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.
He sought the mobile numbers of SHOs at the recently held annual DGPs meet in Rann of Kutch, Gujarat. While it is anybody’s guess what will be the content of PM’s SMS, he is expected to praise their difficult work and exhort them to make police personnel under them public friendly.
Continuing with his innovative approach, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will connect with the Station House Officers (SHOs) of over 14,000 police stations of the country by sending his personal message on their mobile phones on the Republic Day.He sought the mobile numbers of SHOs at the recently held annual DGPs meet in Rann of Kutch, Gujarat. While it is anybody’s guess what will be the content of PM’s SMS, he is expected to praise their difficult work and exhort them to make police personnel under them public friendly.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The meet of the country top cops deliberated on several issues including the need to have a specific central law for the organised crimes that in addition to the traditional spheres of activities like extortion, protection money, contract killing, boot-legging, gambling, prostitution and smuggling now also includes drug trafficking, printing and smuggling counterfeit currency, illicit arms trading and money laundering.The conference spread in several packed sessions for two-an-half days also dwelt on the need to identify and fill the gaps to tackle cyber crimes and economic offences. It also sought amendment in the criminal procedure code (CrPC) to tackle delays in criminal jurisprudence.In a marathon session held on the final day, issues of terror, IS and radicalisation of youths were discussed in detail. The meet observed the need to take the help of the technology to the fullest by upgrading it at the police station level to tackle radicalisation among youth.It also sought empowering the community, especially in the potential terror hubs to tackle the youth from going astray and sensitising police to understand the difference between a highly religious and radicalised person.PM Modi advice to the top cops was to take local communities into confidence in policing and technology should be used in tackling crimes.”Police forces should establish links with local communities and one way of doing this is to celebrate the successes and achievements of people in the community,” he said.The top cops also took up topics like women’s safety, better inter-state policing, police reforms, steps to bring competitive spirit between police officers reforms at police station level and bringing uniformity in police uniforms across India.The PMO gave detailed directions to every state on which compliance report will have to be submitted by every state in a time bound manner.
FIR lodged against man for refusing marriage on non-payment of dowry.
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A man cancelled his wedding allegedly due to non-payment of Rs 2 lakh as dowry by the other party, following which the girl’s brother has filed a case against him, police said.The main accused, Puspendra, and his family demanded Rs 2 lakh as dowry from Sanjeev Kumar, who had fixed his sister’s marriage with him, they said.Kumar registered a case against the accused and his family under the Dowry Act for refusing to marry on the basis of non-payment of dowry. Following this, police lodged an FIR in the matter on Saturday, Station officer, Kotwali city, Ghanshyam Singh said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The marriage was fixed on November 25, he added.No arrests have been made so far in this connection, police said.
The block has 483 million tonnes of mineable reserves and with a 15 million tonnes/annum capacity, the life of the project will be about 22 years.
An expert panel of the Union ministry of environment, forests and climate change (MoEF&CC) has recommended forest clearance for expansion of India’s largest open cast mine located at Nigahi in Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh, with certain conditions. The expansion of the mine, under the control of Northern Coalfields Limited, is a part of the Singrauli coalfied and is located on a hilly pleateau with an elevation of about 400-450mts above mean sea level.The block has 483 million tonnes of mineable reserves and with a 15 million tonnes/annum capacity, the life of the project will be about 22 years.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The coal from the Nigahi extension block will feed the Vindhyachal Thermal Power Station which is the country’s largest power station with an installed capacity of 4,760MW.The project had come up for appraisal before the forest advisory committee (FAC) of the MoEFCC as it requires clearing of forest areas. Singrauli district, where the project is located, is known as the coal and energy capital of the country is home to dense, rich Sal forests. The Nigahi extension block will spread across 596.11 hectares and out of this the project needs to clear 424.5 hectares of forest comprising of 13,201 trees.During the appraisal of the project, the FAC noted the report of MoEFCC’s regional office at Bhopal that detailed the quality of forests. According to the report, a sizeable part of the extension block is covered by dense forests. Using satellite imagery the FAC confirmed that three major patches of very dense forests are present on the western end of the mine. Of this, two grids are classified as inviolate or out of bound for mining.Thus, even as they recommended forest clearance for the project the FAC has asked Northern Coalfields to not utilise the dense forests for mining owing to their richness. It also asked the company to provide details of the dense forest patches such as its area.The Nigahi coal block is located in the same region as the Mahan forests, where local villagers and Greenpeace India ran a campaign against a proposed coal mine of Essar that was eventually cancelled by the Centre. In fact, the MoEF&CC classified the forests around Mahan coal block as inviolate or out of bound for mining.
A 15-year-old girl was gangraped by her friend and three others over a fortnight ago. The details of the crime emerged after the girl’s aunt received a video clip of the incident on WhatsApp.
Mid-Day reported that the boys, who were between the ages of 15 and 16, were from the same neighbourhood as the girl and even went to the same school as the survivor. An Asian Age report says that the girl was in class 10.
According to DNA, the boys called her on the pretext of wanting help with studies. However, the Asian Age report states that one of the boys was the survivor’s boyfriend and had called her to his house when no other family members were at home. The boys then took turns raping her, all the while, recording the act on their phone.
The boys then went on to use the clip to threaten the survivor into silence but had then shared it with their circle of friends on WhatsApp. The video reportedly went viral and turned up on the girl’s aunt’s cellphone. The gangrape took place on 8 November.
The aunt who received the video showed it to the girl who then told her aunt about the ordeal she went through. The aunt rushed to file an FIR at the Malad Police Station.
The Asian Age report quotes a senior police inspector at the Malad police, Shashank Shabhor as saying, “All the four accused have been detained now and their medical inspection was conducted on Thursday. The accused are local minor boys, studying in class 9 and 10. These boys are infamous in the area for their bullying activities. As they are minors, they cannot be arrested and after being produced before a juvenile court, they have been sent to Dongri correction home on Thursday where they will be questioned by a Child Welfare Officer.”
According to DNA, the police arrested all the accused of the crime and they have been booked under Section 376 (G) (gang rape) of the IPC and also under certain sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.
Around 5600 people were killed in Kedarnath flashfloods, including those killed and those who went missing.
A couple from Madhya Pradesh took compensation from both Uttarakhand and Madhya Pradesh governments after producing false documents to show that their two teenaged children had perished in the 2013 flashfloods in Kedarnath.The couple took Rs 4 lakh from Uttarakhand government and Rs three lakh from the Madhya Pradesh government in compensation claiming that their 16-year-old son Ajay and 14-year-old daughter Mamata had died in the Kedarnath tragedy, Haridwar Police Station inspector M S Negi said on Wednesday. They had produced the death certificates of the two children to claim the compensation while they were still alive, he said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The fraud came to light on Monday when Haridwar Police arrested Ramkripal and his wife Vidya from a slum in the city on a tip-off and they confessed to their crime. Ramkripal worked as a mason in Kedarnath when the tragedy struck in June 2013 killing thousands of people and leaving thousands missing.According to an official estimate, around 5600 people were killed in Kedarnath flashfloods including those killed and those who went missing. The couple hails from Chattarpur in Madhya Pradesh, the official said.Negi said Madhya Pradesh Police was informed of the fraud on Tuesday and the couple produced in a court in Haridwar which sent them on 14-day judicial remand on the same day.
The court, while holding a man guilty of raping a woman, said the consent given by the victim for cohabitation was not voluntary as the convict had falsely made her believe that he was unmarried and would marry her after she obtains divorce from her husband.
