Crime file: Cop ends life due to stomach pain; Man kills kin after wife deserts him, and more

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Cop ends life due to stomach pain
Chennai: A 34-year-old CISF constable committed suicide by hanging in his quarters in Washermanpet on Thursday night. The deceased Uday Kumar who was staying with his wife, had been complaining of sever stomach pain for the last few days and he ended his life unable bear the pain, said police.
Next: Man kills kin after wife deserts him

Man kills kin after wife deserts him
Srikakulam: On being deserted by his wife, a man killed his daughter’s mother-in-law and injured three others at Bayyannapeta in Laveru mandal on Friday.
The accused, P. Suryanarayana, believed that they had supported his wife’s decision. Suryanarayana went to his daughter’s in-laws’ house, and fatally wounded V. Yellamma, 60, with a knife and injured V. Adinarayana, V. Satyam and V. Laxmi.
Next: Gold worth Rs 9 crore seized

Gold worth Rs 9 crore seized
Nellore: The Government Railway Police on Friday seized gold ornaments weighing 35.8 kg, worth `9 crore, from two passengers aboard the Chennai-bound Howrah Mail.
The accused were nabbed soon after they alighted at the Nellore railway station. The duo — Kailash Kumar, 23, and Kundan Kumar Vyas, 20 — of Rajasthan work as clerks in a Nellore-based firm, KB Gold.
The police seized the gold when they failed to produce any purchase bills except issue vouchers from five Kolkata-based companies. According to sources, a woman travelling in the train raised an alarm when she found her gold chain missing.
Her relatives started checking the bags of other passengers in the coach. While everyone cooperated, Kundan and Kailash, who were also in the same coach, refused to comply. Suspecting their role behind the missing chain, people alerted the railway police in Nellore.
Railway DSP Srinivasa Rao said the accused duo told the Railway police that they had bought the gold as per instructions of KB Gold proprietor Bharat Jain.
Next: 11.7 kg gold found in car

11.7 kg gold found in car
Rajahmundry: Nearly 11.7 kg gold worth nearly `3.5 crore was seized by the police while it was being transported in a car from Nellore to Narasapuram in West Godavari on Friday.
According to the  police, Maniven from Chennai along with Sudhir and Venkateswarlu from Nellore were taking  the gold articles without  valid documents.
During a regular search  of vehicles, the police  discovered the gold and seized it. The gold was handed over to the authorities of the commercial tax department.
Next: 27-yr-old killed at Neredmet

27-yr-old killed at Neredmet
Hyderabad: A 27-year-old man, identified as M. Prabhu Dass, was murdered by unidentified men at Krishnanagar in Neredmet on Thursday. The accused hit him on the head with a boulder and fled the scene.
Prabhu sustained grave injuries and died on the spot. The case is being investigated.
Next: Man ends life due to financial crisis

Man ends life due to financial crisis
Hyderabad: A 37-year-old man, K. Sridhar, committed suicide by hanging himself on Thursday night at his residence in Central Court in Old Lancer lane Secunderabad. According to the cops he ended his life due to financial crisis in the family.
Next: Masked robbers strike Nellai Express

Masked robbers strike Nellai Express
Chennai: A masked and armed gang of eight targeted passengers of the Chennai-Nellai Express on Thursday around midnight near Mylam in Villupuram district, robbing two women of their gold ornaments. They had stopped the train by manipulating the signal and entered two compartments – S7 and S12.
Wielding sickles, they relieved two women, Pushpam, 65, and another, Deepa, 32, of their ornaments. The robbers could not proceed further because the other passengers grouped together and forced them to get out through the other compartments. “Some passengers tried to follow the robbers who started pelting stones at them,” the police said.
They said that the robbers had split into two groups and gained entry into the two compartments while policemen guarding the train were in S3. They reached the spot only after the robbers escaped.
The police suspect that a North Indian gang may be at work. “A similar incident was reported on the same train nearly six months ago. Nobody was arrested in connection with that robbery,” a railway police official said.
A case has been registered by the Chengalpet railway police, based on complaints from the two women who lost their jewellery. The train moved off after an hour-long stop.
Next: Railway staff held for assaulting police

Railway staff held for assaulting police
Chennai: A railway staff was detained by police for allegedly assaulting a railway police inspector at Tambaram railway station on Thursday night. The arrested man was identified as Nalla Thambi, 40, a railway divisional clerk working at Egmore and residing at East Tambaram.
Nalla Thambi in inebriated state attacked railway police inspector Mathiyazhagan, attached to the Central raiway station in front of the Tambaram railway station at around 11.30 pm on Thursday. “Both were traveling in EMU from their work place.
They had quarreled in the train and continued even after they got down at Tambaram station. Despite Mathiyazhagan informing Nalla Thambi that he was a police inspector, the former  assaulted him. Other passengers and autorickshaw drivers had to pull them apart,” police said.
Next: Man trampled to death by wild jumbo

