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Pune | 6, including 5 minors, arrested for sexually abusing 8-year-old girl

An eight year old girl was allegedly raped by six boys including five minor and a 19 year old in Kondhwa area. After mother of the victim approached Kondhwa police, the 19-year-old was arrested and the five minor boys were sent to observation home.According to Kondhwa police, all the six boys booked for raping the minor are known to the victim’s family. The girl would go to play with them when they sexually assaulted her.Inspector (crime) S Shinde of Kondhwa police told DNA, “Out of the six boys detained on Thursday, one is major and he is 19 year old. The other boys are 10 and 11 year old. According to the mother of the victim, these boys would take the girl to play with them where they would sexually assault her.”According to the statement given by the mother of the victim to police, the girl started complaining about pain in abdomen after which she was taken to a doctor. During the medical examination, doctor found out that the girl was being sexually abused.”Since the girl is small, she could not explain about the incident. When asked her about the activities the boys would do with her, she explained all the details,” Shinde said.Along the section of rape under section 376 of Indian Penal Code (IPC), the police have also slapped relevant sections of the protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.

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3 men rape 16-year-old girl in Shalimar Bagh

A 16-year-old girl was allegedly gangraped by three men in northwest Delhi’s Shalimar Bagh area on Saturday. Police said that efforts to identify the accused and arrest them are being made.According to senior police officials, the matter was reported by the victim to her family who approached the police. According to the complaint, the minor victim used to work as a house-maid and was sitting with her male friend in the park near Haidarpur Slums in Shalimar Bagh area, when the three accused arrived and forcefully took her to a secluded corner and raped her in turns. Her mobile phone was also snatched while her male friend was threatened and assaulted.”Yesterday evening, an incident of sexual assault on a 16-year-old girl by the three accused persons was reported. Following the medical examination, a case of gangrape has been registered under IPC sections 323, 363, 376D and 6 POCSO Act at Shalimar Bagh Police Station,” a senior officer said.He said the statement of the victim has been recorded and an investigation is being conducted. “Teams have been formed to apprehend the accused persons and raids are being conducted. A counsellor has been arranged for the girl,” he added.Police are also checking CCTV footages from the area in order to ascertain the sequence of incidents. It is also suspected that one of the accused was known to the victim, police said.

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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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2 women dupe man of Rs 2.25 L

A Mumbai-based businessman approached the Bangur Nagar police claiming that he had been duped of Rs 2.25 lakh by two women under the pretext of exchanging US dollars at a cheap rate. The victim claimed that the women instead of giving him US dollars duped the victim by giving him newspaper scrap.According to the victim, Hanif Shaikh, he met a woman near Malad West who showed him a $20 currency note and asked him to help her convert it to Indian Rupees as she didn’t understand what exactly it was. Thinking that the woman is genuine, Shaikh got the note converted returned the money to her. The woman told Shaikh that she was working at an international citizen’s house who gave her few household items in which she got 1,335 of such notes. The woman offered to give all the notes to Shaikh which amounted to around Rs 18 lakh and asked him to pay Rs 3 lakh in return.However, after exchanging the notes for Rs 2.25 lakh, he found that there were newspapers cuttings in the shape of notes instead of US dollars.”I had checked all the notes before taking it from them but I don’t know how did they tricked and exchanged original with a duplicate bundle. She cheated me stating that she cannot deposit it in the bank as she does not have a bank account and hence she cannot get it converted. Later I learnt that it’s a gang who trick people with same modus operandi,” said Shaikh.

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Uttar Pradesh: 16-year-old suffering from cancer gangraped in Lucknow

A 16-year-old girl suffering from blood cancer was allegedly gangraped by a group of men in Lucknow, on Saturday.The Circle Officer (CO) of Sarojini Nagar, Lalta Prasad Singh, informed that the victim had gone to buy groceries when an acquaintance convinced her to come along with him. He, along with his friend, raped her and later left her on the roadside.The victim was raped for the second time in the day when she sought help from a passerby.On the complaint of the victim’s family, an FIR was lodged against two persons. While one accused, Virendra Yadav, has been arrested, the search is on to nab the other one, the police informed.Meanwhile, the third culprit is absconding.Last week, another case of gang-rape of a minor surfaced in the state, wherein a 17-year-old girl was allegedly gangraped at gunpoint in Hamirpur’s Majhgaon.

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DCW volunteer beaten, paraded naked, six held

A day after a Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) volunteer was assaulted and paraded naked for raising her voice against the liquor mafia in outer Delhi’s Narela, the Delhi Police on Friday arrested six women in connection with the case.Lieutenant-Governor (L-G) Anil Baijal directed Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik to ensure a speedy investigation into the case. Also, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal met the victim at the hospital and the L-G in the evening, besides summoning the Excise Commissioner.The Delhi Police, meanwhile, have claimed that the woman was not paraded naked and that her clothes were torn while she was being beaten.The volunteer had tipped off the DCW regarding the sale of illicit liquor in Narela by another woman, who along with other women, later assaulted the victim. None of the eye witnesses in the case interfered or tried to help the victim.Special Commissioner of Police Dependra Pathak stated on Friday that on December 6, DCW chief Swati Maliwal, along with the volunteer, had gone to raid a premise where some containers of illicit liquor were found. A case was also registered in the matter.”Later, on December 7, a group of local women beat up this volunteer. Certain aspects of the allegations were not correct but on the basis of the complaint by the victim, all six accused have been arrested,” Pathak said.Maliwal, who was present with the victim during the raid, tweeted: “For those who think that only one woman was paraded naked, they should know that the drug and liquor mafias operating in the national Capital have also exposed the police officers and the administration.”Talking about the Delhi Police’s zero-tolerance policy towards illicit liquor, Pathak said: “The total number of cases registered against illicit liquor this year is 55, as compared to 42 in the previous year. The total number of related seizures was 1,218 as compared to 689 in the last year.”

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Jilted ex-fiance kills 18-year-old girl

An 18-year-old girl on Friday evening was allegedly stabbed to death by her ex-fiance in Nehrunagar area under Bheemganj police station.The indicent took place when the victim Shahinoor, a resident of Nehrunagar area, was going take Urdu tuition. The accussed Sabir was waiting outside the coaching centre and as soon as Shahinoor emerged he attacked her with knife. According to police, th girl sustained about 8 – 9 knife injuries on her body and was rushed to Maharao Bheem Singh (MBS) hospital where she succumbed to her injuries.The victim was engaged to the accused a few months ago but the engagement was soon broken off. The accused, booked under section 302 of IPC, has been arrested. The girl’s body has been placed in the mortuary of MBS hospital for the postmortem to be carried out tomorrow morning. It happened…The indicent took place when the victim Shahinoor, a resident of Nehrunagar area, was going take Urdu tuition. The victim was engaged to the accused a few months ago but the engagement was soon broken off.

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Meghwadi bizman held in stalking case

A businessman has been arrested by Meghwadi police for stalking after he allegedly sent his domestic help obscene photographs on WhatsApp. The accused had asked the victim to marry him, but she refused his proposal after which he started harassing her. The arrested businessman has been identified as Thomas John Kurian, 47.According to the police sources, the complainant, a 26-year-old woman, was working at the accused house as a maid and had exchanged mobile numbers. Since August 2016, the victim had also been working at Kurian’s office as an office assistant. “Kurian started calling and texting the victim and asked her to marry him. The victim, who was already married, left both her jobs,” said an officer from Meghwadi Police Station.He kept sending vulgar texts to the victim and her husband after which the victim filed a police complaint. Kurian was arrested Monday and booked under sections of the IPC.
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Seeking loan for daughter’s wedding, man falls prey to fraud

The Wadala TT police are probing a case of online fraud wherein a fraudster duped a 46-year-old man of Rs 1.10 lakh on the pretext of sanctioning a bank loan.According to the police, the victim, Ashok Gupta, received a call from an individual who identified himself as Avinash Singh and posed as a bank official offering a loan proposal.When Gupta said he was in need of a loan for his daughter’s wedding, Singh diverted his call to a ‘senior’ who then asked Gupta about his personal details such as profession, income and residence. Gupta then received a call telling him that a loan of Rs 10 lakh had been sanctioned for him, and that to receive the money in his bank account, he would have to email scans of his documents including debit and Aadhar card.”Within an hour of sending the documents, the victim received text alerts from his bank that informed him of 11 transactions worth Rs 1.10 lakh,” said a police officer. “During our initial probe we found that the money was transferred to Malaysian websites,” said another police officer. A case has been registered under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and Information Technology Act.
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Woman molested and groped while out for a smoke in CP

