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Mahakal temple says specific dress code required to enter sanctum sanctorum; rejects disabled mountaineer’s claims

A day after Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to scale Mount Everest, alleged that her disability was mocked at when she visited the Mahakal temple here, the temple authorities today said a specific “dress code” had to be followed to enter the sanctum sanctorum.Madhya Pradesh’s Women and Child Development Minister Archana Chitnis has ordered an inquiry into the incident.Sinha, a former national-level volleyball player, had yesterday said she felt “greater pain” while visiting the temple than climbing Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak at 8,844 metres.The temple authorities said men had to be clad in “dhotis” (shola), while women had to wear a saree to enter the sanctum sanctorum during the “bhasma aarti”, a unique practice observed at the temple in the early hours every day.”According to the temple traditions, women wearing a saree and men in dhotis are allowed to enter the sanctum sanctorum during the bhasma aarti in the morning,” the temple’s administrator, Avdhesh Sharma, said.He added that Sinha had come to the temple at around 4.30 am on December 24 and was told about the tradition by the priests and security personnel there.Sharma said generally, those not wearing a dhoti or a saree were allowed to enter the sanctum sanctorum, but the entry was restricted during the “bhasma aarti”.He said entry to the sanctum sanctorum during the “bhasma aarti” was only allowed through pre-booked slots and added that Sinha had reached the temple on a short notice.The temple authorities also made public the CCTV footage, in which the security personnel were purportedly seen talking to Sinha.However, Sinha told reporters that the footage also showed a man entering the temple’s sanctum sanctorum wearing jeans.”Not allowing a person wearing jeans or pants in the sanctum sanctorum is wrong. In the footage, a man is seen entering the restricted area wearing jeans. Why was I not allowed? Only because I am a disabled woman? I am a devotee of Lord Shankar,” she said.The 29-year-old mountaineer also said she did not intend to seek an apology from anyone over the incident.Recounting her unpleasant experience, she had earlier said her disability was mocked at when she visited the temple.”I am very sorry to tell you that I felt greater pain in visiting Mahakal temple (at Ujjain) than scaling the Everest. My disability was mocked at there (at Mahakal),” Sinha had tweeted yesterday.She had also tagged the Prime Minister’s Office and the Madhya Pradesh chief minister’s office in her tweet.Sinha was pushed out of a running train by robbers in April, 2011, while she was resisting a robbery attempt. As a result, one of her legs had to be amputated below the knee. She is the first Indian amputee to climb the Everest.Meanwhile, Chitnis apologised to Sinha for the incident and said the mountaineer was the pride of the country.In a statement, the minister said she had asked the Ujjain divisional commissioner to conduct an inquiry into the incident.Chitnis said she had also told the officials that such incidents should not take place in the future.She added that she would talk to the priests at the temple and also visit Lucknow soon to meet Sinha.The temple houses one of the 12 “jyotirlingas” in the country.

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Four killed after bus drives into pedestrian underpass in Moscow

A passenger bus swerved off course and drove into a busy pedestrian underpass in Moscow on Monday, killing at least four people, Russian news agencies reported.Video from the scene posted on social media showed a bus veering off the road and plunging down the steps of a pedestrian underpass, crushing several people beneath its wheels.The driver of the bus had been detained by police, agencies said, after he lost control of the vehicle. The incident occurred on one of the Russian capital’s busiest roads near the Slavyansky Boulevard metro station.Monday was an ordinary working day in Russia where Orthodox Christmas will be celebrated on January 7.An unnamed emergency services source told the TASS news agency that the number of fatalities had risen to five people. There were also unconfirmed reports that some 15 people had been injured.The Interfax news agency said investigators were looking into whether the incident had occurred as a result of a technical fault with the bus.Ten ambulances, fire service personnel, and three medivac helicopters were on the scene, agencies reported.

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Meghalaya: Church vandalised by hooligans on Christmas Day in Shillong

A church was vandalised on Christmas Day by two unidentified drunken youths in Tura town of Meghalaya, a senior police officer said.The incident was caught in CCTV camera of the Baptist Church at Hawakana area of the town and it had also gone viral on social media with people condemning the incident which took place hours after the midnight service.”Two youths in inebriated condition were seen breaking the glass entrance of the Church premises. The incident took place at around 2.15 am,” West Garo Hills, Superintendent of Police(SP), R Kumar told PTI.He said the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) will inquire into the incident.The SP said the church authorities have submitted the CCTV footages available.Analysing the footages, the SP said the two youths were clearly in an inebriated condition.Terming it a “drunken act”, Kumar said it was “unfortunate” to have taken place on a Christmas day.”It was not an act aimed at vandalising the property but a drunken act by two young people who were too drunk to handle themselves,” the SP said.

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Month on, Connaught Place molester roams free

Almost a month after a 32-year-old professor was molested in Connaught Place, the heart of the national Capital, the Delhi Police have failed to get any major breakthrough, though a sketch of the accused has also been made with the help of the victim. The police, however, maintain that a dedicated team is working on the case.The woman was molested on the terrace of her office building on November 30. A man groped her, unzipped his pants, and masturbated in front of her while she was taking a break from work. The accused also snatched her phone before fleeing from the location. DNA was the first to report the incident.Four days after the incident, the police got a sketch of the accused made, which was then circulated. The accused, however, still remains at large and has not been identified till now.Investigating officers said the accused was not known to the victim. He was wearing spectacles at the time of the incident. The police officers scanned the CCTV footage from the entire area. A list of people, including courier staff, regular visitors, food delivery men, cleaning staff, and other people who would often visit the building has also been made. So far, nearly 100 people have been verified through the sketch.”We have made a list of people who come to the building. It is a time taking procedure but our teams are working on it. We have put up the sketch at several places and are hopeful of nabbing the accused soon,” said BK Singh, DCP, New Delhi.

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Man trying to save pet dog gets killed after train runs over

A 60-year-old man was killed after he was run over by a train here while trying to save his pet dog, police said on Saturday.Bala Singh, resident of Jandli area of Ambala city, was out for a walk with his pet dog by the railway tracks this morning when the incident took place, they added.The dog made a run towards the tracks of Ambala-Rajpura rail section on hearing horns of an approaching train, officials said, adding that Singh rushed after it.He was run over by the train coming from Ambala Cantt side when he was trying to move the dog away from the tracks, the police said. The dog, however, escaped unscathed.The body was taken to the civil hospital for postmortem, they added.

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Cockroach found in food in Air India lounge in Delhi airport

A passenger today took to Twitter to complain about a cockroach on a food plate at Air India’s lounge for premium passengers at the Delhi airport, forcing the airline to apologise.”Dear @airindiain cockroaches on food plates at your Delhi Lounge for business and first class passengers. Disgusting,” Harinder Baweja, a journalist by profession, tweeted along with a picture of a roach on her plate.The airline apologised for the incident on the micro blogging site and said the catering services provider had been asked to take corrective measures.”We are sorry to hear this, Ms Harinder…We have alerted the agency managing lounge at T3 (Terminal 3). Necessary corrective measures are being taken immediately. We deeply apologise for this incident,” it responded in a series of tweets.An airline source said that Air India subsidiary Hotel Corporation of India, which manages Centaur group of hotels, provides catering services at its lounge.

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Robbers leave empty-handed from PL Deshpande’s Pune flat

The locked house of noted writer and humorist late PL Deshpande was broken into by a gang of unidentified burglars on Monday. However, the burglars were disappointed as all they found in the house was the author’s treasure of books. Incidentally, the same house was burgled around five years ago. The burglars had to leave empty-handed on that occassion as well.The incident took place at Malati Madhav apartment situated on Bhandarkar Road in Deccan area at around 2 am on Monday, but according to the residents of the building when they went to the police to lodge the complaint, the police officers did not pay much attention. It was only after the writer’s relatives came down to Pune from Mumbai and contacted senior police officers, the police took cognisance of the incident.The late writer, popularly known as Pu La, has two flats in the apartment and both the flats were locked.

