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Love bites on victim help crack theft case

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Does love blind us all or is love really blind? Sunny Leone in her new song for Bhoomi croons about her partner giving her hickeys but for this 23-year-old girl love bites from her boyfriend proved very costly.The woman who was set to marry soon was found tied up by her father after their house was burgled, It was alleged that thieves stole Rs 20 lakh in cash and jewellery. The police were informed about the robbery on Tuesday afternoon. DCP (north-east) Ajit Singla formed several teams, led by ACP (Seelampur) Shashank Jaiswal, to investigate the case.They questioned several ‘criminals’ in the area and scrap dealers and vegetable vendors but were unable to unearth substantial leads. They even scanned CCTV cameras in the areas but still found no clue.However, soon the police arrested the businessman’s soon-to-be married daughter and her 34-year-old boyfriend Anees for staging the crime. It was love bites on the woman’s neck that made the police suspicious about the whole incident, according to a TOI report. When the cops interviewed her, they found her statements inconsistent and found her phone formatted. Her phone details were carefully examined and police found a man who was in regular touch with her and was present when the dramatic incident was staged.Arshad informed the police that he and his family had gone for shopping for their daughter’s marriage scheduled for next month.The women’s boyfriend was arrested after they went in to the house to question the woman about the robbers identity.All the valuables were recovered by the police, DCP Singla confirmed.The couple revealed they were planning for an escapade after stealing money from the women’s house. The women also revealed during questioning that her parents were forcibly trying to get her married to a doctor. She claimed that she had already married Mohammad Anees in 2015. However, she was scared to inform them about her marriage as they both belonged to different caste.The duo were presented before a magistrate who sent them to 14 days custody in Tihar jail.

Will Iqbal Kaskar lead to Dawood Ibrahim? Unlocking D-Company mystery

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>It was just another Monday at a house in south Mumbai’s Nagpada, where the occupants were busy watching Kaun Banega Crorepati and having biryani, when the Thane Police came knocking.In what could be the biggest catch for India, ex-encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma and his team detained Iqbal Ibrahim Kaskar, the younger brother of India’s most wanted criminal — Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar.On the surface, it looks like a simple case of a Mumbai underworld criminal involved in an extortion racket targeting realtors and businessmen.But why would the police arrest Iqbal Kaskar is an old extortion case now?The answer lies in a special strategy adopted by India, reportedly formulated by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, which is targeted to corner Dawood.Iqbal Kaskar is a very strong link that can help New Delhi to unmask the D-Company syndicate.The younger brother of Dawood Ibrahim, number 5 among 11 siblings, is relatively less fierce than other Kaskar brothers.An HT report quotes a police official, who said that Kaskar was a ‘softy’ in the D Company who ran extortion racket solely on ‘merit’ of his surname.Iqbal Kaskar never went with Dawood and other brothers Anees and Noora to Pakistan.He migrated to Dubai in late 80s, where he used to sell electronic items in shops given to him by Dawood.After 9/11 attacks, when the security forces came down on the D Company, Iqbal Kaskar was deported to India in 2003.He was booked in two case but was released on bail in 2007. The police said that he was running the extortion racket from the home of his sister Haseena Parker after her death in 2014.As the latest reports suggest that Iqbal Kaskar was in touch with his brother Anees Ibrahim, the police may be able to prove the link between Kaskar and his brothers in Pakistan.Amid all this, another important link in the D-Company mystery is Chota Rajan.Once a great friend and partner, Chota Rajan is now an arch enemy of Dawood Ibrahim.Arrested in Indonesia in 2015, Chota Rajan may be helping Indian security agencies with such specific intel.He is providing much insight to the police to nab the second most richest gangster in the world after Pablo Escobar, an HT report said.With arrest of Iqbal Kaskar, Dawood Ibrahim must be having sleepless nights in his plush home in Karachi.