A 32-year-old professor had to face a horrendous incident of molestation in Connaught Place (CP), the heart of the national Capital, on Thursday afternoon. A man groped her, unzipped his pants, and masturbated in front of her while she was taking a break from her work in a language school in CP.The woman, Anita (name changed), had gone to the terrace of the building when the incident took place. The accused, who is yet to be arrested, also snatched her phone before fleeing the spot.According to Anita, during her break at 1.30 pm, as usual, she went to the terrace of the building to smoke. A man in his mid 20s followed her to the terrace but she didn’t pay much attention. The accused constantly stared at her while pretending to be on the phone. When she asked him whether there was a problem, he said there wasn’t but did not move from the spot. Then he suddenly came in front of her and pointed at her breasts.Speaking to DNA, the victim said: “I pushed him and threatened to call the police. Instead of feeling deterred, he unzipped his pants, pulled out his penis, and started touching himself. When I tried to run past him, he grabbed me and ejaculated.”Anita made another attempt to free herself and managed to reach the door of the terrace but the accused had apparently bolted it while coming up. By this time, the accused caught up with her and pushed her against the door. “He said he liked my breasts. I raised an alarm. He then snatched my mobile phone, hopped on to an adjacent terrace, and fled,” she said.Some office staffers who heard Anita’s screams came to help her but the accused had fled by then. The CCTV footage showed the man following the victim but his face was hidden by a hoodie.The woman immediately called the police and a case under Sections 354 (criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty), 342 (wrongful confinement), 356 (theft), and 379 (punishment for theft) has been registered at the Connaught Place police station. Also, the victim recorded her statement in front of the magistrate under Section 164 of the CrPC on Friday.
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Karnataka: 7-year-old sets herself ablaze to copy ‘fire dance’ from TV serial, dies

In a shocking incident, a 7-year-old girl set herself ablaze to ‘copy’ a scene from her favourite TV serial in north Karnatka.According to a Times of India report, the victim, who has been identified as Prarthana succumbed to her injuries on November 12. The incident came to light after the victim’s parents filed a police complaint on Wednesday.The girl, a resident of Davanagere district’s Harihara town, was huge fan of two Kannada TV serials.Her mother told the Times of India that Prarthana particularly loved the horror serial. On the fateful day, the victim tried to copy a fire dance scene from the serial. She spread pieces of paper around her and set them on fire, without realising danger to her life.Soon, the fire went out of control and the girl suffered burn injuries. She was taken to a private hospital on November 11. The victim died a day later.Chaitra, victim’s mother, said that she had warned her daughter to ot watch so much TV. The grieving mother, who lost her eldest child, requested all parents to make sure that their children don’t watch so much of TV.Young children aping their favourite serials is not new. In 1999, Shaktiman, a very popular super-hero serial, was taken off air. It was alleged that many children were dying in attempt to copy the stunts of protagonist played by actor Mukesh Khanna.
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Kopardi rape and murder case: All three convicts sentenced to death

A sessions court in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra on Wednesday announced death sentenced to all three convicts in the Kopardi rape and murder case.The three convicts are – Jitendra Babulal Shinde, Santosh Gorakh Bhawal and Nitin Gopinath Bhailum.The 15-year-old victim was raped on July 13 at Kopardi village in Ahmednagar district, by the trio, who also inflicted injuries all over her body and broke her limbs before throttling herBhawal’s lawyer Balasaheb Khopade had pleaded that Bhawal may not be given the capital punishment.Also readKopardi rape: Victim’s kin demand public hangingHowever, special public prosecutor, Ujjwal Nikam argued that this was a ‘rarest of the rare case’ and hence the tree convicts should be awarded the death sentence.On October 7, Ahmednagar police filed the charge sheet running into over 350 pages before a sessions court in the district in which the trio were charged under IPC Sections 302 (murder), 376 (rape) and relevant sections of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.The Kopardi incident proved to be the trigger for the silent marches (mook morchas) taken out by the Marathas across the state as the victim belonged to the community. Through their campaign, they have also raised long-pending demands like quota in education and jobs.
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Madhya Pradesh: Differently-abled girl raped in Damoh; accused arrested

Updated: Nov 25, 2017, 12:21 PM IST, ANI
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A man was arrested on Friday for allegedly raping a differently abled girl in Damoh of Madhya Pradesh.The accused was arrested following the family of the victim filed a police complaint against him.The accused allegedly raped the girl when she went to defecate.The probe is underway in the incident, police said.

Accused for stealing cellphone, Delhi teens in school uniform murder man on moving bus

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a shocking incident, a group of teenagers dressed in school uniform allegedly slit a man’s throat in a moving bus in Delhi over arguments on stolen mobile phone.The teenagers attacked the victim after the man in his 20s charged them of stealing his phone, according to the NDTV report. One of the teens held the man, while the other slit his throat.The incident happened in a Badarpur-bound bus route from Punjabi Bagh. The victim boarded the bus at Lajpat Nagar, an eyewitness said.The alleged murderers, 13-16 aged teenagers in school uniform, boarded the bus near Ashram Chowk. They escaped right after the attack. The police are invesigating the matter and also keeping a close eye on the 15 government schools in Lajpat Nagar and Mathura Road.

FIR filed in robbery that went viral

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Three days after an ice-cream parlour owner was robbed at gunpoint by four bike-borne assailants, the Delhi Police finally managed to register a case, after persuading the victim as he feared the consequences post the case being registered. No arrests have been made so far.The CCTV footage of the incident, which took place in Central Delhi’s Rajendra Nagar went viral on social media prompting the police to approach the victim. The victim was initially hesitant to open up regarding the robbery and did not want to lodge a case as he was afraid of being identified. The entire incident was captured in the cameras installed at the location.According to the CCTV footage, the victim is seen on the road just outside his shop with a small carry bag in one hand while smoking a cigarette. After some time, two persons get off a motorcycle while the other two remain seated on the same motorcycle with the ignition on. One of the assailants had his face uncovered but on spotting the camera he puts on the helmet, which was initially just covering half of his head. The other attacker removes the victim’s gold chain and brandishes a gun to scare him. A passerby who is seen trying to intervene is shown the pistol by the attackers and asked to leave.The duo then scans the pockets of the victim and takes away the cash that he had in his wallet while returning the empty wallet to him. The attackers then casually sit on their motorcycle and leave the spot. Investigators revealed that they are probing the case and the involvement of gangs in Delhi-NCR with same modus operandi is also being investigated.RELUCTANTThe victim was initially hesitant to open up regarding the robbery and did not want to lodge a case as he was afraid of being identified

Ex-model says husband forcing her to convert, files complaint

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A Mumbai-based former model has filed a complaint with Bandra Police Station alleging that her husband assaulted and tortured her, forcing her to convert to his faith.A case of molestation has been registered in Bandra Police station against both of them. On the other hand, the husband also approached the Bandra police complaining that his wife had assaulted him. The police have also registered a non-cognisable offence in this matter.According to the complainant, her husband got married to another woman in October, and since then, all three have been staying together. On Friday at around 5 pm, her husband and his friend Munir came to their home and asked the victim to leave the house. When she asked him for a reason, the husband allegedly started assaulting her and said that if she did not convert, she would have to put up with this and threatened to bar her from meeting their 7-year-old child.”We have registered complaints and are probing the matter. We have conducted a medical examination on the couple as both were injured. We verifying the claims made by the victim,” said Pandit Thackeray, senior PI, Bandra police station.THE ALLEGATIONSThe woman has also accused her husband for demanding money from her and that he and his friend Munir are trying to convert his second wife who is 19 years his junior

Kerala: Another RSS worker hacked to death; BJP suspects CPM role

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An RSS worker was hacked to death in Nenmanikkara in the district Sunday, news agency ANI reported.According to Kerala website Manorama Online, the victim, identified only as Anand, was riding his bike when a group rammed their vehicle into it, causing him to fall. The accused them lynched him. He died en route to hospital.According to the report, Anand was accused in the murder of a CPM worker, and was out on bail. The state BJP have alleged CPM’s role in his murder

‘They touched me inappropriately’, woman alleges Air Asia staff of mid-air sexual harassment

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Days after Indigo misbehaviour incident, a woman has alleged that three male Air Asia staffers molested her in Bengaluru airport.The 28-year-old, who boarded a Ranchi-Bengaluru flight on November 3, has filed an FIR against the Air Asia staff for misbehaviour and sexual harassment. “The cabin steward scolded & touched me inappropriately,” the victim told ANI.According to the victim, the alleged staff members harassed her onboard as well in the Bengaluru airport runway. She said after complaining about the unhygienic condition of the aircraft’s washroom, the Air Asia staff misbehaved with her and threatened to deboard her.”I found toilet of the aircraft dirty & complained. The cabin steward scolded & touched me inappropriately. He also threatened to deboard me. Air Asia staff at Hyderabad supported him. They even humiliated me before the police,” the victim said.The incident comes days after ground staff of IndiGo Airlines were caught on camera assaulting a senior citizen on the tarmac of Delhi Airport.The incident that took place on October 15 came to limelight after the 80-second long video clip surfaced online. The footage shows that staff and the passenger, who has now been identified as Rajiv Katyal, arguing over Katyal boarding the bus on the tarmac.

