Taiba terror group. A team of NIA, a central probe agency created after the 2008 Mumbai attack, headed by Inspector General Sanjeev Kumar Singh, has been camping in Jammu since yesterday and has visited the site of the encounter, official sources said.Singh has been dealing with several terror related cases including the Burdhwan blast of West Bengal. In the Udhampur attack, two heavily-armed terrorists believed to be from Pakistan ambushed a convoy of BSF personnel and opened fire in which two constables and a militant were killed while another terrorist was caught alive in a manner identical to the nabbing of 26/11 attacker Ajmal Kasab.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A case under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Arms Act and various sections of Indian Penal Code has been registered against the arrested Lashker-e-Taiba terrorist Mohammed Naved Yakub, who has claimed that he hailed from Faislabad in Pakistan. His accomplice, identified by him as Noman alias Momin, was killed in retaliatory firing by BSF. The NIA team will examine the BSF personnel which was part of the convoy and the villagers who had shown exemplary bravery in nabbing the armed terrorist, the sources said.Naved, who remained composed during the night-long interrogation, told sleuths that he had undergone two training modules–‘Daur-e-Aam’ and ‘Daura-e-Khas’–of Lashker-e-Taiba terror group. While the first module teaches the terror cadre of physical fitness, mountaineering and using of small arms, in the second they are trained in assault rifles and manufacture of small explosives.In his early 20s, Naved disclosed that he had entered into India through Baramulla in North Kashmir area by cutting the fencing. During interrogation, he said that he had stayed at Tangmarg and Baba Reshi and shifted their base to Awantipura-Pulwama in South Kashmir where he remained inside a cave located on a hill side.The group split into two and he along with Noman moved to Kulgam in South Kashmir from where they boarded a truck to Jammu yesterday. They got down at Udhampur after staying at Patnitop for night. Naved will be taken to all the places in which he had claimed to have stayed after infiltrating from across the border.
Mumbai: A 15-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped by six persons at a shop in suburban Chembur in the wee hours of Wednesday and all the accused were arrested, police said.
According to police, the incident took place around 2.30 am inside a lottery shop named ‘Harsha Enterprises’ located in Pestom Sagar Colony in Chembur.
The lottery shop, which was opened on Monday, is owned by underworld gangster Chhota Rajan’s associate Vimal Rattesar, they said, adding that one Rajesh Rajusth is the caretaker of the shop.
The alleged crime came to light after a rickshaw driver, who dropped a customer at a building located opposite the lottery shop early Wednesday morning, informed the police.
“When the driver heard a woman’s cries coming from inside the shop, he alerted the police and told them that something fishy was going on inside,” Senior Inspector of Tilak Nagar police station Bhagwat Sonavane said.
A police van, which was on the night patrol in the area, rushed to the shop and caught all the six accused from the spot, he said.
During the course of investigation, police found that Rajusth had thrown a party late last night for his bodyguards and other people working for him to celebrate the launch of the lottery shop.
The arrested accused had also brought liquor and made the minor victim consume alcohol and asked her to dance on some film numbers before sexually assaulting her, police said.
“Police are trying to find out whether the girl had gone to the shop with one of the arrested accused, whom she knew,
or whether she was forcefully brought there with the intention to gang rape,” Sonavane added.
Rajusth, along with his bodyguard Vinod was also present inside the shop till 1.30 am and police suspect their involvement in the crime. “Police are on the lookout for Rajusth and his bodyguard Vinod,” Sonavane said.
The victim has been admitted to Rajawadi hospital in Ghatkopar East and the accused were arrested under relevant sections of the IPC and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POSCO) Act.
All the accused are residents of Lal Dongar area in Chembur Naka.
Further investigation in the case on, police said.
BJP MLA Michael Lobo on Monday demanded that imprisoned Goa Vikas Party (GVP) legislator Fransisco Miccky Pacheco should be granted parole by the state government to allow him to participate in the ongoing Legislative Assembly session.
BJP MLA Michael Lobo on Monday demanded that imprisoned Goa Vikas Party (GVP) legislator Fransisco Miccky Pacheco should be granted parole by the state government to allow him to participate in the ongoing Legislative Assembly session.”Pacheco has been sentenced and is undergoing a six-month term. I am requesting Chief Minister (Laxmikant Parsekar) to grant him parole,” Lobo told reporters on the sidelines of the ongoing Assembly session which began today. Lobo, who represents Calangute constituency, said “Every legislator needs to be present in the House so that issues related to his constituency can be discussed on the floor of the House.”<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Pacheco, who was elected from Nuvem constituency, is currently undergoing six months imprisonment for slapping a government servant and has already applied for parole. “The Inspector General of Prison should immediately grant the parole. As per law, every convict gets parole on different grounds. He has served more than one month sentence.If government wants they can give parole by evening,” he added. He further demanded, “By tomorrow he should be here”. Earlier in the day, Goa Assembly Speaker Rajendra Arlekar told PTI that he would not mind Pacheco attending the session, if he is granted permission by the court or IGP.”I want him to participate in the session as he is representing his constituents,” he said.
The video footage her playing cricket wearing uniform during night duty hours.
A woman inspector who played cricket in front of the police station during duty hours here has landed in trouble with a video of the ‘match’ going viral and a departmental enquiry being ordered into her conduct. Police said Inspector Amudha Selvi saw her driver with a new bat he had purchased for his son and enquired about it. She played cricket with him and the youth brigade member in the street in front of the police station. The video footage showed all of them playing cricket wearing uniform during night duty hours. The Inspector is seen both batting and bowling. A police officer who did not wish to be named said it was common for people to try out a new bat or any other sports equipment and this been blown out of proportion by the person who recorded the event.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> On coming to know of it, Ramanathapuram Superintendent of Police Mayilvahanan ordered a departmental enquiry on Saturday. The driver has been transferred to the Armed Reserve Police, pending investigation against the Inspector.