Man trampled to death by wild jumbo
Coimbatore: A 42 -year- old man was trampled to death by a wild elephant near Anaikatty Road on Thursday night.
Forest department sources said Subramaniam, 42, a daily wage labourer from Panapalli Village was going home by walk after work, when a elephant attacked him. “He tried to run on noticing the animal, however the elephant chased and attacked him with its trunk,” sources said.
It is to be noted that the victim Subramaniam is the brother of Forester Manikkam. Villagers noticed the body had informed police, who rushed to the spot and recovered the body, they said. The body of the deceased person had been sent for post mortem to the Coimbatore Medical College and Hospital (CMCH).
Next: Student kills himself after girl’s death

Student kills himself after girl’s death
Chennai: A 19-year-old college student residing on Thiru Vi Ka street committed suicide by hanging in his house on Thursday night, a week after his girl friend, Sangeetha, who was also a college student, killed herself.
“Lokesh, grandson of AIADMK councillor of ward number 102, was dejected since his girl friend had killed herself last week. Though they two were in love, the parents of them were against the affair. Sangeetha was a resident of Kannaiah street,” the police said.
Next: Engineering student electrocuted

Engineering student electrocuted
Chennai: A 21-year-old student of a private engineering college in Thirunindraoor died of electrocution on Friday morning when he switched on an electric heater in his bathroom. The deceased was identified as Srinivasan, a native of Arakonam.
According to the police, he was staying with three of his friends in a rented house in Nadukuttai near Thirunindraoor. “Because of climate change, he decided to use the heater on Friday morning.
It looked like there was electricity leak in the heater and he suffered severe shock. Though his friends took him to hospital, the medical team declared him dead on arrival,” the police said.
Next: 7 injured in bus-lorry mishap

7 injured in bus-lorry mishap
Coimbatore: In freak accident, a tipper lorry ploughed into a bus stand on the Annur-Karuma­tham­patty road and rammed on a stationed town bus, killing a woman and injuring seven others on Friday.
According to police sources, a town bus was standing at the Keerana­mpatty bus stand at 10 am to board passengers when a sand-laden tipper lorry lost control and mowed a woman waiting to board the bus.
She has been identified as Kikila­mani (36) a resident of the area. The lorry that rammed into the town bus injured seven others including the lorry driver Thangaraj (30).
The other passengers who have been injured have been identified as Karupusamy (21), Mangathal (60), Rangan (43), Illayaraja (19), Ramesh (30), Padmavathy (60). They are undergoing treatment at the Coimbatore Medical College and Hospital.
Next: Lovelorn teen kills self

Lovelorn teen kills self
Chennai: A 19-year-old college student residing on Thiru Vi Ka street committed suicide by hanging in his house on Thursday night, a week after his girl friend, Sangeetha, who was also a college student, killed herself.
"Lokesh, grandson of AIADMK councillor of ward number 102, was dejected since his girl friend had killed herself last week. Though they two were in love, the parents of them were against the affair. Sangeetha was a resident of Kannaiah street," the police said
Next: Posing as student, girl steals gold

Posing as student, girl steals gold
Chennai:  A girl, posing as a college student who was part of a blood donation camp in the neighbourhood, vanished with a sovereign of gold chain wore by a 10-months-old child at TSG Nagar in Thiruvotriyur on Thursday.
The girl told Annapurna, mother of the child that she was part of college group conducting a blood donation camp and asked if later was interested in donating blood. She then asked her for water.
Annapurna as she went to the kitchen to bring water handed over the child to college girl. On her return she found that the girl had vanished with gold the gold chain wore by the child.
Next: VAO arrested with bribe

VAO arrested with bribe
Chennai:  A village administrative officer was caught while accepting a bribe of `5000 for name change in patta based on a complaint from a Vadapalani resident on Friday. The arrested has been identified as Bhuvaneswari, VAO of Athur village in Maduranthagam taluk in Kanchipuram. She was caught red handed while receiving the bribe  as part of a carefully-laid trap.
Next: Couple jumps before train

Couple jumps before train
Bengaluru: A man and his suspected paramour allegedly committed suicide by jumping before a moving train near Doddanekkundhi railway gate near Marathahalli on Thursday night.
The deceased, Dombur Singh (35), was from of Nepal, while the identity of the woman, aged around 30, is yet to be established. Singh was working as a cook and also as a watchman at a house in Marathahalli.
The police said that some passersby noticed the two bodies on the track on Friday afternoon and informed the police. Investigations revealed that it was Singh who had committed suicide. “His employer identified Singh’s body and said that the woman was visiting him every day. But even he doesn't know who she is,” the police added.
It is said that Singh was a married man and had an affair with the woman, who committed suicide with him.
Next: Cops ‘harass’ aged parents of accused