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A woman’s consent taken on the basis of deception and misconception is “no consent” in the eyes of law and the physical relations established between her and a man amounts to rape, a Delhi court has said.The court, while holding a man guilty of raping a woman, said the consent given by the victim for cohabitation was not voluntary as the convict had falsely made her believe that he was unmarried and would marry her after she obtains divorce from her husband.”The consent given by the prosecutrix to cohabitation with the accused can, by no means, said to be voluntary. It is clearly hit by section 90 (consent known to be given under fear or misconception) of the IPC and the said consent is no consent in the eyes of law as the same was obtained by the accused by practising deception and misconception. Therefore, acts of physical relations between the accused and prosecutrix tantamount to offence of rape as defined under section 375 of IPC. The accused is guilty of the offence of rape,”Additional Sessions Judge Virender Bhat said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The court said prosecution has been able to prove that Uttar Pradesh resident Naim Ahamed had deceived the woman causing her to falsely believe that he would marry her after she obtains divorce from her husband. She was thus made to cohabit with him whereas he had no intention to marry her as he was already happily married, it said. The court would pronounce its order on sentence later this week.According to the prosecution, the woman alleged that Naim, who was staying near her house, had befriended her six years ago and had concealed his marital status. The alleged that he persuaded her to divorce her husband, with whom she had three kids, and after assuring to marry her, he started having physical relations with her.When she got pregnant, he reiterating that he would marry her after she gives birth to their child but when she divorced her husband, Naim started ignoring her and later went missing. In 2012, when she went to his native place in his search, she got to know that the man was already married and had kids.Police said the woman was illiterate and had no means to maintain herself as well as the minor child and took shelter in a government shelter home. Feeling cheated and exploited, she lodged a complaint at Bindapur Police Station in south west Delhi this February. During trial, Naim had denied the allegations.
A 35-year-old woman was allegedly raped by two security guards at the famous Cubbon Park on Wednesday night, police said on Thursday.
A 35-year-old woman was allegedly raped by two security guards at the famous Cubbon Park on Wednesday 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.”<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>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. 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).
Cyber Police Station at Lalbazar, Kolkata Police headquarters has swung into action to restore website operations.
Websites of several colleges across Kolkata were hacked on Friday.Authorities at Ram Mohan College, Maharaja Manindra College, Anandamohan College realised that their website was hacked after black flags appeared on the screen and ‘Virushacker’, a Pakistani hacker claimed the responsibility.The hackers defaced the college websites by planting images of a burning Indian flag and posted slogans like ‘Shiv Sena Murdabad’ and ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ on the site.Meanwhile, Cyber Police Station at Lalbazar, Kolkata Police headquarters has swung into action to restore website operations. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>“We have learnt that colleges websites at large have been hacked. We are trying to identify as to how many of them in total have been hacked. So far, not a single college authorities have registered any complaint with us, but we have started an investigation into the case and will try to restore operations as soon as possible,” said a senior official of Cyber Police Station at Lalbazar.
Bhagwant Mann, the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) Sangrur MP, has denied that he arrived drunk at a bhog ceremony in Faridkot for two youths who were killed in police firing during protests against the desecration of the Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib.
The Indian Express reports that Jagtar Singh, the former granthi of Darbar Sahib in Amritsar, confronted Mann when he found him to be emitting a ‘foul smell’ on stage. Singh then reportedly told Mann to leave the ceremony and the politician did so immediately. As he was walking away from the venue, a few youths accosted him and accused him of being drunk. A video of this harassment went viral online.
However, Mann claimed that he was not drunk at the ceremony. In a post on his Facebook page, Mann wrote that this news was completely false and was an attempt to defame him. He added that he could not ever imagine doing such a thing and it was an attempt to divert attention away from the real issues of the people. “Mai sache dilon loka de haq Di ladai Jari rakhanga (I will continue the fight for people’s rights with a true heart),” he wrote.
An Australia-based website that covers the Sikh community, The Singh Station, reports that Mann clarified on Facebook that he left the stage for other reasons.
Firstly, he reportedly found out that Punjab Convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur would be the only one speaking on behalf of the AAP. Secondly, the stage host repeatedly announced that there were too many people on stage and it was likely to crash, so those who have already spoken or are not going to speak, should please step down. Thirdly, he was also worried that he was being watched by a few suspicious persons.
A few youth even came over to him and asked him why he had not raised the issue of Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa. Since he did not have any security cover, he felt it was prudent to leave the venue.
Thirthahalli, who has written articles in various publications questioning the Hindu customs, recently took part in a rally to support beef consumption.
Kannada writer Chethana Thirthahalli has been threatened with dire consequences on the social media after she endorsed beef consumption and questioned Hindu rituals.”I have been receiving threats from some fundamentalist. In the threat it was mentioned that I should not write anything critical about Hinduism and about Prime Minister Narendra Modi. After I have endorsed beef eating and participated in town hall protest, they even threatened me for life. So, I thought of lodging complaint and I did it,” said Thirthahalli.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”They have done this through Facebook inbox; they have created many fake accounts. Madhusudan Gowda is a person who has sent (the threat) through his own id and other people kept sending through their fake ids,” she addedThirthahalli has lodged a complaint with the Hanumanthnagar Police Station in Bengaluru, seeking action against Gowda, for threatening her. Thirthahalli further said that Gowda kept threatening her even after the complain.Thirthahalli, who has written articles in various publications questioning the Hindu customs, recently took part in a rally to support beef consumption.Another writer RK Hudugi while commenting on the incident said the writers are being threatened with dire consequences and this is another new incident in the same series.”The lady, who has been threatened, has lodged a complaint. This all speaks about the law and order that has taken a new turn. And the government has been taking all the precautionary measures and the police department is all alert even then the communal forces are all active. The people in the cultural field should condemn it in the serious term,” he added.
The incident took place last night at Baspani village near Harda.
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A 45-year-old man died after his private part was chopped off allegedly by his neighbour who caught him in a compromising position with his wife, police said on Tuesday.The incident took place last night at Baspani village near Harda.Mangal (45), found the victim, Patiram, in a comprising position with his wife. A furious Mangal got hold of an axe and attacked Patiram, cutting off his genitals, Rahatgaon Police Station Inspector S Raghuvanshi said.Patiram died on the spot. Patiram and Mangal were neighbours and the former sneaked into the latter’s house when he was out, the police officer said. After killing Patiram, Mangal told his wife he was going to police station to surrender but instead escaped, Raghuvanshi said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A murder case has been registered and police have launched a hunt for Mangal, the Inspector added.
A section of Muslim community here has said they will not immerse their tazia in Ganga river in the upcoming Muharram festival and will adhere to the High Court’s ban order for immersion of idols and religious items in the river.
A section of Muslim community here has said they will not immerse their tazia in Ganga river in the upcoming Muharram festival and will adhere to the High Court’s ban order for immersion of idols and religious items in the river.11 Taziadars (organizers of tazia processions during Muharram) of Adampur Police Station area have decided that they will not immerse their tazia (idols) in the river this time, a statement from District Information office said.Sticking to the HC’s order on not immersing idols and other related objects in Ganga to curb pollution, the section will now bury their tazia in the Latsaraiya Karbala, the statement said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The decision comes as a relief to the district administration after the city witnessed violence and arson over ban on immersion of Ganesha idols in the Ganga river.Tazia, which is made up of wood and paper, is traditionally immersed in the Ganga river during Muharram festival.Congress MLA Ajay Rai had been arrested along with 50 others in connection with violence and arson in Varanasi during a march by seers and other local leaders against police action on protesters opposing ban on immersion of Ganesha idols in the Ganga river.
Security forces have busted a militant hideout and recovered large quantity of ammunition and explosives in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Security forces have busted a militant hideout and recovered large quantity of ammunition and explosives in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.Acting on a specific information, police along with CRPF conducted a joint search operation at Bandhara Dewal forest area of Mahore tehsil in Reasi district yesterday, a police officer said here today.During the search, 60 AK-47 rounds and six Under Barrel Grenade Launcher (UBGL) grenades were recovered from the hideout, he said.A case was registered in this regard at Police Station Mahore, he said.
Speaking at the 83rd anniversary celebrations of IAF here at the Hindon Air Force Station, Arup Raha said that the Indian Air Force at present has women pilots flying transport aircraft and helicopter.
Indian Air Force (IAF) will soon be inducting women pilots in fighter stream, says Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha.Speaking at the 83rd anniversary celebrations of IAF here at the Hindon Air Force Station, Arup Raha said that the Indian Air Force at present has women pilots flying transport aircraft and helicopter.”We are now planning to induct them into the fighter stream to meet the aspiration of young women of India.Earlier today, former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, who was present at the occasion, became the first sportsperson to be made an honourary Group Captain in the Indian Air Force. An air display by various aircraft is going be the hallmark of the Parade cum Investiture Ceremony here in Ghaziabad.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The air display commenced with flag bearing sky divers of famous AKASH GANGA Team dropping out AN-32 aircraft in their colourful canopies.
Bengaluru: Two persons were questioned in connection with the alleged gangrape of a call centre employee in a moving van here.
