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The Delhi Police are now looking at a possible involvement of other family members in the Ashok Vihar suspected honour killing cases.

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 28, 2010 1:35:42 am

Ashok Vihar killings: Cops to take accused to Rishikesh
NEW DELHI: The Delhi Police are now looking at a possible involvement of other family members in the Ashok Vihar suspected honour killing cases. An effort is also on to locate the weapons used in the crime.
“We would take the accused — Ankit Chaudhury,22,Mandip Nagar,23,and Nakul Khari,21 — to Rishikesh where we believe they have thrown the weapon,” the police said. “We believe Mandip planned the crime but we are finding out if someone else may have instigated them,” said a senior police officer.
The Delhi Police brought the three to the Capital from Dasna Jail on Saturday. “We are trying to find Rakesh Singh,the alleged fourth accomplice who helped the accused in disposing off the Chinese pistol,” he added.

Rahul Gandhi’s phone stolen at IGI,recovered
New Delhi: Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi lost his mobile phone while he was at the Indira Gandhi International Airport a few days ago. The incident took place when Gandhi returned to Delhi from London. The phone was recovered later. It was kept in the checked in baggage and was apparently stolen by a baggage handler,said CISF officials. They said that security officers of the Special Protection Group had approached them after Gandhi complained that he could not find the phone. After technical surveillance,the it was recovered from a baggage handler. No case was registered.

Housing scam: Six more societies self-allot flats
NEW DELHI: While the Delhi government is yet to resolve the issue of members of four housing societies in Dwarka taking possession of flats through self-allotment this January,six more societies in the area conducted a self-allotment of flats on Sunday. Earlier,Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit had intervened in the matter after the registrar’s office declared the self allotment ‘illegal’.
Members of the six societies alleged that more allotment were conducted on Saturday as there has been no movement in the issue.
The allotments were reportedly done in the presence of area MP Mahabal Mishra,members added.

Vintage touch
A fleet of vintage cars is being readied to ferry VIPs during the Commonwealth Games. Carrying the Commonwealth logos,these customised cars include Bentley,Chevrolet,Stutz,Cadillac,Triumph,Rolls Royce. PTI

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