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24-yr-old raped by colleague, friend in Noida

A 24-year-old woman was allegedly gangraped by her colleague and his friend at his residence in Noida’s Sector 58 area in the intervening night on Thursday.According to the police, the woman and one of the accused worked in the same office. The victim had sought financial assistance from him as she had to pay her rent following which he told her that she could collect the cash from his residence in Sector 58 area.The duo then left for his residence on his two-wheeler. Investigating officials revealed that the woman had asked for around Rs 15,000-20,000 as her landlord had called her demanding the rent amount, and she was in urgent need of the money. When they reached his residence the woman was told that his friend would also join them. The two men then allegedly forced themselves on her and took turns to rape her.The duo then fled after the incident leaving the victim stranded.”The incident occurred in the intervening night of December 14 and 15. The victim left the office along with her colleague post midnight. They then reached the residence at around 1 am following which the incident occurred. She informed the police who reached the location but the accused had fled by then. A medical examination of the victim confirmed rape. A case of gang-rape has been registered. We have dedicated teams working on leads to arrest the two accused,” said Arun Kumar, Superintendent of Police (City), Gautam Buddha Nagar.In another incident, a 24- year-old man was arrested on charges of attempting to rape an eight-year-old girl in the Barola area of Noida on Friday evening.According to the police, the accused has been identified as Sandeep, a labourer by profession. He took the girl to an isolated area, on the pretext of giving her chocolates, and then tried to rape her. When she resisted, the accused slapped her.On hearing the girl’s cry, the neighbours reached the spot and thrashed him. Later, a call was made and he was handed over to the police.SEQUENCE OF EVENTSThe victim sought financial assistance from her colleague and went to his home to get the money At the accused’s residence, the man and his friend allegedly gang-raped the woman and fled after the incident Police have registered a case of gangrape

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25-year-old event anchor found dead, family demads CBI probe

After a semi nude body of a 25-year-old event anchor was found dead on the second floor duct of the high rise building in Malad, the family members are suspecting foul play into the entire incident and have demanded that the incident must be probed by the Criminal Bureau of Investigations (CBI). The Malwani police have so far taken the statements of the friends of the deceased and a case of accidental death has been registered in this regard.According to police, Arpita Tiwari, is a resident of Mira road. Arpita on Sunday had visited her friend’s 15th floor residence at Manav Thal building at Malwani in Malad West. Tiwari works as an event host and anchors different events. Tiwari allegedly locked herself inside the washroom and jumped out from the window at around 3 am on Monday.Also readMumbai cop turns thief, walks away with ammunitionAt around 7 am, one of the friend woke up to answer nature’s call and found that the washroom was locked from inside and despite repeated knocks on the door went unanswered. Her friends later on using force opened the door and found glass of the washroom window being tampered. At around 7.30 am her friends found the body on the second floor’s duct. Later they informed the police about the incident.Also readNavi Mumbai suicide: Woman’s body not fit for donation, say copsThe sister of the victim on Wednesday claimed that Tiwari cannot end her life and it can be a case of murder. “The incident must be probed by the CBI and the culprits should be put behind bars”, Tiwar’s sister said. Dipak Phatangare, Senior Police Inspector, Malwani police station said, “So far a case of accidental death has been registered and we are investigating further. If we find any foul play into the incident. A case will be registered.”

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Crime against children: School headmaster arrested for harassing minor

The Odisha Police arrested the headmaster of a school in Odisha’s Mayurbhanj district, who allegedly sexually harassed a minor girl student.The incident came to light when the victim, studying in class VI refused to go to school on consecutive days. When questioned, she narrated the ordeal she went through in the school, the police said.Enraged villagers tied the headmaster to the pole and thrashed him brutally. Later, the police arrested the accused and registered a case against him.The accused is said to be a repeat offender.He, however, has denied charges framed against him and said if found guilty, he was ready to die.

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2 city toddlers drown in separate incidents

In two separate incidents, two children aged two years drowned in the national Capital on Tuesday. While the girl drowned in a drain, the boy drowned in a bucket.In the first incident reported from northwest Delhi’s Wazirpur area, a two-year old boy, identified as Aditya, drowned after accidentally falling in to a bucket full of water at home. The child’s mother had gone to a neighbour’s house while his father was sleeping inside at the time. The bucket was kept at the end of a small staircase, The child was playing near the staircase. It appears he slipped and landed in the bucket face down. Aditya’s father woke up after a while to find him motionless in the bucket.In another incident, a two-year-old girl died after falling into a drain outside an east MCD school in northeast Delhi’s Maujpur area. She was identified as Srishti.According to the police, the incident took place around 8 am.At the time, her father had gone to the school to drop his eldest daughter. He left Srishti outside the school gate, standing on a slab. Reportedly, the slab slipped and the girl fell into the drain. A student from the school saw her falling in and raised an alarm. By the time Srishti was taken out, she had died.Manish, a vendor who generally puts up his stall in the area, said: “We all come in the afternoon to set up our carts in the Maujpur Sabzi Mandi. By the time we came, the incident was over.”

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Woman, daughter shot at in Uttar Pradesh

A 30-year-old woman and her daughter were injured after some miscreants allegedly opened fire on them over old enmity at Kulhedi village, police said today.The incident occurred on Sunday under when some miscreants entered their house and allegedly started fired on them for giving information about a criminal to the police, Superintendent of police Ombir Singh said.The injured were shifted to a hospital in a serious condition, he said, adding, the police were searching for the miscreants.Also readHaryana: 5-year-old girl allegedly raped, murdered; wooden stick inserted into her private parts

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Minor actor molestation: NCW issues notice to Air Vistara; DCW seeks full report of incident

The National Commission for Women (NCW) on Sunday condemned the alleged on board harassment of and took suo moto cognisance of the matter.Speaking to ANI, the acting chairperson of NCW, Rekha Sharma, said, “Air Vistara hasn’t sensitised their crew to take action against men torturing women on flight. I am taking suo moto cognisance of this and giving a notice to Air Vistara.””I would like to ask Air Vistara if they have zero tolerance towards such behaviour, why they have not named this person till now. Naming them is very important. We would like to tell the victim that we are there to help her out in any way we can,” she added.She also said, “I just saw the video on Instagram and my heart goes out to her. I am really horrified the way this incident happened and after that the crew didn’t help this girl. That was very shocking.”Swati Maliwal, the chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW), also condemned the incident.”The flight was from Delhi to Mumbai, this is subjected to our jurisdiction. We have even issued a notice to Air Vistara and asked for details of that man,” said Maliwal.The DCW had also written to Air Vistaara seeking details of the incident. The women commission had asked the flight authorities to submit the following information by December 16:a. Were the crew members of Vistaara aware of the molestation incident with the minor actor during her flight? If yes, please inform the action taken by them in the matter along with details of the help and support provided to the girl.b. List of authorities to whom the matter was reported by Vistaara Airlines along with date and time of reporting.c. Whether CCTVs were installed in the flight? If yes, please provide the footage of the entire flight journey.d. Details of SOPs followed by Vistaara airlines for dealing with matters of sexual harassment on flight.e. Whether any case of molestation has occurred on Vistaara flight in India in the past one year? If yes, please provide details of the same and action taken by Vistaara in the matter.f. Copies of guidelines (if any) issued by Ministry of Aviation, GOI regarding dealing with sexual harassment cases on flight.The incident came to light when the actor shared the ordeal she had to go through en route Mumbai in the flight in an Instagram story.She said she had called out to the cabin crew for help but it was of no use.In the video, she can be seen fighting her tears and saying, “This is not done, I am disturbed. Is this how you’re going to take care of girls?”The Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) have also sought details from Air Vistara over the incident. Taking note of the incident, the airline have ordered a detailed investigation into the incident.In a statement, the airline also apologised, adding the minor actress started yelling at the accused passenger only during the descent of the flight, due to which the cabin crew couldn’t move because it’s mandatory to have no movement during the final phase of the flight as seat belts are on.

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Two brothers lynched at religious programme in Bengal’s Malda

Two brothers were lynched after they fired in the air at a religious programme at Sujapur in West Bengal’s Malda district, police said on Saturday.The incident took place late last night at the religious programme.One of the two brothers who were lynched had been released from the jail yesterday and had attended the programme, where he shot from a gun which he was carrying.Also readAlwar lynching: Deceased Umar had history of cow-smuggling, says police The angry audience caught him and his brother and beat them up severely. Both died on the spot, the police said.Their house was also set on fire and partly damaged, the police added.A large police force rushed to the spot on being informed and controlled the situation. They also recovered the two bodies, which were then sent for post-mortem.The investigation into the incident is on, the police added.Also readJunaid lynching: Trial court judge says senior govt lawyer helping accused, seeks action

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Uttar Pradesh: Engine of passenger train derails

The engine of the Azamgarh- Varanasi City Tamsa passenger train derailed here in the early hours of Friday, Railway sources said.No injury was reported.The incident took place when the train, which leaves Azamgarh around 5 am for Varanasi, was being taken to the platform from the yard, they said.The engine derailed around 4.30 am. No one was injured as the train was empty. The driver and other staff escaped unhurt, the sources said.The engine was re-railed after a two-hour operation.Station Master Baburam said that the train left for Varanasi around 9 am.