“We have rounded up two persons and brought them to the Madiwala Police Station where the case has been registered. We are verifying whether they were the ones who allegedly gangraped the call centre woman employee,” Deputy Commissioner of Police Rohini Katoch Sepat told PTI.
In a reminder of the horrific 2012 gangrape of a paramedical student in Delhi, the woman in her early 20s was waiting to hail an autorickshaw to return to her PG home and boarded the van which stopped by after she was offered a drop.
The woman was allegedly gangraped on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday by the driver and the cleaner.
One allegedly raped her in the vehicle and the other in a deserted spot before she was dropped in Madiwala area here from where she was picked up after a three-hour long ordeal.
The woman, who was initially reluctant to lodge a complaint, was persuaded to do so, police said. She was allegedly threatened by the criminal duo that she would be killed if she complained to police. She was admitted to a hospital on Sunday and discharged yesterday.
Police said they have clues, as they began analysing the CCTV footage at traffic signals along the route taken by the van, which also passed by a police station.
New Delhi: The 22-year-old man who allegedly shot himself at Rajiv Chowk Metro station has been formally arrested by Delhi Police on Sunday.
The accused, identified as Shibesh Adhikari, is suspected to be mentally unstable and has given inconsistent details about the sequence of events, a senior police official said.
A police team led by the Station House Officer(SHO) of East Delhi’s Yamuna Bank police station has been sent to his native village in Uttar Pradesh to collect more information, which is crucial to the probe, according to the official.
The man claimed that he accidentally shot himself as he was on his way to “assassinate” a person who was about to “blow up” Delhi Metro.
According to police, Sridesh boarded a train from Chandni Chowk station (on Yellow Line) and was on his way to Noida (on Blue Line). While changing train at Rajiv Chowk, he went to a secluded corner and allegedly tried to shoot himself on his head but he missed the target and the bullet grazed past his shoulder.
After the incident, he was admitted to Ram Manohar Lohia hospital and was headed for a surgery. He was discharged on Saturday, following which he was formally arrested on Sunday, the officer added.
A huge cache of explosives – directional landmines seized from Falaknuma Express sent shockwaves in the administrative circles and passengers of Howrah Station on Wednesday.
Explosives recovered from Falaknuma Express
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A huge cache of explosives – directional landmines seized from Falaknuma Express sent shockwaves in the administrative circles and passengers of Howrah Station on Wednesday.While the six directional landmines was successfully diffused by the state’s investigating agency – Bomb Disposal Squad of CID, a strong opinion is gaining ground that this cache could be dispatched to some Maoist-infested location in West Bengal.There are reasons to apprehend that the cache was being sent from Andhra Pradesh to Bengal, as the ultra-Left group is once again gaining more ground in several pockets.On Wednesday morning, as many as six cylindrical objects containing explosives were placed inside two abandoned bags which were found in the general compartment of the train. GRP and RPF officials had rushed to the spot and informed the West Bengal CID.The Bomb Disposal Squad immediately reached the Howrah station and took the abandoned bags to a deserted area near platform one. The area was cordoned off and all six cylindrical objects, in the form of cylinders was defused.Forensic officials had also gone to the spot to carry out further scientific examinations over the explosives. Meanwhile, the railway authorities have begun an investigation into this case.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
The Bomb Disposal Squad of the West Bengal CID rushed to the Howrah station to examine the abandoned bags found on the train.
A bomb was recovered by the Railway Protection Force (RPF) from Falaknuma Express at Howrah Railway Station on Monday morning.There was a bomb scare among passengers on the train when two abandoned bags were found in the down Falaknuma Express at the Howrah station. The bags were found in the general compartment of the train.As news of these abandoned bags broke, the Bomb Disposal Squad of the West Bengal CID rushed to the Howrah station to examine the bags.According to ANI, the bomb was placed in a cylinder by the Bomb Disposal Squad for a controlled explosion and taken to an isolated spot. The spot was cleared and the bomb defused.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Further updates are awaited. With inputs from ANI.
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.
The police on Sunday arrested a 30-year-old youth here for allegedly sending threatening text messages to West Bengal Food Processing Minister Krishnendu Chowdhury.
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The police on Sunday arrested a 30-year-old youth here for allegedly sending threatening text messages to West Bengal Food Processing Minister Krishnendu Chowdhury.Subhankar Das, a guard at a multi-storied apartment building in Malda town, who was held from Ramnagar on the outskirts of Malda town, was being interrogated by the English Bazar Police in Kolkata to gather information on whether he alone sent the text messages to the minister, some of which were life-threatening, or others were involved.The police said Das would be produced in a Malda court on Monday after which a formal statement would be issued.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The minister had been receiving the threatening messages for the last 10 days and reported the matter to the English Bazar Police Station, they said.
The police in Satwari area had received an information that a woman identified as Rani, a resident of Narwal Pain, was murdered by her son after consuming liquor, a police officer said.
A person was arrested for allegedly beating his mother to death here, police said today.The police in Satwari area had received an information that a woman identified as Rani, a resident of Narwal Pain, was murdered by her son after consuming liquor, a police officer said.The son, identified as Mohammad Altaf, used to force his mother to consume liquor and then used to assault her, he said.On July 15, Altaf again forced his mother to consume liquor and started beating her, due to which she received serious head injuries and rupture of internal organ. She died on the spot, the officer said quoting the postmortem report.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A case was registered at Police Station Satwari and investigations were underway which led to the arrest of the accused yesterday, he said.
Asiya was arrested in connection with two cases registered against her.
The Jammu and Kashmir Police arrested Dukhtaran e Millat Chairperson Syed Asiya Andrabi from her residence in Soura here on Friday.Asiya was arrested in connection with two cases registered against her. One for waving Pakistani flags and other for addressing a rally by Hafiz Saeed via phone in Pakistan recently, a police official said.Asiya, who is not keeping well, as per DeM sources, has been lodged in Women’s Police Station Rambagh, Srinagar. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
Mau: Two persons have been arrested while one surrendered on Monday in the court in connection with murder of two rape victims in Mau and Sitapur district of the state, police said.
In Mau, FIR has been registered against seven persons including BK Singh, his son Jaywardhan Singh, Ranjit Singh, Mathura Rajbhar, Nagina Singh and Akash Singh and one unnamed, police said.
Nagina Singh on Monday surrendered in the court and was sent to jail on 14 days judicial custody,
IG zone, Varanasi Amrendra Sengar said that all the accused will be arrested soon.
An 18-year-old rape victim was shot dead by motorcycle-borne youth on Sunday at Baijapur village in Mau district, two days before she was to appear in a court as witness in her case.
The girl, accompanied by her brother, was going to visit a doctor. She died on the spot, they said.
The girl was raped on 6 June, 2011, allegedly by BK Singh, manager of a college, the police said. The case was being heard in the local court. The victim’s family members alleged that she was killed on the directions of the rape accused, they said.
In Sitapur district, main accused Pradeep and Bhagwati were arrested in connection with the murder of a 23-year-old woman in Mahmudpur village.
“Pradeep and Bhagwati have been arrested. While one accused is it at large,” Station Officer, Maholi, Rang Bahadur said.
The woman was shot dead allegedly by the man against whom she had lodged a complaint of rape last year.
The accused Pradeep had come out of jail about two months back and was pressuring the woman to withdraw her complaint, the police said.
Sunday’s twin attacks were condemned by Opposition Congress which slammed the SP government for the “increasing lawlessness” in the state.
New Delhi: Trains did not stop for over an hour at Patel Nagar metro station in Delhi after a hoax call about a bomb outside the station premises on Sunday.
Metro officials said trains did not stop at the station from 7 20 pm to 8 34 pm in view of the threat and people inside the station were evacuated.
According to the police, the police control room received a call around 7 15 am by an unidentified person, who reported about a potential bomb outside the metro station premises.
A police team, along with bomb disposal squad, was rushed to the spot but no explosives or any such unattended object was found, said DCP (Central) Parmaditya.
He added that the police are now tracking the person who called up the police control room and action might be taken against him.
Services were resumed at the station, which is on the blue line, after police gave its clearance.
According to ANI, the bomb threat call was made to the metro control room at 7.30 pm on Sunday night and the person who made the hoax call has been traced.
