Crime file: Class XI student found dead near railway track

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Class XI student found dead near railway track
Ghaziabad: A 16-year-old boy was found dead near a railway track in Gyani border area of Sahibabad in the district, with parents alleging it to be a case of murder.
A class XI student, Gaurav went missing after he left for school on Friday morning and did not return, a senior police officer said, adding that his body was recovered late last night by a passerby who later informed the police.
According to the police, prima facie evidence and injury marks on the minor's body indicate that he died after falling off a moving train, but the victim's kin suspect foul play.
The minor's father Ameen, a resident of Vijay Nagar area and works with the state Sales Tax department, has registered a complaint of murder at the Sahibabad police station.
He had also filed a missing complaint of his son at Vijay Nagar police station.
"On parents' complaint, police is interrogating Gaurav's friends, teachers and neighbours to get leads in the case," the officer added. 
Next: Mason kills kids, ends life

Mason kills kids, ends life
Khammam: Unable to deal with family problems, a mason poisoned his three children before consuming it himself at Yellandu town in Khammam late on Friday night.
Barring the youngest child, all of them died.
The mason has been identified as Sambamurthy, 32, a resident of Station Basti. It is learnt that Sambamurthy’s wife Dharmavathi has been living separately since the past two months, after almost 10 years of marriage.
Depressed, Sambamurthy tried to end his life after taking the lives of his kids by giving them carbonated soft drink laced with insecticide.
Neighbours rushed them to the government hospital and later to Khammam. Sanjay Kumar, 9, and Manikanta, 6, and Sambamurthy died while undergoing treatment. The condition of Nani, the four-year-old child is said to be critical.
Next: Sex racket busted: 11 Ugandans rescued

Sex racket busted: 11 Ugandans rescued
Bengaluru: In a joint operation, sleuths of the Women and Narcotics wing of the Central Crime Branch (CCB) and Bagaluru police raided a hi-tech prostitution den and rescued eleven women from Uganda.
They also arrested two pimps, who were  responsible for forcing women from the African nation into prostitution .
The police said that the accused  contacted customers over the internet to avoid detection. All the rescued women, except one, failed to produce valid passports and visas, the police said.
The police have identified the pimps as Brian Albert (23) and Kawuta Micheal (23), both nationals of Uganda.
Acting on a tip-off, the police raided a house on Srinivasapura Road and rescued the women. The two accused, who have been arrested, allegedly lured the women with a promise of jobs in the city, and later forced them intothe flesh trade.
Seven mobile phones, Rs 3000 in cash, liquor bottles worth nearly Rs 1.25 lakh and a laptop were seized, the police said. A case has been registered with Bagaluru police.
Next: Ex-editor held for lewd SMS

Ex-editor held for lewd SMS
Visakhapatnam: Former editor of a local vernacular evening newspaper was arrested by sleuths of cyber crime investigation cell on Saturday for sending abusive SMSes and making lewd phone calls to women.
Additional deputy commissioner of police Md Khan told reporters here on Saturday that K. Satish Kumar, 36, a resident of Chinabazaar in Srikakulam town, joined as an editor at Nijam evening daily at Srikakulam and gathered information about women. He targeted some women political leaders and government employees. and began sending obscene SMSes to them.
Police said most of the victims remained silent for nearly a year considering it a prestigious issue and that it would reflect their character.
However, a 49-year-old woman, a resident of Akkayyapalem area in the city, lodged a complaint in IV Town police station, a week ago stating that she has been receiving lewd SMSes from a mobile phone.
Subsequently, the case was transferred to CCIC in the city. Khan said Satish Kumar was a psychopath. After consuming alcohol, he starts behaving strangely and sends abusive SMSes to women, the police officer said.
Based on the mobile tower location, cops arrested Kumar near Dwaraka Bus station in the city and seized a Nokia mobile phone and some SIM cards from him.
Next: Married woman commits suicide

Married woman commits suicide
C.S. Puram (Prakasam): A married woman, identified as Sarada, committed suicide by  setting herself on fire at her relatives’ house in Nallamadugula village of CS Puram mandal on Saturday.
Sarada, under pressure from her parents, had married one Narayana against her wishes about two months ago. But she was unhappy.
Fifteen days ago she came to her uncle’s place. On Saturday, whennobody was home, she ended her life.
Next: Five red sander smugglers held

Five red sander smugglers held
Nellore: Five red sanders smugglers were held while they were cutting trees at Middebodi in Gudigunta forest area.
According to Atmakur forest range officer Yogaiah, a team from the forest officials stumbled upon a seven-member gang cutting trees at around 5  am on Saturday. While they managed to arrest five members of the gang, two others escaped.
The arrested were produced in Atmakur court and they have been sent to remand till August 16.
The accused were identified as Soma Srinivasulu Reddy, Viruvuru Narasaiah, Vallur  Gopal, Kayala Ramanaiah and Kambapati Raja.
Next: Two nabbed with fake vehicle parts

