70,000 will take common bank exam today

BHOPAL: Common bank examination for PO cadre of 19 public sector banks will be held in Bhopal at 70 centres besides Indore, Gwalior and Jabalpur, on Sunday.

Sources said 70,000 candidat

es are expected to attend the test in the state capital alone besides, 1.50 lakh candidates in other three cities of the state.

Massive arrangements have been made for the test, to be held in two shifts. Many private colleges and schools have been made centres.

Man beats mother to death

A tribal man allegedly killed his mother in Rasulia hamlet of Vidisha district on Saturday. Police have arrested the accused and registered a murder case against him.

Sources said Rasulia hamlet resident Mohar Singh was beating up his two children over some trivial issue. His mother Cheti Bai ( 65) tried to intervene into the matter.

With the undue intervention, Mohar Singh got enraged. In the fit of rage, he hit a stick on the head of Cheti Bai. ” She died on the spot,” the police said.

After Agra blast, districts on alert

The police headquarters on Saturday sounded alert in all the districts following a blast occurred in a hospital of Agra in Uttar Pradesh. The police chiefs of different districts have been asked to step up the security system and to go on for intensive vehicle checking drive and to search the hotels, restaurants and to quiz the suspects. Speaking to Free Press, IG ( law and order) AK Soni said all the districts were put on alert in the wake of the Agra blast.

Girl sets herself afire, dies

A twenty- year- old girl was burnt alive under mysterious circumstances in Ashoka Garden area on Friday night.

According to police, Ankita, 20, daughter of Amar Singh, resident of Subhash Colony, suffered burns when her clothes caught fire in the kitchen. She was taken to Hamidia Hospital where she died while undergoing treatment. However, sources said, Ankita set herself afire over unknown reasons.

The police said anything could be ascertained only after the post mortem report.

A case was registered.

Woman cops mobile phone looted

An unidentified man on Friday night snatched away a mobile phone of a woman constable near her house in Kamla Nagar area.

According to the police, Sandhya Sharma, resident of police lines I quarters, is posted at police headquarters. On Friday night she was talking to someone over phone near her house when a youth came from behind and snatched away her mobile. She ran after him but he managed to escape in the darkness. A case was registered by the police.

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