While a Railways probe is underway, two signal officials have been suspended. Meanwhile, services on the line were restored.
According to the appointment letter, the post was generated specially for the appointee and would cease to exist after her resignation, retirement or death.
A suicide note recovered from her room named SHO Parshuram Ojha (then posted at Haidergarh police station) and said that Ojha regularly deployed her on out duty and had thrown her leave application on her face. The note also mentioned that constable Rukhsar Ahmad “ridiculed her”.
On September 25, seven policemen including Additional Superintendent of Police, Hamirpur, Lal Sahab Yadav, were injured when some people pelted stones on them.
Some students of Aiyyar hostel reportedly slapped one Neeraj Kumar from Birla hostel. When hostellers from Birla came to know about this, they went to the Aiyyar hostel and both groups got into an argument, police said
With his cycle, books & a love for education, a labourer’s son, Kumar has been on a mission for the last 23 years to educate India’s children.
Police claimed to have recovered three handwritten answer sheets, five admit cards, 13 cellphones and Rs 14.8 lakh from their possession
The Islamic institution has also accused the LDA of trying to demolish a madrasa built there, an allegation the civic body has denied.
In Kasganj, no untoward incident was reported, as the district administration had denied permission to take out a “Tiranga Yatra” which had led to tension on the Republic Day.
Both district administrations have written to the government requesting a detailed inquiry into the functioning of these shelter homes. They specifically requested the government to look into the funds sanctioned to them and recover the same if the charges are found to be true.
The toll has reached 180 since July 1, they said, adding most of the deaths occurred due to wall and house collapse, uprooting of trees, electrocution or caving in of land.
At around 3.40 pm, a motorcyclist came upto a van depositing cash at the Bandariyabagh branch of Axis Bank in Hazratganj, shot dead a security guard, injured a custodian and made away with cash.
According to neighbours, the deceased man was HIV-positive and his wife, who died a few years back, had also tested positive for the same.
A probe found that department official Vikas Mishra was wrong in asking the couple questions about their religion when they visited his office with their passport applications.
Mohammad Anas Siddiqui and his wife Tanvi Seth alleged that an officer named Vikas Mishra asked Anas to convert to Hinduism, instructed Tanvi to change her name in all her documents and yelled at her when she refused to do so.