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20-year-old man’s body found dumped in Kalyanpuri park

The body of a 20-year-old man was found, with his face crushed inside a park, in North-East Delhi’s Kalyanpuri area late on Monday night. Police officials are investigating the case from a personal enmity angle as the deceased was not robbed and his belongings were intact.According to the police, the incident came to the fore on Tuesday morning when a passerby noticed the body lying in the park. Prima facie, it appears that he was killed on Monday night and his face was disfigured using a huge stone so as to conceal his identity.Police officials have ruled out robbery as a prime objective in the case as the mobile phone and the wallet of the deceased were intact. The deceased has been identified as Ranjit Kumar. Kumar worked at a shop and the police informed that he used to consume drugs. Kumar also used to have arguments with his parents as they objected to his consuming drugs.The police identified the body through his mobile phone. His parents had tried reaching him on the mobile phone but when he did not answer, they panicked and started looking for him in the vicinity. Police have registered a case and the investigation is on.

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Man accused of keeping disabled boy as ‘domestic help’, denied bail

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A Kalachowky based 56 year old Sunil Shah, was denied bail by the Sessions court after the prosecution was successful in showing the court that the accused got a minor boy from Bihar to Mumbai on pretext of giving him medical treatment and had forced him to get into domestic work.The court while denying bail to the man said, Prima facie there is evidence to show that a boy aged seven years who is handicapped by his hand was brought from Bihar under the pretext of medical treatment and education, taking advantage of his poor financial condition and he was doing household work in the house of accused, thus denied bail.The boy in his statement claimed that he was asked to help in the domestic house hold work and was forced to do it. The prosecution in its case said that the accused had brought the boy to Mumbai with an intention of providing him education as well as medical assistance, but he was provided with neither of them.The defence however was of the claim that the child was never forced into any domestic work, however he voluntarily used to help in the house hold work.The prosecution denied the fact that the accused had intentions of they providing the child with education as non of the family members had any knowledge of the birth details of the child, which thus rules out the defence’s claim of they getting the child to Mumbai with an intention to educate him.

IIM Lucknow student commits suicide

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a shocking incident, a 25-year-old student of the prestigious Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIM-L) allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling fan of his hostel room on Wednesday.Madiyaon Police said that the student has been identified as Soham Mukherjee of Kolkata. An engineering graduate from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati, Soham Mukherjee was a second year student of the management course at IIM-L.”He was found hanging from the ceiling fan of his hostel room. Prima facie it looked like a suicide case since his room was bolted from inside. But no suicide note was found from his room. A case has been registered and investigation are on to ascertain reasons for his taking to such an extreme step,” said Madiyaon police.The police have seized his laptop and mobile phone to extract some information regarding his mysterious suicide. The body has been sent for the post mortem.His classmates claimed that he was suffer from depression due to some personal problems and was not attending classes since a last three days. He was also not taking calls from his batch-mates since then. He was not seen in the campus since November 12 and had just locked himself in the room since then. His hostel mates who peeped into the room spotted his body hanging from the ceiling.Mukherjee had joined IIM-L for management after working for a multi-national company for a few years. His family members have been informed in Kolkatta by the IIM-L management.The IIM-L management expressed grief over the suicide. “He was a consistently well performing student. We are shocked over the incident,” said an IIM-L press release.

