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Boyfriend kills girl after her engagement

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 21-year-old girl was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend after the girl’s engagement was fixed by the family recently. The incident took place in East Delhi’s New Ashok Nagar on Friday.Police said that accused had yet to be taken in for questioning.According to the police, Yogwati Kumari left home around 6 pm on Thursday to purchase some vegetables from the local market. Her boyfriend Arjun alias Bhola who resided in the same block asked her to meet him. Instead of going to the market, the girl reached his residence and did not return home. Being unable to find her, her parents filed a missing complaint at the police station.When the girl did not return home till Friday morning the parents expressed their suspicion on Arjun. The family members than reached his residence and found it locked from outside. The police was informed who then broke open the door and found the body of the girl inside the house.”The girl had slit marks on her throat. Her engagement was fixed by her family members. The accused boy did not know about this and when he got to know he called her to his house and later killed her,” said a senior police officer.The house where her body was found was rented by Arjun who hails from Bihar. He worked with a private firm in Noida while the girl was doing her graduation through correspondence.

Taxi mows down senior citizen on Eastern Freeway

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A senior citizen from Chennai who was visiting his son in Mumbai on a vacation was knocked down by a taxi at the Eastern Freeway tunnel on Wednesday morning.The victim has been identified as Algalswami Shetiyar (70).The Trombay police have registered a case of death due to negligence against the taxi driver, Mohammad Hafiz Khan, 50.According to the police, Shetiyar had come from Chennai for a month and was staying with his son at Ashok Nagar near Panjarpole junction. On Wednesday at 8 am Shetiyar left the house for a morning walk. While he was walking on the freeway, a taxi coming from Chembur to CSMT knocked him down. The taxi driver suddenly noticed a man in front of his car but could not apply the brakes due to the high speed of the vehicle.The police were informed by passersby who also rushed Shetiyar to the hospital, where he was declared dead before admission.

Mumbai: Fire breaks out in commercial building in Kandivali; none hurt

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> A fire broke out in a commercial building in suburban Kandivali here this morning, with four to five persons rescued from the spot, a civic official said.The blaze broke out on the second floor of the three-storey structure located at Ashok Nagar, Kandivali East, said an official of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) Disaster Management Cell.”The Fire brigade received a call at 10.20 am. Our team arrived at the spot at 10.38 am and swung into action to douse the fire which occurred in a commercial establishment. Cooling operations were underway,” the official said.The fire was confined to 4 to 5 galas (commercial shops) on the second floor, he said.Four-five people who were inside the building have been rescued with the help of a ladder. They were unhurt.Eight fire engines and water tankers are at the spot to contain the blaze, the official said, adding that the cause behind the fire is yet to be ascertained.

Seminar turns out to sermon on girls’ conduct

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Seminar on Blue Whale game, organised at Maharani’s College, turned into a sermon on ‘acceptable’ women’s behaviour, from none other than ACP Ashok Nagar Ramgopal Pareek, who was invited as chief guest to appraise the students of the harmful repercussions of the game on Friday.“Girls go to late night parties, their dress code these days is just one piece and they drink an unknown amount of alcohol,” said Pareek with complete hand gesticulations to elaborate his points. This is highly unacceptable. This shows the bias the police have while dealing with crime against women, said a senior teacher at Maharani’s College who did not wish to be named. First, they need gender sensitization workshops, she added.Remain inside the boundaries set by the society in order to live a happy life, Pareek said to the undergraduate students who were gathered to hear about blue whale game. Getting an audience, the police officer was unstoppable with his pearls of wisdom to the students. “Go where you want to go, but be careful. Cab drivers pick up girls based on their appearance. They ask one to sit in the front seat and drive off with them. They later pay them Rs5000 to Rs6000 to keep shut.” Then there was a session on the importance of keeping the phone charged at all times. “Your life depends on the phone. This device is very important, keep it charged at all times,” he added. The policeman had by then forgotten that the blue whale menace is what he was to discuss, and that too is on the phone. Cyber security with ethics was next on his agenda, reading out from his copious notes “Do not take mobiles as gifts from ‘unknown people’. That equipment is controlled by the giver. It leaks your personal information. Maharani’s College had organised the seminar as part of its initiative to deal with the menace of blue whale among youth. The lecture may not have cleared doubts about the game, but it left no doubt about the need for gender sensitization among the police force.

