Man arrested for allegedly killing wife

The police registered the case of murder based on a complaint lodged by the victim’s father.

Written by Express News Service | Bangalore | Published:December 15, 2013 4:01 am

A case of murder has been filed by police against the husband of a 23-year-old housewife after she died mysteriously at her home near HAL Saturday morning. The police registered the case of murder based on a complaint lodged by the victim’s father. The deceased has been identified as G Kavya,a resident of Kariyammana Agrahara near Marathahalli. The victim’s husband Mahesh Babu,a realtor,has alleged that his wife committed suicide Friday night and was discovered on Saturday morning. The couple were married two years ago and had an 11-month-old child. ”We have registered a case of dowry harassment and murder against Mahesh and his family members. The facts will be reveal after post-mortem,” Deputy Commissioner of Police (south-east) TD Pawar said.

Senior IPS officer’s son injured in road rage incident

Bangalore: The son of a senior IPS officer was attacked by unidentified persons in a road rage incident near Ejipura Friday night. Karthik Omprakash,the son of the Director-General of Police for fire and emergency services and home guards,Om Prakash,was injured and admitted to hospital following the incident. In a complaint filed with the Koramangala police,Karthik has said he was attacked by two miscreants around 11 pm at the Ejipura junction while he was returning home. The incident occurred after Karthik’s car hit a motorcycle. The motorcyclists allegedly hit Karthik on his head with their helmets and fled from the scene.

Woman found murdered in living room of house

Bangalore: A 62-year-old woman was brutally murdered in the living room of her house,even as her daughter-in-law was asleep in a bedroom,at Bhairasandra near Siddapura Saturday. The victim has been identified as Pushpa Natarajan. The incident happened between 3 pm and 4 pm and came to light when the maid came to work at 5 pm.

FRRO official assaulted at prepaid autorickshaw counter

Bangalore: An official of the Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FRRO) at Calicut was allegedly assaulted by supervisors of a prepaid auto-rickshaw counter at the Yeshwanthapura Railway station on Saturday morning. The Yeshwanthapura police have registered a case based on the complaint lodged by Janardhan Jalaki,an Assistant Foreigners Regional Registration Officer (AFRRO).

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