Category: Crime - Page: 28

ONE DIES OF ELECTROCUTION IN SIIDCUL INDUSTRIAL AREA

PNS/Haridwar An employee in a company in SIIDCUL is suspected to have died of electrocution while he was working on Thursday. His body might have come into contact with a hanging live wire at the manufacturing site of the company, police said, adding that autopsy would make things clear.  The deceased has been identified as Preetam, 32, resident of Anneki village, Hetampur. ...

25 ARRESTED SO FAR BY COW PROTECTION SQUAD

Thursday, 11 January 2018 | PNS | Dehradun- Cow Protection Squad, formed  both in Kumaon and Garhwal range levels to protect cows while implementing Uttarakhand Protection of Cow Progeny Act, 2007 and Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960 effectively, have arrested 25 persons allegedly involved in cattle smuggling in the State. A total of 12 cases have been registered against the...

UGC ASKS CITY SP TO PROBE, TAKE ACTION

Thursday, 11 January 2018 | PNS | Haridwar- Acting sternly on a ragging complaint by two students of Uttarakhand Sanskrit University, the anti-ragging committee of University Grants Commission has asked the superintendent of police (City) to take action after conducting a thorough probe. The two students had demanded security, alleging they had been beaten and humiliated during ragging by another senior student....

PANDEY’S SUICIDE TO HAUNT BJP IN STATE

Wednesday, 10 January 2018 | PNS | Dehradun- The death of transporter Prakash Pandey has shaken the state unit of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The party is now on the damage control mode on the issue which has potential to inflict political losses to it.   The fact that the transporter blamed demonetisation and Goods and Services Tax (GST) for his miseries after...

WOMAN ARRESTED, POLICE CRACKS TWO CASES

PNS/ Pauri- The district police Chamoli claimed to have cracked   two cases on Monday-one related to a theft involving a mobile shop in Tapowan and a murder case with the arrest of an woman  from Haridwar who remained fugitive for the past two years. It is learnt that a Joshimath police team recovered mobiles stolen earlier based on the...

TWO KILLED IN NAGAR KIRTAN BY ASSAILANTS USING GUNS AND SWORDS

Monday, 08 January 2018 | PNS | Lalkuan- Two persons including one said to be an eyewitness in a murder case were killed when shots were fired and swords were used in a fight between two rival groups during a Nagar Kirtan procession taken out in Sitarganj on Sunday. The district police have deployed additional forces in the area to avoid escalation...

ALLEGED VICTIM NOT FOUND, CLEAN CHIT TO JWALAPUR SI

Monday, 08 January 2018 | Radhika Nagrath | Haridwar- In an alleged gangrape case registered against a police officer under the jurisdiction of Jwalapur police station, the police gave a clean chit to the officer on Sunday morning on the grounds that the purported victim of the alleged crime could not be found. Declaring it to be a fake case lodged by...

STATE COMMISSIONS HAIL HC RULING

Sunday, 07 January 2018 | PNS | Dehradun- The State Women Rights Commission and the State Child Rights Commission hailed the order of Uttarakhand High Court in which it asked the State Government to enact a law in three months to give capital punishment to all who are pronounced guilty for raping minor girls. The members of the two commissions lauded the...

TWO COPS SUSPENDED FOR VENTING IRE OVER PAY ANOMALIES

Friday, 05 January 2018 | PNS | Dehradun- The police brass has started clamping down heavily by suspending two of the police personnel who were venting their anger over pay anomaly  through the social networking sites under the guise of  ‘Mission Mahavrat’. Two of the dissenters have been suspended on Thursday and more would face the same if the personnel in uniform...

SIX ARRESTED FOR CARRYING POPPY HUSK

PNS/ Dehradun Acting on a tip-off, Special Task Force (STF), Uttarakhand has arrested six persons, including a woman, from Ramgarh Nayagoan in Patelnagar and recovered 38 kg poppy husk from their possession on Thursday. The accused have been identified as Kasim, Momeena, Mukaram, Chand, Abdul Salam and Saddam, all residents of Haridwar. STF had received a tip- off about...