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Watch Video: Two ‘Posh’ Women Robbed Smart Phone At Mobile Shop In Mumbai

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Two ‘posh’ women who posed as a customer at a mobile store robbed a box-packed mobile from Neel Telecom Shop, Mulund East.
They were caught in the act by CCTV camera. CCTV footage of the incident available, Today evening incident

A shocking incident come to notice on Monday when Two ‘posh’ women entered a Neel Telecom mobile Shop and stole a high-end mobile phone in Mulund East, Mumbai. The incident recorded on a CCTV camera and it occurred around 4.30 pm in the evening. By looking at the video, it is clear that these two women are trained thief and stole the phone in a style.

One of the women has started talking to a shop’s employee so that his focus remains on her. Whereas, the other woman in the nick of time, stole the phone from the other side. By looking at them in the video, they seem from a high society and no one could even doubt on them. But, the CCTV footage tells the story in a crystal clear way.

 

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Navi Mumbai ex-cop nabbed for killing one son, injuring the other

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A retired Assistant Sub-Inspector of Navi Mumbai Police was arrested early Tuesday on charges of allegedly shooting two of his sons, of whom one has succumbed, officials said here.

The incident happened on Monday evening at their Airoli home, where the accused — retired ASI Bhagwan Patil, 73, lives with his oldest son and other family members.

On Monday, he had invited his two other sons Vijay, 33, living in Vasai in Palghar and and Sujay, 31, living nearby in Navi Mumbai, to discuss certain family issues.

Just then, during some argument, the retired policeman whipped out his licensed revolver and fired at least three rounds at his sons.

While Vijay took 2 bullets one each in his abdomen and shoulder, one grazed past Sujay, even as the incident created a sensation in the area.

Vijay was rushed to Indravati Hospital in a critical condition where he succumbed late last night during treatment.

The Navi Mumbai Police, which had detained the accused and confiscated the weapon, on Tuesday arrested Patil and invoked charges of murder, attempt to murder under Indian Penal Code, besides the Arms Act, etc.

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Amethi woman dies after alleging rape by doctors

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A 40-year-old woman who was allegedly raped and beaten by doctors and medical staff at a Lucknow hospital from where she was discharged, has died.

Family members of the deceased said she died on Sunday while being taken to another hospital in the state capital.

The daughter of the deceased had approached Union minister Smriti Irani, who was on a visit to Amethi on Saturday, after the police refused to pay heed to her.

Amethi District Magistrate Arun Kumar constituted a team on Irani’s instructions to probe the allegations.

The woman said her mother was admitted to the Amethi Joint District Hospital, Gauriganj, on June 6, as she was unwell, but her condition deteriorated, and she was referred to the Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences in Lucknow.

She alleged that her mother was initially kept in the emergency ward of the Lucknow hospital and then shifted to a bed on the fourth floor but no family members were allowed to visit her.

The daughter claimed that when she finally was allowed to meet her mother after repeated requests, she found out her condition was critical.

She alleged that her mother told her she was beaten up and raped by doctors and staff.

A spokesperson of the Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Institute, however, refuted the allegations.

“No such allegation of rape of a woman has been reported and no complaint has been received. If there is a complaint, an inquiry will be conducted,” he said.

The woman further said her mother was discharged from there on Friday night in an unconscious state and again admitted to the Gauriganj district hospital.

She informed Irani about the incident the next day, after which the MP spoke to the district magistrate, superintendent of police and the chief medical officer of Amethi.

Medical Superintendent of Amethi Joint District Hospital, Gauriganj, P.K. Upadhyay said the woman was being shifted to a hospital in Lucknow as she had developed black fungus, but she died on the way.

District Magistrate Arun Kumar said an inquiry committee was set up comprising the Gauriganj deputy collector, the deputy superintendent of police and the ACMO, and action will be taken after the committee hands in a report.

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6 held under anti-conversion law in Uttar Pradesh

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A cleric and a barber are among six, who have been booked under the Uttar Pradesh Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Ordinance, 2020 for surreptitiously conducting the circumcision ceremony of two minor boys, below 12 years old.

The incident took place on Saturday in Shahbad area of Rampur.

Members of the Hindu Jagran Manch (HJM) came to know of the ceremony and accompanied police to the house of one Mahfooz, a truck driver. His parents and the barber were arrested. A hunt is on for the others.

According to additional SP (ASP) Sansar Singh, the boys’ mother, a non-Muslim resident of Uttarakhand, had lost her husband, a truck driver, in a road accident last month. She recently moved in with Mahfooz, a bachelor, and his family at Bairua village in Shahbad area.

She changed her name to Gulistaan.

The ASP said, “The FIR in this case has been registered by us as the boys are minors and their conversion was against the law, so we took cognizance after coming to know about the incident.

“We have booked Mahfooz, his parents, his brother-in-law who organized the ceremony, the cleric who conducted the conversion ceremony and the barber who performed the circumcision.”

They have been booked under IPC section 324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means) along with provisions of the Prohibition of the Unlawful Conversion of Religion Act, 2020.

The provisions of the Act require individuals seeking to convert and religious convertors (who perform the conversion) to submit an advance declaration of the proposed religious conversion to the district magistrate. Thereupon, the district magistrate must conduct a police inquiry into the intention, purpose, and cause of the proposed conversion. However, in this case, the norms were not followed.

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