Uzbek national, 4 other call girls nabbed in CP
New Delhi, March 27
With the arrest of five call girls, including an Uzbek national, along with four pimps from the parking area of a hotel in Connaught Place, the New Delhi district police today claimed to have busted a prostitution racket. A Toyota Qualis and a Santro, used by the girls, and 12 mobile phones were also seized from their possession.
Based on a tip-off that some pimps and prostitutes were looking for
customers in the parking lot of Hotel Marina last evening, the police
struck a deal through a decoy customer.
One of the girls allegedly involved in the prostitution racket. —
Tribune Photo Mukesh Aggarwal
Armed men strike at Gandhi Nagar house
New Delhi, March 27
Seven masked desperadoes, armed with countrymade weapons and knives, entered a businessman’s house in the Gandhi Nagar area of East district in the wee hours today and decamped with Rs 5 lakh in cash and jewellery worth Rs 4 lakh, after locking the occupants of the house inside a room.
Power board blames consumers for shortage
Jhajjar, March 27
As the sweaty summer is setting in, people are bracing themselves for sleepless nights if nothing is done about the worsening power situation. With electricity playing a continuous game of hide and seek the claims of the Chief Minister, Mr Om Prakash Chautala, on providing adequate supply of power in public meetings fall flat.
Eves add a dash of glamour to the Royal Challenge Indian Open Golf Champion-ship on the penultimate day at the Delhi Golf Course on Saturday.
— Tribune Photo Mukesh Aggarwal
Probes galore & guilty unmasked, but
Sonepat, March 27
A victim of alleged irregularities and tampering of revenue records, Sriniwas has been running from pillar to post to seek justice for more than two years. Repeated inquiries have not yet brought forth any relief to him despite the fact that three revenue officials have allegedly been found guilty of tampering with the records by three different inquiry officers.
Sisters drowned, brother missing
New Delhi: Tragedy struck a family when two girls drowned in the Yamuna in the Khajuri Khas area of North-East district last evening; their brother was still missing. The third sister, Zahida (6), has been admitted to GTB Hospital and her condition is reported to be serious.