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citybriefs: Passerby shot at during brawl

A bullet grazed a passerby’s shoulder when a man opened fire during a brawl between some youth in Southeast Delhi’s Amar Colony around 9.30 pm on Monday.

Written by Express News Service | Published: October 24, 2012 1:51:22 am

NEW DELHI: A bullet grazed a passerby’s shoulder when a man opened fire during a brawl between some youth in Southeast Delhi’s Amar Colony around 9.30 pm on Monday. Police said the brawl started when a group of youth harassed a girl at Lajpat Nagar market and her brother objected to it.

Two injured as car hits bike in Kailash Colony

NEW DELHI: Two men were injured when their motorcycle collided with a Hyundai Verna on Monday night in Southeast Delhi’s Kailash Colony area. Dharampal and Gopi,both 25 and working with computer firm,are currently recuperating in AIIMS Trauma Centre. A case has been registered against the car owner,who is a resident of Rohini.

No anticipatory bail to cheating case accused

NEW DELHI: A private firm’s employee,wanted by police for allegedly cheating the firm of Rs 55 lakh in May 2011 in collusion with two other employees,has been denied anticipatory bail by a Delhi court. Additional Sessions Judge Suresh Chand Rajan dismissed the plea of Amit Kumar,the private healthcare management firm’s principal consultant.

Two charged with chain snatching let off

NEW DELHI: Two men,facing trial for allegedly snatching a gold chain from a woman,have been acquitted by a Delhi court after she failed to identify them. Extending the benefit of doubt to the two men, Metropolitan Magistrate Dheeraj Mor acquitted them of the charges of robbing Northwest Delhi resident Bhupinder Kaur of her gold chain in 2005.

Man accused of abetting wife’s suicide acquitted

NEW DELHI: A man,facing trial for allegedly treating his wife cruelly for dowry and abetting her suicide four years ago,has been acquitted by a Delhi court on the ground that there was no evidence of ill-treatment by him. Khem Chand,a resident of Mangolpuri,was facing trial following allegations that he had harassed his wife Anita for dowry and in June 2008,forcing her to commit suicide.

Blueline driver sent to jail for rash driving

NEW DELHI: A Blueline bus driver,who had crushed to death a motorcyclist a decade ago,has been sent to jail for a year by a Delhi court. The incident took place in April 2002 when 27-year-old Sarfaraz had stopped his motorcycle at a traffic signal in Jia Sarai area in South Delhi.

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