QCrime: Man Killed After Dispute Over Cow Dung; Student Kills Prof

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1. Man Killed by Neighbour Over Disposal of Cow Dung

An argument between neighbours over disposal of cow dung turned ugly on Tuesday and ended with the death of one of them. The incident happened in Bapu Nagar colony of Aligarh.

According to police, Rajkumar (42) was annoyed when he slipped over cow dung lying in front of his house while going out for work. Angry, he went to his neighbour, Shankarwati Yadav’s house to complain. The latter owns a cow. Both got into a heated argument over disposing of cow dung.

Matters came to a point where Yadav allegedly picked up a wooden stick and hit Rajkumar on the head. He collapsed instantly. He was rushed to hospital but was pronounced brought dead.

(Source: The Times of India)

2. 24-Year-Old Woman Forced Into Prostitution by Sister in Mumbai

A 24-year-old woman has registered a case against her elder sister and a man for raping her and recording the crime. She alleged that the two forced her into prostitution and used to threaten her, saying they would circulate the video.

According to the police, the woman used to live with her elder sister, brother-in-law and their kids. In her statement to the police, she said that in October 2017, her sister asked her to do some job rather than sitting at home. She took her to meet a man named Tabrez Shaikh.

She alleged that Tabrez gave her a cold drink. She drank it and lost consciousness for two hours. When she woke up, she realised that she had been sexually assaulted, said a police officer.

(Source: Hindustan Times)

3. Man Found Dead: Kin Seek CBI Inquiry

The family of Pravish Chanam, a Manipuri resident who died in Noida last year, has demanded a CBI probe into his death.

Chanam had come to visit Delhi, and had been residing in Safdarjung with his friends. On 8 September 2017, he had gone to Knowledge Park in Noida to attend a music concert with his friends. He went missing after the concert, and was found dead a few days later.

(Source: The Indian Express)

4. Mangaluru Cabbie Slaps Woman for Objecting to Rash Driving

Police on Tuesday arrested a cab driver for allegedly assaulting a woman passenger who objected to his reckless driving.

The accused cab driver has been identified as Dayanand (30), a resident of Belthangady and currently staying in Attavar. Police have also seized his cab.

The incident took place on 11 March, when two women from Mumbai – the complainant Sharin Mantri and her friend Smitha Thackeray, the ex-daughter-in-law of Bal Thackeray – were in the city visiting temples and other places.

(Source: The Times of India)

5. Missing Man's Body Found With Stab Injuries

The body of a 23-year-old man, that had been eaten by animals, was found with stab injuries in south Delhi's Ambedkar Nagar, the police said today.

The deceased, Danish, used to work as a labourer at an under-construction building in South Extension. He had left home for work on 10 March but did not return home, they added.

Police said that he was addicted to smack and ganja and would often stay away from home for a couple of days.

"He would not return home for days and many a times, he would be found sleeping in the nearby jungle. The family assumed that it is his habit to stay away from home and did not file a complaint," said a senior police officer.

(Source: PTI)

6. Scolded for Harassing Women, Student Shoots Teacher Dead in Sonipat

A government college teacher in Sonepat’s Haryana was shot dead on Tuesday allegedly by a student whom he had reprimanded for harassing women.

This is the second incident where a teacher was attacked by a student in the state this year.

Jagmail, a second-year student of Shaheed Dalbir Singh College in Pipli village near Kharkhoda of the district, allegedly fired four times from a country-made weapon on Rajesh Malik when he was collecting an attendance register. The incident happened minutes after Malik arrived on the campus with his daughter and a relative, police said.

(Source: The Indian Express)

7. Goa Police Arrest Mumbai Couple for Duping

Calangute police arrested a husband-wife duo for allegedly duping the caretaker of a guest-house in Candolim of Rs 1,25,000 over a period of time. The guest-house is owned by film actor Meghna Naidu.

Inspector Jivba Dalvi said the complainant, Suhasini Raut, a resident of Orda, had on 26 February lodged a complaint of cheating against the duo, identified as Princeraj Chaviraj, 32, and Sharmil Dalal, 32, natives of Worli, Mumbai, alleging that they had duped her of Rs 1,25,000 on the pretext of providing jobs to her children, while staying at the guest-house.

(Source: The Times of India)

8. Four Killed After Consuming Spurious Liquor in Ghaziabad’s Khoda Colony

Four persons were killed and at least one admitted to a hospital in a critical condition after consuming suspected spurious liquor at Khoda colony in Ghaziabad on Monday night.

Four policemen posted in the area have been suspended in connection with the incident.

Police said all the victims were migrant labourers from UP and Bihar who had come to Ghaziabad for earning a livelihood and were residing at Khoda colony.

The four deaths took place between Monday night and Tuesday morning.

(Source: Hindustan Times)

9. Punjab: Congress Leader’s SUV Set on Fire, Gangster Booked for Intimidation

A wanted gangster has been booked for intimidation after an SUV belonging to Congress leader Inderjit Garg, who is president of Nihal Singh Wala Nagar Panchayat in district Moga, was set on fire while parked outside his residence at 3 am on Tuesday. Police has now filed an FIR against gangster Sukhpreet Singh alias Buddha Khosa of Sewewala gang and his unidentified accomplices and also provided security to Garg.

Garg alleges that he has been getting threat calls from Khosa, who is wanted in over a dozen cases. Garg claimed that his Toyota Innova was set on fire by the gangster’s men as he has refused to give the ransom they were demanding through WhatsApp calls since 1 March.

(Source: The Indian Express)

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