Crime file: Husband kills wife’s paramour

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Husband kills wife’s paramour
Nellore: A couple who were reportedly having an extramarital affair were attacked by an unidentified person near Jammalapalem in Jaladanki mandal near Repalle on Saturday.
The assailant, who cops believe is the woman’s husband, identified as Ramu, inflicted critical injuries on the couple. Both the victims were rushed to a hospital in Kavali where the man, identified as Madhava Rao, succumbed while his paramour, one Hazaratamma, is fighting for her life.
Police said Madhava Rao and Hazaratamma were colleagues at Indira Kranthi Padam in Guntur district. Hazaratamma was married to Banda Ramu with whom she had two kids. The couple used to have frequent fights and separated some months back, locals said.
Hazaratamma then started seeing Madhava Rao, who was married. A furious Ramu threatened to kill them if they continued to see each other.
Police officials said Ramu, who was keeping a tab on their movements, followed them in an autorickshaw and attacked them in a secluded spot on Saturday. Police said they would arrest the accused soon.
Next: Manager of 5-star hotel held for raping staffer

Manager of 5-star hotel held for raping staffer
Panaji: A manager of a five-star hotel was arrested for allegedly raping an employee, police said on Sunday.
Vikas Sharma, 55, working with a five star-hotel at Candolim in North Goa, was arrested on Saturday after an 18-year-old girl working with the hotel complained that she was raped by him after he spiked her drink, Calangute police said.
According to the complaint, the incident occurred on Thursday night when two female hotel employees were offered lift by the accused. On the way, the accused reportedly offered soft drink to both the girls.
"The victim felt drowsy after having the drinks but the accused assured the second girl that he would drop her safe to her room," a police official said.
On regaining consciousness, the girl realised that she had been raped. Sharma has been booked under section 376 (rape) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), while his statement was being recorded, police said.
Further details of the alleged offence would be known only after Sharma is interrogated, they added.
Next: Rs 50 crore Sterlite copper smuggling busted in Dubai

Rs 50 crore Sterlite copper smuggling busted in Dubai
Thoothukudi: A clever act of smuggling in Thoothukudi came to light in a company in Dubai which led to the arrest of five persons on Saturday in the district.
Five persons, including a staff of Sterlite copper, were arrested for re­p­la­cing around Rs 50 crore worth anode slime powder, exported to Dubai from the copper smelter pla­nt, with copper smelter slag.
The 12.5 tonnes of anode slime was meticulously replaced with the smelter slag without tampering with the Central excise seal that it crossed several che­cks to reach the Dubai company.
According to Tirun­elveli range DIG Sumit Sharan, Mahendra Karth­ick (23) worked in the logistics department of Sterlite along with R. Murali Sankar (26), the container lorry supervisor, and M. Ve­n­ka­tesh (33) of Thoot­hukudi. They were appro­ac­hed by Moideen Kadher, a stranger to them, to execute the theft of the precious consignment.
The three friends lured truck drivers K. Isaac (38) and P. Muthukumar (28) with money and diverted the anode slime-loaded container trucks to a private godown at Aathi Paras­akthinagar, where they changed the original cargo with smelter slag on March 19, 2013. The culprits removed the doors of the containers without tampering the excise seal. They  loaded the slag of same wei­ght.
The fak­e consignment passed customs check at Thoothukudi port, Colom­bo port and Jebel Ali port, Dubai. But the culprits’ lu­ck­ ran out when Fujairah Go­ld, the processing plant where gold, silver, platinu­m and palladium are extr­acted from the anode slime sent by Sterlite, found on April 4 that it was only slag.
Based on information from Fujairah Gold, Sterlite lodged a complaint with the Thoothukudi district SP, who referred the complaint to the district crime branch on April 12. The culprits were nabbed Saturday.
Next: Man killed, body stuffed in jute bag