Delhi Metro trains were reportedly not halting at Patel Nagar Metro station on Sunday night following a bomb threat at the station. Speaking to ANI, Metro Public Relations Officer Anuj Dayal said that they had “received a bomb threat call and a search operation was launched after that. Entry and exit to Patel Nagar metro station was closed for sometime.”Central Industrial Security Force PRO Hemendra Singh said search operation was conducted at Patel Nagar Metro Station after which it was found to be a hoax. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>According to ANI, the bomb threat call was made to the metro control room at 7.30 pm on Sunday night and the person who made the hoax call has been traced. The station premises was given a clearance at 8.30 pm. Metro services have now resumed at Patel Nagar Metro Station.
On September 12 and 13, he would address a conference of All India Columnist Writers here at Durgapura Agriculture Research Station, the outfit’s Prant Pracharak Pramukh Mahendra Singh said.
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Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat will arrive in Rajasthan for a nine-day visit starting from September 12, an official said on Monday.On September 12 and 13, he would address a conference of All India Columnist Writers here at Durgapura Agriculture Research Station, the outfit’s Prant Pracharak Pramukh Mahendra Singh said.On September 14, Bhagwat would meet senior personalities of Jaipur city and from September 16 to 20, he would attend a number of meetings of RSS workers in Jodhpur, he said. Final touches to the RSS Sarsanghchalak’s itinerary is being given by the outfit’s state office in Jaipur.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday travelled by Delhi Metro to inaugurate the extension of the Badarpur Line that will connect the satellite city of Faridabad to the national capital.
Modi boarded the Metro at the Violet Line’s (Line 6) Janpath Station at around 10 AM which will take him to Faridabad’s Bata Chowk Station.
Modi took passengers and Metro officials by surprise as earlier he was scheduled to take a chopper to Faridabad.
He interacted with the regular commuters, who also took selfies with the Prime Minister.
Union Ministers Venkaiah Naidu, Virender Singh, Rao Inderjet Singh and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) chief Mangu Singh accompanied the Prime Minister.
The launch of the section would allow hassle-free travel for around two lakh daily commuters between the national capital and the industrial hub in Haryana.
Later, Modi will proceed to HUDA Ground at Faridabad’s sector 12, where he will address a public meeting, which will also be attended by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.
The long-awaited 14-km long extension will have nine stations from Sarai to Escorts Mujesar. Two more stations, NCB Colony and Ballabgarh, will be added by 2017, Metro officials said.
A sub-inspector, an assistant sub-inspector and a civic volunteer were injured in the incident.
Two live bombs that were recovered by officials of Itahar Police Station in North Dinajpur district of West Bengal went off inside the police station on Sunday, injuring three policemen.The crude bombs that went off were recovered from several places across the district last week. They were kept inside the police station, however, sources say that they were not diffused and went off around 11.30 am inside the police station.A sub-inspector, an assistant sub-inspector and a civic volunteer were injured in the incident. They were rushed to the North Dinajpur local hospital.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>After their condition started deteriorating, they were shifted to Raiganj Hospital and are currently undergoing treatment there.Meanwhile, the police have begun an investigation as to why the recovered live bombs were not diffused.
The engine of a passenger train derailed at Jaipur junction on Thursday, but no one was injured in the incident.
The engine of a passenger train derailed at Jaipur junction on Thursday, but no one was injured in the incident.”The engine of Chennai-Jaipur train derailed while entering the platform at the station. Two wheels jumped the track and the track was restored in nearly half an hour,” a GRP official said.No one was injured in the incident, he added
Speaking at a press conference, Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria claimed that they have recovered Sheena Bora’s skeletal remains.
Speaking at a press conference, Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria claimed that they have recovered Sheena Bora’s skeletal remains. He also added that they had recovered a Sheena Bora’s passport from Dehradun which busted the theory that Sheena was in the US. (Read: All you need to know about Sheena Bora)He also claimed that the third accused, Sanjeev Khanna has confessed to his complicity in the crime. The Police Commissioner also claimed that had been given some points by Mikhail which the police will check.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Peter Mukerjea was questioned by police at the Khar Police Station on Friday. He told the police that he had absolutely no information about killing and had no direct or indirect connection with the killing. He also claimed that in 2012, when the murder allegedly took place, he was in Europe. (Read: What Peter Mukerjea said to the police)
On Friday, a day before Independence Day, as many as 8-10 posters with Maoists links were found near the Manicktala Main Road which falls under Narkeldanga Police Station’s jurisdiction.
On Friday, a day before Independence Day, as many as 8-10 posters with Maoists links were found near the Manicktala Main Road which falls under Narkeldanga Police Station’s jurisdiction. Police officials of Narkeldanga rushed to the spot and pulled down those posters immediately. Meanwhile the Special Branch of the Kolkata police have swung into action, just a day before Independence Day.When dna contacted Joint Commissioner of Kolkata Police (Intelligence), Dilip Bandyapadhyay to know the contents of the posters, he refused to divulge anything related to the matter. Earlier last month, as many as fifty Maoist posters had surfaced in Purulia district of the state. The posters were put up, seeking people’s support for the Martyrs’ week. Meanwhile, security has been beefed up across the city and other parts of the state.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
Police also apprehended two Bangladeshis along with one Myanmar national who were illegally staying in the city without valid documents,” a senior Task Force officer told PTI
A Pakistani national was arrested in Hyderabad on Friday for alleged links with banned terror organisation HuJI, police said.The South Zone Task Force along with Central Crime Station, a wing of Hyderabad Police, nabbed Mohammed Nazir on charge of having close links with Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI), they said. “In a joint operation, the police team arrested the Pakistani national who is having terror links with HuJI.Police also apprehended two Bangladeshis along with one Myanmar national who were illegally staying in the city without valid documents,” a senior Task Force officer told PTI. Two local agents were also held, he said.Incriminating documents were seized from those arrested, he added.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
Yadav lauded the court’s order to release him and the party volunteers. He said to CNN-IBN, “The court has given the farmers a victory.”
Ex-AAP leader Yogendra Yadav, who was on Monday arrested along with 85 volunteers of his Swaraj Abhiyan, has been released by the Delhi police, say TV channel reports. Yadav and the other volunteers were arrested on Monday during their protest on farmers’ issues at Jantar Mantar. The protesters alleged that the policemen manhandled Yadav and other volunteers and the the Station House Officer of the Parliament Street Police Station, where they were lodged, threatened to kill him, a charge denied by the police. The police said it was a preventive arrest as they were planning to take out a rally without permission in the high security area. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Later, Yadav and the other volunteers were produced before a Special Magistrate at Mandir Marg Police station. “The Special Magistrate ordered unconditional release of Yadav and other members,” said Swaraj Abhiyan leader Ajit Jha. “The SHO threatened to kill me…he said only his writ runs there,” Yadav said.Asked about the allegations, Delhi Police Chief BS Bassi said the police has always acted in the ambit of law. “We always act within the ambit of the law,” he said. “Yogendra Yadav and 85 others were arrested at around 1.30 AM today. They had permission to carry out the protest for two days. Last evening they asked to extend for permission until August 16. As the deadline got over, we asked them to vacate the place,” a senior police officer said.After his release, Yadav lauded the court’s order to release him and the party volunteers. He told CNN-IBN, “The court has given the farmers a victory.”Giving his version of events of the day, Yadav said, “We were not planning to march towards the Prime Minister’s residence for our ‘Hal Satyagraha’. We have been standing on the Race Course Road that goes towards the PM’s residence and planned to stay there until August 15.” Complaining about the treatment meted out to him, Yadav said, “We were not allowed to even stand still in one spot. Since when is that illegal in India?” He added that they were not allowed to meet their lawyer Prashant Bhushan, who was standing outside the police station till 4.00 am. Yadav said that the party plans to carry out a satyagraha. “We will plan a satyagraha after speaking with our associates,” he told a news channel.Taking to micro blogging site Twitter, Yadav said he had rushed to Jantar Mantar after he had learned that police were going to round up farmers who had gathered to protest there.In a series of tweets, Yadav said, “Now our fines are being snatched. They say we are being arrested and taken to jail. All of us, 96 in all, are now being arrested. But what’s the crime, I wonder.” Yadav, founding member of the Swaraj Abhiyan also tweeted a picture of himself with a torn sleeve. Meanwhile, on Tuesday morning, Yadav was moved away by police as he tried to address the media from the Police Station premises.Questioning if standing peacefully with a plough is an offence, Yadav added, “We were not obstructing traffic, were willing to cooperate with any reasonable condition.”Senior lawyer and another member of the Swaraj Abhiyan, Prashant Bhushan, who rushed to the police station on hearing Yadav’s detention, claimed that he was stopped from meeting Yadav. “I have been stopped from entering PS police station. Gates of PS locked. No reason for arrest of YY and Ors. Can’t enter a PS in Modi Raj,” Bhushan tweeted.He further added, “Illegally detained for four hours, police not even allowing Yogendra Yadav to meet me as his lawyer, in violation of Supreme Court orders which mandates legal access.”According to Swaraj Abhiyan’s twitter handle, Delhi Police ACP told Prashant Bhushan that they feared kisans (farmers) would go to PM Modi’s residence. On Sunday evening, a clash broke out when police tried to disperse volunteers of Yogendra Yadav led Swaraj Abhiyan at Jantar Mantar, leaving nine persons, including three policemen injured.Condemning the police action, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal too had come out in support of Yadav, with whom he had a bitter public falling out four months ago, leading to the latter’s ouster from the Aam Aadmi Party. With agency inputs
The girl’s father lodged a complaint at Ashok Vihar Police Station against the guard for touching her on several occasions.
