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One held for killing 60-year-old man for refusing him 1 lakh loan in Ghaziabad

A man was arrested for killing a 60-year-old Hapur resident in January allegedly to steal money using his ATM card after he refused to give him a ?1 lakh loan. The suspect has been identified as Somveer Singh, and his accomplice, Sonu Singh, is on the run. They buried the victim's body in a farm in Kapoorpur.

The suspect has been identified as Somveer Singh (35), a native of Bhojpur, Ghaziabad, who was living on rent in Kapoorpur village of Hapur. (Sakib Ali/HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 25, 2023 10:38 PM IST
By, Ghaziabad

Couple steals newborn boy from Ludhiana civil hospital; held

The accused stole the child to sell him for ₹5 lakh; woman was caught on camera while executing the crime; the child has been handed over to the family

Couple steals newborn boy from Ludhiana civil hospital; held
Updated on Apr 18, 2023 02:03 AM IST
By, Ludhiana

Under new policy, state caps sand price at 600 per brass for a year

Maharashtra cabinet clears policy for govt to mine and sell sand from its depots, aiming to reduce sand prices and lower construction costs.

Thane, India - January 21, 2023: Two illegal mining barges and two suction pumps seized and destroyed as part of a special drive against sand mafia and illegal dredging worth <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>50 lakh by Thane Tehsil and Sub-Divisional Office, at Retibunder, on Ghodbunder Road, in Thane, India, on Saturday, January 21, 2023. (Praful Gangurde/HT Photo) (HT PHOTO)
Updated on Apr 06, 2023 12:34 AM IST
By, Mumbai

OnePlus upgrades camera and fast-charge features with Nord CE 3 Lite 5G

It is never an easy pick with a smartphone around the ₹20,000 price point. The OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite 5G is one of the easier picks, if you want a good camera and robust battery with fast charging

The OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite 5G. (Vishal Mathur/ HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 05, 2023 01:59 PM IST

HC imposes 10 lakh compensatory cost on developer for delay in handing over flat

A Mumbai-based developer has been ordered to pay a compensation cost of INR10 lakh ($13,600) after appealing against a directive from the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority to pay interest to a buyer for delayed delivery of a flat. The Bombay High Court upheld the directive and ordered the court receiver to take possession of the property and hand it over to the buyer. However, the developer has not received an occupancy certificate, so the buyer can only use the flat for fit-out purposes and not as a residence.

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Updated on Apr 05, 2023 12:36 AM IST
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