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In national capital city Delhi, a cash transit van driver allegedly run away with around Rs 22.5 crore from southeast Delhi's Govindpuri area. The incident was reported when the armed guard accompanying the van transporting the money asked the driver to stop the vehicle near Govindpuri Metro station so that he could relieve himself by the roadside, said police.
A 15 year old girl rape incident was come to light while rapists were posted the video on Internet in Mumbai. Over a fortnight after a 15-year-old girl was gang-raped by her friend and three of his friends, the sordid crime came to light now, when her aunt received a video clip of the act on WhatsApp.
The daughter-in-law of self- styled 'godman' Asaram Bapu, Janaki alleged her husband Narayan Harpalani had illegitimate relations with a lady disciple at his ashram, and when the woman allegedly became pregnant, Narayan said he wanted to marry her.
Heavy rains and winds continue to lash coastal regions of South India. Ten people died in Chennai and deep depression hit the land North of Puducherry on Monday night.The rains also affected normal life in Chandragiri, Satyavedu, Palamaneru and Madanapalle of chittoor district. Heavy inflow of water was reported into Swarnamukhi River near Srinivasamangapuram in the district.
Another newly-wed girl left her husband as his house did not have a sanitary toilet. The woman, identified as Seema Patel (22) returned after a year and a half, that too only after the toilet was constructed.
A case was registered under Sections 186 (obstructing public servant in discharge of public functions), 169 (public servant unlawfully buying or bidding for property), 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his/her duty), 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) and 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) of IPC against a lawyer for sexually harassing a woman magistrate in Delhi.
Long time ago, somewhere around 1979, some youths were selling film tickets in the black at Mumbai's Sahakar theatre. Suddenly, the police came and began thrashing the boys.
The Taliban have threatened to kill any journalist who wrote against them. Pakistani Taliban commander Qari Saifulla Saif said he has several journalists in his hit list and said they would all be killed one by one.
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