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Uttarakhand: Six school teachers die as SUV falls into gorge

Six teachers of a rural school were killed and five others injured today when their vehicle plunged into a gorge in the Almora district.The vehicle, a Bolero, met with the accident near Chitai temple about 10 km from Almora, Superintendent of Police P Renuka Devi told PTI on phone.The incident occurred at around 9 am and the vehicle was ferrying eleven persons, mostly teachers, to a rural school.Three teachers died on the spot while three others succumbed to injuries at a hospital, Devi said. Five injured were rushed to the Almora base hospital from where some were referred to a higher centre in Haldwani, she said.The teachers had apparently hired the vehicle to drop them at their school, the SP said.It is not yet certain what led to the accident, she added.
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After labourer from Malda is murdered in Rajasthan, Mamata Banerjee condemns inhuman killing

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has condemned the killing and called the incident “inhuman”Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee condemned the killing of a labourer from West Bengal in Rajasthan and termed the incident “inhuman”.Mohammad Afrazul was burnt alive and a video of the gruesome incident was uploaded on social media in Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district. In the video, the laboured was seen hacked and burnt to death.”We strongly condemn the heinous killing of a labourer from Bengal in Rajasthan. How can people be so inhuman. Sad,” she said in a tweet.According to SP of Rajsamand Manoj Kumar, the accused, who allegedly committed the crime yesterday, has been arrested and being interrogated.Also readThose who butchered my father should suffer in the same manner: Rajasthan victim’s daughterThe accused was also seen shouting at the victim in the video, IG of Udaipur Anand Srivastava said.Rajasthan Home Minister Gulabchand Kataria condemned the incident and said the case has been handed over to SIT for further investigations.Also readRajasthan: Man arrested for murdering Muslim, burning corpse in suspected love jihad caseThe family of a labourer who was attacked with an axe and then burnt alive in Rajasthan today demanded strict action against the killer who allegedly also uploaded a video of the gruesome crime on social media.Mohammad Afrazul of West Bengal’s Malda district was set ablaze yesterday in Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district.The video, which has gone viral on the internet, shows a man raving about “love jehad”, a term used by sections of Hindu activists to describe marriages between Hindu women and Muslim men, who are accused of seeking to propagate Islam.”We want a thorough investigation to be conducted into the incident and the culprit to be punished,” a relative of Afrazul told reporters in Malda.Afrazul’s family members said they did not know why he was killed. “We don’t know the real reason behind his killing. He was the sole bread winner of the family. We came to know that the person who killed him had called him on the pretext of giving him work,” a relative said.
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Rajasthan: India arrest over ‘love jihad’ killing viral video

The video shows the suspect hacking a man to death and setting the body on fire.

Ola driver allegedly harasses Bengaluru woman, uses child lock to trap her in cab

An Ola cab driver allegedly harassed a 23-year-old woman after trapping her in the car using child lock on Sunday night in Bengaluru. The woman, whose mobile phone battery had run out, could not alert anyone and was let go by the driver after she started banging on the windows and screamed. According to media reports, the incident took place around 10.30 pm on Sunday when the woman, a fashion stylist, booked the cab. The driver took her to a deserted spot on the Ring Road in south east Bengaluru and suddenly stopped, the woman said. The driver then locked the doors engaging child safety locks and started harassing her. The woman said he kept harassing her until he was forced to unlock the car when she banged on the windows and screamed.The woman said that she ran for a few hundred meters before she found an auto-rickshaw. “There was nobody on the road. I was looking out of the window when he suddenly stopped and started touching my legs. I warned him and tried to damage the car. He let me go then. He tried calling me later to warn me but then I blocked his number,” she was quoted as saying by NDTV.She went to the police but decided not to file a complaint as the driver had been warned.Responding to the incident, an Ola spokesperson said, “We regret the unfortunate experience the customer had during their ride. We have zero tolerance to such incidents and the driver has been suspended from the platform as an immediate action upon receiving the complaint.”The company urged the the woman to file a formal complaint, adding that it would give “full support” to the investigation against the driver.The woman, however, alleged that Ola did not inform her about the action it took against the driver.”I reported the incident to Ola on Sunday night itself but even on Monday, when the police asked, they had not taken any action. Even now they haven’t told me what action has been taken. He was rated 4.9 on the app. What is the company doing to ensure women who use the service are safe?” she asked.
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Max hospital row: Newborn found alive in plastic bag passes away

The newborn twin found to be alive after being declared dead by Delhi’s Max Hospital, also passed away during treatment at a hospital in Pitampura.The Shalimar Bagh branch of Max Hospital was accused of medical negligence when the infant was found alive after it was declared ‘dead’ along with his still-born twin by the hospital.The hospital had handed over the newborns in a plastic bag to the family, but when the twins were brought to the burial ground, they realised before performing the last rites, that one of them showed movements inside the bag.Also readMax hospital terminates services of 2 docsThey immediately rushed to a nearby hospital where the doctors confirmed one of them to be alive.Following the incident, the Delhi Police sent a notice under sections 91 and 160 of the CrPC to the administration of Max Hospital, seeking detailed information in connection with the case and asked the authorities to be present for an interrogation.Also readLicence can also be cancelled if medical negligence found: Satyendar Jain on Max Hospital declaring live baby deadIn this connection, the hospital authorities decided to terminate the services of two of its doctors, who were involved in wrongly declaring the newborn dead.Yesterday, the primary inquiry report into the incident found the hospital guilty of not having followed prescribed medical norms in dealing with newborn infants.
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Syed Salahuddin’s son among 18 inmates: Tihar jail to MHA

Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin’s son Syed Shahid Yusuf is one of the 18 prisoners referred to AIIMS after being allegedly beaten up by security personnel in Tihar jail, the prison authorities have informed the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).Two separate probe panels will be investigating the incident.A district judge has been appointed to look into the incident while a law professor from National Law University has been asked to provide legal assistance to inmates involved in the scuffle that led to the alleged thrashing of prisoners last week.Another inquiry will be conducted by Commandant of the Tamil Nadu Special Police posted at the high security cell who were allegedly involved in the scuffle.There were 25 prisoners in the high security ward when the incident took place on the night of November 21-22.Several Kashmiri prisoners are currently lodged in Tihar jail in Delhi after being arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in a terror funding case. Saluhuddin’s son Yusuf, who was a government employee in Jammu and Kashmir, is also part of the same investigation.The Tamil Nadu police personnel posted at the cell have been removed, Tihar jail authorities said in their report to MHA.”The prisoners referred to AIIMS will be examined by a panel of three doctors who will submit a report on the nature of injuries,” said a home ministry official.Yusuf faces allegations of receiving money from his father who is based in Pakistan. Syed Salahuddin, who also heads the United Jihad Council — an umbrella organisation of all terror outfits operating in Kashmir, has been declared a global terrorist by the US Department of State.The incident took place when during a search certain objectionable material was found leading to a confrontation between some prisoners and jail security following which MHA asked for a detailed report from Tihar authorities.Tihar autorities in its report to MHA also stated that jail officials have been sensitised to ensure that inherent dignity of prisoners is always maintained, especially during searches.Following reports of some Kashmiri prisoners being beaten up Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti spoke to union home secretary Rajiv Gauba expressing her concern over the security of inmates from the state.INSIDE THE JAILThere were 25 prisoners in the high security ward when the violent thrashing took place. MHA had asked for a report on the incident from the prison authorities.
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Fired up kin want action

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On Sunday afternoon, Chetan’s relatives and neighbours went on a hyper drive and blocked the thoroughfare at Mount Road.They wanted the police to register the “unnamed” FIR filed in context of the incident which states that Chetan was murdered. They requested the officials to do a detailed enquiry of the incident before taking a final call and declaring it as a “suicide.”In addition to this, the crowd also demanded judicial custody of the ‘murderer’. However, there was no scuffle during the blockade.Earlier, in the evening, Neetu Saini, Chetan’s wife, demanded a CBI investigation. While breaking her silence, Neetu said that she was absolutely sure that Chetan did not commit suicide.“Police are simply telling us that investigation is going on but have not registed an FIR till now. I want it to be registered as a murder under Section 302 of the IPC. I demand an investigation from CBI and justice for my family,” Neetu said.She further informed that Chetan was not under any financial obligation.“The police are making unnecessary assumptions. My husband was in no way related to Padmavati controversy. He never even watched films. Whenever there is an incident on someone hanging anywhere in the city, it finally turns out to be a murder. Same has happened here,” Neetu added.She urged the police not to close the case just by ‘assuming’ that it is a case of suicide.