Couple found dead in a hotel in Rajouri Garden

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A couple was found dead under mysterious circumstances inside a hotel in West Delhi’s Rajouri Garden area. On investigating, police said that the couple also left a suicide note in which they said they did not blame anyone for their death.The police have called family members to help with the investigation.According to the police, the incident took place on Saturday evening when staffers of Hotel Aman Deluxe informed the police that two persons who had checked in as a couple at the hotel did not open the room.The police officials reached the location and found a male aged around 29 years and a female aged around 27 years lying dead on the bed.Investigating officials revealed that the man and woman checked in as a couple on Friday. The booking was done in the name of K Suresh from Kerala.The police officers also recovered a suicide note written in the regional language. The boy had addressed his mother in the suicide note and stated that he did not blame anyone for the death and apologised for taking this extreme step.The couple had ordered breakfast at 9.30 am. They had ordered parathas with dahi and two cups of tea. The parathas and dahi were found intact and the tea had been consumed by them. Prima facie it appears the couple committed suicide.The identity of the girl is yet to be established and police are investigating as to whether she was a local. Police said the boy had come from out of Delhi and reached the Capital by train on October 13.Earlier, in June this year, a teenage couple was found hanging from a ceiling fan after checking into a Oyo room in south west Delhi. Police interrogated the parents of the respective teenagers who stated that they did not know that the two were friends and had no idea why the they would have wanted to end their lives.NOT THE FIRSTEarlier, in June, a teenage couple was found hanging from a ceiling fan after checking into a Oyo room in south west Delhi. Police interrogated the parents of the teenagers who stated that they did not know that the two were friends and had no idea why they would have wanted to end their lives.

Hotel security manager arrested for molesting woman employee

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A security manager of a five-star hotel was today arrested for allegedly molesting a 33-year-old woman employee and attempting to disrobe her. The arrest in the the July 30 complaint filed by the woman came as a CCTV footage of the alleged incident was aired by TV channels in which the accused is purportedly seen trying to pull the woman’s sari. Dependra Pathak, chief spokesperson of Delhi Police, said that the accused had been examined and the statement of the woman was taken after she approached the police with a complaint. “Prima facie, the culpability on the part of the accused was found and he was arrested today. Further investigation has been taken up,” said Pathak, special commissioner of police (Operations). The woman alleged that the man had pressured her to have physical relations with him and she was resisting his advances. On July 29, he called her for a birthday party to his room, offered to get her gifts and then tried to disrobe her, she alleged. The woman told the police that she complained to the HR of the hotel but was sacked. After the complaint was filed, the police questioned both the sides and following a probe, the accused was arrested today, the officer said. “After the woman lodged a complaint, a case was registered and the evidence she gave were being cross-checked. She also submitted some CCTV footages that were put under verification,” Pathak said. The accused said certain things to counter what the woman said and they were also examined. Another officer privy to the investigation said that the accused claimed that the woman had a boyfriend at the workplace and he was abusive towards her. Their conduct was improper, the accused alleged. The accused claimed that one of the cameras installed at the hotel had captured her boyfriend assaulting her, following which he was sacked, said the officer. The woman wanted her boyfriend to be hired again and on that day, she had come to the security manager’s room to plead for her boyfriend’s job, the accused told the police. He alleged that the CCTV footage was concocted and doctored. However, the police arrested the accused since it was found that the accused had touched her sari and his conduct was improper.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Woman commits suicide on Raksha Bandhan

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A woman allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself in her brother’s apartment after Raksha Bandhan celebrations here, the police said today. It seems she hanged herself last night. The victim, a resident of Lucknow, had come to celebrate the festival with her brother here, they said. Her brother has claimed that yesterday after the celebrations she had gone to a room to sleep and today her body was found hanging from the ceiling fan, the police said. Sector 49 Police Station in-charge Parshu Ram said, “The body has been sent for post mortem. Prima facie, it appears to be a suicide.” The matter is being investigated, he said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Maharashtra: Huge cache of explosives, detonators seized from Mumbra scrap yard, 3 detained

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Three people were detained on Monday after police recovered huge cache of explosives in a scrap yard​ in Mumbra-Kausa area of Thane district in Maharashtra.The explosive material was recovered in joint raid by Thane police, Railway Protection Force (RPF) ​ and Anti Terrorists Sqad (ATS).15 kg of ammonium nitrate and nine detonator sticks from a junked SUV.Police have detained scrap yard’s owner and his son, along with a small-time builder. The police are investigating the matter and probing all possible angles.”Prima facie it does not seem to be a case of terror. We are interrogating the accused about the source from whom they have acquired the explosives. We are investigating through all angles,” said Abhishek Trimukhe, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Thane Crime Branch.​

