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Burail jail to beef up checking to prevent use of drugs in prison

Recently two Burail Jail inmates have been caught with charas and opium. During a search carried out in barrack number 5, 13.60 gm of charas was recovered hidden by one of the inmate named Bobby.

Chandigarh's Burari jail inmates to be trained for jobs, employed in shop after release

At present the new shop-cum-flat (SCF) of Burail jail, Srijan, is being taken care by the jail staff. The authorities are contacting various NGO’s for providing training to the inmates.

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Burail jail authorities goof up, release wrong man on namesake’s bail orders

There was chaos in Burail jail late in the evening, when they released Manoj Kumar (son of Suresh Kumar) instead of Manoj Kumar (son of Shiv Kumar). Shiv Kumar’s relative Vikrant Pandey on Tuesday raised the matter in the court of Judicial Magistrate First Class Gaurav Dutta.

Burari family's pet dog dies of cardiac arrest at Noida shelter

Sanjay Mohapatra, a Noida-based animal rights activist, was taking care of the dog, an Indian pitbull mix breed aged above seven.

Burari deaths: Autopsy reveals no injury marks on bodies of 10

Joint Commissioner of Police (crime) Alok Kumar said the report of the 11th dead, Narayani Devi (77), has not been released yet. Police sources said Devi’s body was recovered lying on the floor.

Burari deaths: Post-mortem report rules out foul play, says family members died due to hanging

A police officer said the post-mortem report mentioned that 10 members of the Burari family died due to hanging and no external injury marks were found on the bodies except for a few scratches

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Delhi Police to conduct psychological autopsy of people who died at Burari home

A psychological autopsy attempts to study a deceased person's mental state by analysing medical records, interviewing friends and family and conducting research into their state of mind prior to death.

Burari deaths: Police question mason who installed 11 pipes, his daughter

The police also questioned Geeta, who according to some reports was the "self-styled god-woman" Lalit had met, for about two hours on Friday. Geeta is the daughter of the mason who had fixed the 11 pipes, the police said.

Burari deaths: Delhi Police to conduct psychological autopsy, all you need to know about the procedure

Psychological autopsy is considered as a vital tool in the world of forensic science, widely used to determine the mental state of the deceased.

Burari deaths: More than 100 people questioned

The Delhi Police Crime Branch, investigating the death of 11 members of a family in Burari, Thursday said they have identified two shops from where the six stools, allegedly used by the family in the alleged suicide, were bought.

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