Rising for the sixth straight day, the rupee strengthened by 8 paise to 63.32 against the dollar in early trade on Tuesday at Interbank Foreign Exchange on sustained selling of the American currency by exporters and banks.

    Forex dealers said increased capital inflows as well as higher opening in the domestic equity supported the rupee. They said, however, greenback's strength against other currencies overseas capped the gains.

    The rupee had ended higher by 4 paise to 63.40 against the US currency in Monday's trade following consistent selling of dollar by banks and exporters.

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Delhi: 23-year-old designer nails obsessed lover

  • Karn Pratap Singh, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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  • Updated: Nov 07, 2012 02:58 IST

A 23-year-old graphic designer working with a shoe-manufacturing company preferred to identify and trace her obsessed lover herself rather than approaching police.
She had been receiving obscene messages on her official mobile phone in bulk every day for three months.

Her obsessed lover happened to be an employee in the company she works.

It was only after she confronted that colleague and he admitted to the crime that the victim lodged a complaint against him at the Rohini North police station.
A case under Section 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) of the IPC was registered against the accused, identified as Shiv Bahadur, who works in the clerical branch of the shoe manufacturing company in Udyog Nagar. He has been arrested, police said.

The victim's complaint says that she started receiving obscene SMSes on her company mobile phone from August 1. "The contents of the SMS were indecent so she took it lightly. But, when he started sending her as many as 20 SMSes in a day that she got worried and told her parents and collegues. They advised her to lodge a police complaint and change her mobile number, which I could not as it was her official number," said the senior officer.


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