A child of tender age is unable to differentiate between good and bad touch, a Delhi court has observed while acquitting a security guard accused of sexually assaulting a minor girl, saying he might have touched her out of “fatherly affection”. Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav absolved the man, who was working as a security guard at the house of seven- year-old girl’s friend, observing that as he was alone most of the time, he probably found solace by talking to kids playing around.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”It is quite possible that the accused might have liked the child and out of fatherly affection, he used to speak to her and out of his emotions and not sexual intent, he used to put his hand on her shoulder,” the judge said.”It is common knowledge that a child of tender age like child in this case, is not able to differentiate between good touch and bad touch,” the court observed, while acquitting the man of the charge of sexual assault under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act. It also said no other child found the talks or touch of the accused to be bad and that could probably be subjective assessment of the alleged victim.”Duty of accused was to remain at or near the main door and lawn. Most of the time, he probably used to be alone and some kind of interaction or solace was available to him only when the children used to come to play in that house and for breaking monotony of his life, probably he used to feel like talking to the small children,” the court said.According to the prosecution, the girl had informed her parents that whenever she used to go to play at her friend’s house, the guard employed there would talk to her and touch her shoulder. On April 27, 2013, the girl’s father lodged a complaint at Ashok Vihar Police Station against the guard for touching her on several occasions.The accused had pleaded not guilty and claimed he was falsely implicated by the child’s father as he had refused to do his personal work including washing of his car.While acquitting the man, the court said, “The punishment under POCSO Act is very stringent and as such the mode of proof of the offence has to be of a higher degree and accused cannot be held to have committed the offence of sexual assault merely on a subjective assessment of his touch by a child of tender age.”
Superintendent of Police Prasun Bandyopadhyay said the victims were crossing the tracks at around 7 AM when they were mowed down by the speeding train
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Six persons, including two children, were crushed under the wheels of New Jalpaiguri- Howrah Shatabdi Express in Malda district on Friday. Superintendent of Police Prasun Bandyopadhyay said the victims were crossing the tracks at around 7 AM when they were mowed down by the speeding train. The incident occurred near Baroduari under Harischandrapur Police Station, around 90 km from the district headquarter, the SP said.
A portion of the boundary wall collapsed due to heavy rains, killing a woman and two other minor boys in Pigamdambar area.
A woman and two minor boys were killed on Wednesday when a portion of the boundary wall of Indian Institute of Management Indore collapsed due to heavy rains and fell over an adjacent hut. A portion of the boundary wall collapsed due to heavy rains, killing a woman and two other minor boys in Pigamdambar area, Kishanganj Police Station in-charge, Rakesh Modi said. The deceased, who were relatives, have been identified as Seema (40), Lucky (12) and Kalu (16), he said, adding, investigations are underway. The hut was constructed possibly by encroaching land adjacent to IIM Indore’s boundary wall, the police official said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit adjoining Gaya district on August 9 to address a political rally.
An alarm clock discovered beneath a small bridge at a village in Aurangabad district of Bihar on Tuesday created a bomb scare among the public, but the police said no bomb was discovered from the spot.Aurangabad Superintendent of Police Babu Ram said, “A timer was found beneath a bridge at Ketaki village under Deo police station in the district. Our personnel went there and found no explosives attached to it. It has been removed from the spot.”The SP said it was not clear whether it was a mischief by somebody or whether the clock slipped from somebody’s belonging inadvertently or was planted by Maoists. Deo Station House Officer Pramod Kumar said the timer was an ordinary alarm clock and said that it could have been planted by Maoists as a part of their strategy.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Aurangabad is a Maoist infested district and has seen a number of violent incidents in the recent past. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit adjoining Gaya district on August 9 to address a political rally.
The bomb disposal squad of Kolkata Police has discovered two more crude bombs in the same area.
A crude bomb blast in Kolkata has left a child critically injured. The bomb went off in Tala Park under Tala Police Station area in North Kolkata. Four-year old Bhutto Molla mistook the country-made bomb for a ball. The bomb went off while he was playing with it.The child has been admitted with serious injuries to the RG Kar Medical College and Hospital, where he is undergoing treatment.Since the blast, the bomb disposal squad of Kolkata Police has discovered two more crude bombs in the same area. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Meanwhile, the Kolkata Police has begun an investigation into the incident.
The Station House Officer (SHO) of the woman’s area stepped in to help her.
In a relief for a senior citizen suffering from a disorder requiring frequent blood transfusions, the Station House Officer (SHO) of her area and several other Delhi Police officers on Sunday donated blood for her as she was unable to find any volunteer donors. Inspector Sanjay Bharadwaj, the SHO of Prashant Vihar police stations, came to know about the woman’s predicament during his routine visit to the homes of senior citizens residing in Rohini Sector 13 in north-west Delhi. The woman informed him that she has been diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome, a disorder which results in ineffective production of all blood cells and requires blood transfusions. She said that she was undergoing treatment at BL Kapoor Hospital and was having difficulty in finding donors who would donate blood as replacement for the blood that the hospital would provide her.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> “Knowing this I contacted my personal friends Rajeev Bharadwaj, SHO of KNK Marg, Parmod Gupta, SHO of Kotwali, and others and went to the hospital. We all donated replacement blood for her and gave the blood donation cards to her at her home,” Inspector Bhardwaj said in a statement.
The court had on February 3 directed SHO of Subzi Mandi Police Station to file ATR on several issues, including on whether they have received any such complaint and what action they have taken on it.
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A Delhi court would hear in September a criminal complaint seeking action against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for allegedly exhorting voters to take bribe from Congress and BJP and vote for AAP in the last assembly elections.Metropolitan Magistrate Babru Bhan posted the matter for September 10 as the lawyers in the six district courts are on an indefinite strike to protest the delay in passage of a Bill in Parliament aimed at enhancing pecuniary jurisdiction of trial courts. The court had earlier directed the police to file an action taken report (ATR) on the complaint. The police is yet to file the ATR in the case.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The court had on February 3 directed SHO of Subzi Mandi Police Station to file ATR on several issues, including on whether they have received any such complaint and what action they have taken on it.On the complaint filed by advocate Ikrant Sharma, the court had asked police that after the inquiry, whether any cognizable offence was made out against Kejriwal and if yes, whether any FIR has been registered. The court had also asked them to inform it about the status of its investigation.Sharma has sought registration of FIR against Kejriwal for the alleged offences including abetment, offering or accepting bribe and punishment for bribery under the Indian Penal Code.”The accused has deliberately and intentionally abated Delhi voters to take bribe from the political parties in Delhi Assembly elections in 2015 during his public rally on January 18 at Uttam Nagar here,” he had said in a petition.He also said he has been unable to collect evidence against the accused and sought police’s involvement and direction to investigate the matter and register an FIR.
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Naresh Gujral on Monday said that the Punjab Government had a doubt that Pakistan will do something mischievous, adding that the state government will deal with terrorism in a strict manner.