Pune | 11-day-old baby suffers 90 per cent burns after falling from father’s arm in hot water bucket

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Just 11 days after his birth, a baby boy is struggling for life after he fell from his father’s arms into a hot water bucket.The baby has sustained 90 per cent burn injuries and is currently undergoing treatment.The incident took place in Pune’s Kondhwa area at the family’s house on Wednesday morning. Mohammad Shaikh, the father of the boy, is a cleric. He has three daughters also.According to Kondhwa police, the incident took place on Wednesday morning. A police official from Kondhwa police told DNA that the accident happened when the father of the newborn failed to notice the wire of the immersion rod. Mohammad Shaikh tripped on the tangled wire and lost balance. The child, who was in his arms, flung into air and fell in the bucket of hot water, a police official from Kondhwa police told DNA.The baby was rushed to a private hospital, after which he was shifted to Sassoon General Hospital where he is undergoing a treatment. “The baby has suffered 90 per cent burn injuries and his condition is critical,” the police officer said.So far police have not registered any case in this regard.Only few months back, another newborn had lost his life in the city’s hospital due to burn injuries after the warmer in which the baby was kept overheated. Police had booked the doctor and staff of the hospital on the charges of causing death by negligence.

Delhi: Shootout at Dwarka, five men arrested; arms recovered

Updated: Nov 21, 2017, 03:27 PM IST, ANI
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Five people were been arrested on Tuesday in a shootout between some miscreants and local and Punjab police (Mohali Team) here.The incident took place after the police team conducted a joint raid at Gudia Properties at Dwarka More to arrest the wanted criminals.A huge cache of arms and ammunition, which include 11 illegal arms and one pistol, and more than 100 cartridges have been recovered.No injuries have been reported yet.

RSS workers led the attack against Thiruvananthapuram mayor: P Vijayan

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today alleged that the attack on city mayor VK Prashant was “well-planned” and led by RSS activists.”The attack was deliberate and without any provocation,” he said in a Facebook post after visiting the mayor at the medical college hospital here. Prashant and four councillors of the ruling CPI(M) and BJP were injured when they clashed yesterday during a discussion on installing high mast lights in the city. Condemning the incident, Vijayan said the government would take strong steps against those behind the attack on the mayor.”RSS workers, accused in several cases entered the visitors’ gallery. In the well-planned attack carried out without any provocation, BJP councilors also joined in. RSS took the lead in the attack,” the chief minister said.Vijayan said he was informed by doctors treating the mayor that the latter had suffered serious injuries on the back of his neck. If the attack had been a bit more severe, the mayor’s backbone would have been injured, leaving him paralysed, the Left leader said.He also said that a section of media had reported the incident as a minor scuffle, which was “not right”. The incident was unfortunate and strong action would be taken against those behind the attack, Vijayan said, adding BJP women councillors attacked LDF women councillors.CPI(M) state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan also hit out at the RSS/BJP over the incident. Congress leader V M Sudheeran and CPI state secretary Kanam Rajendran were among those who visited the injured mayor and enquired about his health. Police said two cases have been registered against the BJP and CPI(M) councillors.

Bihar: 54 girl students from Darbhanga Medical College fined Rs 25,000 each for ragging

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>At least 54 students of girls’ hostel in Darbhanga Medical College have been fined Rs 25,000 each for allegedly ragging their juniors.The incident came to light after a first-year student studying in the college reported about the incident to the Medical Council of India (MCI).”The monetary fine ranges from Rs 25,000 to one lakh. We have imposed minimum fine of Rs 25000 on entire batch with the deadline of 25 November. Those who don’t oblige will be suspended for six months,” said Nodal Officer, Anti-ragging committee Radharaman Prasad Singh.The fined Darbhanga students include both first-year and second-year students.While the seniors have been fined for their alleged involvement in ragging, the juniors have been financially punished for refusing to identify their tormentors.The victim went to the MCI directly instead of complaining to the college authority.No complaint has been filed against students to the police authorities.However, the police authorities are keeping their eyes and are constantly monitoring the situation near the college.This is not the first time that a ragging incident has been reported from the college.

Mumbai: Three women killed, one injured after hit by train in Malad

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Three women were killed and one got seriously injured after they were hit by a train on Saturday afternoon in Mumbai.The incident took place around noon in Malad when the women were crossing a railway track between Goregaon railway station.The police said the women were working with railways on a contractual basis and they were going to Malad station after the completion of their work.All of them were rushed to the hospital, however, three women were declared dead upon arrival and one was hospitalised. “Four women were run-over by the train in which three have died and one of them have sustained severe injury,” said Purushottam Karad, Deputy commissioner of police, Government railway police (WR).

Indian student shot dead by robbers at grocery store in US

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> A 21-year-old Indian student has been shot dead allegedly by four armed robbers, including an Indian-origin man, at a grocery store in the US state of California, according to a media report.Dharampreet Singh Jasser was on duty at a grocery store next to a gas station in Fresno city in California on Tuesday night when four armed robbers, including an Indian-origin man, barged in to loot the store, local daily Fresnobee reported.Jasser reportedly hid behind the cash counter but was shot by one of the four robbers while they were leaving the service station after looting cash and goods, the report said.The incident was reported to the police yesterday when a customer who had stopped by to buy some goods, discovered Jasser’s body on the floor.Commenting on the incident, Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj said she has received a detailed report on the “unfortunate death” of Jasper.”It was a case of armed robbery of a gas station in which the robbers shot at Dharampreet who was working there. The police have arrested a suspect of Indian origin,” she tweeted.”We are following up further investigation by the police and will extend all help to the family of the deceased,” the minister said.Originally from Punjab, Jasser was a student of accounting and had gone to the US around three years ago on a student visa.Police have arrested 22-year-old Indian-origin Athwal, who is believed to be one of the four suspects who looted the gas station and fired multiple shots one of which hit Jasser.Police said a Fresno County Sheriff’s deputy saw media coverage of the incident on Tuesday and recognised some similarities between the suspects from the incident and Athwal, the Madera County Sheriff’s Office said.Madera Sheriff’s detectives were contacted and determined Athwal is the likely suspect in the shooting.A warrant has been obtained for the suspect and he will be transferred to the Madera Department of Corrections, the report said.Athwal has been charged with murder and robbery.”Dharampreet was a completely innocent victim, just doing his job, when he was senselessly killed during this robbery,” Madera Sheriff Jay Varney said.Detectives continue to search for other suspects and any further information related to this case, the Sheriff’s Office said. PTI UZM

Manipur: Terrorist killed, two jawans injured in ambush in Chandel region

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A terrorist was killed and two Assam Regiment personnel were left injured after terrorists attempted kill the soldiers in Manipur’s Chandel region.The incident took place in Sajik Tampek, news agency ANI reported.Firing is still underway.More details awaited.The incident comes to light a day after two Assam Rifles jawans were martyred in an IED blast in the same region.

