Crime file: 14-yr-old falls from roof, dies

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14-yr-old falls from roof, dies
Hyderabad: A Class IX student died after falling from a three-storey building near Golconda late on Sunday night. The 14-year-old boy, Syed Sadiq Ali, was playing a video-game in a shop when his father came looking for him. Not wanting to face his father, Sadiq tried to run away, but he fell from the roof-top. The boy was immediately shifted to a hospital, but was declared brought dead, Golconda police said.
Sadiq Ali, a resident of Hakim Shah Colony, was at Spirit Gaming Zone, in Adams Colony, when his father came to take him home at around 10.45 pm. “When someone told him that his father was downstairs, and was coming up to take him home, Sadiq took off. His father and the watchman of the building went after him. However, on reaching the terrace, he fell,” Syed N. Javed, Golconda inspector said.
Sadiq’s relatives said the boy was scolded for not obeying his father. He had not been home for the past eight days and was staying at his friend’s house. “His father, Rahmath Ali Khan, an autorickshaw driver, wanted him to return. On Sunday night, Rahmat came to know that Sadiq was at a gaming zone, and he went there to get the boy home,” said Sadiq's relative.
“Sadiq feared that his father would beat him if he was caught at the gaming zone. That is why he was trying to run away,”  Javed said. Police said that one of the sides of the terrace, from which the boy fell, did not have any wall. In the darkness, the boy might have missed that, suspects the police. Golconda police has booked a case under CrPc Section 174, and has started an investigation.
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Six-member gang held for murder
Hyderabad: The Langer Houz police arrested a gang of six for the murder of one Lingam Yadav on June 19 near Sai Balaji Bar, pillar number 71 of ORR.
The suspects had come on a two-wheeler, had tea with him and later attacked him with daggers and fled the spot. Lingam, who sustained severe injuries, was shifted to the Osmania General Hospital, where he died. The police arrested them based on a CCTV footage which was recorded at the bar.
The arrested are Mohd. Ibrahim, Shaik Fareed, Syed Althaf, Syed, Althaf, Afsar Ali. The police swung into action and started checking out CCTV footages, but could only identify three pe-rsons involved in the murder who were seen stabbing Lingam.
However the police, suspected that the accused might be professional killers. Cops said that Lingam Yadhav was invol-ved in two murders himself. He was also the mediator for Ibrahim. There was a move to murder Krishna Yadhav, a resident of Chandanagar. After the murder, Nagaraj gave Rs 5 lakh to Lingam to give to Ibrahim, but Lingam used up the amount himself.
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Girl felt humiliated
Guntur: According to the police, three Class X boys had a grudge against a girl student. When she was out of the classroom, one of the students urinated into her water bottle. She dra-nk what she thought was the water and vomited. Apparently the other students found this funny and laughed at her.
The humiliated girl told her parents when she reached home and the parents informed the school headmistress. She assured them she would take action but when she did nothing, the parents leaked the matter to the media and it was reported by a TV channel.
Guntur urban district superintendent of police A. Ravi Krishana directed that an inquiry be conducted. Municipal commissioner K. Venkateswa-rulu, additional commissioner P. Srinivasulu, and police officials made in-quiries of teachers and students of the school on Monday.
The girl student has not been coming to the school for the last four days. Srinivasulu said that after conducting a preliminary inquiry, transfer certificates were given to the boys on Monday.
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Hi-tech police reception centre opened
Hyderabad: Chief Minister N. Kiran Reddy on Monday inaugurated a reception centre at the Banjara Hill police station. Equipped with hi-tech facilities, the reception centre is the first of its kind in the state, according to officials.
A pet project of the CM, 90 more such reception centres are likely to be set up in police stations across the state. The Chief Minister has sanctioned Rs 50 crore for the project.
The reception centre is equipped with hi-tech communication equipment and criminal tracking network systems.  All centres would have facilities like counselling cabins, visitors’ lounge, drinking water facility and other amenities. Other facilities include a ‘Women’s Help Desk’ and a ‘Third Eye’ which will help in getting information including callers, vehicle registration data etc.
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Three-yr-old boy kidnapped for Rs 7l ransom
Ongole: Unidentified persons kidnapped a three-year-old boy, Harshith, while he was sleeping early on Monday morning. The incident happened in Bodireddipalle village of Prakasam district.
According to cops, Chitte Venkateswara Reddy and his wife Koteswaramma were sleeping outside the house when their son was kidnapped. The kidnappers left behind a note with a cellphone number on it. 
When they woke up, the family members found the child missing.They then noticed the note and called the number. The person at the other end demanded a ransom of Rs 7 lakh for Harshith’s release. Cops have launched a manhunt and a dog squad has also been pressed into service.
Next: Former railway employee nabbed for cheating

Former railway employee nabbed for cheating
Hyderabad: A former Indian Railway Traffic Service official was arrested for cheating two city-based businessmen to the tune of Rs 1.32 crore on Monday. Tukaram Gate police arrested Soumya Ranjan Mohapatra, 55, from Chennai Airport when he returned from Singapore.
Mohapatra had convinced the two businessmen that he had an iron-export firm and got them to invest Rs 1.32 crore. “He went absconding after that,” said inspector B. Sudershan Reddy.
 

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