City Briefs: AIIMS infant’s infection down

The infection in the blood and chest of the two-year-old girl admitted with serious injuries at AIIMS Trauma Centre,has receded.

Written by Express News Service | Published:February 10, 2012 3:26 am

AIIMS infant’s infection down

New Delhi: The infection in the blood and chest of the two-year-old girl admitted with serious injuries at AIIMS Trauma Centre,has receded. Neurosurgeon Deepak Aggarwal,who is monitoring the child,said,“The culture test of the blood and the chest sample showed no infection,but bacterial pathogens are still present in her brain fluid. She is responding to medication.” He said the child had been unconscious for three weeks,which was a “worrying sign”.

Jamia to have hostel for 400 J&K students

NEW DELHI: The J&K government on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Home Affairs and Jamia Millia Islamia to provide accommodation to 400 students from the state at PG,graduate and school level in JMI. The J&K government will release Rs 16.22 crore to JMI in instalments to finance the construction of a hostel building. The project will be completed within 24 months from the start of construction.

Class V student ends life at Shastri Park home

New Delhi: A student of Class V allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling fan in his house in Shastri Park. Police denied reports that the student of Sarvodaya School in Zaffrabad died while imitating a suicide scene of a Bollywood film. The boy was found hanging by his mother. “It is a case of suicide and there is no foul play. We have not been told by any of the family members about the boy imitating a suicide scene,” said B K Singh,Additional DCP (Northeast)

Killed for Rs 2,000: Man gets life term

New Delhi: A sessions court in the Tis Hazari courts complex has sentenced a youth to life imprisonment for stabbing a man to death over “trivial” amount of money. Additional Sessions Judge Surinder S Rathi sentenced Mukesh (27) to life imprisonment for murdering Sanjit (30) for not repaying a loan of Rs 2,000. The court also slapped a fine of Rs 1 lakh on Mukesh.

Pistol missing from NSG complex in Manesar

Manesar: A Glock pistol has gone missing from the National Security Guard (NSG) complex in Manesar. A complaint of theft has been registered. Police said it is not clear yet if the weapon was stolen or misplaced during practice. “The gun has been missing since Wednesday and officials have looked for it. When they did not find it,they lodged an FIR,” said Om Prakash,SHO of Manesar police station.

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