Fraudster tries to curry favors using WhatsApp image of Chandigarh councilor
A Chandigarh administration official reported to police that the impostor contacted him via WhatsApp, claiming to be the UT adviser
In another case of impersonation of high-level authorities via WhatsApp, a fraudster tried to defraud a UT administration official by impersonating UT adviser Dharam Pal .
An official reported to police that the impostor contacted him via WhatsApp, claiming to be the UT adviser. Via text, the accused claimed he was attending a crucial meeting and needed a favor. Without further correspondence, the official alerted the police, who registered a file and launched an investigation to identify the accused.
Kolkata is witnessing a zero shadow moment
Explaining the phenomenon, astrophysicist Debiprosad Duari said: “People and any object, anywhere in the world, sojourning between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn lose their shadows, albeit momentarily, twice a year. These two moments are called moments of zero shadow.” This occurs when the sun is directly overhead.
‘It happens at rallies too’: TMC MP amid alleged crowd mismanagement at KK concert
The Bengali actor-turned-TMC MP Dev’s statement comes after Kolkata Police Chief Vineet Goyal said on Friday that there was no situation at the KK concert where attendees were running out of space. He added, however, that the police were introducing measures to prevent overcrowding and to provide emergency medical aid if needed. Goyal also said that at no time had KK been mobbed, with a police arrangement under an assistant commissioner in place long before the singer arrived in Nazrul Mancha.
Bombay: a man sentenced to death for sexually assaulting and killing a minor in 2019
When delivering the verdict, the POCSO Special Court said the accused could not be allowed to remain in society because, once released, he risked repeating the same offence. The court also refused to grant clemency to the defendant, saying such a man who abused underage girls one after another did not deserve the same.
‘Not his wedding album yet’: Bank manager killed at J&K married 3 months ago
Vijay Kumar Beniwal’s father, Om Prakash Beniwal, who is a public school teacher in Nohar tehsil of Hanumangarh, said: “I spoke to him last night. Today at 11 a.m. while I was eating someone called me and told me that there was news on TV that Vijay Kumar had been shot dead. I immediately turned on the TV and saw the same thing.