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Naresh Gujral on Monday said that the Punjab Government had a doubt that Pakistan will do something mischievous, adding that the state government will deal with terrorism in a strict manner.The intelligence inputs say that we need to be alert as something might happen, but it does not tell when and where a particular incident is going to happen…We had a doubt that Pakistan will do some mischief, we did not know where it will happen. I want to assure you that our government will with terrorism in a strict manner, said Gujral.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>One militant has been killed while a Punjab Special Service Group (SSG) jawan has sustained injuries in the ongoing operation at Dina Nagar Police Station in Punjab’ s border district Gurdaspur.Security has been enhanced across Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the Gurdaspur terror attack, which has so far claimed the lives of 10 people, including six civilians.Security has also been beefed up at the North and South Block.Meanwhile, the Special Forces team has reached the location of the terror attack, which has been cordoned off.
A constable posted at the Gobind Puri Police Station has filed a complaint against the chief minister, DCP (South-East) Mandeep Singh Randhawa said.
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A Delhi Police constable has lodged a complaint of criminal defamation against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for allegedly using a derogatory word about cops during a recent interview.A constable posted at the Gobind Puri Police Station has filed a complaint against the chief minister, DCP (South-East) Mandeep Singh Randhawa said.”This is a non-cognisable offense,” Randhawa said.A senior police official said Constable Harvinder, who is posted at the Gobind Puri Police Station, has alleged in his complaint that he was hurt by the word ‘thulla’ (slang for a cop) which the chief minister had used for policemen during his interview. He said Harvinder had watched the interview on television, adding, the complaint has been forwarded to other senior police officers, including police Commissioner B S Bassi.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A similar complaint was also filed at Lajpat Nagar Police Station by another constable, a senior police official said.In his recent interview, Kejriwal had told a private tv channel about the AAP government’s “constraints” in ensuring effective functioning of the Anti-Corruption Branch. Kejriwal had said, “If a Delhi police ‘thulla’ seeks money from a street vendor, that is not acceptable. We will surely file a case against that.”Police Commissioner Bassi had also hinted his displeasure over the use of word ‘thulla’, slang for a cop, by Kejriwal saying, “I refuse to believe that the honourable chief minister would have used any word of this sort.”
The Nagaland government will investigate the killing of two students in cross firing between Assam Rifles personnel and suspected NSCN(K) militants in Phek district on July 16.
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The Nagaland government will investigate the killing of two students in cross firing between Assam Rifles personnel and suspected NSCN(K) militants in Phek district on July 16.”An Inquiry panel is being set up to go into details of the incident,” Chief Minister T R Zeliang said while condoling their deaths.In his message, Zeliang expressed his displeasure over the ‘avoidable’ incident and urged upon all concerned to desist from firing in public places to avoid innocent casualties.The two students were killed in cross firing between Assam Rifles and suspected NSCN(K) militants at Phor village in Phek district on July 16 when the para-military personnel were bringing bodies of two NSCN(K) militants from an encounter spot at Avangkhu.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A group of villagers stopped the paramilitary convoy, and demanded that the body of one belonging to Phor village be handed over to them. During interaction between forces and villagers, suspected NSCN(K) militants fired which was retaliated by the Assam Rifles.Meanwhile, on the direction of the Chief Minister, DGP Nagaland LL Doungel along with Commissioner, Nagaland, Sentiyanger Imchen and Home Commissioner Niehu C. Thur visited the spot at Phor to take stock of the situation, an official statement said.They are expected to submit their report upon their return to Kohima. The State Government has handed over an ex-gratia of Rs one Lakh each to the family of the two deceased students, while 25 thousand rupees was handed over to the injured woman.Officials said the villagers lodged a complaint with Meluri Police Station in connection with the firing.
A middle-aged woman was allegedly set on fire after she refused to pay bribe to the police station in-charge and sub-inspector for the release of her husband who had been detained by the police.
National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued notices to Uttar Pradesh Chief Secretary and Director General of Police, taking suo motu cognizance of media reports of two policemen setting ablaze the mother of a journalist at Kothi Police Station in Barabanki on July 6. They have been given four weeks to respond to the notice, a release issued by NHRC said.Terming the news reports as disturbing, the Commission observed that at a time when efforts are being made by the whole nation to minimize crime against women, the incident amounts to ‘protectors turning to predators’. It appears to be an admitted violation of the human rights of the victim by the public servants, it said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The middle-aged woman was allegedly set on fire after she refused to pay bribe to the police station in-charge and sub-inspector for the release of her husband who had been detained by the police. She succumbed to her injuries the next day.Reportedly, an FIR was registered against the two and they were placed under suspension, the release added.
An army jawan and his police havildar brother have been lynched at Reshma village in the district following argument with locals, a police officer said on Saturday.
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An army jawan and his police havildar brother have been lynched at Reshma village in the district following argument with locals, a police officer said on Saturday.Stating six persons were arrested till this date in connection with Friday’s incident, Officer-in-charge of Raneshwar Police Station Manoj Kumar said Kano Marandi, an army jawan posted at Jammu and Kashmir, and his youger brother Budhilal Marandi, a police havildar posted at Murar police station in Sheikhpura district of Bihar, were beaten to death following arguments during their visit to a relative’s place.The duo had gone to their native place on vacation, the officer said adding the eyewitnesses claimed the brothers were in an inebriated state and misbehaved with the relatives during heated argument over a long-standing land dispute on Friday evening.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>After an FIR was lodged having named six persons involved in beating up the two with lathis, all the accused were arrested, Kumar said.
Mumbai/Jaipur: BJP MP Hema Malini on Wednesday blamed the father of the four-year-old girl for the child’s death in the road accident involving the actress’ Mercedes, saying had he followed traffic rules, his daughter’s life could have been saved, comments which evoked angry reaction from him.
The actress, who received injuries in the mishap, said, “My heart goes out to the child who unnecessarily lost her life and the family members who have been injured in the accident.”
“How I wish the girl’s father had followed traffic rules, then this accident could have been averted and the little one’s life saved,” she tweeted.
Sonam was killed while five others were injured including the actress when Hema’s Mercedes collided with another car on 2 July in Rajasthan’s Dausa district.
The 66-year-old actress had undergone surgery for her wounds in a hospital in Jaipur last week.
The victim’s father Hanuman Mahajan alleged that it was Hema’s Mercedes which was speeding above 100 km per hour when his car was hit.
“I feel very sad that Hemaji, an MP, has such a small ‘soch’ (thinking) that she tweeted that I was not following traffic rules,” Mahajan, who is convalescing in Trauma Hospital in the Pink City, told PTI.
“Big people can say anything from anywhere… If she has courage… she should come before me and say what she has to. I like to know from her one traffic rule that I violated… whether I was driving at very high speed, or whether I was on the wrong side, or I did not give an indicator… or I did not put seat belt,” he said.
“My mistake was that I was driving at a very slow speed and her car was at high speed,” he said, adding, “Why was her driver arrested and released on bail. We have filed the case with the Kotwali Police Station in Dausa district.”
Soon after the mishap, Mahajan had said that Sonam could have been saved had she been rushed to the hospital with the actress.
A complaint has been lodged in Hyderabad against English weekly magazine Outlook, accusing it of carrying defamatory and objectionable remarks against a woman IAS officer and allegedly damaging the reputation of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
What are these objectionable remarks? In a small column in the magazine called Deep Throat, that focuses on insider news, a write-up focused much word space on the IAS officer’s fashion statement and the fact that she is “eye candy”.
“She makes a fashion statement with her lovely saris and serves as “eye candy” at meetings, admit leading party politicians,” reads the column.
It ends with: “The lovely lady, known for her ethnic style, recently stunned all by appearing in a trendy trouser and frilly top at a fashion show. And for once, she wasn’t sitting in an official meeting. But this appearance, too, made for a great photo op.”
Govardhan Reddy and Ravi Kumar, both advocates, have now lodged a complaint with Saroornagar Police Station, in Hyderabad, by submitting a paper clipping of the weekly that also carried a caricature, which they said is highly objectionable and damaged the reputation of the IAS officer.
Though the article doesn’t name any officer in particular, it alludes to Smita Sabharwal, the first female IAS officer to be appointed by the Telangana chief minister’s office.
“No case has been registered so far. We made General Diary (GD) entry of the complaint and are consulting legal authorities. Further action will be taken based on the legal opinion,” the inspector told PTI.
However, NDTV has reported that Sabharwal is suing Outlook for the column.
