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City briefs : No headway into senior citizen’s murder

Police have failed to make any headway in connection with the murder of a Delhi-based senior citizen.

Written by Press Trust Of India |
April 10, 2012 3:08:01 am

No headway into senior citizen’s murder

Mumbai:Police have failed to make any headway in connection with the murder of a Delhi-based senior citizen. Arunkumar Tikku (62) was found dead in the bathroom of his first-floor apartment in Lokhandwala Complex late on Saturday night. His son,Anuj,a small-time Bollywood actor and two paying guests are suspects in the case. “None of the three suspects have been traced yet. The police teams have been dispatched outside Mumbai to catch them,” a police officer said. Police attempts to locate the mobile network of the suspects also failed to yield any results as the phones were switched off.

Three minors held for murder of teen

New Delhi:A teenaged boy was battered to death in the presence of his girlfriend,allegedly by her minor brother and friend,after the boy created a scene at her house,police said on Monday. Police said Vishnu was murdered on April 4 in Shahbad Mohammadpur area and the minors were apprehended on Sunday. “It also came to light that Vishnu had reached the girl’s house in an inebriated state after which her family objected and there was a quarrel. “During the scuffle,the minor brother of the girl brought a wooden stick and clobbered Vishnu to death,” said A K Ojha,Deputy Commissioner of Police (Southwest). The body of Vishnu was later dumped it in a drain in Raj Nagar.

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Four doctors,two guards injured

New Delhi:Four doctors and two security guards of Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital suffered injuries when a group of men allegedly beat them up on Monday morning. The doctors had reportedly asked a group to wait for a while for treatment as they were attending to other patients. Police said two rival groups had come to DDU Hospital after clashes over some issue in Vikaspuri. Doctors were attending to injured persons of one group,which irked the members of the other group and they attacked the doctors,police said. Virender Verma,Tanuj Verma,Karan Verma and Satpal Singh have been arrested.

Mercury rises further in Capital

New Delhi:The temperature on Monday shot up,with the maximum being recorded at 38.5 degree Celsius,four notches above normal. The minimum was at 23.1 degrees Celsius,three degrees above normal,the MeT office said. Hot weather conditions are likely to intensify in the as maximum temperature is likely to rise to 39 degree Celsius on Tuesday,the MeT said.

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