Pune: Six-month-old Alok Shiyal on Thursday died of dengue and multi-organ failure at KEM hospital,said a release issued by PMC. Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr Vaishali Jadhav said the boy,a resident of Wadgaon Sheri,had high fever and cough for five days since June 15. He was admitted to hospital on June 20 where an NSI antigen test conducted on him confirmed dengue,said the release. He died at the hospital due to dengue shock syndrome with septic shock and acute renal failure. Since January this year,as many as 133 cases of dengue have been reported,the release said.
Mumbai man held for duping city realtor
PUNE: The Cyber Crime Cell of Pune police has arrested a man from Mumbai for duping a city-based realtor to the tune of Rs 9.8 lakh. Police said complainant Satyajeet Jaisingh Harer was approached over telephone by the suspect who posed as a citizen of Angola and said he was interested in buying a property. Inspector Sarjerao Babar said: The suspect,now identified as Jagdish Nagar,told the complainant that he had some converted Euros with him. And to again convert them in usable form they are to be kept in a dark room along with some original Euros,and that some special solution was needed to be applied. For this,he asked the complainant to give him Euro 11,000. Harer got his Rs 8 lakh converted into Euros and gave it to Nagar. He later kept asking him for money for various fictitious documents and other reasons Harer got in touch with the cell which then traced the bank accounts used by Nagar. It came to light that he had more than 20 accounts in a private bank. The investigating team was led by DCP Sanjay Shinde and ACP Gopinath Patil.