This particular column has become infamously popular on Twitter with journalists and activists lashing out at the magazine. Here are some tweets:
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Faridabad: A 15-year-old girl from Delhi has been been allegedly gangraped in Faridabad by two men, police said.
According to a complaint filed by the victim, she is a resident of Shakarpur in Delhi, and had left the capital city on 21 June at around 10 am to visit her maternal uncle, who is living in Dabua Colony of Faridabad.
After reaching Badarpur Border she became acquainted with one Babu, an auto-rickshaw driver.
Babu, was later joined by his two friends, one of them was called as Dharmendra by Babu, while the name of other was not known to her, the victim said.
After roaming the place entire day, the girl said, she was taken by them to a house in Dabua Colony, where Babu left her along with his other two friends. The duo then raped the girl, according to the complaint.
Medical test has been conducted and rape has been proved, SHO Rajinder Singh said, adding, though none of the accused have been arrested till now.
The officer said that the police is hopeful of arresting them in a couple of days.
A case has been registered at Police Station Saran under section 376D of IPC and Section 6 of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) in the presence of a legal counsel.
Recalling the incident, the victim said, at 3 AM on the night of 21 June, Dharmendra was left to guard her and the other man went to fetch some food, which is when she managed to trick Dharmendra away from her and made a call to the police from his mobile phone.
Ludhiana: At least six persons were killed and around 100 others were injured when an ammonia gas tanker leaked early today in the district, police said.
The leak occurred when the tanker got stuck under a flyover on the Doraha Bypass Road along a canal, about 25 kms from here, they said.
Six persons died due to inhaling of the gas, Doraha Police Station’s SHO Rajnish Kumar Sood said, adding, the bodies have been shifted to a hospital in Ludhiana.
He said that around 100 other persons complained of breathing problem due to inhaling of the gas.
The residents came out of their houses when the gas from the leaking tanker spread in and around Doraha, police said.
The affected people have been admitted to different hospitals in Doraha, Khanna and Ludhiana, the SHO said. The tanker, bearing registration number of Gujarat was going from Ludhiana side, the police said.
Details were still awaited and identities of the victims yet to be ascertained, police said, adding, senior civil and police officers have rushed to the spot to take stock of the situation.
Earlier, army was deployed in various parts of the city as the sikh youth killed in clashes with police was cremated after the state government accepted most of the demands of the agitating community, including magisterial probe and transfer of district police chief.
The situation is returning back to normal in Jammu after four days of violent protests over removal of posters of Khalistani militant leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale in which one youth was killed.The army which was deployed in various parts of the tense Jammu this morning has been called off. “Army has been called off from Jammu city by Authorities around 7.30 PM today. We have called off the operation Jan Shanti in the city to restore normalcy and peace”, PRO Defence Lt Col Manish Mehta told PTI. By and large situation is returning back to normal in the city after violence for few days, he said adding no untoward incident was reported today.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Earlier, army was deployed in various parts of the city as the sikh youth killed in clashes with police was cremated after the state government accepted most of the demands of the agitating community, including magisterial probe and transfer of district police chief. Army carried out a ‘Flag March’ in the disturbed areas of Jammu, including Miran Sahib, Satwari, Digiana, RS Pura, Talab Tillo, Bakshi Nagar and Rehari this morning as security was stepped up in view of the 31st death anniversary of Khalistani militant leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.Quick reactions teams (QRTs) of Army were also deployed in view of the prevailing tension arising out of four-day protest by sikh community members over removal of Bhindranwale’s posters which had come up in some localities. Meanwhile, the sikh youth killed during clashes with police on Thursday was cremated today after the state government accepted most of the demands of the agitating community.The government ordered magisterial probe into firing incident and violence. It would be conducted by Divisional Commissioner Jammu Pawan Kotwal. Accepting another demand, the government ordered transfer of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Jammu Uttam Chand, suspension of Satwari’s Station House Officer (SHO) Kulbir Singh and payment of ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh and a government job to the next kin of the slain sikh youth Jagjit Singh.A case under murder charges was also registered against SSP’s PSO. “An FIR under section 302 RPC (murder) has been lodged (in Police Station Satwari) against the PSO of SSP Uttam Chand for firing (during violent protests in which one youth was killed Gadigarh area of city yesterday)”, Deputy Commissioner, Jammu Simrandeep Singh said. The PSO of the SSP had opened fire in “self-defence” during an attack by angry protesters at Gadigarh in Satwari belt of Jammu city, police has said.”Police has fired in self-defence in which there was one causality. The entire incident would be looked into and action would to taken against those involved in it,” Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh had said. He said there was peaceful environment in Jammu and such a situation is being created by “some people”.The government posted Ashkoor Wani as DIG Jammu, gave charge of SSP Jammu to Additional SP Rajiv Panday and posted Manjeet Singh as new Station House Officer (SHO) Satwari Police Station. “The four-hour-long talks late in the night with the administration were successful since all the demands of the community were met,” Sikh leader Tarlochan Singh Wazir told reporters here.The government side was represented by state Home Secretary R K Goyal, Director General of Police K Rajendra Kumar, Jammu Divisional Commissioner Pawan Kotwal and other senior civil and police officials. “The cremation has taken place peacefully at Chohala hamlet in RS Pura tehsil this afternoon. There were no protests,” a police officer said today.Streets of Jammu wore a deserted look and business establishments remained closed for third consecutive day today. Educational institutions in Jammu, Samba, Kathua, Rajauri and Poonch districts also remained shut for the second consecutive day.The mobile and internet services were also suspended in Jammu for the second day. Apart from the Army, police and paramilitary forces were deployed in strength in sensitive areas. Authorities had clamped Section 144 of CrPC, which bars gathering of more than four persons at a place, in the entire Jammu district two days back.
The government posted Ashkoor Wani as DIG Jammu, gave charge of SSP Jammu to Additional SP Rajiv Panday and posted Manjeet Singh as new Station House Officer (SHO) Satwari Police Station.
Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Mangement Committee (DSGMC) members protest at Jammu and Kashmir House in New Delhi on Friday against the killing of a Sikh youth in a clash with the police in Jammu.
Army was today deployed in various parts of the tense Jammu as the sikh youth killed in clashes with police was cremated after the state government accepted most of the demands of the agitating community, including magisterial probe and transfer of district police chief.The government posted Ashkoor Wani as DIG Jammu, gave charge of SSP Jammu to Additional SP Rajiv Panday and posted Manjeet Singh as new Station House Officer (SHO) Satwari Police Station. “The four-hour-long talks late in the night with the administration were successful since all the demands of the community were met,” Sikh leader Tarlochan Singh Wazir told reporters here.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The government side was represented by state Home Secretary R K Goyal, Director General of Police K Rajendra Kumar, Jammu Divisional Commissioner Pawan Kotwal and other senior civil and police officials. “The cremation has taken place peacefully at Chohala hamlet in RS Pura tehsil this afternoon. There were no protests,” a police officer said today.Army carried out a ‘Flag March’ in the disturbed areas of Jammu, including Miran Sahib, Satwari, Digiana, RS Pura, Talab Tillo, Bakshi Nagar and Rehari this morning as security was stepped up in view of the 31st death anniversary of Khalistani militant leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.Quick reactions teams (QRTs) of police were also deployed in view of the prevailing tension arising out of four-day protest by sikh community members over removal of Bhindranwale’s posters which had come up in some localities.”The situation in Jammu is peaceful but tense. There was no report of any untoward incident from anywhere today. Elaborate security measures have been taken in view of the sensitive situation,” a senior police officer said.Defence PRO Lt Col Manish Mehta said two columns of Army were deployed in the city after requisition from the civil administration.One column moved onto the streets and roads of Miran Sahib to conduct a ‘Flag March’ to caution rioters and violent protesters, he said, adding that soon after, one more column of troops was sent to control the situation in RS Pura.”Situation is tense, however, under control,” Mehta said.The government ordered magisterial probe into firing incident and violence. It would be conducted by Divisional Commissioner Jammu Pawan Kotwal.Accepting another demand, the government ordered transfer of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Jammu Uttam Chand, suspension of Satwari’s Station House Officer (SHO) Kulbir Singh and payment of ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh and a government job to the next kin of the slain sikh youth Jagjit Singh.A case under murder charges was also registered against SSP’s PSO. “An FIR under section 302 RPC (murder) has been lodged (in Police Station Satwari) against the PSO of SSP Uttam Chand for firing (during violent protests in which one youth was killed Gadigarh area of city yesterday)”, Deputy Commissioner, Jammu Simrandeep Singh said.The PSO of the SSP had opened fire in “self-defence” during an attack by angry protesters at Gadigarh in Satwari belt of Jammu city, police has said.”Police has fired in self-defence in which there was one causality. The entire incident would be looked into and action would to taken against those involved in it,” Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh had said. He said there was peaceful environment in Jammu and such a situation is being created by “some people”.Streets of Jammu wore a deserted look and business establishments remained closed for third consecutive day today. Educational institutions in Jammu, Samba, Kathua, Rajauri and Poonch districts also remained shut for the second consecutive day. The mobile and internet services were also suspended in Jammu for the second day. Apart from the Army, police and paramilitary forces have been deployed in strength in sensitive areas.Authorities had clamped Section 144 of CrPC, which bars gathering of more than four persons at a place, in the entire Jammu district two days back and curfew like situation prevailed in violence-hit areas of Satwari-Ranibagh-Gadigarh-R S Pura belt and elsewhere.
