Actor and philanthropist Sonu Sood has won hearts again after he arranged oxygen cylinder for cricketer Suresh Raina's aunt in ten minutes as he promised. Raina on May 6 had tweeted the details, tagging UP CM Yogi Adityanath, for any leads on medical assistance for his aunt in Meerut. Coming across the tweet, the actor immediately responded with, "Oxygen cylinder reaching in 10 mins bhai."
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Uttar Pradesh's Meerut Police on April 3 shot a gangrape accused while he tried to escape police custody after snatching pistol. Reportedly, two among the four accused who were arrested attempted escape while the police was on the way to court. However, the police apprehended both and rushed the injured accused Lakhan to hospital. Notably, the rape victim died as she was forced to consume poison after being raped.… read-more
Taking an innovative step, a man has converted his 30 bighas of farmland into a rural getaway in Uttar Pradesh. Hastinapur-based Ajay Malik had decided to make a weekend rural getaway to give the feel of rural touch for the tourists. With a boat in an artificial pond and rural houses, the getaway resembles life in villages at a very minimal charge of Rs 50 per tourist.
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In a dreadful incident, a baby girl was found abandoned on the roadside in Uttar Pradesh' Meerut district after being stuffed in three gunny bags. However, the baby was rescued when the passers by heard her crying. The rescuers called the police and the infant was rushed to a hospital, where she is recovering. A video of the incident has also went viral where people can be seen taking out the baby from the sacks.
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A family in Meerut was surprised when they discovered bags of cash and jewellery on their roof. One of the members, Varun Sharma immediately informed the police. Cops found that the cash belonged to Varun's neighbour Pawan Singhal, which was robbed by his ex-domestic helper. Allegedly, the worker Raju Nepali looted his belongings and absconded after sharing a few with the security guard. The guard is under custody for further probe.
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An illegal arms manufacturing unit was raided by Uttar Pradesh police on September 14 in Meerut. "Two persons have been arrested who were involved in manufacturing of weapons," said SSP Meerut Ajay Sahni. He told that one accused, identified as Sameer, is wanted by special cell of Delhi Police. He further informed that more than 70 weapons have been recovered from the accused.… read-more
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Over 1.5 lakh illegally printed NCERT books worth Rs 50 crore were seized in Meerut on August 21. The illegally printed NCERT books were sold in the black market causing a big loss to NCERT. The raid was put through by a team of Military Intelligence (MI), UP Special Task Force (STF) and the local police. The police have arrested 22 workers, including the supervisor. Sachin Gupta the owner, fled before the police's arrival.
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A family of four on a bike, lost their balance and met with an fatal accident on their way back to Meerut during on Tuesday July 14. The woman (Parveen) and her 2 sons- Rihan (6) and Faizan (3) were run over by an oncoming truck, killing them instantly. Fortunately, the husband (Asif) survived and is hospitalized. The police is looking for the truck driver who absconded.
Video showcasing a Doctor providing Coronavirus Negative report for an amount of Rs 2,500 in Meerut's Private Hospital goes viral on social media and now has become a cause of concern for Health and Administration officials. FIR has been filed against the management at Lisadi Gate Police station. Furthermore, the District Magistrate has recommended to cancel the Licence and a probe has been ordered by Rajkumar Saini, CMO, Meerut.
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'Samples taken away by monkeys do not include COVID-19 swab test samples': Medical College clarifies
A monkey tribe taking away the blood samples of suspected Covid-19 patients after attacking a lab technician at Meerut Medical College was reported on May 29. The principal of Meerut Medical College, SK Garg have clarified the "sample taken away by monkeys do not include Covid-19 swab test samples."