A 42-year-old man allegedly killed his wife since he doubted her character, here in Maharashtra, police said on Thursday.
The accused, Rupji Ahadi, a resident of Gholwad in Dahanu taluka in Palghar district, has been arrested and booked for murder, local police PRO Hemant Katkar said.
The man and his 40-year-old wife would have frequent quarrels as he suspected her character, Katkar said.
Visakhapatnam: Thick smoke emanated from a Crude Distillation Unit plant at Hindusthan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) refinery, earlier today. As per HPCL PRO,"Due to a technical snag, the crude distillation unit plant restarted.The situation was immediately brought under control".
Four men were rescued from a fire that broke out at an office complex in west Delhi's Furniture Market area on Thursday, a Delhi Fire Service official said.
The fire department said a call about the blaze was received at around 2 pm after which 12 fire tenders were rushed to the spot.
Four people were in the office complex when the fire broke out. However, they were rescued on time by the fire personnel and the blaze was also brought under control, a senior fire officer said.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today took an aerial survey of districts affected by the Cyclone Amaphan in the state.
Two naxals, carrying cash rewards on their heads, gunned down in encounter with security forces in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada: Police
Revised map (by Nepal) is a unilateral decision. All matters related to border issues with Nepal will be dealt with through talks, says MEA Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava
Kolkata airport back to operation from 12 PM today after Cyclone Amphan ravaged at wind speed of 130 kmph. First flight, a chartered plane landed at 1431 hrs for evacuation of stranded Russian nationals. First departure was SpiceJet cargo flight for Delhi:Kolkata airport statement
Cyclone Amphan' should be declared a national calamity, the CPI(M) demanded on Thursday and said people in West Bengal and Odisha need the support of the Centre.
The extremely severe cyclone 'Amphan' has left at least 12 people dead and ravaged Kolkata and several parts of West Bengal and Odisha.
An encounter between Dantewada DRG & Naxals took place near Tumnar today afternoon. In exchange of fire, 2 Naxals were killed. Bodies recovered along with 2 country made weapon,5 kg IED, 2 bags from spot: Dantewada Superintendent of Police Abhishek Pallav, Chhattisgarh
It has no adverse impact over West Bengal now. Very to very heavy rainfall is expected in Assam especially in western part and in Meghalaya. Arunachal Pradesh will also receive some rainfall at isolated places: Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, DGM, IMD on Cyclone Amphan
Terrorists fired upon a joint naka party of police and CRPF at Prichoo, Pulwama. 2 police personnel got injured in the incident, however, one of the injured succumbed to his injuries and attained martyrdom. Further details shall follow: Kashmir Zone Police
The contacts of the 3 men were analyzed & their movement was traced. It was found that they are hiding in the forest area of Sogam Lolab area. The area was cordoned off & they were arrested today in Kupwara. Arms&ammunition recovered. Probe underway: AS Dinkar, SSP Kupwara, J&K
NDRF teams are operational. We will continue to provide services till states (Odisha & West Bengal) require services that are expected to be required for a longer time in West Bengal: NDRF Chief SN Pradhan
India Meteorological Department's prediction regarding cyclone Amphan was accurate. All agencies working on the ground are grateful for it. Damages have been minimized due to the accurate prediction by the IMD: NDRF Chief SN Pradhan
The Union Cabinet Secretary held a meeting with the West Bengal & Odisha Chief Secretaries to estimate the damage & response, earlier today. Normalcy will return in the next 24 to 48 hours in Odisha: NDRF Chief SN Pradhan
Delhi: Visuals from the jewellery showroom near Rajendra Place, where fire broke out today. 12 fire tenders are present at the spot and trying to extinguish the fire. More details awaited.
So far, 72 deaths have been reported due to Cyclone Amphan: WB CM Mamata Banerjee.
I would request Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come and visit Cyclone Amphan-affected areas: WB CM.
One policeman was killed and another injured after terrorists attacked a joint party of Jammu & Kashmir Police and CRPF in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Thursday afternoon, officials said.
According to details terrorists attacked the joint team of police and 182 bn of CRPF at Sirnou crossing in Pulwama resulting in the injuries to two security forces personnel of which one succumbed to his injuries.
Additional reinforcements have reached the spot. Police have cordoned off the area and an operation has been launched to nab the attackers.
This is the second terror attack in Kashmir in last two days. On Wednesday two BSF jawans were killed after terrorists fired at them and snatched their weapons in Srinagar.
Terrorists attacked a joint team of police and CRPF in Pulwama of Jammu and Kashmir. Two jawans injured in the attack, area has been cordoned off and search is on: CRPF sources
NDRF teams are working in the cyclone affected parts. Top officials are closely monitoring the situation and also working in close coordination with the West Bengal government, says PM Modi.
In memory of my beloved father, Shri Rajiv Gandhi, who was martyred this day in 1991. He was a wonderful father; gentle, kind, compassionate & patient. I miss him. But he will always stay alive in my heart & in the wonderful memories I have of him.
Prayagraj: Fire breaks out at electronic market in Johnston Ganj. Police and fire tenders are present at the spot. Fire fighting operations are underway. More details awaited.
To be kind to those who are unkind to you; to know that life is fair, no matter how unfair you imagine it to be; to keep walking, no matter how dark the skies or fearsome the storm.
To nurture a strong heart, and fill it with love no matter how great it’s sorrows; these are the gifts of my father’s life. (last photo with father)
Within 2 hrs of opening, 1,49,025 tickets booked for first set of 73 special passenger trains to be operationalised from June 1: railways
Three members of a family, all women, were killed after their house caught fire in Paras village under Baberu Kotwali police station area here, police said on Thursday.
At least seven persons, including a six-year-old boy, were killed as a powerful cyclone battered Bangladesh, inundating many areas and damaging scores of houses, authorities said on Thursday.
Three newly recruited terrorists have been arrested by joint forces at Sogam of Kupwara district. Further investigation underway, says Jammu and Kashmir Police
Bharatiya Janata Party leader and Rampur councillor's husband Anurag Sharma has been shot dead in Aghapur area.
Late on Wednesday, Sharma was returning to his Jwala Nagar home on his scooty when unidentified assailants, who came on a motorbike, sprayed him with bullets. He was rushed to a nearby hospital but died on the way.
According to reports, Sharma had a criminal background and several cases were registered against him. His supporters vandalized the district hospital requiring more force to be deployed.
His wife Shalini Sharma is a BJP councilor in Rampur.
Inspector General Ramit Sharma is leading the probe. He has visited the spot and ordered three teams to be set up to track the assailants.
"We will arrest the accused at the earliest. The matter is being investigated," he told reporters.
Extremely severe cyclone 'Amphan' has killed at least 12 persons and ravaged Kolkata and several parts of West Bengal as it left behind a trail of destruction by uprooting trees, destroying thousands of homes and swamping low-lying areas of the state.
While a man and a woman were killed when trees came crashing down on them in North 24 Parganas district, a 13-year-old girl died in a similar incident in adjoining Howrah, officials said.
Three persons were killed in Hooghly and North 24 Paraganas districts due to electrocution, they said.
A woman and her seven-year-old son were killed in the Regent park area of Kolkata after a tree fell on them, the officials said.
They said a person was killed in Kolkata after being hit by a flying object during the storm.
Senior state officials said it was too early to estimate a toll on life or damage to property as the hardest hit areas were still not accessible.