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    Mumbai: Married woman tutor held in bid to abduct girl engineering student

    Mumbai: A married woman tutor from Mumbai allegedly tried to abduct a 21-year-old woman student of engineering from Indore by claiming that the latter was her “life partner from previous birth”, the police said Sunday. The woman, identified as Veronica Borode alias Kiran (35) was arrested on Saturday night along with Mumbai Police constable Anand Mudhe (35) for helping her, a police official said. Tilak Nagar police station in-charge Swaraj Dabi said

  • Jodhpur court grants interim bail to 3 in Bhanwari Devi case

    Jodhpur: A Jodhpur court has granted interim bail for three days to the three main accused in the 2011 abduction and murder case of Bhanwari Devi in Rajasthan. The trial court granted bail to Malkhan Singh Bishnoi, Parasram Bishnoi and their sister Indira Bishnoi to allow them to attend a condolence meeting of their aunt at their ancestral Tilwasni village near Jodhpur.

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    Indore: Crime Round-up: Two minors abducted in separate incidents

    Indore: A girl was abducted when she was going with her mother by a person near Jinsi Square on Saturday.  According to police, the complainant Sheetal Jaiswal alleged that she was going to Rajwada with her daughter Ayushi when the accused Suraj Verma, a resident of Jinsi stopped them and abducted Ayushi on his bike. The complainant attempted to stop the accused but he managed to flee. Police have registered a case

  • Court directs police to book 4 persons for kidnapping teenager

    Etah: Acting on a direction of a local court here, a case has been registered against four persons for allegedly kidnapping a teenaged boy nearly two months ago after police refused to register a complaint in the matter. Sonu (19) was kidnapped from his house by his neighbour, identified as Pooja, and three others on January 1, Inspector Kotwali City Shyovir Singh said.

  • Two boys go missing, parents fear abduction

    BHOPAL : Two minors have gone missing from separate areas in the city. Police have registered cases in both incidents and started a search for them.

  • ‘Salaam Alaikum’ was the reply on SP’s mobile phone

    Pathankot – “Salaam Alaikum” was the reply when the gunman of the Superintendent of Police, who was thrashed by suspected Pakistani terrorists, called up on his mobile number after the news of the SP’s abduction along with his associates spread.

  • Youth arrested for own abduction, loot

    Indore : Police registered cases against a youth who first staged loot and then his own kidnapping, on Monday. The police arrested him along with his two accomplices and booked them under various sections of the IPC. Further investigation in the matter is on.

  • 3 men arrested in Malaysia for abducting Indian

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian police have arrested three men for masquerading as India’s Central Bureau of Investigation officers and allegedly abducting a 39-year-old Indian national.

  • Indians abducted in Iraq safe, one escapes

     All the Indians abducted in Iraq are safe but one has escaped from the custody of Sunni insurgents, the government said Friday.
    The external affairs ministry also said that it was “knocking on all doors” and not just in Iraq to ensure the release of the Indian workers in Mosul.

  • Nicknames in ransom note help police nab baby Saanvi’s killer

    Washington:  For USD 50,000, a 26-year-old software engineer from Andhra Pradesh kidnapped and killed his family friend’s 10-month-old baby Saanvi, whose body he stuffed in a suitcase, but nicknames used by him in the ransom note provided critical clues that helped police nab him.