Delhi Police Crime branch apprehended four notorious burglars. The burglars were nabbed after the Crime Branch received a tip-off that some burglars would gather at Siri Fort Road, and might commit a burglary or dacoity in the posh area of Hauz Khas. Acting upon the information, the police team conducted a raid and apprehended all the accused. The accused persons hail from Bangladesh. In the last few years they have settled illegally in many parts of India. Due to lack of education and greed for money they have started committing thefts. The accused committed several crimes across the country. They carried weapons with them. The accused used to reside on a rented room, away from the city. They have committed many burglaries in Faridabad, Jodhpur, Aurangabad, Gulbarga, Wapi, Bangaluru, Pune and Mumbai. Further investigation regarding the case is underway.
Description:England cricketers are infuriated over Bangladesh writer Taslima Nasrin’s now-deleted tweet on Moeen Ali. After reports floated that the Chennai Super Kings franchise removed the liquor brand logo from Moeen Ali’s jersey upon his request, Taslima Nasrin wrote on Twitter on Monday that if Moeen Ali was not stuck with cricket he would have joined ISIS in Syria.
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A man-eating tiger that has attacked many people has been transferred from Bardiya National Park to the Central Zoo in Jawalakhel of Lalitpur District in Nepal. The Nepal authorities took the tiger via road to Lalitpur from Bardiyawhich lies at distance of about 400 kilometers from capital Kathmandu. Earlier this week, the tiger attacked and killed a 34 year old mahout working for the Rhinoceros census at the Bardiya National Park. As per the official data, about 10 people already have fell prey to Panthera Tigris in recent years. Government officials said the increased tiger population in Nepal was one of the reasons behind the rise in tiger attacks on humans. Official data showed there were 87 tigers in 2018 in Bardiya National Park, compared to 50 in 2013.
Nepal and India have agreed to carry out a joint study on construction activities underway in and around the Mahakali River in Darchula district, Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali announced on Monday. Responding to the questions raised by lawmakers in Parliament, Minister Gyawali informed the meeting that both nations have formed a team to conduct the study and it will be deployed at the site on April 12. As per Gyawali, the Government of Nepal earlier also had sent a team led by the Chief Survey Officer of Darchula district to make a field study of the security wall being constructed by India on its side of Mahakali River on January 6 amid reports of encroachment. Gyawali informed the meeting that border experts from both countries are making the field study as per recommendations made by the team that it would be appropriate to find the exact measurement of the wall with the help of survey officials of both the countries and raise this issue with relevant Indian authorities. Addressing the meeting of the House of Representatives, lawmaker Badu claimed that around 25 hectares of Nepali land had turned into the riverbank on the Indian side of the border.
As the numbers of COVID cases continue to surge in Maharashtra, state capital on April 10 has gone under weekend lockdown. Streets in the city wear a deserted look as weekend lockdown is imposed in the city till 7 am on April 12. Weekend lockdown rule has started from toady and in absence of the requisite certificate, the offender will be fined an amount of ?1000. The city reported 9,200 new COVID-19 cases and 35 deaths on April 09.
Bollywood stars Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet and Guru Randhawa were snapped in film city, Mumbai. Actors stepped out wearing masks. Opting for unique look, Ranveer Singh was snapped at dubbing studio in Bandra. Ranveer is all set to be seen in '83'. 'Kedarnath' star Sara Ali Khan was clicked post gym session. Actress will make appearance in upcoming movie 'Atrangi Re'. Paps also clicked Rakul Preet and Guru Randhwara at Mumbai airport. Rakul is working on her next venture 'Indian 2'.
A European think-tank has urged the United Nations to hold Pakistan accountable for promoting terrorism and failing to live up to its legal and moral obligations towards its own people and the international community. During an intervention at the ongoing 46th session of UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Aaron Magunna, a research analyst at European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS) said, "In 2019 and 2020, following growing diplomatic pressure from the FATF and seemingly not driven by a genuine attempt to combat terrorism, Pakistan arrested Hafiz Saeed and Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, two UN-designated terrorists. These sham arrests exemplify Pakistan's double-edged approach towards terrorist activities: terrorism is patronized when strategically useful but opposed when it targets Pakistani interests". He added, "This is most apparent in Afghanistan, where Pakistan will now have to adapt to an at least partially Taliban-led government". Global terror watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) recently announced that Pakistan will continue to remain on its grey list due to failure to comply with all the points of a plan of action set by it to combat terror financing.
The Congress in Maharashtra on Wednesday slammed the Centre for rejecting the demand to open COVID-19 vaccination for more age groups and accused it of adopting a non-cooperative attitude towards the state, which is the worst hit by the pandemic in the country. State Congress president Nana Patole said the Centre and the BJP will have to face serious consequences if adequate doses of COVID-19 vaccines are not provided to Maharashtra, which is in the grip of a raging second wave of the pandemic. He said due to the Centre's indifferent attitude, only three states have completed vaccination of 5 percent of their total population. Watch the full video for more details.
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Two terrorists were eliminated in Jammu and Kashmir on March 28. Vijay Kumar, Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, said that Shopian police had received information about some terrorists hiding in a village, following which, a cordon was laid by police, Army, and CRPF. An encounter subsequently broke out in which a terrorist affiliated with Hizbul Mujahideen, and another linked to Lashkar-e-Taiba were killed. Kumar said that an AK47 rifle, a pistol, and an M4 rifle were recovered from the terrorists. The M4 carbine is widely used by US military personnel. Watch the full video for more.
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Updating on Shopian encounter, IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar informed that one Hizbul Mujahideen and one LeT terrorists were gunned down. "One HM terrorist Inatullah Shaikh and one LeT terrorist Adil Malik killed in the Shopian encounter. One AK-47 rifle and one M4 rifle recovered. Shaikh came to India from Pakistan last week. In this year, two M4 rifles have been recovered so far," said IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar.
While addressing a press conference in Srinagar on March 22, IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar informed that 19 terrorists have been eliminated this year, and four security forces personnel were killed. "As far as encounter SOP is concerned, security forces follow procedure. Result is the killing of 19 terrorists this year. There's been no civilian death," said Kumar. 4 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists were killed in today's encounter in JandK's Shopian.
All four terrorists who were killed in today's encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian belonged to Lashkar-e-Taiba, informed Kashmir IGP Vijay Kumar on March 22. One Army personnel was also injured and situation is under control now, he further informed.
France's National Assembly on Tuesday approved legislation designed mainly to counter a rise in Islamism in towns and cities which the government says threatens national unity. Flora Bradley-Watson reports.