Maharashtra: Woman kills self after failing to crack civil service exam

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 23-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the Ajinkyatara fort in Satara district of Maharashtra, police said today. Sayali Patil took the extreme step last night, a senior police official said. Prima facie, she was under depression after failing to crack the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) exam for the past two years, he said. Sayali left her home in Kodoli village last evening on the pretext of going to a temple. Her kin approached the Satara Taluka police station after she did not return home till late night, the officer added. While probing, the police got to know that Sayali had gone to the Ajinkyatara fort last evening. We found her body in the valley of the fort late night and removed it this morning, said investigating officer Sujit Bhosle. A case has been registered and a probe was on, added Bhosale.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Runaway proprietor held from Mumbai for duping investors

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>City police today arrested a man from Vikhroli in suburban Mumbai for allegedly duping scores of investors in Nashik and other cities across Maharashtra by promising them hefty returns on their deposits, a senior official said. According to the police, the fraud allegedly committed by Vinay Phadnis runs into Rs 300 crore and that 2000 out of nearly 8000 investors duped by him hailed from Nashik alone. “Phadnis had floated an investment cum infrastructure company in Nashik in 2013,” DCP (Crime) Dattatreya Karale stated in a release issued here today. “He attracted a large number of investors by promising them hefty rate of interest on their deposits. He locked his office in September 2016 and has been absconding since then,” it stated. Prima facie, Phadnis has cheated more than 8,000 investors from various cities in the state, the police said. Phadnis was booked under various sections of IPC and under the Maharashtra Protection of Interest of Depositors (in financial establishments) Act, 1999 on the complaint lodged against him at Mumbai Naka police station here on September 30 last year by one Sudhir Hinge (65), who claimed that he was cheated of over Rs 10 crore, the police said. Complaints were also lodged by many investors at the police station against Phadnis. Phadnis was today produced in a court here, which remanded him in police custody for ten days, the release said. The case is now handed over to the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) for further investigation, the DCP added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Revealed – how three men turned Rajiv Chowk Metro Station into ‘porn hub’

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A pornographic clip was recently played on an LED screen at city’s busy Rajiv Chowk Metro Station by three unidentified men, a preliminary probe by the Delhi Metro today found. The 30-second-long amateur video has been circulating on social media. The clip, made on April 9, was played on one of the screens of a giant video wall, a grid of 12 LED screens. While some commuters can be seen passing by it without noticing, some of them can be seen filming it on mobile phones.The surfacing of the video had prompted Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) earlier in the day to launch a probe into the incident. “From preliminary investigation, it is established that the incident is of April 9 around 5 pm. The LED TV (smart TV having multiple features) system was under commissioning and wi-fi port was accessible.”Prima facie, as per CCTV footage, three men have run porn clip through their mobile on the TV at Rajiv Chowk station. Attempts are being made to identify these men. CCTV footage is under examination to identify the culprits,” DMRC’s spokesman Anuj Dayal was quoted as saying in a statement. The Delhi Police said it has not received any complaint yet.”This sort of interference with the system will not be possible in the future once software is programmed and centrally controlled. In the interim, during the commissioning process itself the contractor will be advised to ensure password protection,” he said. Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, located at Connaught Place in central Delhi, falls on the busy intersection of Blue Line and Yellow Line of the metro network, and receives a heavy footfall daily.

