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    Man held for killing mother-in-law after quarrel in Thane

    Thane: A 32-year-old man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly killing his mother-in-law after a quarrel with her here in Maharashtra, police said. The 68-year-old victim, Kamaljit Kaur, went to her son -in-law Ankush Batti’s home Monday to enquire about her hearing and speech-impaired daughter, whom Batti was allegedly harassing, Thane police spokesperson Sukhada Narkar said.

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    25-year-old held for killing sister’s lover in Ambernath

    Ambernath: A 25 -year-old man has been arrested for killing the lover of his sister in Ambernath, on Thursday. Interestingly, after killing the man, the accused on September 2, brought the deceased to a hospital saying he was found unconscious. However during the probe, police found the deceased had a love affair with the sister of the accused and was unhappy over it. During interrogation, the accused confessed to the crime.

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    Man, 4 others nabbed for killing grandfather

    Mumbai: A 29-year-old man and his four accomplices were arrested on Thursday for the murder of his 87-year-old paternal gra­nd­father. The motive behind the murder was to avenge the deceased since he wanted to have a physical relationship with his daughter-in-law. The accused wanted to take over the property and business of the octogenarian.

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    Mumbai: Brothers arrested for killing girl’s boyfriend in Govandi

    Mumbai: Two brothers were by Shivaji Nagar Police for the murder of a 26-year-old youth on Thursday morning. The victim had been in a relationship with the sister of the accused. They had asked him to stay away from their sister, because of the difference in their social class. The family of the accused ran a garment store, while the victim was a tailor.

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    Uttar Pradesh: 3, including parents, held guilty for killing 3-year-old girl

    Muzaffarnagar (UP): Three people, including the parents, were held guilty for murdering a three-year-old girl by a court here. Additional District and Sessions Judge Ajay Kumar held Shamim, the father of the girl, his wife Khushnaseeb and their friend Zahir Abbas guilty under sections 302 (murder) and 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) yesterday and reserved the order on the quantum of punishment till August 28.

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    Bihar: Woman paraded naked on suspicion of killing man

    Arrah (Bihar): A woman was beaten up and paraded naked on the streets of Bihar’s Bhojpur district by a mob on the suspicion of her involvement in the killing of a 19-year-old man, a police officer said. The mob also hurled stones at a train passing through the area.

  • The killing of our people and our languages

    Two apparently unrelated yet deeply inter-connected events of July invite serious reflection. One belongs to an unending story of crime, the other a not so interesting bureaucratic muddle. One will continue to fetch headlines for long and the other will survive, if it does at all, in footnotes for researches. Yet, both are of a piece in a larger plot threatening our republic. One is a murder story, the other is a

  • Maharashtra: Teased for dark skin, woman poisons food at family function

    Raigad (Maharashtra): Miffed over being humiliated for her dark complexion, a woman in Maharashtra’s Raigad district poisoned food at her relative’s house-warming function, killing five people. The incident took place on June 18 when the accused, Pragya Survase, mixed pesticide in the food and served it at the function of her relative Subhash Mane in Mahad village.

  • Killing dogs for meat illegal, rules South Korean court

    Seoul: A South Korean court has outlawed the killing of dogs for meat, in a landmark ruling that animal rights activists said today could pave the way to making eating canines illegal.

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    22-year-old man arrested for raping, killing 1-year-old girl in Pune

    Pune: A 22-year-old man allegedly abducted and raped a one-year-old girl before killing her in Loni Kalbhor area near here, following which he was arrested, police said on Friday. Last night, Malhari Bansode allegedly picked up the girl while she was sleeping next to her parents in the open in Loni Kalbhor, they said.

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    Panvel: Police arrest film financier for killing lover’s hubby

    Mumbai: On Monday, Panvel Police arrested 37-year-old man for allegedly killing his lover’s husband and then disposing of his body. The accused who has financed several films including an ongoing Bollywood film, the accused shot the victim and then disposed of his body.

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    Thane: 27-year-old woman arrested for killing newborn daughter

    Thane: A 27-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly killing her newborn daughter, police said. The accused, Vaishali Pradhan, residing in Umbarde village near here, allegedly cut the throat of her daughter, born just a week ago, with sharpened fingernails on Saturday, police said.

  • US is India’s 2nd biggest arms supplier, Israel 3rd says a report

    United Nations: As New Delhi diversifies its arms purchases, the US is rapidly increasing its arms sales to India, emerging over the last five years as its second biggest supplier by providing 15 per cent of its weapons imports, a study by Sipri said.