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Citybriefs: Man convicted for writing medical exam for friend

A Delhi court has convicted a man,holding him guilty of forgery,impersonation and cheating.

Written by Express News Service | Published: June 20, 2012 1:38:30 am

Man convicted for writing medical exam for friend

NEW DELHI: A Delhi court has convicted a man,holding him guilty of forgery,impersonation and cheating. Alok Kumar was found writing the paramedical course’s entrance examination at AIIMS in 2001,on behalf of another person. ACMM Shailendra Malik convicted Kumar for impersonating Rajiv Kumar and writing the entrance exam in his place.

Trader cheated by ‘admission agent’

NEW DELHI: A businessman was duped of lakhs of rupees allegedly by an admission agent who promised his child a seat in a top medical college. Karambeer Singh,a resident of Dwarka,had seen an advertisement assuring admission in top colleges,police said. He approached the agent,who asked Singh to first pay Rs 2 lakh and then Rs 10 lakh. After Singh made the full payment,the agent could not be traced,police said. His phone was switched off and house locked. Following this,Singh approached police.

Two held for stabbing interior designer

New Delhi: Two persons have been arrested for allegedly stabbing an interior designer in Saket last month. Police said Vikas Kanojia and Pawan Gupta had called the designer,Rajesh Kumar,to Saket where they stabbed him. Rajesh had reportedly had an argument with the two as he suspected them of stalking his wife.

Pregnant woman jumps to death in Sarita Vihar

New Delhi: A 25-year-old pregnant woman allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the fourth floor of a building in Sarita Vihar,Southeast Delhi,on Tuesday morning. Police said preliminary investigations revealed that Preeti Jha and her husband Gagan had some disagreement. Gagan,an accountant employed with a private firm,was at home at the time of the incident. An SDM inquiry has been ordered. ens

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