Around Town : Tibetan protests continue in city

Anti-China protests by Tibetans continued in the city on Thursday.

Written by Express News Service | Published: March 30, 2012 1:48 am

Tibetan protests continue in city

New Delhi:Anti-China protests by Tibetans continued in the city on Thursday. According to police,34 Tibetans were detained on Thursday — 21 men and 13 women. Tihar Jail officials said at least 320 Tibetans were lodged in the prison till Thursday evening. At least 200 others are under house arrest at the Ambedkar Bhawan. Police said the detained Tibetans are expected to be released after Hu — who is in the city for the two-day BRICS summit along with the leaders of Russia,Brazil and South Africa — leaves the city on Friday. Hu’s two-day visit has triggered a wave of anti-China protests.

Man wanted in 31 cases of murder,robbery held

New Delhi:The Delhi Police’s Crime Branch on Wednesday arrested a history-sheeter,wanted in 31 cases of murder and robbery. The accused,identified as Mohammed Yunus alias Chhotu Bihari (40),a resident of Sangam Vihar,has committed robberies in buses and trains,police said.

JNU student harassed on campus

New Delhi:A 22-year-old student was allegedly harassed by a man while she was waiting near an ATM booth on the JNU campus. The accused,identified as Rajesh,allegedly passed lewd comments about her from inside his car. The girl informed the police,following which the man was chased and arrested.

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