WASHINGTON Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sent at least four emails containing classified material from her personal account while she was U.S. secretary of state, the Wall Street Journal said on Friday, citing an inspector general’s review.
The Inspector General of the Intelligence Community said the information in the emails should have been considered “secret,” the second-highest level of classification, according to the Journal.
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Curfew was clamped on Tuesday in Jamshedpur after group clashes over an alleged incident of eve teasing at Mango area last night even as Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das appealed for peace.
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Curfew was clamped on Tuesday in Jamshedpur after group clashes over an alleged incident of eve teasing at Mango area last night even as Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das appealed for peace.As tension prevailed, the authorities imposed curfew with immediate effect which will remain in force till further orders in the steel city and peripheral areas, East Singhbhum district Deputy Commissioner Amitabh Kaushal and Senior Superintendent of Police Anup T Mathew told a press conference here.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The officials said all schools will remain closed on Tuesday. Altogether six FIRs were lodged during the last 24 hours after the clash broke out between two groups at Mango police station area over the incident.As many as 150 people were named accused in the FIRs and 103 people were arrested in connection with the clash, they said. In a related development, Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das tonight ordered an inquiry into the clash.Das, who appealed for peace, also directed setting up a two-member committee, which would also comprise the Deputy Inspector General of Police (Kolhan) RK Dhan, to look into the incident and take stringent action against the guilty, an official release said.
The Inspector General-rank officer and his wife Nutan Thakur on Sunday went to the office of Gomti Nagar Circle Officer Satyasen Yadav and gave an 11-page application, claiming that the rape case was fabricated.
Suspended IPS officer Amitabh Thakur on Sunday alleged that the Ghaziabad woman, who has accused him of rape, was being used as a “puppet” by UP Mining minister Gayatri Prajapati and the case was part of a “larger conspiracy”.The Inspector General-rank officer and his wife Nutan Thakur on Sunday went to the office of Gomti Nagar Circle Officer Satyasen Yadav and gave an 11-page application, claiming that the rape case was fabricated.In the application, they claimed that the case was part of a “larger conspiracy and the Mining minister, SCW Chairman Zarina Usmani and member Ashok Pandey and a few policemen were involved in this conspiracy, who are using this woman as a puppet”.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”Woman’s false case does not mention even basic facts like when Nutan went to Ghaziabad, when and where the lady met her through which political leader, why the woman accepted the promise for a job so easily etc,” it said.They also mentioned SSI Gomtinagar Ramraj Kushwaha’s report dated May 21 given to CJM Court Lucknow, which they said mentioned that the location of woman’s mobile numbers were not found to be in Gomtinagar area but at Naka Hindola and Charbagh.On July 11, an FIR was registered at Gomti Nagar police station of Lucknow against Thakur under sections 376 (rape), 504 (intentional insult) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC, on the basis of an earlier complaint by a Ghaziabad-based woman. The IPS officer’s wife has been named a co-accused in the FIR.Thakur has sought central force protection and a CBI probe into the rape case. Tha case was registered hours after the officer had lodged a complaint against Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav for allegedly threatening him.Thakur has said Mulayam threatened him after his wife Nutan filed a complaint before the UP Lokayukta against thje state Mines minister.
Meawhile, the BSF did not offer any sweets to their counterparts along the International Board as a mark of protest against the ongoing spate of ceasefire violations along this frontier and also the Line of Control (LoC).
Amid the prevailing tension between India and Pakistan over ceasefire violations along their border, Pakistani Rangers today refused to accept the sweets offered by the BSF on the occasion of Eid.Border guarding forces of the two countries have been following a tradition of exchanging sweets on festivals at the International Border in Jammu and along the Attari-Wagah border in Amritsar in Punjab.Border Security Force (BSF) Deputy Inspector General in Amritsar, MF Farooqui, told reporters that their gesture of giving sweets on the occasion of Eid was not reciprocated from the other side along the Attari-Wagah border.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”We give sweets on Eid every time. The Rangers have not accepted it today. We always want to maintain peace and tranquillity on the border,” he said.However, the BSF did not offer any sweets to their counterparts along the IB. A senior BSF commander at its headquarters in Delhi told PTI that the force did not “offer” Eid sweets along the IB to Rangers as a mark of protest against the ongoing spate of ceasefire violations along this frontier and also the Line of Control (LoC) which have claimed few lives and injured many in the last few days.In the wake of repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistani Rangers, India has warned Pakistan of “effective and forceful” response to unprovoked firing and cross-border terrorism.
Over a month after a Dornier aircraft of the Coast Guard went missing with three crew members on board, the Defence Ministry has reported a “major breakthrough” in finding it.
After a little more than a month of intensive search, the debris of the missing Coast Guard Dornier aircraft and its Flight Data Recorder were located on Friday off Tamil Nadu coastline, a top official said.”We have found the debris of the aircraft and the flight data recorder of the missing Dornier today and it was found in the location of search along Tamil Nadu coastline somewhere off Chidambaram-Cuddalore,” Coast Guard Inspector General Satya Prakash Sharma told PTI.The flight data recorder and the debris were located by Reliance vessel Olympic Canyon, he said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>He declined to elaborate further stating it will be made available soon.The Dornier flight with three crew members, all deputy commandants, went missing on June 8 after a routine maritime surveillance sortie along Tamil Nadu coastline.An intensive search involving aircraft, ships of the Coast Guard, Navy and several other government agencies including the Coastal Security Group of Tamil Nadu Police was carried out for weeks together.The family members of those on board the Dornier had urged the Defence Ministry and Coast Guard authorities to speed up the search and end the uncertainty surrounding the disappearance of the aircraft and its crew.