Tuesday, December 07, 2021

Crime-Justice

Rs 17 lakh stolen from ATM in Andhra

AMARAVATI:A gang of burglars looted Rs 17 lakh from an ATM in Andhra Pradesh's Kadapa town by using gas cutters, police said on Tuesday.The incident occurred on the outskirts of the town on the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday. According to police, the burglary was committed at an ATM of State Bank of India (SBI) near the KSRM Engineering College.

Man kills 3-month-old son in Delhi, arrested

NEW DELHI: In a shocking incident, a father brutally killed his 3-month-old son in the northern area of the national capital, police said here on Tuesday. The accused, identified as Ravi Rai, has been arrested.

Ex-IAF man held after 11 years of killing his first wife, 2 daughters

BENGALURU: An Indian Air Force sergeant, who killed his wife and two daughters to get married to another woman, has been arrested after 11 years by the Karnataka Police from Assam, police said on Tuesday.

Deaf-mute Delhi woman raped, blackmailed; accused arrested

NEW DELHI: A 29-year-old hearing and speech impaired woman was allegedly raped in the national capital, an official here said on Tuesday, adding that the accused has been arrested.

Apple to launch Watch SE 2 next year: Report

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple recently launched the Watch Series 7 lineup and now the company is gearing up to launch an updated version of the Watch SE, which might be named Watch SE 2.

Jacqueline Fernandez to face as many as 50 questions

NEW DELHI:Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez will have to face as many as 50 questions in connection with a Prevention of Money Laundering case lodged against multimillionaire conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. Jacqueline will record her statement as a witness. This will be another round of questioning.

Deaf-mute woman raped in Delhi'

NEW DELHI: A 'deaf and mute' woman was 'repeatedly raped' in the national capital's northeast area, an official said here on Tuesday, adding that the culprit who committed the heinous crime has been arrested.

2020 Delhi riots: First conviction handed down

NEW DELHI: In the first conviction in the riots that broke out in northeastern Delhi in February 2020, a Delhi court on Monday convicted a 25-year-old man on various charges, including ransacking and setting afire an elderly woman's house.

Two unidentified booked for snatching cash,jewellery

NURMAHAL:The Nurmahal police have booked two unidentified persons on the
charge of snatching cash and jewellery.

Nurmahal murder accused still at large even after four months

NURMAHAL:More than four months after the crime the Nurmahal police have failed
to arrest the accused murdering a local resident.

Seven villagers booked for brewing illicit liquor

NAKODAR:The Mehat Pur have booked seven villagers of Dharme Dian Chhana village on the charges of brewing illicit country made liquor.
The investing officer Sahil Chaudhary said that the accused were brewing illicit liquor in Mand area of Sutlej River near Umrewal
village .

ED Summons Jacqueline Fernandez again in PMLA case

NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate has summoned Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez in connection with a case of prevention of money laundering involving multi millionaire conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar.

Suicide attempt by MBBS student in TN, alleges ragging by seniors

CHENNAI: The police have started an investigation in the suicide attempt case of a second-year MBBS student at the Government Medical College hostel in Dharmapuri, Salem district. The student had lodged a complaint against four senior students accusing them of ragging him.

TN cop booked for sexual assault

CHENNAI: The All-Woman Police, Marthandam in Tamil Nadu have booked a case of sexual assault against a serving police inspector.

Rave party busted near Thiruvanathapuram, several held

THIRUVANATHAPURAM:An allegedly rave party being held at a resort at Poovar near the state capital was busted in a raid by the Kerala Excise Department early on Sunday, officials said.

Four booked for assaulting a woman

NAKODAR: The Nakodar sadar police have booked three persons on the charge of assaulting a woman.

1 killed, 19 injured after bus catches fire in Tanzania

DAR ES SALAAM One person was killed and 19 were injured when their bus knocked a lorry and caught fire in Tanzania's southern highlands region of Songwe, police said on Saturday.

Contractor held with unauthorised cash in J&K's Sopore

SRINAGAR: A man, who claimed to work as a contractor with the Border Security force (BSF), was held on Sunday with unauthorised cash in J&K's Sopore town.

Several killed in Nagaland in case of 'mistaken identity'

NEW DELHI:In an unfortunate incident of "mistaken identity" around a dozen people and a security personnel were killed in Mon District of Nagaland.

Sexual harassment case: K'taka HC rejects accused advocate's bail petition

BENGALURU: The Karnataka High Court has rejected the bail petition of senior advocate K.S.N. Rajesh, who has been accused of sexually harassing a law graduate at his office in Mangaluru in Dakshina Kannada district, Mangaluru Police Commissioner N. Shashikumar said on Saturday.

