QCrime: BCCI Chief’s Grandson Held for Rash Driving & more

QCrime: BCCI Chief’s Grandson Caught for Rash Driving & more

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1. BCCI Chief’s Grandson Caught for Rash Driving, Assaults Cops

BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya’s 16-year-old grandson was booked for allegedly assaulting the Kolkata traffic Police last night when they asked for his driver’s license. He was caught for rash driving.

The incident occurred on Wednesday night when the class 10 student was returning from Salt Lake stadium with his friends. He was produced before the Juvenille Justice Board today.

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2. String of rapes, sexual crimes in Gurgaon

In a string of sexual crimes in Gurgaon, a 35-year-old woman was gang-raped, two women were sexually assaulted, a 10-year-old boy was sodomised, and three women were molested, police said on Thursday.

A 35-year-old woman from Jaurasi village near Tauru was gang-raped in a city guest house by three men, who took her there on the pretext of giving her a job on Wednesday.

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3. Cop Hostage, 20 Police Vans Chase Truck in Delhi

Cops in 20-odd vehicles chased a truck for over 4km through central Delhi on Wednesday night, firing repeatedly at the rogue vehicle in a bid to rescue a traffic constable who was abducted by the truck’s occupants from a Shankar Road check point.

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4. Man Beaten up by Four Women - Said to be Aam Aadmi Party Members

A man was allegedly beaten up by four women – said to be members of the Aam Aadmi Party – in west Delhi’s Sagarpur when he and few others had gone to the party office seeking help over water crisis in the area.

The man, Vivek Pandey, had earlier contested as an independent candidate for the Delhi Assembly elections in 2015 from the Dwarka constituency. The seat is currently held by Aam Aadmi Party MLA Adarsh Shastri.

Read more on The Indian Express

5. Delhi women Recall Goa Horror: ‘They Gave us Alcohol Instead of Water’

Two women allegedly gangraped in Goa made disturbing revelations in their statements to the police on Thursday.

The two Delhi-based women, aged 34 and 28, were allegedly abducted on Monday night in Goa by men posing as officers from the CID and the narcotics department. They were held captive and sexually assaulted for over 18 hours, before the Goa police rescued them a day later.

They were stripped and forced to hold drugs before their videos were shot, according to a statement by one of them.

Read more on Hindustan Times

6. AP Conmen Arrested for Attempting to Dupe Bengaluru Businessman

The South-East Division police have nabbed three conman from Andhra Pradesh for trying to dupe a Bengaluru-based businessman by offering to convert blank papers with Rs. 1000 currency notes using export quality chemical.

The accused Rajesh from Kadapa, Prasad from Prakasham District and Domodharan from Chittur would lure people by giving demos on converting a blank white sheet of paper into crisp currency note of Rs. 1000 denomination.

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7. Mumbai crime: Thieves try to sell laptop on website, nabbed by GRP

Officials from Kurla Government Railway Police (GRP) arrested a gang of four thieves for stealing a laptop from a Badlapur-bound train and trying to sell it via OLX.

Posing as buyers, the cops asked the thieves to come to Sandhurst Road station on the night of May 30 to hand over the gadget and nabbed them from there.

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8. Actor, Boyfriend Held on Charge of Duping Investors

Actor Leena Paul and her boyfriend Sukesh Chandrashekhar, out on bail after being arrested for allegedly cheating a Chennai bank of Rs. 19 crore in 2013, have been held by the Mumbai Police on the charge of duping close to 1,000 investors to the tune of Rs. 10 crore.

Read more on The Hindu

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