Duo stab man to death over alleged eve-teasing

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 21-year-old man who allegedly eve-teased a woman was stabbed to death by two men in south east Delhi’s Jaitpur area, including the woman’s brother, on Monday night. Both the accused were arrested on Tuesday, police said.According to police, around 9pm, the victim Mohammad Asif Malik, who worked at a private company in Nehru Place, was eating at a roadside food stall with Sunny, Changa and a few others when a quarrel broke out between the two sides and Sunny allegedly stabbed Asif at least four times.The victim fell on the spot and his friends Shibu and Jabaz took him home. His father Jalaluddin then rushed him to AIIMS Hospital where he was declared brought dead, said Deputy Commissioner of Police (South East) Romil Baaniya.Stating the motive behind the stabbing, Baaniya said that an argument broke out between Asif and Sunny after the victim allegedly passed lewd comments against the accused’s sister. “The comment did not go down well with Sunny and in a fit of rage, he stabbed Asif and fled with his associates,” he claimed.However, police said that the victim’s family alleged that Asif was murdered because he raised his voice against Sunny’s illegal liquor business in Madanpur Khadar JJ Colony. The family also alleged that Asif was attacked by the accused on Sunday as well and the matter was reported to police but they didn’t take any action.

Attack on Sikh boy in US: Sushma Swaraj asks Indian Embassy for report

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has sought a report from the Indian Embassy in Washington over a Sikh boy being allegedly beaten by two students on a sidewalk near Kentridge High School in Washington State.”I have seen news reports about the beating of a Sikh boy in US. I have asked @IndianEmbassyUS to send me a report on the incident,” Swaraj said in a tweet.According to The News Tribune, a teenage boy followed the victim and knocked him to the ground with a punch.The victim was there after punched several more times as he tried to protect his head and crawl away.The local Sikh community has responded to the incident with outrage.The victim’s father claimed that his son was targeted because he was a Sikh.However, school officials said the attack was not religiously or racially motivated, but was instead a continuation of an earlier classroom dispute

Rate of conviction very low in cases under Atrocities Act

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Two Dalit youths Piyush Parmar and Krunal Maheria were attacked in Limbodara village of Kalol taluka for sporting a moustache in early October. In another case which took place in the same week, one Jayesh Solanki of Bhadraniya village in Borsad taluka was killed after he had an altercation with upper caste men for seeing garba celebrations.Even as the three victims await justice, what they don’t know is that the statistics is stacked against them.The probability of perpetrators being convicted, if they are booked exclusively under the SC/ST (Prevention Of Atrocities) Act, is very low. The data about the number of convicts booked under the Act in Gujarat was taken from the Prison Statistics report while the number of cases registered, specifically under the Act, were taken from the Crime in India report.Both these reports, put out by the National Crime Records Bureau, suggest 4592 cases were registered exclusively under this Act, while only 63 people were convicted, over last 15 years. Assuming each convict represented one case, the conviction rate would be a minuscule 1.37%. In fact, 1030 cases were registered under the Act between 2011 and 2015, resulting in zero conviction as the prison data shows no new convicts came to prison under the act.Against, 1709 cases registered between 2006 and 2010, a mere 26 people were convicted. Going by the assumption that each conviction represents each case, the percentage of conviction would come to 1.5%.“An inherent and systematic bias is at play in such cases. It starts right from when cops register and investigate a case, to the level of public prosecutor who fights the case to the judge who gives the verdict. Bias at all levels means the case is poorly reported, investigated, argued and the end result is that justice is denied,” said Govind Parmar, a lawyer, who has fought for several Dalit victims at the Sessions Court in Ahmedabad.Parmar, who is also a member of the Human Rights Law Network, said in many cases the victims, especially from rural areas, give in because of societal pressure. “Villagers are interdependent. It is very easy to isolate a family, economically and socially. Therefore, even when the victim’s family file a police complaint, they don’t pursue it further. At times, even the wrongdoer belongs to the same village as the victim and, with the help of other villagers, puts pressure on the victim,” said Parmar. “At times, even the cops are not aware of the right sections of the Act under which the wrongdoer should be invoked. In such cases, it becomes very difficult to present the case in a court,” said Parmar.GV Gohil, ACP, SC/ST cell, Ahmedabad, said the poor conviction is a result of the compromise the victims do with the accused after a case is registered. “Most of such cases come from places where the accused and the victim stay in the same village and hence they compromise. However, it doesn’t happen in cases when the victims are injured,” said Gohil.

Chandigarh: Two brothers convicted for repeatedly raping sister’s 10-year-old daughter

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A Chandigarh court on Tuesday convicted two brothers for repeatedly raping their sister’s 10-year-old daughter. The child delivered a girl on August 17. The quantum of sentence will pronounced on November 2.The case, which led to a huge public outcry, was put on fast track after the victim’s maternal uncle, Kul Bahadur, was arrested on July 18 for raping her. The investigation took an uglier turn when the DNA sample of the baby born to the victim did not match with the accused.The police then formed an SIT. Further disclosures by the victim led the police to Bahadur’s younger brother, Shankar, who was also arrested for raping the child.In her statements, the victim told the police that her elder maternal uncle, Kul, started raping her in December last year and it continued for several months, until Shankar, also her maternal uncle, started raping her. The DNA sample of the newborn matched with that of Shankar.On Tuesday, the Court of Additional District and Session Judge Poonam R Joshi held both the maternal uncles guilty under Section 376 (rape) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and relevant sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act. The maximum punishment in the case is life imprisonment.The city was left shamefaced when the victim child gave birth to a girl in a government hospital in Chandigarh on August 17. The abortion plea was dismissed by a local court and then by the Supreme Court, as by then, the victim was over 30 weeks pregnant. Her mother had found out about the pregnancy only when 26 weeks had passed.The family hails from Nepal. The victim’s parents refused to see the newborn, who was then shifted to a child care home. The legal procedure for her adoption was started and the victim was sent home.TIMELINEJuly 15: Rape case registered.July 18: Accused maternal uncle Kul Bahadur arrested.July 18: District court in Chandigarh rejects abortion plea.July 29: SC turns down abortion plea.August 17: Victim delivers a baby girl.September 11: DNA sample does not match with accused uncle.September 19: Second maternal uncle, Shankar, arrested for rape. DNA sample matches.October 31: Both maternal uncles held guilty of rape.November 2: Quantum of sentence to be announced.

17-yr-old girl dies after being raped in Punjab

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 17-year-old girl died after she was allegedly raped by three youths in Punjab’s Fazilka district here, police said on Sunday.The incident occurred on October 25 when the girl was returning home from school when three motorcycle-borne youths, including a minor boy, allegedly waylaid her, as per a complaint lodged by the victim’s mother, they said.The victim, a Class 11 student, was taken to nearby fields where she was raped by the three youths, Deputy Superintendent of Police (Jalalabad) Amarjit Singh said.She died of excessive bleeding last night, Singh said.He said the victim’s family did not disclose about the incident to the police who came to know about it after a villager informed them about the death of the girl.On the basis of the complaint, a case of murder and gangrape was registered against a minor youth and two unidentified persons.The body has been sent for a postmortem, the DSP said.No arrests have been made so far, he said, adding investigations were underway.

New Delhi: 14-year-old dies after banging head against wall during fight with classmate

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 14-year-old boy died today when his head hit a wall after he was allegedly pushed by one of his classmates during a scuffle in a school here, the police said.The incident was reported from northeast Delhi’s Karawal Nagar and the boy, who had pushed the victim, has been apprehended, they said.The police were informed that a child had fallen unconscious in a school here, Deputy Commissioner of Police (northeast) A K Singla said.The Class 7 student was taken to a private nursing home and later to a government hospital where he was declared brought dead, the officer said.The boy allegedly used to tease the victim, Prince, by calling him “golu molu” and that had led to a fight between them, the DCP said.”In the fight, the juvenile pushed Prince whose head hit the wall and he fell unconscious,” Singla said.The police have registered a case and begun investigations, he said.Prince’s family has claimed that he was beaten by four of his friends.However, the police said that no external injury marks were found on his body and that only one student was allegedly involved in the matter.The exact cause of death would be ascertained in the post-mortem, they said.