Two nabbed with fake vehicle parts
Hyderabad: City police on Saturday raided an automobile product shop at Ramkote, and arrested two people for selling duplicate automobile spare parts of reputed companies.
Cops seized duplicate products worth 2.5 lakh from the accused. The arrested were identified as Alok Kumar, 35, the owner of the shop, Ambika Agencies, from Ramanthapur, L. Srinivas, 40, from Amberpet.
“We have seized automobile products of brands like Hero, TVS, Bajaj, and Hero Honda.
They bought the fake products from other businessmen for cheap prices and sold them for higher prices after pasting famous brands’ labels on them,” Additional DCP of commissioner Task Force Rameshaiah said.
Next: Former Telugu daily editor arrested

Former Telugu daily editor arrested
Visakhapatnam: Former editor of a local vernacular evening newspaper was arrested by city cops of cyber crime investigation cell for sending abusive SMSes and making unwanted calls to women.
Additional deputy commissioner of police Md. Khan told that K. Sathish Kumar, 36, resident of Chinabazaar in Srikakulam town, worked as an editor of Nijam evening daily at Srikakulam and used to gather information about rich women.
Sathish targeted some women political leaders and government employees and started sending abusive SMSes.
Police, said most of the victims remained silent for some times. However, a 49-year-old woman from Akkayyapalem area lodged a complaint at IV Town police station, stating that she has been receiving abusive SMSes from a mobile phone; subsequently the case was transferred to CCIC in the city. Khan said that Sathish is a psychopath and behaves differently after consuming alcohol and sends abusive SMSes to women.
Based on the mobile tower location, cops arrested Sathish near Dwaraka bus station of the city on Saturday and seized a Nokia mobile phone and some SIM cards from Kumar.
Next: Ex-army man’s land grabbed

Ex-army man’s land grabbed
Amar Tejaswi | DC
Hyderabad: Land sharks across the state are not just gobbling up prime government land, they are also not sparing the private land bought by the war veterans.
For instance, a 1971 Bangladesh war veteran, is the land sharks’ latest victim.
Lt. Col. A.R. Raju (retd.), a city-based retired Army officer, has alleged that the land mafia has illegally occupied a piece of land he had bought in Shabaad mandal in Ranga Reddy district.
He also alleged that those who grabbed his land are carrying out illegal business in collusion with the revenue officials and local politicians.
“When I complained to the revenue officials against a local land mafia who grabbed my land they strongly defended him saying somebody else might have encroached upon it,” said Raju.
According to him, he was awarded eight acres of land in Chandanvalle village, but later the government imposed a blanket ban on land allotment to ex-servicemen.
Raju said he moved the High Court, which upheld the allotment but asked him to buy the land. “I bought the land, but have been denied possession ever since,” he said.
According to the retired Army official, he made the complaint to at least 10 officials in Ranga Reddy besides approaching the offices of the Prime Minister and Chief Minister, but to no avail.
The retired Army official also alleged that his attempt to get his land surveyed was also thwarted by the local villagers at the instance of the former sarpanch and his son.
“I believe revenue officials have sold my land to some other person who has fenced the boundaries of the land and also drilled in a borewell there,” Raju said.
Ranga Reddy district administration had, in 2012, asked for an enquiry report from the local tahsildar, but no report seems to have been submitted yet, he alleged.
Shabaad tahsildar Yadaiah said: “The entire village is government land. If you leave land without taking its physical possession, so-mebody will forcibly occupy it.”
He said, “The Army official had been assured that he would be allotted another tract of land in the village.”
Next: Man held with deadly weapons

Man held with deadly weapons
Salem: The special investigation division (SID) officers probing the murder of ‘Auditor’ Ramesh, the BJP’s state general secretary, arrested a person for possessing deadly weapons near Salem Mulwadi railway gate here on Friday night.
The police said when the team was searching for the accused in the Ramesh case, they came across Shahjahan (38), who had deadly weapons, all knives, with him.
The SIT officials were probing whether there is any connection for local rowdies in the murder case.
The police said they had filed a case and remanded Shahjahan in judicial custody. The arrested was lodged in the central prison in Salem.
Next: Man detained  under Goondas Act

