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Ludhiana: Shop owners to keep record of sale of army, police uniforms

To ensure law-and-order situation and prevent crime in the city, joint commissioner of police (JCP, city) Saumya Mishra on Tuesday issued orders to shopkeepers selling police, homeguard, paramilitary and army uniforms to keep a record of the sale and identity of the buyer

The JCP ordered that shopkeepers will have to take a photograph, identity proof and contact number of the buyers. (HT File Photo)
Updated on May 16, 2023 11:42 PM IST
By, Ludhiana

Traffic cops collect 1.18 crore fine, register 404 FIRs against wrong-side drivers in 20 days

Mumbai traffic police collected ?1.18 crore in fines and issued challans to 34,677 motorists for wrong-side driving violations. They seized 3,982 licenses and 461 vehicles.

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Updated on May 01, 2023 12:41 AM IST
ByMegha Sood

‘Vengeful’ man arrested for sending Sadak-2 actor to Sharjah with drugs in audition prop

During the probe, the crime branch officials learnt that Paul is the mastermind and wanted to take revenge on the actor’s mother - Premila Pereira therefore he along with Ravi hatched a plan to frame her daughter and sent her to UAE carrying a trophy stuffed with drugs - purportedly for the audition of an international web-series

‘Vengeful’ man arrested for sending Sadak-2 actor to Sharjah with drugs in audition prop
Updated on Apr 25, 2023 12:31 AM IST
ByManish K Pathak

NRI settled in New Zealand arrested in loan fraud case

Anil Gaikwad, a 41-year-old man settled in New Zealand, was arrested by Mumbai's EOW for his role in a car loan fraud case registered nine years ago. Gaikwad had taken a loan of ?10 lakhs for purchasing a Toyota Innova car and submitted a fake Registration Certificate (RC) to the bank which later turned out to be the number of a Maruti Suzuki Swift car. In all, 16 loans were taken in which the bank was cheated to the tune of ?1.57 crores.

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Updated on Apr 16, 2023 01:02 AM IST
ByVinay Dalvi

Khatri had threatened Solanki 3 days before suicide, police tell special court

IIT-Bombay student Arman Iqbal Khatri has had his police custody extended for two days over charges of abetting his batchmate Darshan Solanki's suicide. Khatri had allegedly threatened Solanki with a paper cutter after being abused over his religion. Solanki killed himself three days later. Solanki's phone has been sent for a forensic test, and statements from other students are to be recorded. Khatri's phone has also been sent for analysis. The court has been set up to deal with cases under the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

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Updated on Apr 14, 2023 12:49 AM IST
By, Mumbai
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