Now, live bullet found in soldier’s baggage at airport

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A live bullet was today found in a soldier’s baggage at the airport here, a day after two grenades and some other ammunition were recovered from the luggage of another jawan, regarding which the army seemingly was preparing to question one of its senior officers. The bullet was found in a bag belonging to Pandia Raj, who was proceeding to Delhi on leave, a security official said. He was handed over to the army for further investigation, the official said. Prima facie, it seemed that the bullet was left behind in the bag “by mistake”, the official added. This was the second incident of an army soldier being caught at the airport with live ammunition. Yesterday, Bhopal Mukhiya, posted with 17 JAK Rifles at Boniyar in Uri sector of Baramulla district, was arrested after two hand grenades and other ammunition were found in his baggage during the security screening. He was today granted interim bail by a local court which handed him over to the army for questioning and investigation. The court fixed Arpil 6 as the next date of hearing. The army authorities told the court that Mukhiya’s custody was required by them for investigating the case. The army will expand the investigation, if needed, after Mukhiya records his statement before the inquiry officer of the army in the next couple of days, defence sources said here. “Everyone whose name figures in the statement of the accused will be a witness in the case and quizzed as per the established procedure of the army inquiries,” the sources said. Mukhiya reportedly had told the security officials that a “superior officer” had handed over the explosives to him with the instructions that these should be handed over to a particular person at Delhi airport. According to the FIR lodged against the soldier, a cache of ammunition was recovered from his possession during the screening besides the two hand grenades. The recoveries included four live bullets — two each of nine mm and MMG, a police official said. Two empty cases each of 20 mm ammunition, 40 mm ammunition, nine mm ammunition, 7.62 mm ammunition, heavy machine gun ammunition and medium machine gun ammunition were also allegedly recovered from his possession, the official said. A case under sections 3/4 Explosive Substances Act has been registered against Mukhiya. Yesterday, a defence spokesman had said that action will be taken against the soldier as per the law. “A soldier has been caught carrying grenade in a packet as report by the Airport authorities. The matter is under investigation. As per due process of law, the army will take action against the individual,” the spokesman said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Azam Khan’s role in selling Waqf properties under scanner, says Siddharth Nath Singh

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Uttar Pradesh minister Siddharth Nath Singh today said that SP leader Azam Khan’s role in the sale of property belonging to Waqf Board was being probed thoroughly.”Prima facie, senior minister in the previous SP government Azam Khan appears to have committed irregularities in the sale of property belonging to the Waqf Board. It seems he had facilitated sale of Waqf land to different people at throwaway prices,” he told reporters here.”He could not have done so without getting something in return. The matter is being investigated thoroughly and justice will be done,” he said. Prominent Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Jawwad had also in the past accused Khan of selling Waqf property illegally. The SP leader, however, had denied the charges and called them “politically motivated”.

Two killed in separate incidents of attacks by elephants

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Two persons were killed in separate incidents of attacks by elephants in Surajpur district in Chhattisgarh on Wednesday, a Forest officer said today. “Both the incidents took place in the forests between Singhra and Pandopara villages under Pratappur forest range of the district on March 29 evening,” the officer said, adding that the incidents came to light last morning. In the first incident, Ramdhani (33), a native of Singhra village, was travelling on a bicycle carrying a sack of ‘mahua’ flowers when he was attacked by the pachyderm. Prima facie, the elephant was attracted towards Ramdhani by the strong smell of mahua flowers (used in making alcoholic drinks by locals), the officer said. In another incident, a government school peon, identified as Jagsai (55), was returning to his native village Ghutrapara from Kevra village, when an elephant attacked him and stomped him to death. The kin of the deceased have been given an instant relief amount of Rs 25,000 each, the officer said. “There is a report of the presence of 16 elephants in the area, and the villagers have been advised not to venture inside the forest,” he said, adding that forest personnel were making efforts to drive away the herd from the area. Thickly-forested northern Chhattisgarh, comprising Surguja, Surajpur, Korba, Raigarh, Jashpur, Balrampur and Korea districts, is notorious for conflicts between humans and elephants. The region has witnessed several killings of tribals and widespread damage to the houses and crops by rogue pachyderms in past years.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

One stabbed to death, 2 injured in a road rage case

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 32-year-old man was today stabbed to death while two others were injured when a group of men attacked them during a scuffle in a suspected case of road rage in southeast Delhi’s Ambedkar Nagar area, police said. The condition of two others are said to be critical, they said. According to police, they received a call around 1 AM that three persons were bleeding profusely and lying near a park in the area. A police team rushed to the spot and the injured were taken to a nearby hospital, where one of them, Vinod was declared dead, while the other are undergoing treatment, they said. Prima facie, it appears that the victim, who worked as a taxi driver, had an argument with a group of some unidentified persons after which they had a scuffle, police said, adding Vinod then called his cab owner, Mukesh and his relative Satya Prakash, both residents of the same area, to help him. According to a senior police official, following the argument, the group stabbed the three men and fled from the spot. “We are scanning the CCTV footages of the area adjoining where the incident took place to ascertain the sequence of events,” he said, adding that teams have been formed and a few suspects from Dakshinpuri have been identified and raids are on to arrest them.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