Man detained  under Goondas Act
Cuddalore: Collector R. Kirlosh Kumar has ordered the detention of K. Habib Rahman, 27, a notorious rice smuggler, under the Prevention of Black Marketing and Maintenance of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act.
Sources said Habib Rahman, a native of Madukarai, in Puducherry, was involved in smuggling of rice meant for supply under the public distribution system.
He was recently arrested by the CID police and lodged in the Cuddalore central prison.
Rahman had close links with another rice smuggler, Ganapathy, of Tindivanam, and had been evading arrest for a long time.
A total of 650 bags of ration rice smuggled in two lorries belonging to Rahman were impounded by the police recently.
The rice was smuggled from FCI godowns and illegally sent to the neighbouring states.
Next: Small-time crook attacked by gang

Small-time crook attacked by gang
Chennai: In what could possibly be a case of revenge, a gang attacked a small-time crook inflicting grievous injuries on him Friday night.
The victim, identified as Velu alias ‘Poochi’ Velu, a resident of T.P. Chathi­ram, runs a chit fund business and lends money to people on a short-time basis.
On Friday night, Velu, after collecting money from his customers, was drinking with his friends. A gang appeared on the scene with sickles and sharp weapons and started attacking Velu.
On information, the police arrived at the spot and rescued Velu. The police admitted him to the Rajiv Gandhi government general hospital where he his condition is stated to be critical.
Next: Thieves try to carry away  ATMs in Peenya, Double Road

Thieves try to carry away  ATMs in Peenya, Double Road
Bengaluru: Two attempts were made to lift ATMs in Rajajinagar and in Wilson Garden police limits early on Saturday morning. Unable to succeed, the gangs managed to damage the two automated teller machines.
The culprits targeted the Axis Bank ATM in Peenya Industrial Area second phase, and Indusuind Bank ATM on Double Road in Wilson Garden police limits.
At the Axis Bank ATM, a gang of three to four people  tried to steal the money  at around 2 am. “When they  could not succeed they damaged the machine and tried to make away with the cash chest. After spending some time at the ATM counter, they escaped”, the police said.
The absence of a security guard and CCTV cameras helped the miscreants to get away scot-free. DCP (North) Sandip Patil, who visited the place, said that he would call a meeting of all bank officials in his division and advise them to increase security arrangements at all ATMs.
A similar attempt was made at the Indusind Bank ATM on Double Road. The miscreants entered the room, damaged the CCTV cameras and tried to carry the machine away. A customer, who later found the mac­hine damaged, called the police.
Next: Engg student hangs self in temple

Engg student hangs self in temple
Bengaluru: A 22-year-old fifth-semester engineering student was found hanging from a tree on the premises of a temple in J.P. Nagar police limits on Saturday morning.
The police identified the deceased as Varun, son of Ravi, who was staying in Wilson Garden Layout. Varun was a fifth semester student in the electronics branch at a reputed engineering college in the city. His father, Ravi works at a clothes showroom in the city. 
Varun’s fourth semester result came out on Thursday, but he did not reveal it to his parents. Varun, who went home late on Thursday night, looked depressed and was in an inebriated state, the police said. When his parents questioned him about coming home late, Varun went into his room, and locked it from inside.
On Friday morning, he was seen doing his daily chores, but went missing later. The police said Varun might have gone to Lakshmi temple near his house in the night and hanged himself from the tree using a rope. The reason behind his suicide is yet to be ascertained, the police said.
The incident came to light on Saturday morning and the body was sent to the Bowring hospital for the postmortem. The J.P. Nagar police. have registered a case.
Next: 30-yr-old techie found hanging in new flat

30-yr-old techie found hanging in new flat
Hyderabad: A 30-year-old software engineer was found dead on Saturday under suspicious circumstances.
K. Rajesh Babu, a resident of of Deepthinagar, Madinaguda, was found hanging in his newly bought flat at Madhapur.
According to the cops, Rajesh left his office on Thursday evening, but failed to turn up at his family home in Madinaguda.
Family members told the police that they had repeatedly tried reaching Rajesh on the mobile phone, but failed.
His parents then lodged a missing person complaint at Raidurgam police station on Friday.
The body, however, was only discovered when Rajesh’s father checked out the new flat at Madhapur.
“We are yet to establish if it was a suicide. We have not found a note or any other thing that could reveal the reason for the suicide either.
Family members said that there was no strong reason for Rajesh to end his life,” said Madhapur sub-Inspector Srinivasa Rao.
Rajesh had married two years ago and, according to reports, was a well-paid employee at an MNC.
“He has a wife and a child and had recently purchased a new flat. His family had not yet moved into the new flat,” the sub-inspector said.
Srinivasa Rao also added that they were investigating if the “death of a child at birth,” was the reason behind Rajesh Babu’s suicide.
 
 
 
 

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