Man stabbed over car parking row in Powai

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 42-year-old man was allegedly stabbed by a youth after he parked his car in a football ground at Saki Vihar in Powai. The Powai police have arrested one of the accused. According to police, the victim, Isaaq Sheikh, was allegedly stabbed by Nizam Sheikh after he parked his car at Chandasawali Babadarga ground. The children approached Sheikh and requested him to not park the car on the ground so that it does not get damaged. Following this the accused pulled out a knife and bamboo sticks and stabbed Sheikh. The victim is out of danger and is recuperating at the hospital. Sheikh is out of danger.

Madhya Pradesh: Man burnt to death for protesting daughter’s molestation

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a shocking incident, a man was allegedly burnt to death for protesting molestation of his daughter in Damoh area of Madhya Pradesh.The police said that prima facie the matter relates to an old rivalry between the accused and the victim.The matter is being investigated and search is on to arrest the culprits, said police.

Promising MHADA flats, man dupes 4 of Rs 1.4cr

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Kalachowky police have arrested a 48-year-old man for allegedly duping three people of Rs 1.4 crore by promising them MHADA homes. The accused, along with three other wanted accuseds, had taken money from four others, promising them houses in Sewri area.The accused has been identified as Vikas Bhave (48). According to police, Bhave had promised the complainant, Manisha Dedhiya (40), a flat in Sewri at a cheap rate, and had taken around Rs 21 Lakh from her.Bhave had told the victim that the Sewree flat is owned by another woman, though she is in need of money, and if the victim paid the needy woman the money, she would transfer the documents of the flat to her name.Police said that the victim, thinking the deal was genuine, paid the money to the accused, who, however, did not transfer the documents to her name, after which she approached the police and lodged a complaint. “After registering the complaint, three more persons approached us claiming that they had also paid the money to Bhave and three others, who had promised them MHADA flats. We then arrested Bhave,” said a police officer.He added that, “The accused had made forged agreements and had taken money from the accused of different bank accounts.”

Salman Khan’s ‘bodyguard’ allegedly threatens a woman with gangrape

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 31-year-old woman was allegedly threatened with gangrape over her mobile phone by a caller, who claimed himself to be the bodyguard of Bollywood actor Salman Khan at Bandra here, police said on Saturday.Based on the complaint filed by the woman, Khar police registered an offence under IPC section 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman), senior police inspector Ramchandra Jadhav of Khar Police said.”As per the complaint, the victim, who runs a non-profit organisation (NGO), received the call on her mobile phone on Friday afternoon by a person, who claimed himself to be the bodyguard of actor Salman Khan, and threatened her with gangrape,” senior police inspector Ramchandra Jadhav said.According to the woman, the caller also used abusive language against her, he said.”We are investigating from which number the victim received the threat call and also verifying, who is using that number,” he said.So far, nobody has been arrested, Jadhav said adding that further investigation into the case is on.

Pregnant woman killed, cops suspect kin

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On Monday, a 26-year-old pregnant woman was found dead inside her Nallasopara residence. The prime suspect is the victim’s brother-in-law and the prima facie police claimed that the woman was murdered due to a marital discord with her husband.According to the police, Nikhat Shaikh, a resident of Naseem Apartment at Dange wadi of Nallasopara west, had a marital dispute with her husband Nadeem. On Monday, Salman Shaikh, the victim’s brother-in-law allegedly entered the residence and slashed her face and body parts with a sharp weapon. The accused fled from the residence and is now absconding.”We had earlier complained to the police against the in-laws for harassing my sister,” said Mohsin, brother of the victim.Datta Totewad, Deputy Superintendent of Police, said, “We have registered a case of murder against the suspect and we will nab him soon.”

Faridabad: 13-year-old ‘maid’ jumps off 11th floor to escape slavery and torture

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In order to escape slavery and torture, a 13-year-old girl on Wednesday attempted suicide by jumping off the 11th floor of a building in Faridabad.A minor girl took an extreme step after suffering for two years. However, she survived as she was caught in a bird net on the 10th floor balcony, reported news18.The girl, who hails from Bihar, was rescued after being stuck for several hours. The victim also has burn and injury marks all over her body.According to report, the victim was starved for sometime and was never allowed to step out of the house.”We would often hear cries. But the woman, who told us that she studies at a private university, would tell us to mind our own business,” said a neighbour at Kanishka Towers.The victim has been asked to be kept at a child protection centre, and an FIR will be filed soon.

AAP worker held for rape, blackmail over 2-yr period

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In another controversy for the party, an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) worker, who is supposedly a close aide of south Delhi MLA Avtar Singh, has been arrested on charges of raping a 25-year-old woman in South Delhi’s Kalkaji district.Kamal Sandhu, the worker of the ruling party, had allegedly raped the woman repeatedly for two years. He had also allegedly threatened that if she did not establish a physical relationship with him, he would release her nude pictures and videos on the internet.Sandhu, who was arrested on September 25, had allegedly raped the victim in 2015 at Le Grand hotel in south Delhi on the pretext of offering her a job.According to the complaint, the victim alleged that she was called by the accused to the said hotel where he, along with his friends, spiked her drink and raped her. They also shot videos and took nude pictures of the victim.Thereafter, the accused also assaulted the victim and took her jewellery. He continued to blackmail her with pictures for jewellery. At one instance, he also took away her ATM card and withdrew money using it.Aggrieved by this harassment, the victim went to the police station to register a complaint against the accused. However, the victim alleged that the police refused to register the case and pressurised her to compromise with the accused.The victim then filed a petition under section 156 (3) of CrPC in the Saket court for the registration of an FIR through her counsel Pankaj Shrivastava. According to Shrivastava, the Metropolitan Magistrate Vikrant Vaid, sought an Action Taken Report from the police while listening the petition following which the FIR was registered and the victim’s statement was recorded.The court sent the accused to police custody for one day each on two instances, on September 26 and September 27 respectively. Sandhu is at present in judicial custody.AAP SCANDALSEarlier, the Delhi police have already arrested over a dozen AAP MLAs over a period of two years on charges of rape, extortion, cheating, forgery to rioting.
The most recent of the arrests is that of Commando Surender Singh, MLA from Delhi Cantonment on charges of defacement.

Man knocked dead while crossing road

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A man met with a fatal accident while he was crossing the road in Chandlodia area on Wednesday. According to police, the victim was hit by a speeding vehicle, which fled the spot after the incident took place. Ghatlodia police , who have lodged a hit-and-run case in the matter, said they are trying to nail the killer through CCTV footage.A complaint was lodged by Mukesh Solanki, of Vadaj, the victim’s uncle. The deceased, Piyush Solanki, used to work for Parle Speed Marketing company. On Wednesday afternoon, Piyush had gone to Chandlodia area to deliver products. Piyush was declared dead when he was rushed to a private hospital.

Boyfriend gropes, attempts to rape Andhra teen, films the assault

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a gut-wrenching incident, a young man groped and tried to rape his girlfriend as his friend shot the disturbing assault video from his mobile phone in Andhra Pradesh’s Prakasam district. The police has arrested all three accused.The incident reportedly took place in August and came to light after the video went viral. The police filed a suo motu case and asked the parents of the 19-year-old victim to file a separate case.The accused were arrested on Tuesday.According to the police, the girl had gone to meet her boyfriend B Sai, who is a B Sc agriculture student.The other accused Karthik and Pawan were also present there.It was 22-year-old Karthik who shot the video.Media reports suggest that Karthik was also in a relationship with the girl. He was miffed with the victim after she moved on with Sai.It was at his behest that Sai decided to assault the girl.In the video, Sai gropes, tries to disrobe the victim even as she keeps on crying for help.Her friend is also seen feebly trying to help the victim while the boys abuse and laugh at the camera.According to the Times of India report, the main motive of the video was to blackmail the girl.It was only recently that the video went viral. The police have charged the accused under Section 67 of IT Act as also IPC sections 354A, 354B, 376 read with 511 of the Indian Penal Code.