The Governor, who visited the Naharlagun railway station inspected hygiene, security setup and amenities for passengers including catering services.
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Arunachal Pradesh’s new Governor J P Rajkhowa on Thursday expressed displeasure over lack of amenities and hygiene at Naharlagun railway station after a surprise visit.The Governor, who visited the station last evening, inspected hygiene, security setup and amenities for passengers including catering services.He expressed displeasure over the conditions at the station, a Raj Bhavan communique said on Thursday.There was no provision for supply of drinking water, tea and food stuff as not a single shop has been awarded licence to open catering service, it said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rajkhowa said although the railway station is new and launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi with much fanfare, but the wagons are very old.”The station is under-staffed and cleanliness is not in accordance to the vision of Prime Minister’s Swachh Bharat (initiative),” he said.Interacting with railway officials, Rajkhowa pointed out that the bogies should be replaced with new ones, cleanliness must be maintained at all costs and it should be adequately staffed.Accompanied by his wife Rita Rajkhowa, the governor also visited the Naharlagun helipad, the communiqué added.
Father had been raping his 15-year-old daughter for past one year by threatening her with dire consequences if she disclosed the incident to anyone.
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A 15-year-old girl was allegedly raped by her father for an year in Turkpur Badhwar village following which he was arrested, police said on Thursday.The girl has alleged that her father had been raping her for past one year. He also used to threaten her with dire consequences if she disclosed the incident to anyone, Police Station In-Charge Vinay Kumar Saroj said.After the girl was subjected to severe beating for past two days, she confided in her cousin, who took her to police station on Wednesday, he said.The accused has been arrested and the girl sent for medical examination, added Saroj.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>
Air Marshal A P Garud, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Air Command, retired on Sunday after a distinguished service of 38 years.
Garud was commissioned in the helicopter stream of IAF on December 29, 1976 and has over 6,100 hours of flying experience on various helicopters and training aircraft in his career span, a defence release said.
An alumnus of National Defence Academy, Khadakwasala and Defence Services Staff College, Wellington, he is a qualified flying Instructor with a meritorious Category-A2.
He had served as Directing Staff at Flying Instructors School, Tambaram and as Senior Instructor at Defence Services Staff College Wellington and had also undergone the Higher Command Course at College of Combat, Mhow and the prestigious course at National Defence College, New Delhi, it said.
The Air Marshal had commanded an operational helicopter unit as well as the Helicopter Training School of IAF. He was also at the helm of two operational bases, the AF Station Barrackpore and AF Station Guwahati.
He had also served on deputation to Namibia.
His senior level appointments include Senior Officer-in-Charge Administration at Headquarters Eastern Air Command Shillong, Inspector General (Air) Border Security Force and Director General (Inspection & Safety) at Air Headquarters.
Before taking over as Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, SAC, he was senior Air Staff Officer at Training Command Headquarters.
He took over the reins of SAC on January 1, 2014.
A constable and an ASI of Jammu and Kashmir Police were arrested on Saturday in connection with the death of a youth in security forces firing during protests in Budgam district this morning.”Preliminary investigation reveals that Constable Javaid Ahmad had fired with his service rifle on the directions of In charge police party Assistant Sub Inspector Manzoor Ahmad, in violation of laid down standard operating procedure.”Both the ASI and Constable have been arrested and further investigation is underway,” a police spokesman said. The arrests come nearly 11 hours after a teenage boy was killed in police firing at Narbal in Magam area of Budgam district during protests against killing of two youth in an army operation at Tral in Pulwama district earlier this week.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The spokesman said that the Station House Officer of the Magam area, Inspector Khursheed ur Rehman, has been attached for “lack of supervision”.Suhail Ahmad Sofi and two other youth were injured in police firing at Narbal this morning during protests. Sofi succumbed to injuries at a hospital.”In this regard Case FIR No 34/2015 under sections 302 (murder), 147, 149, 341, 427 RPC was registered in Police Station Magam,” the spokesman said.
Suspected Maoists triggered an explosion on Visakhapatnam-Raipur railway line in Rayagada district early Saturday, injuring one person and blowing up a portion of track that led to disruption of train services on the route.
Suspected Maoists triggered an explosion on Visakhapatnam-Raipur railway line in Rayagada district early Saturday, injuring one person and blowing up a portion of track that led to disruption of train services on the route.The blast triggered in the wee hours by a low intensity improvised explosive device (IED) damaged about one metre of track at Munikhol near Muniguda Railway Station, Rayagada SP K Sibasubramani said.A railway gangman, identified as Hari Mirdha, sustained minor injury in the incident, a Railway Protection Force (RPF) official said.Bomb disposal squad visited the site of the blast, suspected to have been carried out by Maoists, the SP said adding that investigation was on.Rail services on the route were disrupted for sometime and about half a dozen trains were stranded at Kesinga, Muniguda and Rayagada railway stations.In a banner found from the site, Vansadhara-Nagabali and Ghumusar division of banned CPI (Maoist) claimed responsibility for the blast saying they were opposed to the forthcoming India visit of US President Barack Obama, police officials said.Railway officials swung into action to restore train services on the route.
One of the two constables accused of gangraping a 14-year-old girl inside a police station in Badaun in Uttar Pradesh was arrested on Tuesday from Bareilly railway staton, said official.Constable Avanish Yadav was arrested when he was about to board a train for Delhi.“Yadav, along with his colleague, sexually assaulted a minor girl. A case was registered against him but he had fled the area. Today, we received information and in a joint operation with the team from Badaun, we arrested Yadav from a temple outside the railway station here,” Bareilly City Superintendent of Police Rajeev Mehrotra told ANI.“He has been handed over to the Badaun Police. He will be produced in the court tomorrow. However, the other accused is still at large,” he added.The girl was allegedly abducted from her house on December 31 by constables Veer Pal Singh Yadav and Avnish Yadav, police said. She was taken to Musajhag Police Station and allegedly raped thereAn FIR was registered after the victim’s mother lodged a complaint against the two policemen.The medical examination of the girl had confirmed the rape. The two constables hail from Bareilly and separate teams were constituted to nab them.Giving details of the alleged incident, the victim had said, “At 8 PM I informed my mother and went to relieve myself. I saw a car there and two constables. They told me to come into the car and then took me away. They took me to a room in the police station where they assaulted me. They then dropped me to my village.”As Union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi condemned the incident, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav directed officials to make all out efforts to arrest the accused and punish them. Yadav ordered that a senior police officer be rushed from the headquarters to coordinate with the Badaun police for effective investigations, an official spokesman said.Terming the incident as “unfortunate”, Maneka Gandhi had said the rape crisis centre was a necessity for the district and it would be set up in the coming months.Musajhag Police Station, where the minor was raped, fall in Aonla, the former Lok Sabha constituency of Maneka Gandhi.
Two constables have been suspended for allegedly abducting and gang-raping a 14-year-old girl in Musajhag Police Station premises here, police said on Friday.The girl was abducted from her house on December 31 by two constables Veer Pal Singh Yadav and Avnish Yadav, who took her to the police station premises and allegedly raped her, Superintendent of Police (City) Lallan Singh said.An FIR was registered after the victim’s mother lodged a complaint against the two policemen, who are absconding.The two cops have been suspended and police were trying to trace their whereabouts.