Man killed, body stuffed in jute bag
Hyderabad: A 40-year-old man was found murdered near the Budwel railway station in Shivrampally. The body was tied in a jute bag and thrown into the bushes. The incident came to light on Saturday afternoon after the locals noticed foul smell emanating from the bushes and informed the police.
The cops opened the jute bag and found the body of 45-year-old Raghava Reddy, resident of Railway Colony. The colony is just a few kilometres from the station.
According to Shivrampally inspector B. Ramesh, Raghava might have been murdered about two or three days ago and the body was in a highly decomposed state.
“When the locals were asked, they told us that the victim was Raghava Reddy. We informed the family. There were minor injuries on the body,” Ramesh said.A case has been registered and the police is investigating.
Next: Anti-vice squad arrests 2 pimps in raid, rescues Kerala girl

Anti-vice squad arrests 2 pimps in raid, rescues Kerala girl
Chennai: Sleuths of the anti-vice squad (AVS) arrested two pimps during a raid in Nerkundram on Friday and rescued a teenage girl hailing from Kerala. The brokers were allegedly attracting customers over the Internet.
After noticing an advertisement on the Internet, the police sent a decoy to a bungalow in George Nagar, Nerkundram, on Friday and he confirmed that two pimps were using the residence for prostitution.
The police arrested the two pimps, Sunilkumar, 44, and Subramani, 54, and rescued the Kerala girl. They seized a car, DVD player, porn DVDs and cellphones used for the illegal operation.
The two were produced before the Saidapet metropolitan magistrate court and remanded in Puzhal prison. The girl was sent to a government-run home.
Next: Cinematic climax to extortion bid for Rs 10 lakh

Cinematic climax to extortion bid for Rs 10 lakh
Krishnagiri: It was straight out of a movie climax: the police arrested three youths for threatening to kill a dentist if he failed to pay up Rs 10 lakh.
Krishnagiri superintendent of police S.R. Senthil Kumar said Dr P. Suresh Kumar practising in the town received a threat SMS. The person asked the dentist to call the number if he wanted to stay alive.
Dr Kumar called the number and was told by the stranger to get Rs 10 lakh ready if from the dentist wanted the gang to drop their murder plan. He also threatened him with dire consequences if the dentist went approached the police.
Following a complaint from the dentist, SP Senthil Kumar formed special teams to nab the extortionists. The police laid a trap, asking the dentist to follow the extortionists’ order to wait with the money near a bridge close to KRP dam, 15 km from Krish­nagiri. The cops hid inside his car when Dr Kum­ar drove to the s­po­t with the cash.
Three masked men st­opped his car as he ne­ared the dam and signalled him to get out. As soon as the dentist stepped out, one of the men dashed towards him and grabbed the suitcase. Acting on cue, the policemen ju­m­p­ed out of the car and nabbed the criminal.
But the other masked men attacked them with knives, injuring two of them.  After a stiff fight, the police managed to overpower and arrest the assaila­nts, who were later ide­n­tif­ied as A. Jafiullah, 24, of Halisheebam, ne­a­r Hosur, S. Anand, 23, and R. Rajesh, 28, of Krishnagiri town. They also recovered Rs 1 lakh worth stolen property from the accused.
Next: Youth held for stealing 5o gold sovereigns

Youth held for stealing 5o gold sovereigns
Chennai: The police on Saturday arrested four youth on the charge of snatching chains from women in suburban Chennai. The police recovered 50 sovereigns of gold jewellery and two motorbikes from them.
The police had received complaints from the public about incidents of chain-snatching in Tambaram and the surrounding areas.
Based on the directions of commissioner of police S. George, a special team was formed under inspector Elango. The team nabbed R. Murugesan alias Velu, 27, of MGR Nagar, Pammal, K. Prabu alias Sonaimuthu, 24, of Balaji Nagar, Anakaputhur, M. Praveen Kumar of Krishna Nagar, Pammal, and A. Anand, 23, of Pammal.
The gang used two-wheelers to carry out the thefts. They have been remanded.
Next: TV producer held on ‘Pepsi’ Uma complaint