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Rajasthan: Spurned man, his father burn girl alive for rejecting proposal

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A girl was burnt alive by a man after she refused to reciprocate to his advances, it has been reported. The incident comes out of Isarvla village, located 20 kilometres from Banswara district headquarters.According to information, the victim, Seema, 18, was brought to MB Hospital in Udaipur on Saturday midnight. She had come in with 75% burns.According to the victim’s father, Seema had rejected the proposal of one Ravi. Unable to take the rejection, Ravi, along with his father chased her in the village, doused her with kerosene and set her on fire.She was initially admitted to MG Hospital in Banswara, from where doctors referred her to Udaipur. An FIR was registered in the Hospital police station.The victim’s father also said that he had filed a complaint with the police regarding Ravi’s harassment, but no action was taken.

Woman gang-raped in moving car in Noida Sector 39

Updated: Sep 23, 2017, 01:49 PM IST, ANI
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A woman was allegedly gang-raped in a moving vehicle in Noida on Saturday.The incident took place at Noida Sector 39.The woman was pulled into a Scorpio car by men at Golf course metro station and then was allegedly gangraped in a moving car.Meanwhile, the victim has been sent for medical examination.A case has been registered in regards to the matter.In a similar incident, a nurse was allegedly looted and gangraped in Sihani Gate area of Ghaziabad.

Mathura: Self-styled godman rapes physically disabled disciple

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A self-proclaimed “baba” was arrested on charges of raping a physically disabled disciple at his ashram in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura district.The victim hailed from West Bengal and was living at his ashram in Barsana district for several months.The victim alleged that the accused raped her repeatedly and threw her out of the ashram, when she got pregnant.The victim then returned home and lodged a complaint with the police there.A team of West Bengal police, accompanied by the local cops, reached the ashram on Thursday night and arrested the self-styled godman.”We are taking the “baba” to Bengal, as that?s where the complaint was lodge,” Superintendent of Police, Mathura, Aditya Kumar Shukla told ANI.The accused, however, denied the allegations and claimed that the victim wanted to oust him from the ashram and hence had implicated him in a false case.”I didn’t do anything, I don?t even know the girl. One day a couple left their daughter with me asking me to take care of her,” the accused told ANI.He also claimed that the family members of the woman had visited his ashram last year and left the victim there, asking him to take care of her.This comes a day after one woman lodged a complaint alleging sexual exploitation by Kaushlendra Prapanacharya Phalahari Maharaj in Chhattisgarh, on Thursday.The complaint against 70-year-old Phalahari Maharaj, from Rajasthan, was lodged by a 21-year-old woman hailing from Chhattisgarh’s Bilaspur.Presently, Baba Phalahari is admitted in the hospital.”The concerned doctor is busy in operation. So, we had no conversation with them. We are waiting for his advice. As soon as we are allowed to talk to the Baba in regards to the matter, we will take the legal proceedings further,” Alwar SP Rahul Prakash told ANI.

Ryan school murder: Sexual violence against minors must stop; Delhi should take lead: HC

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Sexual violence against minors have to be stopped, the Delhi High Court said today while taking note of the recent spurt in the incidents of sexual assault on minors in the capital.”Let Delhi take the lead in this matter,” a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar said.The high court took note of news reports regarding sexual assault on a five year old girl inside her school in East Delhi and issued notice to the Delhi government, police and the Delhi State Legal Services Authority (DSLSA) asking them to file an affidavit before September 21.The court decided to initiate proceedings on its own after also noting that Delhi government has ordered suspension of the medical officer for “negligence” in treating the rape survivor.”The reports raise issues of public interest,” the bench remarked and said that “there can be nothing more important than the information or report of such crime being brought to the immediate attention of the DSLSA, to enable it to take immediate steps for providing legal aid to the victim as well as compensation”.It noted that in the present case, there was intervention by the police. However, there was no intervention by the DSLSA. The bench said DSLSA interventions are “must” so far as the victims of sexual offence, both adults and children, are concerned.This, while ensuring justice to the victim, will also ensure that the best assistance is available to the police for effectively investigating the crime as well as medical treatment and examination of the victims, it said.”DSLSA shall also ensure that compensation in accordance with the Victim Compensation Scheme, 2015 is henceforth released to the victims at the earliest,” it said, adding that it should also inform this court about the status of the release of compensation and legal to the victims.

Baramati rape case: Convict acquitted

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Bombay High court has acquitted a 33-year-old Baramati resident who was convicted by the Baramati Sessions court for allegedly raping a 13-year-old girl from his village and was sentenced to ten years of imprisonment. The High court, while turning down the Sessions court’s decision, held that the evidence of the victim is not corroborated by medical or any other evidence, thus, under these circumstances, the accused cannot be convicted on the sole testimony of the victim.According to the prosecution, the accused Hasab Zari, resident of Baramati had allegedly raped a teen on the pretext of dropping her home on November 13, 2009. The girl as on her way to home from school after playing with her friends near a temple. As she got late looking for her shoes, Zari allegedly offered to drop her home. Instead of taking her home, the accused allegedly took her to a jungle and raped her. The accused allegedly tied her hands on her back with a rope, and also tied her mouth with nylon cloth.After the incident, the victim disclosed its occurance only a day later as she was allegedly threatened by the accused with dire consequences.Advocate Gazala Sheikh, appearing on behalf of Zari while speaking to DNA said, “After the incident, police did not recover the rope and nylon cloth immediately. It was recovered a day after the panchanama of the spot was drawn.Also, medical reports claimed that as the victim was menstruating that day, there were no detailed medical tests that supported the evidence. Also, there were no injuries on her body or her private part. Thus, all the evidence was not corroborated, and hence the sessions court had passed judgment just on the basis of the victims statement.”

Uttar Pradesh: Stalker chops off 15-year-old girl’s hand in full public view

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a shocking incident, a 15-year-old girl was chased by a stalker and her right hand was chopped off with a sword in Uttar Pradesh.The incident took place in full public view in Lakhimpur Kheri market in Shahjahanpur.The victim, a student of class IX was attacked after she rebuffed advances made by the accused.Angry that she rebuffed him again, the accused grabbed a sword which he kept handy in the iron welding shop he worked in and ran after her, reported Times of India. The victim was rushed to the district hospital but was later referred to Lucknow as her condition deteriorated rapidly. The accused has been arrested by the police. He reportedly lived in the same locality as the victim.“Our priority is the health of the girl, who is in a serious condition. Once her condition improves, we will record her statement following which the motive of the attack can be clearly ascertained,” said S Chinappa, Kheri superintendent of police.A few days ago, a minor girl was stabbed to death by her alleged stalker in Balia while she was on her way to school.

Minor girl raped in Delhi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A eight-year-old girl was allegedly raped by an unidentified man in east Delhi’s Ganesh Nagar, the police said today. The girl was playing outside her home yesterday evening when the accused took her with him on the pretext of giving her a chocolate, the police said. He took her to an isolated place where he allegedly raped her after threatening her of dire consequences, they added. The accused later managed to escape from the spot after leaving the victim behind. The girl returned to her house and informed her parents about the incident, who then approached the police.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Woman set on fire by in-laws dies; 3 arrested

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 24-year-old woman who was allegedly set on fire by her in-laws at their house in Vikaspuri of west Delhi, died at a hospital today, following which three persons, including her husband, were arrested, the police said. On receiving a PCR call yesterday about a woman being set ablaze, a police team rushed to the spot and took the woman, who has suffered burn injuries, to Safdarjung hospital, a police officer said. She died during treatment at the hospital today, DCP (West) Vijay Kumar said. “Statement of the woman was recorded at the hospital in which she alleged that she was set on fire by her husband and in-laws,” the officer said, adding the victim claimed the incident took place when she had gone to her in-law’s place to collect her son’s clothes. The woman was married to Gurcharan Singh in 2012. A case has been registered at Vikaspuri police station and the victim’s husband, her father-in-law Rawel Singh(62), and brother-in-law Prabhjot Singh (25) have been arrested, the DCP said. The victim’s relatives alleged that there were “regular” demands of dowry from her in-laws. A few days ago, her in-laws had demanded Rs 10 lakh, and when it was not met they forced her out of their house, the police said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Man held for killing neighbour

