Pune physiotherapist in custody for allegedly raping college student
PUNE: A 30-year-old physiotherapist from Lonikalbhor has been arrested by Pune police for allegedly raping a 20-year-old college student in Pune.
The incident happened on Thursday night after the two were returning from dinner at a restaurant in Kharadi. The man was driving and stopped the car at a secluded spot where he assaulted her. The man was produced in court on Saturday.
“They knew each other for the past 10 days. We have arrested the man and he is in police custody till Wednesday,” said senior inspector Sunil Jadhav of Chandannagar police station.
A case under Section 376 (rape) of Indian Penal Code was registered at Chandannagar police in the matter.
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The Central Groundwater Authority issued a notification stating that it is mandatory to obtain a no-objection certificate from the agency by June 30 for the purpose of drawing water from bore wells located in residential societies and group housing societies. End users who fail to obtain a NOC from the agency by June 30 will have to pay Rs10,000 each as permission fees for drawing water from these bore wells.
The Pune Regional Transport Office has completed a first-of-its-kind inspection and 'accreditation grading' programme of all driving schools in the Pune division, and submitted a detailed report to the state transport commissioner's office on Thursday. The Pune RTO inspected 218 driving schools and awarded grades (A, A, B, B and C) based on various parameters. However, no driving school was able to score an A grade.