Amil Bhatnagar

Articles By Amil Bhatnagar

Lights, Camera, Action: Noida Metro’s revenue plan — Film shoots on Aqua Line

As a new 10-km line between Blue Line’s Botanical Garden and Aqua Line’s Sector 142 station is being proposed, NMRC is exploring fare and non-fare options to generate revenue.

Uttar Pradesh: Woman’s headless body found, cops look for links between two murders

On Thursday morning, residents of a village in Meerut informed police of a dead body buried in one of the farms. The owner was visiting the farm when his dog smelt something and started barking.

Uttar Pradesh cops lock up reporter, beat him unconscious: FIR

A purported video of the assault shows the SHO hitting the journalist. Eyewitnesses claimed he was dragged for 200 metres to the police station. Another purported video shows Sharma behind bars, detailing the assault.

Noida extortion racket busted: Women would ask for lift, then threaten fake rape case

Police booth in-charge, two women who asked for lifts among 15 arrested; gang had duped people of lakhs

After Aligarh murder, politicians knock on door of village in fear

Over the last two days, several Hindutva activists, including Sadhvi Prachi, have visited to express support for the girl’s family.

Three arrested by UP police in judicial custody, new FIR against a fourth

Govind Singh, officiating Station Officer of Asothar police station in Fatehpur, said the complaint was lodged by 'social worker' Gaurav Singh.

Aligarh child’s murder: Sadhvi Prachi stopped from visiting victim’s village

The administration has cited that Section 144 is in force in the area as a precaution against any possible flare-up.

Two Chinese men among 3 killed in boiler blast in Haryana

According to police, the boiler caught fire and burst when a local, Vicky, was welding a leak.

Aligarh child’s murder: Wife, brother of key accused held

The arrests come days after Jahed and another accused were held after the decomposed body of the girl was found in a garbage dump near Jahed’s home.

Delhi: BSP leader held for ponzi scheme that duped 2 lakh people

Sanjay Bhati, the alleged owner of Garvit Innovators Promoters Limited (GIPL), was accused of cheating people under the garb of a “multi-level marketing scheme”called ‘BikeBot’, which promised to double people's investment within a year.

Five years ago, one of Aligarh accused was booked for rape of his daughter

According to police, the accused (name withheld to protect the identity of a minor victim) had a total of four previous cases pending against him — filed under various IPC sections, including 376 (rape), 354 (assault with intention to outrage modesty of a woman) and 363 (kidnapping).

Murder of 2-year-old in Aligarh: ‘Little did we know a bit of money would cost so much’

The girl was killed allegedly by two men who kidnapped her from outside her home on May 30, and disposed of her body in a garbage dump. The motive is suspected to be a monetary dispute between one of the accused and the girl’s grandfather.

2013 Muzaffarnagar riots case: 5 arrested for skipping court hearing, sixth absconding

The killings had later triggered large-scale communal riots in Muzaffarnagar and adjoining districts from September 7 that year, leaving 62 people dead and more than 60,000 displaced.

Bulandshahr: Tiles with Mahatma Gandhi, Ashok Chakra symbols found in toilets

The tiles were brought to the administration’s notice by villagers on Monday. They were allegedly installed a week ago.

As mercury soars, Aqua Line hits 20,000 mark

According to NMRC officials, 20,614 passengers used the Aqua Line Monday to travel between Sector 51 and Depot Station in Greater Noida. Before this, Aqua Line had recorded its highest ridership in May at 19,413.

Ghaziabad cops collect Rs 2.3 lakh for colleague’s treatment

The money was entirely raised by Sahibabad police station, including non-police personnel. The contributions ranged from Rs 50 to thousands, all from their salaries.

Engineering student jumps to death: Greater Noida police

According to police, Neeraj Kumar, a student of Galgotias University, had been “depressed” for the last few months

Noida: Over 50 coaching centres get notices

Buildings have to adhere to the Noida Authority’s Building Regulations 2010, which states that any construction higher than 15 metres and having more than 500 sq metres ground coverage requires a fire certification.

Narendra Modi oath-taking ceremony: Heads of State check in with good wishes, look to check out with hope

Three five-star hotels in the Capital were abuzz with staff of Heads of State, media and security deployment.

Daughter, her lover held for killing man

Nisha, who is in her early twenties, hails from Heva village in Chaprauli while Mukul is from neigbouring Mavikalan village. She told the police that Ajit’s conduct towards other family members was rude.

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