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 35-year-old man from Dombivli here was arrested for allegedly killing his neighbour over a petty issue, police said today. The incident took place near the victim’s house in Ayregaon locality in Kopar, Dombivli last morning and accused Ravindra Masurkar was apprehended on the same day, Thane Police PRO, Sukhada Narkar said. Victim Sunanda Lokhare (45) and Masurkar lived in the same chawl, Narkar said, adding that a scuffle broke out after Masurkar threw garbage at the victim’s door step. According to Lokhare’s daughter, when she and her mother confronted Masurkar over his behaviour, he got annoyed and began abusing them. He then went to his house to fetch an iron rod and hit Lokhare on the head, killing her on the spot. A complaint was by the victim’s daughter, following which the accused was arrested, added Narkar.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Man disabled in road accident gets Rs 24 lakh compensation

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A motorcyclist who suffered 75 per cent disability in his left leg after being hit by a vehicle has been awarded compensation of more than Rs 24 lakh by the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT). Mohd Amir was hit by a Tata Sumo on Republic Day last year when he was riding his motorcycle with two pillion riders on the DND road here. MACT Presiding Officer Rajeev Bansal directed National Insurance Company Ltd, insurer of the Tata Sumo, to pay Amir Rs 24,35,816. “As the claimant (Amir) has suffered 75 per cent permanent physical impairment in relation to his left lower limb, he would have undergone mental and physical shock,” the tribunal said in its recent order. Deciding the petition in his favour, it relied on documents submitted on record, including the FIR, charge- sheet, medical report and mechanical inspection report of the vehicle. It also rejected the contention of the insurance company that the victim was guilty of contributory negligence as he was carrying two pillion riders on the bike. “Triple riding by itself does not raise the presumption that a person driving a motorcycle with two persons on pillion is rash or negligent or his triple riding contributes to the cause of the accident. A person having two persons on the pillion can still drive a motorcycle in a proper way,” the tribunal said. It said there was no evidence that the accident was caused due to two riders behind the victim. “So, unless it is proved that the person who was having two persons on the pillion of his motorcycle had contributed in any manner to the cause of the accident, it cannot be said to be a case of contributory negligence,” it said. According to the petition, Amir was riding a bike with two persons sitting behind him on the afternoon of January 26, 2016. When he reached the Sarai Kale Khan-DND flyway loop, a Tata Sumo, driven in a negligent manner, hit the bike. Though all three fell, the victim was grievously injured. During the proceedings, the driver of the vehicle and the insurance company denied the allegations and blamed the victim for contributory negligence.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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Former Manipur minister’s son dies after falling from terrace, kin alleges foul play

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 19-year-old son of Manipur’s former home minister died after allegedly falling from the terrace of a restaurant in south Delhi’s Hauz Khas Village, on Saturday evening. The police has registered a case as the family of the victim has alleged foul play.The deceased has been identified as Sidharth, the son of Manipur’s former home and education minister M Okendru, and lived in Safdarjung Development Area. Sidharth had recently come to Delhi for higher education, after completing his schooling.According to the police, around 4.10 pm a PCR call was received that a boy has fallen down from the terrace of a restaurant. Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) south, Chinmoy Biswal said that when a police team was rushed to the spot, they were told that the injured had been taken to a hospital nearby.”During inspection of the spot, some pots were found broken at back side of building no 28 Hauz Khas Village. On searching the terrace of the building, some items like purse, phone and eye glass of the victim were found lying there but no eye witness could be found at the spot,” the officer said.Meanwhile the police received information that the victim has succumbed to his injuries, during treatment.The officer also said that Sidharth’s sister, who lived with him in the nearby Safdarjung Development Area, smelled suspicion claiming that her brother cannot commit suicide and has alleged foul play in his death, after which a crime and forensics team was rushed to the spot and a case was registered under IPC section 304 (Punishment for culpable homicide not amounting to murder). “The matter is being probed from all the possible angles. We are probing if it was an accidental fall or he was pushed off the terrace. CCTV footages from the vicinity are also being checked and the victim’s friends and family members are being questioned to know more,” police said.

Police hunt for man who raped, impregnated 15-yr-old girl in

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Police today said it had launched a hunt for a man who allegedly raped and impregnated a 15-year-old girl here. The victim said that she had been raped for several months by the accused, Manoj (28), the police said. A case of rape was registered against the accused in Jaitipur police station in the district yesterday. The incident came to light when the girl was five months pregnant, Superintendent of Police K B Singh said. The girl’s parents approached the police after a village Panchyat asked the accused to pay Rs 50,000 to the victim. The accused was on the run. A manhunt has been initiated to nab him, police added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Vile Parle man duped of Rs 3 lakh, job racket busted

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Vile Parle police busted an online job fraud racket when they nabbed five persons from Delhi on Friday. The group used to be on the lookout for youngsters seeking jobs and would pose as employers from reputed airline companies.While explaining the modus operandi of the gang, the police said, the gang would target people who posted their resumes on online job portals. The police said that with the same modus operandi the accused had recently duped a Vile Parle-based man of Rs 3 lakh on the pretext of giving him a job in Jet Airways.According to the police, the victim, Dhaval Patil, had posted his resume on a job portal and had received an email purportedly from the airline company offering him a job. Following which the victim received a call within few hours from an ‘HR executive’ who told him that he has been selected for the first round of the interview and will have to pay a certain amount as a procedural fee. After paying the fees, the accused lured the victim for several new offers, job position and salary package and manage to siphon off money from him.”We tracked them to Noida and have nabbed them. We are still on the lookout for the mastermind behind the racket,” said a police officer from Vile Parle police station. Cyber expert Shubham Singh said,”There are several fake emails that fraudsters use to target their potential victim. However, the victims should be alert and verify it with the company’s website and then only communicate.”

Meerut: Eight-year-old raped in school premises

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An eight-year-old girl was brutally raped by unidentified men at her school in Meerut.This incident happened at the Daffodil Public School located in the Floor Bag Colony in Meerut.According to the victim’s mother the child is studying in Std. IV and had gone to the washroom when the school got over.The mother said that the girl reached home crying citing stomachache and revealed that when she went to the washroom, someone shut the door and ‘behaved badly with her.’After listening to her daughter, the mother claims she checked her clothes that were drenched in blood.It was then when the victim was taken to the doctor, the whole incident was disclosed.The family rushed to the principal of the school informing him about the incident.The principal on the other hand, allegedly tried to elude the whole matter, due to which the family got furious and beat up the principal and destroyed school property.Following this, policemen were deployed outside the school.The victim’s family alleged that the principal knew about the incident since there are CCTV cameras put up in the premises, but the school authorities are not giving them access to it.

Woman security guard found dead; live-in partner under cloud

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Body of a 26-year-old woman security guard was found at her house in west Delhi’s Inderpuri area on Rakshabandhan, police said today. According to the police, the woman, a native of West Bengal, worked at PVR Plaza in Connaught Place. Her live-in partner is the prime suspect in the case, they said. The victim had introduced the accused to her tenant as her husband. But it was later found that she had been separated with two kids. The children were staying with her ex-husband, a police officer said. The woman and the accused were staying at the rented accommodation in Inderpuri since the past three months, he said. The officer said the accused had left yesterday for his hometown Raebareli in Uttar Pradesh for celebrating Rakshabandhan. The police said the body was discovered by a colleague of the victim. The colleague turned up at the victim’s house after she failed to report to work and her phone went unanswered, they said. The officer said the house had not been ransacked and there were no external injury marks on her body. Prima facie, it appeared that she was not sexually assaulted, he said. The police suspect that the woman was smothered. Her parents have been informed and after they arrive here, the postmortem examination will be carried out.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Haryana stalking case: Chandigarh SSP denies ‘political pressure’ in investigation