Andhra Pradesh boat capsize: Toll goes to 17; rescue operations still on

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The injured in the boat capsize incident, in which at least 17 people died, were brought to Andhra hospital in Vijayawada on Monday.The state government on Sunday announced an ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh to the families of the bereaved.The state ministers consoled the families of bereaved and assured all help.As many as 41 people, including the boat driver, were in the boat at the time of the incident. Thirty-two of the victims belonging to Ongole town were on a picnic tour.The boat that capsized at Krishna River in Ibrahimpatnam mandal, Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh, was reportedly a private one.The boat turned turtle when it was about to reach the shore. The bodies were handed over to the victims’ families after postmortem.A survivor in the incident had alleged that the operator was trying to let in more passengers, which overloaded the boat

Fresh video shows cop asking woman to step out before towing

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A day after a traffic constable was suspended for towing a car in which a woman was breastfeeding her seven-month-old son, the couple whose car was towed away said they did not want the constable to get suspended, but just wanted the police to realise their mistake and apologise for their insensitive attitude.On Sunday, some fresh videos of the incident were being circulated within police circles, in what appeared to be an attempt to garner support for the suspended constable. In some of these videos, a policeman can be seen trying to reason with Jyoti Mali to get out of the car and sit in the police vehicle so that her car could be towed. Her husband, Jairaj Mali, can be seen having a heated argument with the policeman.However, one of these fresh videos also corroborates the woman’s account and clearly shows the policeman issuing instructions for the car to be towed when she was seated inside with her child.Colleagues of constable Shashank Rane, who got the vehicle towed, defended Rane stating that it was the couple who were rude to the police. They claimed that the police kept requesting the woman to get off the vehicle as it was supposed to be towed, but that she flatly refused to listen.However, the couple has rubbished these claims and have demanded that the police release the full version of the video footage, which will clarify the entire sequence of events.Meanwhile, the Maharashtra State Commission for Woman has also taken cognisance of the incident, and the Commission’s Chairperson Vijaya Rahatkar has verbally asked Joint Commissioner of Police, Traffic, Amitesh Kumar to submit a report on the incident. “We have sought a report on the incident from the traffic police. There is a need to sensitise the police on how to speak to citizens, especially women,” Rahatkar told DNA. “An inquiry has been ordered and the report will be submitted in a few days,” Kumar said.Recounting the sequence of events, Jairaj Mali told DNA, “I was ill and had gone to a hospital in Malad on Friday with my wife Jyoti and our child. While returning from the hospital, we stopped near a medical shop at SV Road in Malad and as we were going towards the medical store, our child started crying. We then decided to go back inside the car, where Jyoti would breastfeed my son.”He added, “As we turned back, I saw a towing van coming. While I was busy talking to the towing van people who were clamping my car, Jyoti sat inside the car and began breastfeeding our son who was crying a lot. I requested the police to take a fine from us and allow us to leave as I was unwell and my son was continuously crying, but they did not budge and insisted on towing away the vehicle.””Traffic constable Shashank Rane then called few more policemen, who asked Jyoti to come out, but she was ill too. I pleaded with them for almost an hour to let us go and take a fine, but they refused. They were asking Jyoti to sit in a police vehicle, but since there was no female constable, she refused to be seated along with male policemen. The policemen then towed my car while my wife and son were inside. I had no option but to go live on Facebook and show the heartless treatment that was meted to us by the police,” Jairaj said.”We never wanted the constable to get suspended. We just wanted the policeman to understand our plight and his mistake. My husband and I were unwell, and my child was continuously crying, probably due to hunger. However, the policemen did not listen to us at all,” Jyoti told DNA.

Zaveri Bazaar store robbed of gold worth Rs 36L

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The LT Marg police are on the lookout for six unidentified persons who entered a jewellery shop in Zaveri Bazaar and robbed jewellery worth Rs 37 lakh at gunpoint on Wednesday.According to the police, the incident took place on Wednesday at 11:30 pm when around 7 to 8 workers at a jewellery workshop store in Zaveri Bazaar were returning home and seven unknown persons entered the workshop and threatened them on gunpoint. The police said the accused then gagged them with a rope and fled with the 1.2 kg gold worth Rs 36 lakh. The accused had closed the door from outside.”We have registered a case and are on the lookout for the accused. We suspect that the accused may be known to the victim and we are scrutinising the CCTV footage of the area to identify the accused,” said a police officer.A case under relevant sections of Indian Penal Code has been registered in the LT Marg police station for robbery and arms act.MODUS OPERANDIThe incident took place on Wednesday at 11.30 pm when 7 to 8 unidentified persons entered the jewellery shop and threatened the store workers. The accused gagged them with a rope and fled with 1.2 kg gold worth Rs 36 lakh.

SHAHPURA AGAIN! Transformer blast hurts many

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Shahpura seems to have a knack of remaining in the news for all the wrong reasons. A little more than a week ago, a blast at a transformer killed more than 10 people. again on Thursday, Shahpura became the epicentre of a similar incident.In Shivsinghpura village in Shahpura, a high tension wire with 11KV got snapped on to a fencing of a farm land injuring about a dozen women .The incident occurred when a squirrel had climbed the pole of a high tension electricity line. This triggered a spark in the insulator. As a result, the high tension wire snapped and fell on the farm fencing.The current ran into the fencing wires and the women who were working there received burnt injuries, said eyewitnesses.The affected people were rushed to nearby hospital, informed the locals.Jaipur discom AEN R K Jaunwal, said the women would be discharged next day. This incident has once again refreshed the memory of the transformer blast incident.Though there has not been any deaths in this current incident, however its surely shows the poor maintenance of the electricity infrastructure in Jaipur discom.DNA recollect 10 people had died while nearly two dozen people were seriously injured after a blast occurred in an electric transformer installed in Khatolai village on Oct 31.

IndiGo: Fisticuffs aren’t ok, says Gajapathy Raju

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A day after controversy erupted over a viral video that showed IndiGo staffers allegedly manhandling a passenger in Delhi, IndiGo promoter Rahul Bhatia met Civil Aviation Minister Gajapathy Raju. The minister sought an ‘independent’ report from regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in the matter, saying that fisticuffs are not acceptable in a civilised society.Raju also said that the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) will check whether certain procedures were violated, as the incident happened in the security area.A video surfaced on Tuesday showing IndiGo staff assaulting a passenger at the Delhi airport. The incident happened on October 15 on the tarmac. On Wednesday morning, IndiGo promoter Rahul Bhatia held meetings with Raju and civil aviation secretary R N Choubey.The minister further said that any violation on the airside is dangerous. “I understand that some of them (procedure) have not been followed and notice will go from the BCAS as to why things have not been followed,” Raju said. “We can’t have violations. These are incorrect. Can there be fisticuffs on the airside? What is this?”When asked whether there would be any punishment for the airline, Raju said, “I have not studied that.” A punitive action would depend on a lot of things, he said, adding that let the DGCA report come out.Meanwhile, President and Whole Time Director of IndiGo Aditya Ghosh, in a letter to the Civil Aviation ministry said that Montu Kalra – the self-professed whistle-blower who was sacked – not only instigated the incident but also provoked the passenger by shooting a video on his mobile phone. He also did not bring the incident to the notice of his superiors.— With agency inputs

IndiGo airline apologises for passenger altercation on tarmac

The government is investigating the alleged manhandling of a passenger by staff at an Indian airline.

10 passengers of Himalayan Queen Express injured after driver applies emergency brakes

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> At least 10 passengers of the Himalayan Queen Express were injured on Wednesday night after the driver applied emergency brakes.The incident took place in Karnal’s Gharaunda in Haryana state.The Station Master of Gharaunda has held the driver responsible for the incident.”Saw that train was in speed and immediately inquired driver about it. However, he didn’t reply. A negligence is on driver’s part,” he said.

Netas @ SMS: Toll reaches 14

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Khatolai village transformer blast toll on Wednesday reached 14 with four more succumbing to their injuries while the condition of seven injured was reported to be critical.Politicos thronged the hospital and blast site near Shahpura a day after the incident. Meanwhile, bodies five women victims were handed to the family members after post-mortem at NIMS hospital. An elderly woman and her granddaughter were cremated on the same pyre.MP from Jaipur Rural Rajyavardhan Rathore reached SMS hospital where he spoke with the doctors and the relatives of the patients. The MP then travelled to the site of the incident and met with the aggrieved family members. BJP state president Ashok Parnami also met the doctors and family members at the SMS hospital.Meanwhile, PCC Chief Sachin Pilot also reached the hospital along with other politicos from Congress party and took stock of the treatment and facilities provided to the injured.It should be noted that on Tuesday 10 people, including a five-year-old girl and a newborn child, were killed in a blast in an electric transformer installed in Khatolai village near Shahpura town. More than 20 people sustained serious injuries.A family was holding a function for the upcoming marriage of two sisters of the family at the spot when the incident occurred. As the news of the incident spread, cops, administrative officials, politicos and locals rushed to the spot. Villagers refused to remove the bodies from the spot.District collector Siddharth Mahajan rushed to Khatolai and announced a compensation of Rs10 lakh to deceased’s family. Furthermore, he also assured that the injured would get a compensation based on the percentage as prescribed.

