Around 9.15 pm on Friday, Delhi Police constable Anand Singh (49) was fatally shot by three assailants when he objected to their harassing a woman street vendor and stopped them from stealing money from her.
Talking to the media on Monday, the 39-year-old Ola cab driver from Noida, whose wife and daughter were raped early Saturday morning, said they might have to leave their locality and shift the girl to another school.
This is the spot where a mother and daughter — 35, and 14 — travelling from Noida to Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh were dragged out of their car and allegedly raped by group of seven-eight men early Saturday morning.
A Nigerian national, Ola Jason, who used to live in Khirki until two years ago, said he had no option but to move out of the area owing to the “emotional trauma” he underwent in the aftermath of the “raid”.
While it does have names of some who have left alleging harassment by “gangs”, the list includes names of people who have died, of those who left Kairana more than 10 years ago and still others who say that they migrated for a better school for their children or a better job.
The demand was raised during a village meeting at the local temple, from where an announcement was allegedly made on the night of September 28 last year, asking residents to assemble since a cow had been slaughtered.
Citing ambiguity in norms and multiplicity of agencies which need to be approached for clearances for their projects, the builders maintain that with increased consultations between the three stakeholders —investors, realtors and the Authorities — hiccups in these projects are likely to be resolved soon.
More than five lakh home buyers who have invested in group housing societies in Noida and Greater Noida areas now find themselves caught in a crossfire between the administration and builders, finds The Indian Express. Investors want timely delivery along with what was promised, and basic amenities in place.