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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.

IIM Lucknow student found dead in hostel room, classmates say he was depressed

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a shocking incident, a student of the prestigious Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling fan of his hostel room on Wednesday.Madiyaon Police said that the 25-year-old student has been identified as Soham Mukherjee of Kolkata.An engineering graduate from Indian Institute of Technology, 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 under 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 Kolkata 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.

Sunanda Pushkar case: Court directs police to de-seal hotel suite

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> A Delhi court today ordered the de-sealing of a five-star hotel suite where Congress leader Shashi Tharoor’s wife Sunanda Pushkar was found dead in 2014, noting that a huge financial loss was already caused to the hotel.Metropolitan Magistrate Dharmender Singh asked the police to file a compliance report by September 26 while allowing it to take all required articles from the room for its probe.During the hearing, however, the city police opposed the de-sealing, saying this was a “different” case.”The suite is sealed for last about 3.5 years and already huge financial loss has been caused to the applicant (hotel).It is relevant to mention here that generally after inspection of the crime spot by the FSL team or investigating agency, the said spot is not sealed or closed till arrival of FSL result,” the court said.It also rejected the contention by Deputy Commissioner of Police that only after the forensic report, the room should be de-sealed and said the reason was not justified.During arguments, the DCP told the court that reminders were sent to the forensic labs and sought some more time.When the court asked why the police was taking so long to de-seal the room unlike most of other criminal cases, the police officer said “this is a different case. We sent reminders to the forensic labs for the reports yesterday only, and only after that we would be able to say when the room can be de-sealed. The court may summon the labs as well.” The officer had appeared on the directions of the court which had on September 4 rapped the police for its “lethargic attitude” in its probe in the case.The police had sought more time to complete the probe and said teams of forensic experts had visited the suite recently and collected various evidence, reports of which were awaited.The court had on July 21 ordered de-sealing of the suite within four weeks, saying the hotel cannot be put to unending hardship due to laxity on part of the police.The court had, however, said the probe agency would be at liberty to visit the suite before filing a compliance report regarding de-sealing of the suite. It had also noted that no offence was found on part of the hotel.Pushkar was found dead in the suite of the South Delhi hotel on the night of January 17, 2014. The suite was sealed on that night itself for investigation. An FIR was registered by Delhi police on January 1, 2015 against unknown persons under IPC section 302 (murder).

Salman to appear in Jodh court today

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Accused under the arms act, actor Salman Khan will appear at Jodhpur court on Friday.The Bollywood star alleged to have illegally possessed firearms beyond expiry of their license, was to appear before the court on July 6, however, was granted excuse on security grounds. He is now scheduled to appear in person on Friday. Khan was previously acquitted in the case by Jodhpur CJM court in January this year,however, the state government had appealed against the decision. Though, the hearing of the case is under District and Sessions court Jodhpur, the hearing on Friday will be held at the ADJ court. A case has been registered under sections 3/25 and 3/27 after police recovered a .22 rifle and .32 revolver from his room while he was shooting for a movie in Rajasthan during 1998.The police had searched his room following allegations of poaching of endangered black bucks. As both the weapons were discovered to have passed the duration of license issued, a case was subsequently registered against him in addition to the three cases of black buck poaching. He had been acquitted in two poaching cases by the high court after being previously convicted for the same by lower court. The defense has maintained that the actor is being falsely framed in the cases.

17-year-old girl medical aspirant from Bihar commits suicide

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 17-year-old girl medical aspirant from Bihar’s Samastipur district, who had taken admission in a coaching institute here, today allegedly committed suicide. Police said that she had taken the extreme step by hanging herself from ceiling fan in her rented accommodation in in Talwandi area under Jawaharnagar police station of the city as “she was unable to qualify exams to fulfil the dreams and aspirations of her parents”. Police also recovered a suicide note from her. “In her suicide note, she wrote that she was unable to qualify exams to fulfil the dreams of her parents and that ‘she was under heavy stress of studies’,” Jawaharnagar police station Sub Inspector (SI) Om Prakesh Sharma said. She had taken admission on June 10 at a coaching institute in the city to prepare for NEET UG for admission to medical college, the SI said, adding her parents had left for their home town after arranging for her admission and accommodation on June 11 left and she was staying alone in her room. The girl took the extreme step at noon after returning to her room from the coaching institute, he said, adding that her parents have been informed. A case has been registered and her was kept in the mortuary of the government hospital for the post mortem which will be conducted after her family members arrive here, Sharma said, adding further investigation was on.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Mother-daughter murdered in hotel room on way to Hemkund Sahib