Cyber fraud: Man duped of Rs 54K

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A complaint of cheating was lodged with the Isanpura police station after a 50-year-old man was duped and lost money while transferring it online.The incident took place on October 28 17. The complaint was lodged by Vikash Upadhaya, 50, a resident of Charotar Society in Ghodasar area. He said that he had an account in Axis bank of Vastrapur branch. On Saturday, he got a message on his number from the bank, which showed he had made an online transaction of Rs34,482 from his account.When Vikash got to know about the incident, he rushed to the bank for information. During this, he got to know that someone had got the password for his online account and had made the transaction without his knowledge.He lodged a case with the Isanpur police station on Monday and further investigation is on. As per police, someone who knows the victim was responsible for the crime, as it is not possible to withdraw money without the password.THE COMPLAINANTThe complaint was lodged by Vikash Upadhaya, a resident of Charotar Society.

Close shave for 33 students as school bus catches fire

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>It was a close shave for 33 students of Central School when their school bus caught fire near Naraina in West Delhi on Tuesday morning. Locals, however, rushed in and rescued all the kids before firefighters arrived. No one sustained injuries.The incident took place around 10 am when the driver of the school bus, heading towards Dhaula Kuan, detected a technical glitch. Even before he could understand anything or take a decision, smoke started to emanate from the engine of the bus. Seeing this, the driver parked the bus on the roadside and got down to check.”Before anyone could sense danger, the smoke turned into flames and the bus started to burn. The driver and conductor then raised an alarm and the students were pulled out of the bus, one by one, with the help of locals and passersby. The fire department and police were also called,” said a senior police officer, adding that none of the students or staff of school received any injuries.Three fire tenders were rushed to the spot and the firefighters managed to douse the blaze in an hour, however, the cooling process took a little longer. The incident led to traffic congestion on the route which lasted for about an hour.

Stung by superstition, families perform tantric rituals at hosp

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Even in an age of remarkable scientific advancement and accomplishments, superstition and trust in tantrics and black magic practices rule the psyche of the masses. Two families in intervals reached MBS Hospital and performed tantric rituals allegedly to ‘liberate the wandering spirit’ of an old man and a woman who have died three months and three years ago respectively during treatment in the hospital.The two families went back home after performing rituals, but no complaint was registered and no action was taken in this regard.The family members of one Chelaram, a resident of Hindoli town of Bundi district, who died while undergoing treatment about three months ago in the hospital, along with a tantric reached MBS Hospital on Tuesday and performed tantric rituals around flaming altar at the main entrance gate of the hospital. Dulichand, the brother of the deceased said that he had repeatedly been dreaming of his deceased brother pleading him to liberate his wandering spirit from the hospital.The family members said that Shivdas, the son the deceased, is also constantly experiencing hiccups since the death his father just because of the wandering spirit.“After the police check post at MBS hospital was informed of the incident, police personnel reached the spot and asked them to immediately to leave the place,” said a police personnel at MBS police check post.Tantric rituals at the main gate continued for about half an hour with people around along with some hospital staff looked on. The family members were contended to have liberated the wandering spirit. In similar incident, hardly after around an hour, the family of Meera, a woman from Savar town who died during treatment at the same hospital three years ago,too performed tantric rituals in outdoor gallery of the hospital.According to family members, Meera’s spirit is still wandering even after three years of her death and added they have performed the rituals to liberate her soul.When contacted, Dr PK Tiwari, superintendent, MBS hospital said, “I was informed of the incident, but there is no rule or regulation for the prevention of such type of activities,” he said, adding that if someone is noticed indulging in such rituals in hospital premises, he is driven out by guards and police personnel from the police check post.NO RULE IN PLACEWhen contacted, Dr PK Tiwari, superintendent, MBS hospital said, “I was informed of the incident, but there is no rule or regulation for the prevention of such type of activities,” he said.He added that if someone is noticed indulging in such rituals in hospital premises, he is driven out by guards and police personnel from the police check post.

SHOCKING: Blast kills 10

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a tragic incident nine people including a five-year-old girl and a newborn child – died while nearly two dozen people were seriously injured on Tuesday afternoon when a blast occurred in an electric transformer installed in Khatolai village near Shahpura town. A family was holding a function for the upcoming marriages of two sisters of the family at the spot when the incident occurred and created havoc in the area. As the news of the incident spread, cops, administrative officials, politicos and locals rushed to the spot.“One Bhairuram Lomar’s two daughters were to be married in a few days from now. On Tuesday, the Bhaat ceremony was being performed. For this ceremony, Bhairuram’s in-laws’ had come to perform their part of the ceremony. Since it is a ceremony primarily performed by women of the house, Bhairuram’s wife – Kamla – was preparing for it. The preparation was taking time and thus the family members went outside the main gate of the house and started waiting for Kamla,” officials said.The family members were singing songs of the marriage and were near the transformer. “While the family was enjoying the festivity, suddenly a blast occurred in the transformer and hot oil poured out of the machine. Due to the blast, a wire carrying electric current fell on the crowd assembled at the spot and immediately current started flowing through the people. One after the other, people got electrocuted and got burnt due to the same resulting in five death on the spot,” officials said.A huge hue and cry rent the air as the incident occurred and the assembled people rushed away from the spot on hearing the blast. “However, few men immediately rushed to the scene and even alerted the cops and ambulance were called. Three deceased were identified as Prem Devi (35), Prem Devi (25), Aanchi Devi (25), Roshan (5) and Dholi Devi. One after the other, a dozen ambulances in addition to private vehicles were called as the number of injured started increasing with each passing second. Twenty-two people were rushed to the hospital at Shahpura from where they were referred to Jaipur for treatment,” officials said.BJP legislator Phool Chand Bhinda rushed to the spot along with various officials of local administration and took stock of the situation as villagers declined to remove the dead bodies from the spot. When local administrative officials tried to settle their dissent, the villagers formed a group and declined to hear them until the district collector reached the spot. district collector Siddharth Mahajan rushed to Khatolai and announced a compensation of ten lakh rupees to deceased’s family. Furthermore, he also assured that the injured would get a compensation based on the percentage as prescribed. After the assurance, the villagers finally agreed to accept the dead bodies. The bodies were then taken to the mortuary at NIMS and a post-mortem of the dead bodies will be conducted on Wednesday after which they will be handed to their family members for cremation.Meanwhile, the news about the incident had already reached Jaipur where arrangements to receive them and start treatment immediately had already been made. However, four more deaths occurred while the injured were being treated at Jaipur. At Jaipur, doctors operated upon a pregnant woman with 80 percent burns and delivered a stillborn child.Health Minister Kalicharan Saraf, energy minister Pushpendra Singh, deputy speaker of state assembly Rao Rajendra Singh and chief minister Vasundhara Raje reached the hospital and met with the injured while instructing the doctors and hospital staff regarding proper treatment.Treat them with utmost priority: CMCM Vasundhara Raje visited SMS hospital and met the injured in Shahpura mishap. CM issued directions to the SMS Hospital officials that the treatment must be given utmost priority. She also offered condolences to the bereaved families. Raje took a detailed meeting of the incident in which health minister Kalicharan Saraf among others were present.

Uttar Pradesh: Wife says no to sex, husband pours acid on her private parts

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a brutal incident, a man poured acid onto the genitals of his wife, after she refused to have physical intimacy with him. The incident has left the woman in a serious condition.According to the victim, the husband was forcing her to have sexual intercourse, but when she refused, he threw chemicals on the genital area, which led to a severe injury.The woman has been married to the accused, who belonged to Kotwali District’s Behrin Village, for the past six years and have two children together. The couple was, reportedly, having a tiff on some issue.On getting information from the neighbours, the victim’s family members admitted her to the hospital, where she is getting the treatment.According to the victim’s father’s statement, a case has been registered against the accused and three other people and investigation is underway.

Woman alleges son of duping her

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A complaint of cheating was lodged with Vasna police station by a 72-year-old woman, who alleged that her son and daughter-in-law had duped her.The complaint was lodged by Anandiben Patel,72, a resident of Shiddhart Apartment of Vasna area. She stated in her complaint that she had been living with her son Gaurang Patel and daughter-in-law Bhavina Patel. She alleged that the couple have been cheating her for the past three years. The duo had allegedly managed to get the house papers transferred to their name, which was originally in the name of Anandiben. Later, they allegedly took Rs 50,000 insurance money of Anandiben, which she was supposed to get.When Anandiben came to know about the incident, she started asking her son about it, when he threatened her that if she revealed the incident to anyone, he would kill her.After the incident on Sunday, she lodged a complaint with the Vasna police station against her son and daughter-in-law. The police have started an investigation.