2 gutka manufacturers, accused of helping Dawood gang set up

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A special MCOCA court here today granted bail to gutka manufacturers Rasiklal Dhariwal and Jagdish Mohanlal Joshi in a case, in which the two have been accused of helping the Dawood Ibrahim gang to set up a gutka plant in Karachi, Pakistan. Special Judge S M Bhosale granted bail to the two. Dhariwal and Joshi were named by an arrested aide of Anees Ibrahim, the brother of fugitive gangster Dawood, during his confession to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The CBI had, in 2016, filed a supplementary charge sheet against Dhariwal and Joshi. Earlier, on August 26, 2016, the court had granted interim bail to the duo. The first charge sheet in the case was filed in 2005 against Anees’s aide Jamiruddin Ansari, who stated in his confession that he had seen Joshi with Anees in Dubai in 2000. According to the prosecution, Ansari had also told the investigators that Joshi was seeking Anees’s help to recover some dues from Dhariwal, who too went to Dubai after being summoned by the gangster. Subsequently, they went to Karachi, where Dawood acted as a mediator and settled the issue, he told the investigators. According to Ansari, Joshi and Dhariwal later helped Anees set up a gutka plant in Karachi.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Back door was provided for Geelani’s grandson’s appointment National Conference

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> Following the controversy over the appointment of the grandson of pro-Pakistan separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Anees-ul-Islam, last year in November, while Kashmir was seeing the unrest and violence, National Conference has voiced its concern over the matter. Anees bagged the job of a research officer in Sher-e-Kashmir International Convection Complex (SKICC), which comes under PDP-BJP coalition government. Allegedly, for Anees? appointment, the rules were bent and he received out-of-turn job. National Conference leader Devender Singh Rana told ANI, ?A back door was provided for the appointment. Everybody has a right on government job, but the way that has been taken is wrong. While, lakhs of people are unemployed in Kashmir, this appointment will hurt the people.? Another leader of National Conference, Junaid Mattoo also expressed concern over Anees? appointment. ?Some senior bureaucrats are working as PDP functionaries. If the grandson of Syed Ali Shah Geelani has been appointed because of Geelani?s influence, then this is questionable. We will demand an independent enquiry not just on this case, but on all the back-door appointments,? he told ANI. However, Jammu and Kashmir?s tourism secretary Farooq Shah, who was also the chairman of Senior Selection Committee claimed that all the rules were followed in the appointment. He said, ?We invited applications from candidates; he was found fit for the post.” Sohail Bukhari, advisor to Mehbooba Mufti, Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, has also denied the allegations. He asserted, ?There is no single rule that has been bent. SKICC is an autonomous body. They published a notification for the job. Many applications came and based on merit, 35 were called for interview. One individual was selected finally. The allegation is purely fabrication.? Ends NM/sp NNNN ANI(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Employee of pvt company shot dead, Rs 11 lakh looted

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An employee of a private company was today shot dead and another injured allegedly by some unidentified persons who looted Rs 11 lakh in cash from their possession, police said today. The two employees, Ekant Sharma and Rahul, of a bakery firm, based in industrial area on Lucknow-Varanasi national highway, had gone to Bank Of Baroda’s Jagdishpur branch to deposit the cash, they said. “Some unidentified miscreants shot dead Ekant, 45, son of Santosh Sharma and resident of Kanpur, and looted cash Rs 11 lac and fled away. Sharma died on spot,” he said, adding that his companion Rahul received injuries in his leg and fell on ground. He was rushed to community health centre Jagdishpur where he is undergoing treatment. DIG of Faizabad Division, RC Sahu, and SP Amethi, Anees Ansari, visited the spot.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

SP MLA, BJP nominee booked for violating model code of conduct

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A BJP candidate and an SP MLA were booked today for allegedly violating the model code of conduct as they went to file their nomination papers with hundreds of supporters in vehicles, leading to heavy traffic snarls here. BJP nominee Mayankeshwar Sharan Singh, a former MLA from Tiloi, and Samajwadi Party (SP) candidate Rakesh Pratap Singh, the sitting MLA from Gauriganj assembly segment in Amethi district, filed their nominations in respective courts on the premises of collectorate at Gauriganj. Both the leaders arrived at district collectorate with hundreds of their followers which resulted in heavy traffic jams on the roads of district headquarters. Amethi Superintendent of Police Anees Ansari said cases of violation of model code conduct have been filed against both the leaders. Four seats under Amethi parliamentary constituency fall in Amethi district and one in Raebareli.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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