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Woman police constable gangraped
Latehar, Jharkhand: A woman police constable was allegedly gang raped by a gang of dacoits on National Highway 75 near Jagaldaga in Latehar district, police said on Saturday.
As per the FIR filed by her on Friday, she was gang raped by dacoits when she was going to Garhwa from Ranchi by a car in the wee hours of August 22, Superintendent of Police Michael S. Raj said.
The rape victim, a widow, is a constable with the Latehar district police. The dacoits also looted passengers of different vehicles between midnight and 2 AM, police said.
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53-yr-old shopkeeper rapes minor girl
Shilpa P. | DC
Mysore: A 14-year-old minor girl was allegedly raped by a 53-year-old man in Ghausia Nagar in Udaygiri, police limits more than four months ago.
The incident came to light only on Friday after the doctors confirmed that the girl was four months pregnant, the police said. The accused, Pasha, runs a grocery shop in the area.
He allegedly raped the minor girl when she had gone to his house to buy groceries as the shop was closed, the police said.
The incident came to light when the girl fell ill and had to be rushed to hospital, where the doctors said she was pregnant. The girl’s parents lodged a complaint with the Udaygiri police.
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6 acquaintances gangrape teen
Khammam: A 17-year-old girl was gangraped on the outskirts of Khammam late on Thursday night. The girl, a resident of Hazarai Colony in Rikka Bazaar, set  out to fetch groceries at around 8 pm. On her return, she was offered a lift in an autorickshaw by six youths, whom she was well acquainted with.
The girl was overpowered by them as soon as she got into the auto. She was taken to a secluded place near Golla Gudem, on the outskirts of the town, where they forced her to drink liquor. Later, they violated the girl and left the place.
People who saw the victim, took her to an RMP doctor and informed her relatives about the incident. On Friday, she lodged a complaint with the police.
Subsequently, police booked a case against the six offenders: Veerender Rao, a hardware engineer, Kranthi, Ashirwadam, Murali Krishna, Suresh and Kandukuru Pradeep. It is learnt that all the accused live in the same colony where the girl resides. No arrest was made in this connection, the police said.
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BE student held for murdering wife
Nagapattanam: The police have arrested an engineering student on the charge of murdering his wife as he suspected her fidelity. Rajkumar, 21, of Agraharam in Vazhu­thalikudi, near Sirkazhi, who was in his fourth year in a private engineering college in Mannargudi, fell in love with Ramya, 21, of Melatheru, also in Vazhu­thaligudi.
Ramya, who became pregnant, pressured Raj­kumar to marry her. He refused, stating that he was not responsible for her pregnancy.
Later, upon being forced by the village elders, he married Ramya on September 1, 2011.Rajkumar continued to attend college, staying at his grandmother’s house at Thaikkal and meeting his wife who was staying at her mother’s house, having given birth to a baby boy.
On March 25, 2013, Ramya went to Kollidam bus stop after Rajkumar asked her come there. She did not return home thereafter. Based on a complaint by her mother Kasthuri, the Kollidam  police registered a case and were investigating.
Meanwhile, Kasthuri filed a habeas corpus petition in the high court, directing the police to take action in tracing Ramya. When the police grilled Rajkumar, he admitted to having murdered Ramya by smothering her to death with a cloth. He had sunk her body in a pond in front of his house.
Based on this information, Ramya’s body was retrieved in the presence of revenue and police officials on Thursday and a post-mortem conducted on the spot by a medical team. Rajkumar was produced in the judicial magistrate’s court in Sirkazhi and remanded in judicial custody.
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Teacher held for molesting 6 students
Villupuram: Irate villagers of Vellia­mpet, near Anantha­puram, Friday thrashed a block resource teacher for allegedly molesting six girl students of the Velliampet government middle school.
Rajesh, 37 of Salai Agaram, allegedly molested six girl students studying class VI, during the inspection. The incident came to light after the girls narrated their ordeal to parents.
On learning of this, residents of Velliampet and Kanayur thrashed Rajesh and locked him up in the school. Senior police officials rushed to the spot and arrested Rajesh.
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‘Good Samaritan’ held for robbery
Kochi: The Kalamassery police on Friday arrested an auto driver in the city on the charge of housebreaking and robbery in nine different cases in Kochi since last year.
The arrested identified as T.P. Sanalkumar alias Golie (43) had allegedly burgled  nine houses – three under Palarivattom, two under Kalamassery, two under Trippunithura and one each under Cheranalloor and Kunnathunad police stations - by deceiving and tying up housewives and senior citizens staying alone.
Sanal had served a jail term in connection with the robberies he had committed during the early 2000s, but was released on bail in 2009. He went back to burgling, the police said.