Man registers false case of son’s abduction to pay off load

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A man who was under constant pressure by his relatives to pay back a sum of money he had borrowed from them, allegedly registered a false case of his son’s abduction in Ghaziabad, in a bid to save face. The accused, identified as Dheeraj Raghav, is posted in Shakur Basti in Delhi as a superintendent in the Railways, said Assistant Superintendent of Police Anoop Singh.Raghav registered a complaint at Sahibabad police station on Friday stating that his 21-year-old son Nikhil was kidnapped and a ransom of Rs 30 lakh was demanded, Singh said. He presented a concocted story on how his son was kidnapped while on his Scooty, and that he had to pay Rs 30 lakh to the abductors after receiving their threats on calls.On the basis of the complaint, police monitored CCTV footage of Karan Gate police post, the spot where Raghav’s son was allegedly kidnapped and dragged into a van, as stated in the complaint. However, the footage showed that Nikhil parked his Scooty at a certain place and then left after a while. There were no signs of abduction in the video, police said.After a detailed probe, they found that Raghav had borrowed Rs 30 lakh from his relatives for the construction of his house in Delhi’s Ashok Nagar, a couple of months ago. Now his relatives were demanding their money back. To get rid of the burden of the payment, he devised the plan, Singh said. After a firm interrogation of the father-son duo on Saturday, they confessed they had borrowed money to construct a house and now their relatives were mounting pressure on them to get back the loan, Singh said.An FIR under appropriate sections of IPC will be lodged against them for misguiding the police, and legal action will be initiated, he added.

Angry over patient’s death, relatives create ruckus in

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Angry over the death of an eight- year-old girl today her relatives created ruckus and damaged the property of the ESI hospital here alleging negligence by doctors, police said. According to police, Roshini, a resident of New Ashok Nagar locality in Delhi, was brought to the hospital two days ago. Doctors had given her medicine and sent her back. Today, her condition deteriorated and she was brought to the hospital, where doctors declared her “brought dead”. Hearing about her death, the girl’s relatives alleged negligence by doctors and created ruckus and damaged the hospital property. Sector-24 Police Station incharge Umed Yadav said that the girl’s body was sent for post mortem and an investigation started on complaint of her relatives.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

BJP MP seeks UP CM intervention on development in east Delhi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>BJP MP Maheish Girri today sought UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s intervention in getting the development works in his East Delhi constituency completed, as it required action from the neighbouring state’s Irrigation department. The Agra Canal, which passes through three assembly constituencies of east Delhi, and large chunks of land in these areas belong to the Uttar Pradesh Irrigation Department (UPID). “Intervention by the Uttar Pradesh government is required for construction of a pucca road on the UPID land, from Aali village to Madanpur Khadar, in Okhla assembly area,” Girri said in a statement after meeting Adityanath in Lucknow. He said that residents were facing problems in commuting due to the absence of a proper road. Re-construction of two 100-year-old bridges and building of an additional bridge on Agra canal, were also pending, he said. The road, which presently runs along the Agra Canal, can also be widened keeping in mind the future traffic needs, the BJP MP from East Delhi Lok Sabha constituency said. Construction of flyovers and bridges on Agra Canal from Ghazipur to New Ashok Nagar, as well as developing parks and playgrounds in and around Jamia Nagar police station, on the land belonging to UPID, was also discussed during the meeting. Girri also requested Adityanath for construction of ‘Pucca Chhat’ ghats, in the vicinity of Agra Canal at Ghazipur, New Ashok Nagar and Madanpur Khadar, where mostly people from Purvanchal live.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Police nab 30 people from Noida in fraud case

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a major development on Thursday, the city police nabbed nearly 30 people from Noida for their involvement in a case of fraud.“Few days back a case was registered at Ashok Nagar police station by one Bhagwan Sahay. In his report, Bhagwan Sahay informed that he had invested Rs40 lakh in the market which he had invested through a call centre company based in Noida. But the company fraudulently kept the money with itself. After investigation the cops reached Noida and arrested five main accused along with others,” officials said.2 arrested for thrashing mentally-challenged woman: Two persons have been arrested for allegedly thrashing a mentally-challenged woman with a rubber pipe in Nagaur district of Rajasthan, police said on Thursday.The incident happened on Tuesday but it came to light after someone uploaded the video of the incident on social media today.Two persons identified as Prakash Meghwal and Shrawan Meghwal have been arrested, they said. We are also searching for the man who uploaded the video on social media, SHO, Balaji police station, Puranmal Meena said. He said the suspects beat the woman on the suspicion that she was entering their fields with some ill-intention.Biker killed in road mishap: An accident occurred late on Wednesday night in Murlipura area wherein an unidentified vehicle ran over a biker. “The incident occurred on the express highway around 10.30 pm when one Madan lal (60), a resident of Gokulpura on Kalwar road was passing when a vehicle ran over him. The man fell on the road and became unconscious. Passers by informed the police, which rushed him to a nearby hospital where he succumbed to injuries.

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