1. Man Dies After Acid Attack, Woman Injured in MaharashtraA man died and a woman accompanying him suffered severe burn injuries after some people threw acid at them on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway in Palghar, the police said today.The incident occurred on Tuesday night when the two were on their way to Dahisar, a northern suburb of Mumbai, the police said. The man was identified as 41-year-old Avinash Tiwari, they said."After having dinner at a hotel on the highway, the duo was returning to Dahisar on a motorcycle. When they were waiting to cross the road at Versova bridge near a petrol pump, some unidentified people attacked them with acid," senior inspector of Valiv police station, Vilas Chowgule, said.(Source: NDTV)2. Woman, Child Found Dead in Delhi's Prem NagarThe bodies of a woman and her four-year-old son were found at their rented accommodation in Central Delhi's Prem Nagar Thursday evening, police said.The woman has been identified as Roopa Devi (26) and the child as Rocky. The bodies were found on the floor and the woman's throat was slit, they said.It is suspected that Devi was strangulated and then her throat was slit. The child, it seems was hanged, police said, adding that the woman's husband and brother-in-law have been questioned.(Source: NDTV)Didn’t Take Her Own Life, She Was Murdered: Payal Tadvi’s Family3. Anti-Terror Agency Busts Interstate Fake Currency Gang, 2 ArrestedA National Investigation Agency (NIA) team has busted an interstate Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) gang and arrested two people responsible for wide circulation of fake currency notes in Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.Based on a reliable input an operation was launched at Gurugram in Haryana resulting into the seizure of fake Indian currency notes with a face value of Rs. 1.20 crore.The fake currency notes were all of the denomination of Rs 2,000.The two people arrested are Kasim and Waseem, who belong to Mewat, Haryana.(Source: NDTV)4. Property Dealer, Bystander Killed as Rivals Go on Shooting, Stabbing SpreeA three-year-old fight between two neighbours culminated in the murders of a property dealer and a bystander in North East Delhi’s Jyoti Nagar on Wednesday night, police said. The 26-year-old property dealer, Govind Bhati, was shot multiple times and then stabbed till he died.“My brother’s body was unidentifiable. There was hardly any part of his body left that did not have stab wounds,” said Bhati’s cousin, Ramu.Police said that a bystander, 22-year-old Akash Verma, received one gunshot wound to his neck. But his older brother, Vinod, claimed that Akash was shot multiple times and also stabbed. “The killers must have thought that Akash was among their targets, ” said Vinod.(Source: Hindustan Times)Woman inspector murdered in police transit hostel5. Nair Hospital Suicide Case: 2 More Doctors ArrestedAgripada police arrested the two absconding doctors who have been accused of abetting the suicide of Dr Payal Tadvi, a 26-year-old postgraduate medical student of BYL Nair Hospital. Dr Ankita Khandelwal and Dr Hema Ahuja were arrested on Wednesday morning.Later, they were produced before a special court for cases registered under the Scheduled Castes and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act along with Dr Bhakti Mehare, the third accused who was arrested on Tuesday. The three have been remanded in police custody till Friday.Dr Khandelwal, Dr Ahuja and Dr Mehare have been charged under section 306 (abetting suicide) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), sections of the Scheduled Caste and Tribes Atrocities Act, the Anti-Ragging Act and the Information Technology Act, 2000.(Source: Hindustan Times)6. Three Uber Representatives Booked for Defrauding Firm of Rs 3.19 CrThree men were booked, on Wednesday, for allegedly colluding with registered drivers of cab aggregator Uber and defrauding the company of Rs 3.19 crore by transferring the amount without authorisation.The accused — identified as Sumaila Husen, 27, from Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, Aman Saini, 21, from Sonipat and Umesh Kumar, 23, from Rewari in Haryana — made fraudulent payments to 183 registered drivers against a share in the payout, the police said on Thursday.A complaint in this regard was lodged by the general manager of Uber in October last year and an investigation was carried out by Economic Offences Wing (EOW), with which the company had shared evidence, such as bank account details and transaction slips.(Source: Hindustan Times)8 Booked for Trying to Rape Differently-Abled Woman & Killing Son7. Delhi: Students’ Union Head ‘Kills Himself’President of Ram Lal Anand College Students’ Union Utkarsh Sharma (22) allegedly committed suicide at his home in Nanakpura Thursday.DCP (South West) Devender Arya said Sharma’s body was found inside his room.“His brother Udit Sharma said his father had taken the family to UP and Utkarsh was alone in the house. Utkarsh didn’t answer when his father called around 10:45 am, and his brother rushed from Palam and found the house locked from inside. He broke into the house and found Utkarsh hanging,” said Arya. He said no suicide note was recovered.(Source: The Indian Express)8. Girl Beaten up by Faridabad Cops Has Gone Missing from Home ThriceA girl who was beaten with a belt by Faridabad Police personnel at a park last year is 18 years old and went missing from her home last October, weeks after the assault, her family has told The Indian Express.Police have been looking for her after a video emerged three days ago showing the assault, which took place on 4 October last year. The accused, two head constables and three special police officers, have been sacked and arrested.According to the girl’s family, this is the third time she has gone missing, and each time a police FIR was filed. According to the FIRs, the first time was on 10 October, 2017. Her brother said she disappeared when she had gone to the fields with their father.(Source: The Indian Express)Medical Report Rules Out Rape of Kashmiri Girl, FSL Doesn’t Budge9. Delhi: Gambling Racket Busted, Say Cops; Family Claims ManhandledTension erupted in Shahdara district’s Gandhi Nagar on the night of 21 May, after police raided a home in the locality where a gambling racket was allegedly being run.However, the family denied the allegations and claimed that police officers “beat up six members of the family, including an elderly woman and a minor”.DCP (Shahdara) Meghna Yadav said, “On 21 May , we got information that gambling was going on at Ishrat Ali’s house. We procured a search warrant and a raiding team in civil clothes, including women staff, was formed. Our staff searched for the accused nearby as they had fled. Locals gathered and got aggressive and started pelting stones. Some of them even damaged the ACP and SHO’s gypsy; six police personnel received injuries.”(Source: The Indian Express) We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. 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