Japanese execs postmortem after wife arrives: police
Gurgaon: The post-mortem of the Japanese national who committed suicide in the DLF Phase V area on Monday will be conducted in a couple of days as per his wifes request,police said. The victims wife has asked for the post-mortem to be held when she reaches here,in a couple of days, DCP (East) Maheshwar Dayal said. Tsutomi Omori (49),Managing Director of Olympus Medical Systems-India,was found hanging inside a park,in a locality where he lived for more than five years. Police recovered two suicide notes from his flat one in Japanese and addressed to his family members,and one in English that said: I am sorry for taking such a decision. Police said there were no leads yet to the suicide,and hoped details might emerge once his family reads the note written in Japanese.
Kranti Sena chief moves HC against website
New Delhi: Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga,who assaulted advocate Prashant Bhushan in his Supreme Court chamber last year,has moved the High Court asking for directives to the Central and Delhi governments to ban a website. Bagga,chief of Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena,claimed in the petition that shariah4hind.com brought disrepute to the Constitution and encouraged communal disharmony. The petition states: the websites representatives were former leaders of an Islamist organisation based in Britain. It will come up for hearing on Wednesday before the bench headed by Acting Chief Justice A K Sikri.
AIIMS infant stable after fifth surgery
New Delhi: Doctors at AIIMS plan to keep the two-year-old battered girl off the ventilator to see if she can breathe on her own after the fifth brain surgery. She is stable,and her vitals are normal. There is no other procedure we have to perform. We just have to slowly try getting her off the ventilator,to help her start breathing on her own gradually, said Dr Deepak Agagrwal,a neurosurgeon. A sever infection in her lungs had made the childs breathing laboured in the past month. On Monday,she underwent a shunt surgery,which connected her brain with the abdomen to help drain the fluid collecting around her brain.
Robbers held with arms,valuables
New Delhi: Four criminals,including two juveniles,were arrested after a brief encounter in Bindapur area of West Delhi,police said Tuesday. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Southwest) AK Ojha said,There was a robbery in Bindapur on January 3. We received an input about the whereabouts of the robbers and laid a trap at Rawta Mor around 10 pm. The six persons were spotted in a Swift car and when they noticed police,they opened fire. However,after a chase they were nabbed. Valuables,cash and many weapons were seized from them.
Missing businessman found dead
New Delhi: A 45-year-old businessman reported missing since Sunday was found dead under mysterious circumstances on Tuesday afternoon near the DDA park in Maidan Gadhi area of South Delhi. Vijender Singh was a resident of Lado Sarai,police said. Singh was last seen near his photo studio. Police said it appeared that the man was murdered somewhere else and the body was dumped in the jungle area near IGNOU to throw police probe off track. Detailed investigation is underway.