Cops ‘harass’ aged parents of accused
M.G. Chetan | DC
Bengaluru: An elderly couple, parents of an accused man in a cheating case, was allegedly harassed by the Halasur police recently. The complainant and her friend allegedly manhandled the 76-year-old mother of the accused, while the police looked on. Shocked by the incident, the woman fainted and is being treated at Bowring Hospital.
Ramaswamy (85) and his wife Kannamma (76), a mother of six, are the elde­rly couple who were alle­g­e­dly ill-treated by the police. Srinivas, who is one of their children, is an accused in the case.
Ramani, the complai­n­a­nt in the case had told the police that she had invested in the chit fund run by Kumari, the widow of Govindaraju, the couple’s son, and had also extended some loans.
She said that Kumari owed Rs 30.75 lakh, but went missing. She also said that Srinivas was giving shelter to Kumari. The police had registered an FIR against Kumari, her son Ramesh, daughter Ramya and Srinivas.
Kannamma, who narrated the incident from her hospital bed, said that Ramani came to their house, along with her woman friend, on Tuesday. They were accompanied by a woman constable in uniform and three policemen in plainclothes.
“The police searched for Srinivas in every nook and corner of the house. When they did not find him, they started abusing us and asked all the family members, including women, to come to the police station. Ramani and her friend started manhandling me, but the police remained mute spectators,” she said.
Her daughter Rani said that her father was taken to the police station and humiliated.
Kannamma said that Srinivas is a lift operator and their family has no connection with Kumari after their son Govin­daraju died. “Srinivas is not connected to the case at all,” she said.
Next: Bears found dead, cover up suspected

Bears found dead, cover up suspected
Rayadurg: Two bears found dead in a well under suspicious circumstances near Avuladatla village in Rayadurg mandal in Anantapur district on Friday. The bodies of animals were found floating in the old well at an agriculture field on the outskirts of village.
It is suspected that the animals might have come into contact with the livewire of the electric fencing and the owners of the land might have thrown the bodies into the well to cover up the incident.
Pendukonda sub-divisional forest officer M. Sreenivasulu and Kalyandurg forest range officer Sheikshavali inspected the spot. A case of suspicious death of bears was booked. Forensic report would reveal the cause of death, the official said. Post-mortem of the bodies was done.
Next: Woman, boyfriend get lifer for murder

Woman, boyfriend get lifer for murder
Anantapur: Hindupur Additional Sessions court on Friday sentenced, K. Sarojamma and her boyfriend B. Narayanana, to life imprisonment for killing her husband Govindachari, 50, in a case of extramarital affair at Snehalatha Colony in Somandepalli in the district.
Penukonda circle inspector K. Ramakrishna said Sarojamma of Somandepalli had extramarital affair with B.Narayana of same village. She hatched plan to eliminate her husband Govondachari with the help of her boyfriend.
The duo killed Govindachari near tank at Somandepalli on 2012 March 21. A case was registered against the two. The Hinudpur Additional Sessions judge Appa Rao sentenced life term imprisonment to them.
Next: 90 red sanders logs seized

90 red sanders logs seized
Nellore: Following a tip off, forest officials have seized 90 red sanders logs in two different locations at Rapur and Venkatagiri forest ranges on Friday.
According to information, 40 logs concealed under a culvert near Dacheruvu in Dakkili mandal were found by the forest officials of Venkatagiri range.
In another incident, forest officials led by district flying squad officials Nagendra Rao and Vedaiah seized 50 red sander logs along with an Eicher truck transporting them near Siddavaram in Rapur mandal on Friday morning. The value of the logs along with the vehicle was put at Rs 10 lakh.
Next: 2 swept away while crossing  a stream

2 swept away while crossing  a stream
Khammam: A tribal met his watery grave when he tried to display his skills of crossing a stream, which was in full spate, to his son near Mittawada a remote village under Chintoor mandal in Khammam district late on Thursday evening. His body was found stuck in bushes a km away on Friday.
Musiri Bhadraiah Reddy, 36, was on his way back home along with his son Sekhar Reddy. As the Sokileru stream was overflowing, his son expressed fear and refused to cross it as it looked perilously fast.
Bhadraiah got into the stream and was swept away. A few minutes after the incident, Madivi Appa Rao, 35, of Mittawada was also caught in swirling waters and swept away. The authorities were yet to find him.
Meanwhile, around 30 villages between Chintoor and V.R. Puram mandals remained cut off from outside world due to overflowing of Sokileru, Chandravanka and other streams.
Sabari river, a tributary of Godavari, is in spate following incessant rains in Odisha and Chhattisgarh.  Water level in the river was around 29 feet and it may rise further, according to reports.

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