Five-year-old by killed by UP minister’s cavalcade: Driver apprehended, car seized

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A five-year-old boy died after being hit allegedly by a car in the motorcade of Uttar Pradesh minister Om Prakash Rajbhar near Colonelganj in Gonda district, following which Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has sought a report from the state police chief. Rajbhar emphasised he was not travelling with the cavalcade at the time of the incident even as opposition parties attacked the state government over the incident which comes ahead of civic polls in UP.Reacting to the incident, UP police apprehended the driver and the car was seized.One of the cars in Cabinet minister Rajbhar’s cavalcade, while passing through the Colonelganj area yesterday, had allegedly knocked down Shiva Goswami, who died on way to hospital last night, the police said.Eyewitnesses and family members of the boy alleged that no one in the convoy stopped to help the child. His father Vishwanath alleged that the minister sped away in one of the cars that was decorated with garlands.Rajbhar, however, claimed that he was 25 km away, in another car, when the incident occurred.The boy was playing by the side of a road when he was hit reportedly by one of the cars in the cavalcade. His mother and grandmother were near the spot.Following the incident, angry villagers placed the boy’s body on the road demanding action. Visuals of the boy’s father carrying the body were flashed repeatedly by TV channels.Stepping in, Adityanath directed the state police chief to submit a report and announced Rs 5 lakh compensation to the next of kin of the deceased. He also directed the state DGP to initiate strict action against those responsible for the incident.Meanwhile, opposition parties targeted the Adityanath government and Rajbhar over the incident.SP leader Juhi Singh raised questions as to why nobody had the decency to stop and take care of the injured boy. “We demand his (Rajbhar’s) resignation. Otherwise, the chief minister should take action,” she said.Senior BSP leader Sudhindra Bhadoria termed the incident as shameful. “It reminds us of the days of landlords and feudal leaders who cared two hoots for the poor,” he said.Rajbhar, who heads the Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party, an ally of the ruling BJP in Uttar Pradesh, is the state divyangjan empowerment minister.He was in the news three weeks back when a video went viral on social media purportedly showing him warning that parents who fail to send their children to school would be locked up in police stations without food and water.In July, Rajbhar had threatened to sit on a dharna if a senior official in his home district was not removed.Recently, another UP minister, Jai Kumar Singh Jaiki, was in the news when a farmer in Jalaun district claimed that his crop was allegedly trampled by the convoy of the minister.The farmer had alleged that last week nearly a dozen vehicles of the minister destroyed his crops in Orai.Jaiki, an MLA of BJP ally Apna Dal (Sonelal) from Jahanabad assembly constituency in Fatehpur district, however, said there were no standing crop on the field, as the sown mustard seeds were yet to germinate, but still Rs 4,000 was paid to the farmer as damages.

Caught on camera: Robber hits Goa ATM guard multiple times on head with hammer

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A security guard was hit several times on the head with a hammer when he tried to fight off a robber in Goa.The incident took place in Bank of Maharashtra ATM in Goa’s Panaji.The security guard of the ATM center can be seen in a video attempting to catch hold of the robber.In a 37 second video, released by the news agency ANI, a robber can be seen hitting the guard multiple times with a hammer before escaping. However, even after being hit and falling down on the floor, the guard continued to fight off the robber who managed to flee.A case has been registered with the police who are investigating the incident.

Wait, WHAT! Ola sends samosas to this Gurgaon man over cab cancellation charges

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Price surge, rude drivers and cancellation charges, if you are tired of all these while booking a cab, here’s story that would put smile on your face.What if we tell you that not only did the cab company refund the cancellation charges but also sent two samosas to the passenger?Yes, this happened to a resident of Gurgaon recently.Abhishek Asthana had booked an Ola cab and the driver denied duty. Instead, the company charged cancellation fee from his account.Instead of ranting it out in usual way, Asthana took to Twitter and spoke out the incident in a unique way.Taking the samosa analogy rather seriously, Ola actually sent him two samosas.So, while Twitter had mixed feelings about the whole issue, Asthana has given hopes to many passengers that they might get a free samosa one day!Check out the Twitter thread and hope that in case your cab driver cancels on you, you get this delicious delight.

State women commission seeks report from Pune police over the sexual assault and murder of a minor girl

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>While the Pune police are still groping in the dark to find the culprit who sexually assaulted the two and half year old girl and killed her, the Maharashtra state commission for women has sought a detailed report from cops on the incident and the action taken by them.The two and half year old girl was kidnapped from her house when she was sleeping next to her mother in their house on Saturday night. Later on Sunday morning, her body was found few meters away from the house. Even after two day of the incident, the police have not yet traced the culprit.The state commission for women has also taken a serious cognisance of the incident and the commission has sought report from the police. The report has been sought under sections 12 (2) and (3) of the Maharashtra state commission for women Act, 1993. Vijaya Rahatkar, chairperson of the commission said, “It is a very shocking incident where a small girl was kidnapped from her house and she was assaulted before killing her. Taking suo-moto action, I have written a letter to the Pune police commissioner seeking a detailed report on the action taken by them regarding the case.” Rahatkar also stated that she will be visiting the family by the end of this month.Shiv Sena spokesperson Neelam Gorhe has also expressed concern over the safety of women while referring to this incident and three other incidents taken place in Mumbai recently. Gorhe said, “There have been incidents of harassment of women in the IT sector in cities like Pune, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata. Apart from that there are incident of school girls being harassed in parts of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand. These incidents indicate that our society is still rigid to accept women’s participation in various sectors.””There is a need for the state and the central government to come up with Nirbhaya action plan where an one stop crisis center will be opened in every constituency to deal with cases of harassment against women. Only after opening such centers, there is a possibility of implementing the policy of zero tolerance against women harassment,” Gorhe said.Meanwhile, the Pune police have formed multiple teams to trace the culprit. According to the police, the locality where the girl’s family stays is not properly illuminated and they are finding it hard to get clues of the culprit from the CCTV installed in nearby localities.

Kashmir: Civilian from Uttar Pradesh shot dead by terrorists in Bijbehara

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Militants tonight shot dead a man from Uttar Pradesh in Bijbehara in south Kashmir, police said.The deceased identified as Shakir, aged around 35, used to run a street food stall at Arwani in Bijbehara. He was shot twice in his chest and legs, they said.Shakir was rushed to a hospital where doctors declared him brought dead.It was immediately not clear as to who was the behind the killing, but police blamed terrorist groups for the incident.Shakir had been running the food stall in the area for nine years. He is survived by his wife and two children, police said.The killing comes a week after a lesser-known militant outfit, Mujahideen-e-Kashmir, asked all non-local Muslims to leave the Valley before October 25.

Rs 7 lakh burglary at deputy Mamlatdar’s house

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A complaint of burglary was lodged with the Gandhinagar police station by Deputy Mamlatdar of Gandhinagar Collector office on Thursday. Valuables worth Rs7 lakh were burgled from his house, while his family was at the hospital.The incident took place on Wednesday night in a house located in Sector-29 of Gandhinagar. The complaint was lodged by P.S Sihora, Deputy Mamlatdar of Gandhinagar Collector office.As per his complaint, his son was suffering from Dengue and his family members were in Ahmedabad hospital for his treatment.During which an unidentified person broke into his house and took away valuables worth Rs7lakh from his house comprise of cash, gold-silver ornaments. Regarding the incident, police have taken the complaint and further investigation is on

Bengaluru techie attacked by mob for complaining about illegal cow slaughter

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 45-year-old woman software engineer was allegedly attacked by a mob for reporting illegal cow slaughter to police in Bengaluru.The incident reportedly took place when Nandini M, the complainant, tried to rescue cattle from an illegal slaughterhouse at Avalahalli near Thalaghattapura on Saturday evening.”I and my friend reached the spot with two policemen. But a mob of over 100 people threw boulders on my vehicle and damaged it. I and my friend were injured in the incident,” she said.Nandini alleged that the two constables who were with her got down from her car and did nothing.She also alleged that when she returned to the police station, the sub-inspector there shouted at her, refused to take pictures of us as proof of the attack”I now feel the SI work hand-in-glove with those criminals,” she told India Today.The Thalaghattapura police said they have registered a case based Nandini’s complaint, however, no arrests have been made so far.Police have claimed they had rescued 14 cattle heads from the illegal slaughterhouse in Avalahalli based on the complaint lodged by Pushpa Bhist, another animal rights activist.Meanwhile, Former chief minister of Karnataka BS Yeddyurappa condemned the violence on Twitter.”Condemn the brutal mob-attack on the woman who exposed illegal cow slaughter. This violent attack today in Bengaluru is another proof law and order breakdown under Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah.