TV producer held on ‘Pepsi’ Uma complaint
Chennai: A senior programme producer of a Tamil television channel was arrested in the city on Saturday on the charge of harassing ‘Pepsi’ Uma, a famous video jockey. Programme producer Saravanarajan, 42, was arrested following a petition filed by her.
The police said Saravana­rajan was arrested from his residence in Velachery. “On Friday, ‘Pepsi’ Uma lodged a complaint alleging that Saravanarajan hara­ssed her at the workplace. The accused passed vulgar comments and had used abusive language against her for a long time. On several occasions, she warned him but he continued to harass her,” they added.
As the harassment continued, Uma lodged a complaint with the all-woman police station, Guindy, on Friday. The police registered a case against Sara­vanarajan under the Tamil Nadu Women Harassment Act provisions and section 294 (b) of the Indian Penal Code. On Saturday morning, he was arrested and lodged in Puzhal prison.
Next: Conman who used to drop ex-CMs’ names arrested

Conman who used to drop ex-CMs’ names arrested
Bengaluru: A 28-year-old conman, who was targeting elderly women by taking them to Victoria Hospital to allegedly help them get old age pension, was arrested by the Victoria Hospital police.
With his arrest, the police have detected 39 cheating cases and have recovered Rs 16.11 lakh, including 600 gm of gold ornaments, from him.
The police said Manjunath alias S. Manjesh, a resident of Hessaraghatta, targeted lonely elderly women and taken them into confidence assuring them of old age pension.
He used to claim that he worked for a Christian missionary and could help the victims to get more money. He used to further claim that former chief ministers Kumaraswamy and Yeddyurappa, and a few MLAs would also give them money.
When the victims fell into his trap, he took them to Victoria Hospital, saying they needed to obtain a doctor’s certificate. Inside the hospital, he would ask the victims to remove the ornaments they wore, made them enter some random hospital section and escape with the valuables.
Seven such cases had been registered with the Victoria Hospital police. As there were cases with the similar modus operandi being reported, the police formed a special team and deployed them mufti on the hospital premises.
During the check, the police managed to catch Manjunath, who is a habitual offender since his minor days. He had teamed up with a woman, Mala, and they would go to wedding halls, break into the rooms of brides and grooms, and escape with jewellery. He also used to con people assuring them of APL and BPL cards.  Nineteen cases had been registered against him by various police stations .
Next: Three pickpockets held

Three pickpockets held
Kochi: The Ernakulam central police on Saturday arrested three pickpockets on charge of attempting to snatch a pilgrim’s wallet at KSRTC bus stand on Friday night. The arrested, identified as Salim (59) of Kayamkulam, Radhakrishnan (42) of Kadavanthara and Shaji (41) of Maradu, had ran away from the scene when the victim saw his wallet being snatched.
The victim, identified as Krishnadas of Palakkad, was waiting for a bus to Chotanikkara when the incident occurred. The trio was arrested from the city on Saturday morning on the basis of a complaint lodged by the victim. They were produced before the magistrate and were rem-anded in judicial custody.
Next: ‘Navy wife had tried to end life’

‘Navy wife had tried to end life’
Rohit Raj | DC
Kochi: It has come to light that the victim in the Navy sex scandal case had tried to commit suicide while she was in a relationship with Lt Ravi Kiran. The shocking revelation came in an affidavit filed by Captain Ashok K. Aukta before Kerala High Court.
Captain Ashok, officer-in-charge of the diving school at Southern Naval Command, filed the plea along with his wife Preena Aukta and Lt Ishwar Chad Vidhya seeking to quash the Naval sex scandal case.
According to the petitioners, the victim tried to commit suicide while Ravi Kiran was posted in Visakhapatnam. The incident happened during their courtship and they were not married. Later, Lt Ravi was sent on a deputation to Kenya. The matter is currently being probed  by the board of inquiry at the naval headquarters, New Delhi.
The latest revelation hints that the victim and the accused had a strained relationship over the years. However,  Navy sources claim that the victim is yet to respond to their calls. She is yet to appear before the inquiry panel. Sources added that the victim is trying to run down the credibility of the Navy.
Cases have been registered against 10 persons, including six serving Navy officers and family members, after the victim lodged a complaint regarding dowry-related assault and sexual harassment. 

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