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Five chain snatchers arrested, gold seized

VIJAYAWADA: Sleuths of Central Crime Station (CCS) on Friday arrested five chain snatchers and recovered gold ornaments worth around Rs. 40,000, two mobile phones and two bikes from their possession. The accused – D. Narasimha Raju, V. Sai Babu, S.K. Dada, D. Sirish Babu and G. Satish Kumar – all natives of Krishna district were involved in several offences under Vijayawada City Police Commissionerate limits in the last few months.

Journalists’ arrested in Karnataka: probe under way

Kalaburagi: Sleuths of the Internal Security Wing continued questioning three journalists, including the editor of a local Urdu daily in Kalaburagi, on Friday at an undisclosed location in Kalaburagi. However, senior officials told that they are yet to establish or find any substantial information or evidence against the three, who were picked up after the arrest of 22-year-old Mohammed Hussain in Belagavi on Tuesday night.

Couple approach police to trace missing son

Chennai: The parents of a software engineer working with Hewlett Packard GlobalSoft Pvt. Ltd., Guindy, in flood-hit Chennai have approached the city police here with a request to trace him. Their 22-year-old son Pramod, is stated to be missing and untraceable since December 1.

ACB arrests civilian in corruption case in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: In an unusual case of corruption, the Telangana Anti-Corruption Bureau officials on Wednesday arrested a man from Kolkata after he collected Rs. 10 lakh from a Government employee promising to stop an “inquiry by ACB” against the latter. The tainted sum was recovered from Amith Khetawath after catching him near South India Shopping Mall in Gachibowli, the ACB Deputy Director Umamaheshwara Sharma said. The accused approached R.G.

PDS rice, kerosene seized

Bodi: Ration goods, including 300 kg of rice and 20 litres of kerosene, were seized from a person, S. Murugan (60) of Kuppinaickanpatti in Bodi, during a surprise raid near Mundhal check-post near here on Wednesday. He was arrested. Acting on tip off, a special police team seized rice bags and the kerosene in a container, hidden under a bush near the check-post. The police are also in search of another person, Michael alias Chinnavan of Pooparai in Kerala.

Police service not just another job: Former Commissioner

Mumbai: The city’s much admired former police commissioner Julio Ribeiro, released his autobiography, Bullet for Bullet, at the Azad Maidan Police Station’on Wednesday. First published by Penguin in 2000, the book is being republished by the Pune based Chinar Publishers in both English and Marathi. “I was asked why are you doing this release? I just wanted more copies frankly. People would ask me about my book and there were no copies available.

Police remand for BSF personnel

Delhi: A Delhi court on Monday remanded BSF Head Constable Abdul Rasheed to police custody for seven days in an espionage case. The Crime Branch of the Delhi Police had arrested him on Sunday at Rajouri in Jammu and Kashmir for allegedly providing intelligence to the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Sanjay Khanagwal remanded him to police custody till December 7. Earlier, the Crime Branch produced Rasheed before the court.

Police stations to tap solar power

Solar power is poised to electrify select police stations with the State police department deciding to use this renewable energy. The department has identified 24 police stations in the Central Zone encompassing eight districts in which solar plants would be installed to harness solar power to meet the energy requirements.

Two police stations get new buildings

MAdurai: Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Monday opened the new buildings for Mathichiyam police station and All Women Police station, Town, through videoconferencing. While Mathichiyam police station was functioning on a rented building, the AWPS, Town, was housed in a temporary building on Crime Branch premises. Mathichiyam police station building, with 3,512 square feet of plinth area, had been constructed on a 4,500 square feet land at a cost of Rs. 55 lakh.

Police conduct combing operations in forests bordering Kerala

Coimbatore: Armed police personnel were involved in intensive vehicle check at Mangarai Checkpost, near Anaikatty. They stopped and searched vehicles that were entering and leaving Kerala. In addition to the local police, Tamil Nadu Special Police personnel were also involved in conducting combing operations in the forests close to Kerala. The combing operation was conducted with the help of Forest Department personnel.

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