Baggage tug crashes into plane at IGIA

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An electronic baggage tug used for carrying passenger luggage to an aircraft crashed into a stationary Air India plane at Indira Gandhi International Airport on Saturday morning, damaging the aircraft’s engine. The plane that was scheduled to take off to Shanghai, departed after a delay of 45 minutes.According to senior officers, the incident took place around 11 am when the aircraft, a Boeing 787, was parked at the stand A10 at the airport, and was being prepared for takeoff. A baggage tug, which was being used, suddenly moved towards the plane and hit its engine.The flight, AI-348 was scheduled to depart for Shanghai at 12.15 pm. The aircraft was inspected for any damage. Air India officials said that they are investigating the incident and confirmed that the employees handling the baggage tug have been de-rostered.A senior CISF officer said that the AI-SATS driver Radhey Shyam lost control over his baggage trolley towing vehicle, after he pressed the ‘accelerator’ pedal accidentally.”Consequently, the EBT dashed into the engine (left wing) of flight AI 348. The driver sustained minor bruises and internal injury to his right elbow and was taken to the hospital for medical examination,” the officer said.

Air India flight gets delayed after baggage tow tractor rams into plane at Delhi airport

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An electronic baggage tow tractor on Saturday collided into an Air India plane at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport delaying a flight to Shanghai by 45 minutes.Air India has instituted an inquiry into the incident and the ground staff involved have been de-rostered, the airline’s spokesperson GP Rao said.There were no injuries sustained in the accident, according to Air India.The incident happened around 11 am when Shanghai-bound AI 348 was parked at IGI. An electronic tow truck carrying luggage of passengers rammed into one of the engines of the Boeing 787 aircraft.The flight was scheduled for takeoff at 11.40 am and the airline’s spokesperson said the boarding for the flight had not started by then.”The electric tow tug carrying baggage came in contact with the engine of a parked aircraft. The aircraft is being inspected for any damage,” Rao said in a statement.He added that an alternative aircraft was arranged for the flight, which took off from here after a delay of 45 minutes with nearly 210 passengers.​

Jammu and Kashmir: Cop arrested for clicking pictures of a woman

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A Jammu and Kashmir policeman has been arrested for allegedly clicking a woman’s picture on Saturday in Ganderbal.According to reports, the woman noticed the cop clicking her pictures while she was standing at Manigam Bypass in Ganderball.After she objected the incident, some locals came forward for help and held the policeman hostage.A case has been registered against the cop and was formally arrested.

Fire breaks out in Chandni Chowk market

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A minor fire broke out at Naya Katra main market in Chandni Chowk on Wednesday evening.The fire department received a call around 5:40 pm after which eight fire tenders were rushed to the location. Officials suspect short-circuit as the reason behind the fire, however a final report of the incident will reveal the same. No one has been reported injured.In another incident reported from East Delhi area, a minor fire occurred due to a cylinder blast. Two fire tenders were rushed to the spot, however no one was injured in the incident.

Madhya Pradesh: Son kills mother for resisting rape bid; held

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 50-year old woman was allegedly killed by her 24-year-old son for resisting his attempts to rape her at their house in Kailaras town in the Morena district of Madhya Pradesh, the police said on Tuesday.The accused was arrested on Monday, three days after the incident.”The body of the woman was found at her home on the morning of October 6. Preliminary investigation and the crime scene had suggested that someone attempted to rape or had raped the victim before killing her,” Kailaras police station in charge Naveen Yadav said.The officer said the woman’s body bore injury marks, suggesting that she was beaten up for resisting her attacker.Yadav said police grew suspicious after they found that the woman’s son was an alcoholic and was behaving strangely since the incident.”The man has admitted having committed the crime during his interrogation,” the officer said.On the day of the incident, the heavily drunk man went to his mother’s room and tried to force himself on her, Yadav said, adding that the man had thrashed his mother and killed her with a stone.He said the accused then slept off in the same room after committing the crime.Police have recovered the blood-soaked clothes and the stone used by the accused in the crime.

Sena’s Mulund leader hangs self at home

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Jayesh Patel, the Upshakha Pramukh of Shiv Sena in Mulund, committed suicide on Friday by hanging himself at his residence. An accidental death report has been registered at Mulund police station and the a preliminary inquiry in the matter is underway.According to the police, the incident took place around 2 pm on Friday when no one was at his residence. His family members found Patel hanging when they returned home. The police were informed and Patel was rushed to the hospital where he was declared dead.”We did not find any sucide note, but his family members said that he was disturbed due to his business and his health also was not good,” said a police officer.

Youth tries to live stream suicide, Mumbai police foils bid

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 27-year-old professional photographer was rescued by Saki Naka police as he was about to hang himself to death at his residence on Friday evening.The youth was depressed after he fought with his wife and had decided to take an extreme step. He started streaming his suicide via WhatsApp and was posting statuses and pictures on various groups when police learnt about the incident and reached his home.A resident of Saki Naka in Andheri, the youth was hanging from the ceiling fan when the Saki Naka police reached his residence. His parents were unaware about the incident.”We were informed by a person about the suicide bid, and we rushed to the spot to rescue the youth. The family members were shocked as they were not expecting police. They said their son was resting upstairs.After the youth did not open the door we had to take him into confidence but by that time he had disconnected the streaming of his act,” said a Saki Naka police officer.”We took the youth into confidence and he revealed that he had fought with his wife leading which he was depressed and wanted to end his life. We will counsel him now”, said Avinash Dharmadhikari, Senior Inspector, Saki Naka police station.

Uttar Pradesh: Graduate student shot at after resisting molestation bid; four arrested

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Four people were arrested for shooting at a bachelor of arts student after she resisted their molestation advances in Malihabad. One person is still absconding.According to SP Gramin, Dr Satish Kumar, the girl has been admitted to a trauma centre. “We are awaiting her medical report,” he told ANI.The incident occurs a day after a BHU student was slapped by a senior in her college after she resisted his alleged molestation advances. However, the accused, who was arrested, told the police that the girl and he were in a relationship when she got married. He assaulted her only after she and her husband hurled abuses at him, he claimed.

Five killed, one injured as Indian Air Force chopper crashes in Arunachal Pradesh

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>At least five personnel were killed and one was injured after the Indian Air Force (IAF) chopper Mi-17 V5 crashed in Arunachal Pradesh on Friday Morning.The incident took place near Tawang at around 6:00 am during a training sortie. The Mi-17 V5 helicopter was on an Air Maintenance mission.The Air Force has ordered a Court of Inquiry.In July, the IAF chopper that was on a rescue mission had crashed in Arunachal, and the bodies of two crew members were recovered later.(More details awaited)

Bootlegger garlands Cong MLA with shoes

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A Congress MLA from Dariapur seat in Ahmedabad, Gyasuddin Shaikh, was garlanded with shoes by an alleged bootlegger during a protest rally here on Wednesday.The incident took place when Shaikh, along with his supporters, was leading a bike rally in East Ahmedabad. As they reached Shahpur, a person named Sadiq Mansuri garlanded Shaikh with shoes. A two-time MLA, Shaikh allowed Mansuri to garland him and thanked him for the same.”Sadiq Mansuri is an antisocial element. Two years ago, after receiving complaints from people, I had got his liquor and gambling den shut by cops. He had come to humiliate me for that,” Shaikh said.A 9-second video of the incident, which shows the person garlanding Shaikh and the latter thanking him, has been widely shared on social media.Shaikh, who is almost certain to be fielded in the coming Assembly elections by the Congress, claimed that he was strictly against liquor and gambling, and would continue to oppose such vices. He also said he had filed a PIL in the Gujarat High Court, seeking action against illegal liquor and gambling dens.

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