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Live In Partner Murders Girlfriend Over Heated Argument, Arrested

In Mumbai, a live-in partner allegedly killed his girlfriend and hid her body in bed storage, confirmed police on February 15. The accused, identified as Hardik had a heated argument over household expenses and his unemployment with Megha, the victim, and in anger he murdered her. He fled the spot and sold some household stuff. However, before he could leave the city, the Mumbai Police arrested Hardik.

Wed, 15 Feb 2023 - 10:28 AM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Mumbai, Live In Couple, murder, arrested, Munbai Police

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School Going Youth Shot At By Unidentified Assailants In Ludhiana: Punjab

In Punjab's Ludhiana, a school-going youth (19) was shot at outside the Naulakha colony, confirmed police on June 26. As per sources, the incident happened on June 25 night, leaving the victim injured, who is currently being treated at a hospital. Furthermore, the police recovered empty cartridges and launched an investigation. The police are also scanning the available CCTV footage of the area, and yet to identify the accused.

Sun, 26 Jun 2022 - 12:10 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Shot, Ludhiana, Youth, Assailants, Munbai Police

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Man Loses Rs 9.5 Lakhs In Online Banking Fraud: Maharastra

A Thane man became a victim of cyber fraud and lost Rs 9.53 lakh. The amount was allegedly withdrawn from the bank account by an unknown fraudster, who posed as a customer service executive and asked the victim to download an app. Furthermore he asked personal information. Reported with the Maharashtra police, an investigation after the victim's complaint is has been started. 

Mon, 31 Jan 2022 - 11:48 AM / by Basharat Rashid

Tags: Fraud, bank account, victim, fraudster, Munbai Police

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Mumabi Police Issues Colour-coded Stickers For Essential Services Vehicles

To ensure smooth transportation of essential services, the Mumbai Police has introduced a color-coded sticker system for vehicles, effective from April 17. The step has been taken to eliminate the necessity of stopping all the vehicles at every checkpoint. The vehicles will be given three sets of colours to curb traffic jams as well as reduce the burden on the police.

Sun, 18 Apr 2021 - 02:12 PM / by Neha Sanjeev

Tags: Mumbai, Munbai Police, curfew, Traffic, Lockdown

Courtesy: The Indian Express