5 associated with terror outfits held after shootout in east Delhi, say police
Five men belonging to different terrorist organisations have been apprehended after a shootout in east Delhi on Monday, the Delhi Police’s special cell said. The exchange of fire took place in the national capital’s Shakarpur area around 7am.
Two of those held are from Punjab while three are from Kashmir, deputy commissioner of police of the special cell Pramod Kushwaha said. “The operation happened around 7am in the Shakarpur area. The five were caught after an exchange of bullets with our special cell officials. We have recovered weapons and other incriminating materials from them,” he added.
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On being asked about the identities of the apprehended persons and the terror groups they are associated with, the Kushwaha said that the investigation is at an early stage and all information related to the suspects is being verified.
The group was backed by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence for narcoterrorism, Kushwaha told ANI.
Mumbai: Two brothers were arrested on Sunday for allegedly sexually assaulting a 20-year-old woman at knifepoint. Dharavi police station, PI, Pradeep Salekar said, “The two brothers entered the house in a broad daylight and raped her at knifepoint. The woman had come to Mumbai just two months ago.” Cops then arrested Nilesh Chauhan, 20, a resident of Vile-Parle and his brother Anil Chauhan, 19. The accused had come for a relative's marriage in Dharavi and stayed there for three days.
Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU) organised a monthly seminar for dairy farmers to tackle different diseases in livestock owing to imbalance in nutrients. The seminar was held at Farmer Information Centre of the university and 45 farmers associated with Progressive Livestock Farmers Association participated in the seminar. Professor Dr Parminder Singh shared information for keeping input costs at a minimum level. The next seminar that will be held on June 9.
Pune reported the warmest day of May this year as Shivajinagar recorded day temperature of 40.8 degrees Celsius, 4.1 degrees warmer than normal, on Monday. Along with Shivajinagar, Lohegaon reported day temperature at 40.5 degrees Celsius, which was also 3.5 degrees warmer than normal, on Monday. On Sunday, parts of Vidarbha reported heatwave-like conditions. The highest maximum temperature reported across Maharashtra on Monday was at 44.1 degrees Celsius at Akola in Vidarbha.
In a bid to observe law and order situation and get first-hand opinion of public regarding cops and their working, SSP Prayagraj Ajay Kumar is visiting parks and other public places these days and interacting with common people. The senior cop is visiting parks and places where morning walkers arrive in large numbers. He said he visited Cariappa Road on Monday and interacted with many morning walkers there.
To promote and publicise different dimensions of yoga and its benefits, ministry of Ayush, Government of India, celebrated its 63rd Yoga Mahotsav on Monday in association with its certification body— PQMS Quality Services Private Ltd— at Nehru Rose Garden. Yoga Mahotsav is being celebrated in 100 cities for 100 days through 100 institutions. It started on March 13 and will conclude on June 21, the International Day of Yoga.