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On Tuesday, Eish Singhal, SSP Chandigarh denied that the police were under any political pressure in the investigation regarding a stalking case involving the Haryana BJP president’s son. Speaking at a press conference, he requested the press not to make it a ‘media trial’ and said that investigation was underway. However, he evaded questions about ‘non-functional CCTV cameras’. Eish Singhal said: “We are carrying out technical analysis of the CCTV cameras identified along the route. Not accessed any footage as of now. It has just been three days of investigation.” He added: “Request media not to make it a media trial. We are carrying out the investigation. We are not under any kind of pressure.”Singhal however remained silent on the question about non-functional CCTV cameras and only said that a technical analysis was underway. He said: “Cannot comment on how much time will it take to get the analysis done.”
ALSO READ Haryana stalking case: State BJP VP issues clarification after outrage over his comment The SSP added: “We have re-constructed the complete scene of crime.” Earlier, the victim’s father, a senior Haryana IAS officer who had taken to the social media to urge people to fight crime against women, told reporters that he had full faith in the system and was grateful to Chandigarh police for “saving” his daughter’s life. He said he had requested the Home Department immediately after the FIR was lodged that care be taken to secure the CCTV footage.
ALSO READ Lucky I wasn’t raped and murdered: Read Haryana IAS officer’s daughter’s harrowing tale He also said that “unless somebody from the family (of the accused) is trying to sabotage the investigations and the prosecution, they are not involved in this, we are very clear.We do not hold the family responsible in any way.” His response came as the opposition stepped up demand for resignation of BJP state chief Subhash Barala and criticised the Chandigarh police for not charging his son with kidnapping in the incident. Meanwhile, Kirron Kher, the MP from Chandigarh, rubbished claims that the accused were booked under lenient provisions as one of them is related to the state BJP leader.
ALSO READ Haryana Girl Stalking Case: BJP MP demands Subhash Barala’s resignation; Subramanian Swamy to file PIL”The police are under no political pressure, this is absolutely baseless. The Chandigarh police are doing their job as any professional force does,” she said “During police investigation if something else comes up, I am sure police will follow through,” Kher said. The MP said that security will be further strengthened in the city so that such incidents are not repeated Asked about reported allegations that CCTV footage was missing, Kher said, “these people who are saying about footage going missing are making wild allegations.”The police have assured the victim and her family that wherever CCTV cameras are installed and any footage that the cameras would have captured is going to be kept secure.” Assuring the victim and her family that justice would be done, Kher said, “As a mother, I can understand the sentiments of the victim’s family at this time. Whatever is legal and correct in this case, will be done.”With inputs from PTI

Stalking case: No political pressure on Chandigarh police:

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>BJP MP Kirron Kher today said Chandigarh police was not facing any political pressure in the woman stalking incident, in which the Haryana BJP chief’s son and one more person have been booked, and assured the victim and her family that justice would be done. She lamented that certain “wild allegations” like the one on CCTV footage going missing were being made and stressed that the law would take its course. The victim’s father, a senior Haryana IAS officer who had taken to the social media to urge people to fight crime against women, told reporters that he had full faith in the system and was grateful to Chandigarh police for “saving” his daughter’s life. He said he had requested the Home Department immediately after the FIR was lodged that care be taken to secure the CCTV footage. He also said that “unless somebody from the family (of the accused) is trying to sabotage the investigations and the prosecution, they are not involved in this, we are very clear. We do not hold the family responsible in any way.” His response came as the opposition stepped up demand for resignation of BJP state chief Subhash Barala and criticised the Chandigarh police for not charging his son with kidnapping in the incident. Kher, the MP from Chandigarh, today rubbished claims that the accused were booked under lenient provisions as one of them is related to the state BJP leader. “The police are under no political pressure, this is absolutely baseless. The Chandigarh police are doing their job as any professional force does,” she said “During police investigation if something else comes up, I am sure police will follow through,” Kher said. The MP said that security will be further strengthened in the city so that such incidents are not repeated. Asked about reported allegations that CCTV footage was missing, Kher said, “these people who are saying about footage going missing are making wild allegations. “The police have assured the victim and her family that wherever CCTV cameras are installed and any footage that the cameras would have captured is going to be kept secure.” Assuring the victim and her family that justice would be done, Kher said, “As a mother, I can understand the sentiments of the victim’s family at this time. Whatever is legal and correct in this case, will be done.” BJP leader Ramveer Bhatti stokes controversy ——————————————— Meanwhile, Chandigarh BJP Vice President Ramveer Bhatti drew flak for his reported controversial remarks on the incident. Asked about a section of media quoting him as saying that girls and women should not go out alone at midnight, Bhatti said, “What I meant to convey is that it is the responsibility of parents to watch over their children and their activities.” “It is a general statement and not directed at the victim. I am saying, be it a boy or a girl, parents should be watching what they are doing. I am not saying that girls should be confined to their homes,” he said. He described the stalking incident as “unfortunate and shameful”. “It is a shameful incident. Whatever happened is unfortunate,” Bhatti said. Bhatti also attacked the Congress leaders, saying why did they remain “silent” in the rape and murder case involving a minor at Kotkhai in Himachal Pradesh. “See their insensitivity… I am saying that such incidents, wherever these may take place in the country, are highly condemnable,” Bhatti said. However, Bhatti’s reported statement that girls should not step out during the night alone did not go down well with his own party colleague Kher. “I think this is a very unfortunate statement, which reflects the mindset of many men in this country. I think that Bhatti should have exercised restraint and not made this comment,” Kher said. “There are many young girls and women who work late, they work in hospitals as nurses, at call centres, various other places or go out to watch a movie, go to friend’s houses, we have to provide them security and safety. We can’t put the blame on them why they were out at night, whether it’s a boy or a girl, both have equal rights”. Barala’s son Vikas(23) and Ashish Kumar (27) were earlier arrested for allegedly stalking the woman here. However, both the accused were released later on bail as they were booked under bailable sections of the IPC and the Motor Vehicles Act. The incident had come to light when the woman, around 28 years of age, called up the police on Friday night, complaining that two youth were chasing her along a stretch of over five kilometre from Chandigarh right up to a point in the Union Territory, which is adjoining Haryana’s border. Stalking victim, her father vow to continue fight ————————————————- The victim, who has been interacting with the media after the incident, today said that had she not been the daughter of an IAS officer, things could have ended differently. “If I had been a village girl, probably I would not have the resources to fight these guys,” she said. However, she also said, “If we (being daughter of IAS officer) don’t do it (pursue the case), then who will. Like with my father and his post, if we are not going to do this (pursue the case), then how can we expect others to raise their voices,” she said. At the same time, she also said, “But I have the power of people behind me, never before in my life have I felt so much support.” The victim’s father said he had full faith in the investigations. “In all honesty, I must say Chandigarh police have actually saved my daughter’s life and I am grateful for that. “I have faith in the system and law of this land and I must say that my daughter is alive today because the system works. If the Chandigarh police system of helping out women in distress did not work, it is quite possible that she might not have been alive today,” he said. The IAS officer said that it was an issue of safety of a daughter. “Had it been a daughter of a labourer being stalked by some petty criminals, will the offence become any less. They are as much citizens of this country as I am or as that boy is,” the victim’s father told the media. The IAS officer said that Chandigarh police are carrying out their investigations. “Wherever I have any concerns, I actually expressed these to the police authorities and they have assured me that they will do the needful. I had requested the Home Department immediately after the FIR was lodged that care be taken to secure CCTV footage,” he said. On the opposition demand that the Haryana BJP chief should resign as he can influence the investigation, the IAS officer said, “I am very clear that both the accused are young men, they are law students and they are fully aware of the consequences of their action. I do not hold their family responsible for their action.” About Bhatti reported controversial remark, the woman’s father said, “that kind of statement is outrageous, but I do not want to join any political debate of any kind, I am an administrator, I am a bureaucrat, I do not want to join the debate. “At the same time, I want to say that every daughter in the country has the right to live as free and equal citizen and I absolutely stand by that right. There is no way I can support anyone who say that girls should not step out at this time or that time. They have every right to carry out any lawful activity like any other citizen,” he said. The victim’s father had taken to the social media and urged people to fight crime against women while sharing the ordeal his family had gone through due to the stalking incident.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Schoolgirl rape and murder: NCW member demands security for

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>National Commission for Women (NCW) member Sushma Sahu today said she has urged the Himachal Pradesh government to provide security to the family of the schoolgirl who was allegedly raped and murdered here. The NCW member, who visited the victim’s family yesterday, alleged “tardy” investigations in the case. “I have requested the government to provide security and financial help to the family, and also ensure that the victim’s brother can go to the school without any fear,” she told reporters here.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Youths force man to drink acid after fight

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In another case of sudden provocation, following an argument over buying dairy products from a shop in southeast Delhi’s Sangam Vihar, a group of youths forced acid down a shop owner’s throat. Police said that the condition of the man remained critical till Thursday and that he has been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of a hospital.The incident came to light on Tuesday, when police got a call from a hospital reporting that a man has been forced to drink some chemical, leaving him critical. Senior police officers who reached the hospital, were told by the victim’s family members that a day before the victim, identified as Yogesh, had a fight with three men who had barged into his shop.“As told by the victim’s family, three men, one of them known to the victim, had arrived at the shop to buy some dairy product. When Yogesh informed them about the unavailability of the item, they stepped inside and started ransacking the shop. On this Yogesh warned them and called help from the neighbourhood, after which the men fled,” said a senior police officer.Family members said that the youths returned on Wednesday around 11 pm and picked a fight with Yogesh, after which they took out an acid bottle and forced him to drink that, leaving him critical on the spot. As Yogesh sustained severe burns in neck and face, he cried for help, after which locals gathered on the spot and he was rushed to a hospital. It was the hospital staff which then informed the police about the incident.DCP southeast, Romil Baaniya said that initially police got a call from Majedia hospital but the victim was referred to AIIMS. “One of the accused has been identified as Golu, a resident of Sangam Vihar. A case has been registered under IPC section 326A for throwing acid and other relevant sections. The matter is being probed and accused are being traced. The liquid used by the miscreants has also been sent to forensics lab to get it tested,” he said.