Sanal, an auto driver, who used to drive around the city without sticking to a stand, had been targeting women staying alone, according to the police. “First he would identify a house and then enter it by telling the senior citizens that one of their close relatives had sent him to polish the almirah.
Then he would convince them that he was sick and ask for warm water. When the women went into the kitchen to boil the water he stole gold ornaments and cash. He used to attack the women whenever they caught him robbing gold,” said Mohammed Rafique, the deputy commissioner of police.
Cops said Sanal had been leading a luxurious life in a house paying a rent of Rs 9,000. His wife had left him long back when she came to know about his criminal background. He was produced before the magistrate and was remanded into judicial custody.
Police said they were probing his robberies during the 2009-2012 period. “It is learnt that he had committed some 50 robberies during that time.,” the police added.
The police has also advised the public to be wary of culprits who try to enter their houses adopting such tricks. Thrikkakara assistant commissioner Bijo Alexander, Kalamassery circle inspector K. Jinadevan and sub inspector M.B. Latheef were part of the team that caught the accused.
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Police errs after seizing forex
Cyril romeo | DC
Hyderabad: The Cyberabad police, which busted an alleged illegal Brazilian Real transaction racket in Saroornagar, goofed up by booking a case under the Foreign Exchange Management Act though the police is not empowered to book cases under the Act.
Officials of the Special Operations Team, Cyberabad, arrested four men for trying to sell the currency to people here who had Brazilian accounts for a much lesser price. The team recovered about 1,62,450 reals which is equivalent to Rs 50 lakh.
Enforcement Directorate sources meanwhile said that the police can’t issue FIRs as only the ED can book cases under Fema. “In fact they have approached us and we have asked them to deposit the currency in court so that we can take it up. Local police have no power to investigate cases under Fema,” said an ED source.
Assistant Solicitor General of India in AP High Court P. Vishunvardhan Reddy said, “Police can’t book a case under Fema. It is the jurisdiction of ED. However Section 38 of Fema allows the central government to empower a police officer to investigate the case.
But the central government has to specifically issue an order. In this case as the Centre didn’t issue an order the case becomes void.”
“The ED has to register a fresh case and take the money from the court where it has been already deposited,” he added.
However SOT assistant commissioner of police K. Goverdhan Reddy said, “We can book a case under the Act and carry out investigations till the Enforcement Directorate takes it up. Since we have the accused, we registered the case.”
Acting on a tip-off, the SOT along with a local police team had laid a trap and apprehended the gang which was trying to sell the reals for Rs 10 though the actual value is Rs 25.
A case was registered under Section 420 (Cheating) of the IPC and section 39(a),(c) of the Fema Act.
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Baby drowns in bucket of water
Chennai: A baby, just one-and-a-half years old, drowned in a bucket filled with water at a residence in Peerkankaranai on Friday night.
Baby Durga Devi, just started crawling four months ago and would most of the time remain indoors.The police said the incident happened on Friday late evening when the mother Ruku Kumari of Bihar was busy preparing dinner for her husband Ram Kumar who was returning home.
The mom noticed that their child was missing and was shocked to see that the baby had drowned in a bucket in the house.
“Ram Kumar was a construction worker and was staying in a thatched hut. The incident has shocked the couple, as their only daughter died so tragically. We are finding it so difficult to console the grieving couple,” said S. Arumugham, a neighbour.
A case of unnatural death has been registered and the baby’s body has been sent to the Chromepet government hospital for autopsy. Further investigations are on, the police said.
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13-yr-old abused at NGO centre
Bengaluru: Three men,  aged between 20-23, working in an NGO, were arrested on charges of allegedly repeatedly sodomising a mentally ill minor boy in Madanaya­kanahalli police limits on Friday. Police have identified the suspects as Sunil, Bharath and Chandru.Sources said the trio regularly raped the 13-year-old boy and frightened him into silence. The incident came to light after the boy's mother, a maid, saw some bruises and marks on her son's legs and thighs.
When asked, the boy revealed how he was being sexually abused. The victim's mother then sought the help of an NGO, who advised her to file a complaint with the police and send her son for counselling. 
Based on the victim's statements and information collected from the crime spots, the police arrested the youths on Friday. The boy's mother had sent her son to the NGO to be cared for.
Next: Man cheats employer of Rs 31 lakh

Man cheats employer of Rs 31 lakh
Chennai: The city police on Friday arrested a 48-year-old man for allegedly cheating his employer of Rs 31 lakh by faking railway official's seal. The arrested was identified as Sahadevan, manager of railway canteen leased by Abbas of Erode.
Abbas had handed over the money to remit it with the railway authority. "Sahadevan swindled the amount with his associate and gave fake receipts to his employer,"  the police said.
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Man attacks sister outside Hyderabad court
Hyderabad: A woman was attacked by her brother in broad daylight with a knife outside the IX Metropolitan Court in Miyapur on Friday morning.
The woman, however, managed to escape and ran into the court. She was hurt on her head and was shifted to a private hospital, but is safe. The incident took place at 11 am.
Property disputes are believed to be the reason for the attack. The victim, Sailaja, is the sister of Subi Rami Reddy, both residents of Miyapur.
Miyapur sub-inspector of police V. Saidireddy , said, “When she was attacked by her brother, she ran inside the court with her head bleeding. The locals who noticed it rushed to her rescue. She was shifted to Panama Hospital nearby and her condition is said to be stable.”
A case of attempt to murder was registered against Subi Rami Reddy and he was taken into custody.
Next: Man found murdered

Man found murdered
Hyderabad: A 25-year-old man was murdered and his body was found on the Saatamrai railway track between Budwel and Hundanagar in Shamshabad on Friday morning.
The deceased was identified as Surender Reddy, a bike mechanic, of Saatamrai in Shamshabad. The Railway Police suspects that victim would have been murdered at around 1 am. The cops have examined the spot and collected the clues.
A murder case was registered by the Kacheguda Railway Police and is being investigated. A search is on .

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