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India girl ‘raped by teachers’ critical after abortion

Doctors say she suffered brain damage after school staff accused of raping her forced her to abort.

Blue whale game: 35 calls in 8 days

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Ahmedabad Cyber Cell of Crime branch received 35 calls in eight days on the helpline number launched to create awareness on the Blue Whale Challenge. The helpline number was issued on September 7.As per the cyber cell officials, out of the 35 calls received, only one call was from the victim. The others were regarding guidance to prevent the Blue Whale threat and tip-offs regarding the links of the Challenge.The officials have received calls from parents in the city asking how to prevent their kids from felling prey to the challenge. The officials gave tips on how to prevent their kids from playing the Challenge and how they can know whether their kid is playing the Challenge or not. They also told the parents to keep a close watch on their kids, especially when they are using a mobile phone or a computer.Officials also received many calls from people who claimed that they have links of the challenge in order to get the reward of Rs 1 lakh.Rajdeep Zala, ACP, Cyber cell of crime branch said, “We have received many links of the challenge, but not a single one is genuine. People have sent us links to other fake Blue whale games which are available on Google play store.But it’s a good news as people have now started taking this news seriously and have started approaching for help.”The helpline number for Blue whale challenge was launched by Cyber cell of crime branch on September 7, 2017, as per the orders of City police commissioner AK Singh.The helpline number brochures have been made by the department which is circulated in the city areas and they have even posted the helpline number on Social media sites.

Man held for siphoning off diamonds worth Rs 1 crore

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The DB Marg police have arrested a man, and are on the lookout for his accomplice for allegedly duping a diamond shop owner to the tune of Rs 1.33 crores worth of diamonds, on the pretext of selling it abroad for a higher price. The accused have been identified as Deven Zaveri and arrested accused as Pinal Shah.According to police, Shah had befriended the complainant, and had introduced Zaveri as his brother-in-law who runs a diamond business in Dubai and other countries, and has built a Jain temple in Dubai. After gaining the trust of the complainant, Shah told the complainant that Zaveri can sell diamonds at a good rate. Zaveri took the diamonds from the victim on the pretext of selling it abroad. However, the accused neither returned money nor the diamonds even after two years, and did not respond to the victim’s messages. On realising that he had been duped, the victim lodged a complaint at the police station. “After registering the case, we arrested Shah but Zaveri is not in India. We suspect Zaveri is in New Zealand and we are trying to trace him,” said a police officer.

Bikers shoot dead man in Ashok Vihar

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 42-year-old man was allegedly robbed and shot dead by unidentified bike-borne assailants in northwest Delhi’s Ashok Vihar on Tuesday night. The incident took place metres away from the victim’s residence while he was returning home on a two-wheeler.According to the police, the incident occurred around 8 pm. The victim, Sanjeev Kumar, was returning from his shop in Shastri Nagar, and was carrying a bag of cash. Locals and witnesses told the police four armed men on two bikes approached Kumar had almost reached his house in Ashok Vihar, four armed men on two bikes approached him after which they had a short argument.”The four men tried to rob his bag, but Kumar resisted. After this one of the robbers pulled out a pistol and fired at him multiple times. After hearing gunshots, locals arrived at the spot and called up the police. Kumar was rushed to a hospital, but was declared brought dead,” said a senior police officer.Police said that the incident has been captured in CCTV and efforts to identify the assailants or the vehicle used by them are being made. A case has been registered under sections 302 (punishment for murder), 394 (voluntarily causing hurt in committing robbery), 397 (robbery, or dacoity, with attempt to cause death or grievous hurt) and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) against unknown persons at Ashok Vihar police station.

Man shot at over property-related dispute in east Delhi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 34-year-old man was shot at allegedly by two men over property-related dispute, in east Delhi’s Jagatpuri area, police said today. The victim, Ajay Garg, was found lying in a pool of blood with bullet injury outside his shop on April 16, they said, adding he was rushed to a private hospital. Garg was unable to recall about the shooter as he had been shot from behind, police said. Police team collected a total of 15 CCTV footages from the victim’s shop to his house. During scrutiny of the CCTV footages, it was noticed that a man on a blue scooter had been following the victim on the day of the incident, they said. It was further seen that the same scooter was parked outside a provision store adjacent to the victim’s shop before the incident was reported, police said. Police said on investigating the scooter was found to be of one Aakash, son of the owner of the provision shop adjacent to Garg’s shop. He was found to be absconding and was traced to Uttarakhand. On the basis of inputs, raids were conducted last night and Aakash was arrested while he had gone to meet one of his associates at a market in Krishna Nagar, police said, adding his associate was later identified as Mohammad Javed. Aakash told police that he and his father had been running a provision store and had given the adjacent shop on rent to the Garg’s father 30 years ago. However, Garg and his father refused to pay rent five years ago. He said they had many arguments with them but never reported the matter to the police, police officials said. He claimed they felt humiliated about the non-payment of the rent, so planned to kill Garg, for which he acquired the gun from Javed, they said. Police said the accused were not involved in any crimes in the past.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Army man booked for molesting, blackmailing girl in J-K

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An Army man was today booked by the Crime Branch of Jammu and Kashmir Police for allegedly blackmailing a girl after outraging her modesty in Ramban district of the state. Gulab Singh Parihar, posted in Kupwara district, allegedly outraged the modesty of the girl and obtained her photographs. He then prepared an offensive video and started sending threatening text messages to her through different mobile phones, a senior officer of J&K Crime Branch said here today. Parihar allegedly demanded her photographs along with money amounting to Rs 5 lakh, failing which he threatened to upload her nude pictures online. He also allegedly demanded from her, photographs and videos of other girls from Ramban area for blackmailing them as well, the officer said. After receiving a complaint from the victim, a preliminary inquiry was initiated and it was revealed through mobile phone locations that Parihar, with the connivance of other suspects, had sent vulgar and offensive text messages by impersonating as a blackmailer, the officer said. A formal case was registered under relevant sections of the IPC and have investigations started into the case.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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