HC relief for man who allegedly cooked up cow-vigilante story

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a relief for advertising executive Barun Kashyap, whose account of ‘harassment by cow vigilantes’ had created sensation, the Bombay High Court today said prima facie the offence of promoting enmity between two religious groups wasn’t made out against him. Mumbai police pressed this charge against him after finding that his whole story was allegedly fake. Division bench of Justices A S Oka and Anuja Prabhudessai was hearing a petition filed by Kashyap seeking to quash the case against him under section 153 A (promoting enmity between two groups) of IPC. According to police, Kashyap cooked up the story that he was harassed by cow vigilantes in suburban Andheri on the suspicion that he was carrying a bag made from cow hide. His account of the incident, shared on social media, went viral, but police probe later found holes in the story. After hearing brief arguments today, the judges said, “Prima facie the offence alleged is not made out.” In an interim order, the HC restrained the police from proceeding with the probe, and adjourned the petition for final hearing on a later date.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

One killed as car crashes into bus stop in south Delhi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>One person was killed and another was injured after being hit by a car while sleeping at a bus stop in south Delhi’s Chhatarpur area. The incident happened yesterday at around 11.25 PM when the accused driver Pankaj was returning from Chhatarpur and driving towards his home in Ghitorni. Near CDR Chowk, he lost control of the Swift car which then climbed on the bus stop, hitting the two persons, said a senior police officer. Locals held the driver and handed him over to police while the two persons were rushed to AIIMS Trauma Centre. One of them, identified as Kanhaiya, died while Om Prakash is undergoing treatment. Police hasn’t yet been able to ascertain from where the duo belonged or details about their families. The blood samples of the accused driver have been sent for medical examination to ascertain whether he was drunk at the time of the accident. Prima facie, it appears that he wasn’t drunk and had lost control of the car, said the officer.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Woman with burnt face found on Delhi-Jaipur highway

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An unidentified middle-aged woman with her face burnt was found on the Delhi-Jaipur highway today. Police said a case has been registered at Amer police station and the body has been sent for post-mortem. Prima facie, the woman, who looked to be in her forties, was murdered at a different location and dumped on the outskirts of the city, a police officer said. Going by her outfit, the woman seemed to be from rural area, police said. The body seemed to have been dumped on the highway with the face disfigured to conceal her identity, investigating officer Mukesh Kumar said. Forensic experts have reached the spot to collect evidence for further investigation, Kumar said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Youth commits suicide

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 21-year-old man has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself at his room at Agahpur village in the district, police said today. The deceased was identified as Monu, resident of Bulandshahar. His body was found hanging in the room, said police inspector Bijendra Bhadana. He was living in the village on rent. Last night he had some altercation with his brother, Bhadana said. Meanwhile, in Greater Noida, a man’s burnt body was found in Chhapraula village. The deceased was identified as Subhash (40). Police suspect he might have committed suicide. Subhash was working at dhaba and since last two months he was living here. He was suffering from paralysis and had not moved out of his room since last few days. “Prima facie it appears that due to illness he committed suicide,” Badalpur police station incharge Ananddev Mishra said. But investigation was being done from all possible angles, he added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Women crushed to death with stone in Delhi’s Mangolpuri

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> In a gruesome act, a woman was allegedly crushed to death with a stone in a public park in Mangolpuri area of the national capital last night. The deceased has been identified 30-year-old Aarti, who tied the nuptial knot a month ago. According to reports, Aarti?s body was found in a public park in block C of Mangolpuri around at around 8.30 p.m. Reportedly, the police got a phone call from an unknown number claiming to be Aarti?s husband, who said that he allegedly killed her and was coming to the police station to surrender. The police reached the spot following the call and recovered the body. According to reports, a big stone with blood all over it was lying close to the body. Prima facie, it appears that Aarti?s face had been crushed with the stone. Aarti?s husband is absconding.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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