Man arrested in Rajasthan for making indecent remarks against late CDS Rawat
A man was arrested from Rajasthan for allegedly making indecent remarks against Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat who along with 12 others were killed when a Mi17V5 helicopter carrying them crashed near Coonoor in Tamil Nadu.
“The accused Javed Khan (21), a resident of Nazarbag road in the city, was arrested on Thursday,” SHO Kotwali police station of Tonk, Jitendra Singh said.
Khan was arrested for making derogatory remarks against General Bipin Rawat on social media, he said.
Four teams were formed to trace the accused, the officer said.
The accused was produced in a local court where the magistrate ordered to send him to judicial custody, he added.
The portals of Hemkund Sahib, one of the most revered shrines of the Sikh community, opened for devotees amid religious chants on Sunday Morning in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The Hemkund Sahib Yatra was affected due to the Covid 19 pandemic for the past two years but this time it is starting with a cap on the daily pilgrim influx. Last year, over 10,000 pilgrims visited the shrine compared to around 8,500 in 2020.
'Too much deadly gas… Do not light match, candle or anything… Be careful… hazardous gas' - words of warning found on an alleged suicide note (one of three) in Delhi's Vasant Vihar on Saturday evening, where a 55-year-old woman and hManju'stwo daughters were found dead in a chilling incident. There were also three small, scented candles. Police have said further inquiries are underway. Hindustan Times cannot independently verify these details at this time.
A six-year-old child fell into a 100-feet deep borewell at a village in Punjab's Hoshiarpur district on Sunday while playing in a field. A team of the National Disaster Relief Force and the Indian Army have arrived at the spot to bring the child out of the well. The incident took place in Khyala village of Hoshiarpur. According to reports, the child was playing in a field when a few stray dogs started chasing him.
A woman succumbed to 45-year-old Poonam Bhatia's injuries, while her son received severe injuries after a Scorpio vehicle in which they are travelling collided with the divider at north Delhi's Satyawati flyover on early Sunday morning, reported news agency PTI. The deceased has been identified as 45-year-old Poonam Bhatia, while her son, 21-year-old Vats, is reportedly still at Deep Chand Bandhu Hospital. The SUV was being driven by Vats. The car was crushed in front.
BENGALURU: Karnataka chief minister Basavaraj Bommai on Sunday left for Davos in Switzerland to take part in the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum where he is scheduled to meet industry leaders and others to help attract investments for the southern state. Bommai on Sunday said that the state attracted the highest share of foreign direct investment in the last quarter. The state government has also scheduled its global investors meet in November.