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A woman in her forties and her teenaged daughter were today found dead with their throats slit in their hotel room at Govindghat here. They were on their way to the Himalayan Sikh shrine of Hemkund Sahib. After initial investigation the police suspect that the woman’s husband allegedly slit the throats of both his wife and daughter and fled after locking them in their room at the hotel, SP Chamoli Tripti Bhat said. A search has been launched to nab the woman’s husband who is missing, she said. The family from Ambala in Haryana had arrived at Govindghat on their way to Hemkund Sahib on Monday evening and checked into the Ganga hotel here to spend the night before continuing their trek. However, the woman’s husband left the hotel early in morning after locking the room in which they were staying. A few hours later, the hotel staff suspected that something was amiss and called the police. When the door of the room was broken, the mother-daughter duo was found lying in a pool of blood, their throats slit, the SP said. An intense search is on for the husband of the woman, who seems to have committed the crime, she said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Man kills ex-colleague after failed rape bid, held

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 22-year-old man was arrested from neighbouring Ujjain today for allegedly killing his former colleague yesterday after she resisted his attempt to rape her, the police said. The accused, identified as Golu Jhille, was arrested for killing the 20-year old woman after she resisted the rape bid, Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Manoj Rai told reporters here. The incident occurred in a rented room of the woman in Pancham ki Phel area here, he said. The woman, a native of Balaghat district, had worked with Golu in a multi-level marketing company. She later left the job and was currently working at a coffee shop. Rai said Golu owed Rs 13,000 to the woman. When she called Golu asking her money, he called her to a park to hand over the cash. When she met Golu, he insisted that he would return her the money at her house, following which they both went to her room, the officer said. After reaching her room, Golu tried to force himself on the woman and when she fought back, he stabbed her multiple times with a knife before strangulating her with her dupatta, the officer said, adding that Golu set the woman’s body on fire before locking the room from outside. He then fled to Ujjain but was apprehended with the help of police there. “A case has been registered and further investigation is underway,” the ASP added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

11-yr-old girl kills self following quarrel with friend

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An 11-year-old girl allegedly committed suicide at home in the southern fringes of the city following an altercation with a friend at her school, police said today. Shrestha Dey (11), a student of class VI, was found hanging from the ceiling fan of her room in Parnasree area last night. According to a suicide note recovered from the bed inside the room, the girl committed suicide following a quarrel with a friend at school over tiffin earlier yesterday, police said. Her mother Mohua Dey said that her daughter was depressed due to the altercation and hanged herself when she (the mother) was not at home.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Woman commits suicide over harassment by neighbours

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 21-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide by hanging from ceiling fan in her house after being harassed by three women neighbours in Bhopra Mohalla here, police said today. Nidhi Shringi, a student of master of arts, last night committed suicide by hanging in her room when her family members had gone to work, Bundi city police station Sub- inspector Kamal Kishore Puri said. In a suicide note recovered from her room, Shringi had accused three women neighbours of harassing and defaming her and held them responsible for her extreme step, he said. On the basis of the suicide note, a case of abetment of suicide was registered against the three accused, the sub- inspector said, adding the body was handed over to her family members after postmortem this morning. The three accused women are yet to be interrogated as the investigation into the matter is underway, the officer added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Delhi Police rescues women who locked themselves up in room

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Police today rescued a mother-daughter duo who had allegedly locked themselves up at their house in southwest Delhi’s Mahavir Enclave area. They are apparently suffering from depression. After a neighbour made a PCR call informing police that Kalavati (42) and Deepa (20) had locked themselves up in a first-floor room of their house, they were rescued and admitted to a hospital, said a senior police officer. Police are questioning the woman’s father-in-law who had been staying with them in the house, he said. He said that when police reached the spot, they found that the door of their room was open. The women were malnourished and staying in an unhygienic condition, he added. They even refused to go to the hospital with police. The duo are apparently suffering from a mental disorder and hallucinations, he said. Police said Kalavati’s father-in-law, Mahaveer Mishra, lived in the adjacent room and gave them food once a day whenever they asked for it. Mishra told police that his wife passed away in 2000 and his two sons were killed in a road accident four years ago. He claimed that Kalavati and Deepa had locked themselves up in the room since then. He used to work as a linesman with MTNL and the family was surviving on Mishra’s meagre pension, he claimed. Mishra said the women often claimed they spoke to his sons in the room and survived days without food. He said a local doctor was treating them as he did not have enough savings to admit them to a hospital.(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.)

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