Pakistan hacker attacked govt computer in India to steal credentials

NEW DELHI: A Pakistani threat actor successfully socially engineered a number of ministries in Afghanistan and shared government computer in India to steal sensitive Google, Twitter, and Facebook credentials from its targets and stealthily obtained access to government portals, The Hacker News reported.

One Boko Haram militant killed in Cameroon

YAOUNDE:At least one Boko Haram militant has been killed in a repelled attack in Cameroon's Far North, according to local and security sources.

Three minors held in Delhi for attempt to murder

NEW DELHI:The police have apprehended three minors for shooting at a man in Delhi, an official said on Friday.According to the official, a call regarding a firing incident was received on November 26 at Tigri police station, following which the cops rushed to the spot.

Minor's gang-rape by 33: Maha Police file charge sheet

THANE(Maharashtra): Two months after a 15-year-old girl had lodged a complaint of blackmail and repeated gang-rape by 33 persons, including 4 juveniles, the Thane police filed its charge sheet in the sensational case, officials said on Friday.

Two firms cheat banks of Rs 70 cr, CBI lodges cases

NEW DELHI:The Central Bureau of Investigation on Friday registered a case against two private firms and its officials for allegedly cheating banks to the tune of Rs 70 crore.

5 killed, 15 injured in Philippines road accident

MANILA: At least five persons were killed and 15 others injured on Friday in an accident on a busy road in the central Philippine Cebu province, according to police, and local media reports.

Over 160 FIRs lodged, 50 arrested under Op Masoom against child pornography

4 held for murder of Kerala CPI-M worker

Thiruvananthapuram: Hours after a young CPI-M worker was murdered by a criminal gang at Peringara in Kerala's Pathanamthitta district, the police have arrested four accused.

Theft case accused loses arm in police custody; 3 cops suspended

BENGALURU: Three Karnataka Police officers have been suspended on charges of brutally assaulting a theft accused in custody, leading to the amputation of his arm, police said on Friday.

Bihar DIG suspended on extortion charges

PATNA:The Bihar government has suspended Munger range DIG Shafiul Haq following recommendation by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW), which claimed that Haq was extorting money in the name of Munger MP and national president of JD-U, Lalan Singh.

Fake antique dealer case: Kerala Police get another rebuke from HC

KOCHI:The Kerala Police has been at the receiving end each time the case of fake antique dealer Monson Mavunkal comes up in the High Court and on Thursday, it was no different, with both the Director General of Prosecution and also the Crime Branch, presently probing the case, facing a dressing down

Wanted to give expensive gift to girlfriend, says i-Phone thief

NEW DELHI: The Delhi thief who robbed a man of his i-Phone at knife-point confessed that he committed the crime as he planned to give an expensive gift to his girlfriend, police said on Thursday.

Mother son duo arrested for dowry harassment

NURMAHAL:The Nurmahal police have arrested a mother son duo for dowry harassmentThe investigating officer (IO) Mohann Lal said that the accused have been identified as Rajindar Kumar a resident of Rurrka Kalan village under Goraya police station and his mother Rajni .

Man arrested for breach of trust, cheating

SHAHKOT:The Shahkot police have arrested a man on the charges of breach of trust and cheating.The investigating officer (IO) and Talwandi Sanghera police post in-charge Bhupindar Singh said that the accused has been identified as Harjindar Singh alias Kala a resident of Raunta village.

Man arrested for illegal sand mining

SHAHKOT:The Shahkot police have arrested a person for illegal sand mining.The investigating officer (IO) Bhupindar Singh said that the accused has been identified as Gurwindar Singh alias Ginda a resident of Bau Pur village.

Unidentified booked for stealing cash, electronic goods

LOHIAN:The Lohian Khas police have booked unidentified persons on the charge of stealing cash and electronic goods from a shop .Avtar Singh a resident of Phul village complained to the police that thieves barged into his cable TV and electronic good shop in Lohian bazaar on November 30 night and stolen cash, and electronic goods .

Man gets ten-year term for intoxicant powder smuggling

NAKODAR:Jalandhar additional district and sessions judge Varun Nagpal  has sentenced a drug peddler Indar jit Singh alias Indi son of Harjindar Singh   a resident of Talwandi Salem  village to ten-year imprisonment for intoxicant powder smuggling.

TN Health Secretary escapes unhurt in road accident

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Health Secretary J. Radhakrishnan escaped unhurt when the vehicle in which he was travelling in hit a barricade and then a median near the Madurai airport on Thursday.

US school shooting: 15-year-old suspect charged as an adult

NEW DELHI:The suspect in a Michigan school shooting will face charges of terrorism and first-degree murder following a rampage that left four students dead and seven injured.

Father liable to maintain son till he becomes a major, rules SC

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has said a child should not suffer in the dispute between a husband and wife, as it held that it is responsibility of the father to maintain the son till he attains the age of majority.

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