Hostel manager accused of raping student in Kota

The girl, a native from Maharashtra, approached the police station and lodged a case of rape against her hostel manager identified as Pradeep Kumar Suman, 30, of Bihar <!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 17-year old coaching student from Maharashtra, taking coaching for NEET in a premier coaching institute of the city for last two years was allegedly repeatedly raped by the manager of her hostel in Indira Vihar area under Jawahar Nagar police station. The victim, two days ago, approached the police station and lodged a case of rape against the accused manager. The accused hostel manager was booked under sections of IPC and POCSO Act and was on Wednesday afternoon produced before the court that handed him over to the police for one day remand.The girl, a native from Maharashtra, approached the police station on Monday and lodged a case of rape against her hostel manager identified as Pradeep Kumar Suman, 30, a resident of Bihar, said Circle Incharge (CI), Jawahar Nagar police station, Neeraj Gupta. The accused forced the victim to make physical relations with him in hostel room and later continuously repeated the crime, the CI said while adding that on protest by the girl the accused threatened her of dire consequences. The victim eventually filed a report in this connection against him.The accused manager was booked under section 376 of IPC and sections of POCSO Act and was arrested on Tuesday and produced before the court on Wednesday which sent him to police remand.The accused had been running hostel on lease in Kota for years, the SHO added. Medical examination of the victim was carried and further investigation into the matter is under way. THE CASEThe girl, a native from Maharashtra, approached the police station and lodged a case of rape against her hostel manager identified as Pradeep Kumar Suman, 30, of Bihar.
The accused forced the victim to make physical relations with him in hostel room

Woman gang-raped and attacked with acid, three held

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 32-year-old married woman was allegedly raped by two men at her residence in Kalwa township here, police said today. The incident took place late last evening and four accomplices of the accused helped them in committing the crime, they said. After the incident, the accused allegedly threw acid at the woman before leaving the place, police said. Three of the accused were arrested late last night, police said. According to police, the arrested accused were identified as Gopal Shankar (28), Shanku Hussain (23) and Rangappa Batkai (25). Three others- Shirsappa, Venkatesh Patel and Ashpar Ramul- were still at large. The victim stays with her husband and three children. Yesterday, her husband was out of the town for some work when the accused stormed into their house, a police officer said. “While four of the six accused pinned the victim down, two others took turns to rape her. They committed the act in front her minor children. Before leaving the place, the accused also threw acid at her, in which she suffered burn injuries,” the officer said. The victim was currently undergoing treatment at a hospital, he said. Police suspect that there could could have been enmity between the accused and the victim’s husband. The six accused have been booked under IPC sections 376(d) (gangrape), 326(a) (voluntarily causing grievous hurt by use of acid), 452 (house-trespass after preparation for hurt, assault or wrongful restraint), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and and 506 (criminal intimidation). Further investigation was on.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Suspecting extra-marital affair, man kills pregnant wife

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 22-year-old pregnant woman was allegedly strangulated to death by her husband in northwest Delhi’s Jahangirpuri on the suspicion that she has involved in an extra-marital affair, the police said today. Simran lived with her husband Aashupal and their daughter in a rented accommodation. According to the victim’s brother, yesterday morning, when Simran was not picking up his calls, he reached her house but found Aashupal locking the door on the pretext of going to the market, a senior police official said. Simran’s husband told her brother that she was sleeping since she was unwell. He kept calling up sister but she did not respond. Suspecting that something was amiss, he broke open the door of her house and found the body, the police official said, adding Aashupal had sent his daughter to her grandmother’s place. “The victim’s brother yesterday informed the police that his sister was found dead in her home following which policemen reached the spot and recovered the body,” the official said. Simran was strangulated by her husband as he suspected her of being in an extra-marital affair, the police official said, adding a manhunt has been launched to nab the absconding husband.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Children help woman nab her molester in Tuglakabad

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Children playing in a nearby park came to the rescue of a woman as they helped in nabbing a man who was convicted by a Delhi court for outraging the modesty of the victim.Metropolitan Magistrate Chetna Singh sentenced 45-year-old Sonpal for outraging the modesty of the complainant by doing an obscene act in a public place.The incident took place on June 5, 2013 when the victim, Rakhi, was waiting for a bus at the Kaya Maya Bus Stand in Tuglakabad to go to her mother’s place in Faridabad. While she was over a call with her mother, the accused called her and made a few gestures from his car.Assuming that it is some known person, she walked towards the car. When she reached near the car, the driver tried to pull her inside the car forcefully and said ‘aaja janeman’ following which she started shouting for help. Some children playing in the nearby park heard her voice and came at the spot. While one of the children went to the police station near the bus stop to inform the cops, others kept a vigil on the accused.Sonpal was arrested after interrogation by the police and put to trial after he pleaded not guilty.The court held that the testimony of the victim is sufficient to prove the case as she is the main witness. Also her testimony was supported by other documents placed on record by the prosecution which include the original statement, rukka, site plan, arrest memo to name a few.The court also observed that in her testimony, the victim has consistently deposed the sequence of events and also withstood the test of cross-examination.”The witness has withstood the test of cross examination as well as the rigors of lapses of memory which are naturally possible in such matters in which her testimony was recorded after three long years of the incident. Despite the delay in recording of her testimony, she consistently deposed as regards the sequence of events and withstood the test of examination.”It has been proved that the accused forcibly pulled the complainant towards himself by pulling her hand and made an obscene gesture and uttered words to outrage her modesty. Thus, the essential ingredients required to bring home the guilt of the accused U/s 354/509 IPC have been fulfilled,” the judge said in its order dated July 13.The judge sentenced Sonpal to a period already undergone in custody considering that his age and on arguments that he was the sole bread earner in his family.

Barber gets 10 yrs in jail for sodomising minor

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A Delhi court has sentenced a man to 10 years of imprisonment for committing penetrative sexual assault upon a mentally weak child.Additional Sessions Judge Ashwani Kumar Sarpal also imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 on Dinesh, a barber, for sexually assaulting the child studying in fifth standard in Seelampur area.According to the complaint made by the victim’s father, his son had told him that the accused had committed galat kaam with him at several occasions and had also threatened him that he would be handed over to the police if he disclosed this to anyone.Following the complaint, an FIR was registered in this regard and the accused was arrested. The victim had informed the court about the assault.The court held that the mental condition of the victim was weak at the time of commission of offence as the victim preferred to tell about the conduct to a doctor rather than his parents.The school authorities and the teachers also deposed that the victim was having an Intelligence Quotient below his age and had the mentality of a class II student.“From the statement of the victim, it is fully proved that the accused had committed unnatural sex with him. The act of the accused is fully covered within the definition and purview of penetrative sexual assault as defined under section 3 of the POCSO Act,” the court said.The court also directed to Delhi State Legal Services Authority East to pay a compensation of Rs 50,000 to the minor.The accused, however, said that he was falsely being implicated in the case.WHAT COURT SAIDAs per the accused the victim used to throw the belongings in his shop and had created mischief.
The court held that even if the boy had thrown things, the accused did not have license to commit crime.

Dried tears aides court to bring justice in rape case

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Dindoshi sessions court while deciding on the bail application filed by a 26-year-old man, accused of raping a minor, has rejected his claim of the victim being a major, and that she had enjoyed the act, thus denying bail to him. The court has relied on the forensic science laboratory reports which shows old tears on the victim’s dupatta, which was seized after the offence. The reports point out that the girl was in pain when the accused was committing the dastardly act.A case was registered with the Kandivali police in April 2015, when the accused Babulal Yadav, a mechanic by profession, allegedly raped the child.The court’s order copy reads, “I have also gone through the school leaving certificate of the victim which shows that her birth date is January 10, 2004. I have also gone through the Medical Certificate which shows the history of sexual assault. The accused had abducted the child, took her to Manori on bike and forcefully committed sexual intercourse on her against her will. The dupatta which covered her face shows old tears. The girl while recording statement has specified that though she had a severe stomach ache, but she did not narrate the incident to anyone as the accused had threatened her.”

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