Death of two sisters
shrouded in mystery
Ghaziabad, January 14
Two sisters, Anju and Manju, whose bodies had been recovered from a railway track recently, were known to be confident girls and full of life. But their death has left many questions unanswered, like why did they choose to commit suicide by jumping before a train? And even if they had made up their mind for this mode to end their life? Why the police dismissed the possibility of their murder when post-mortem could not be performed on them?
Gang of robbers busted
New Delhi, January 14
With the arrest of two suspects, the East district police today claimed to have busted a gang of robbers. The suspects were identified as Parmod alias Sonu and Javed Akhtar alias Shoib Akhtar. They were arrested from Mustafabad area in East district.
Women harassed for dowry by in-laws
Faridabad, January 14
Two cases of dowry harassment were reported in the district in the past 24 hours. In one of the cases, the police have booked four members of a family under the Dowry Prevention Act. The accused belonged to Karawal Nagar in Delhi.
Bank takes over
defaulter film studio
Noida, January 14
In default of payment of Rs15 crore bank loan, the Syndicate Bank has taken possession of Srishti Video Corporation Ltd in Sector-16 Film City Noida.
Three guards have been posted there for security of the premises by the bank, which had taken possession of the premises on the orders passed by the District Magistrate.
Telecom giant first to set up shop in Cyber City
Gurgaon, January 14
The much-hyped Cyber City, a joint venture between the Haryana government and DLF Universal Ltd, is ready to welcome Ericsson India Pvt Ltd in its fold.
Ericsson, a Swedish multinational company, has set up its national (India) headquarters in the building. It is considered to be the world leader in telecommunications. The building was inaugurated here by the Swedish Prime Minister.
DEA seeks subsidy for traders
New Delhi, January 14
Hit hard by appreciating rupee, Delhi Exporters Association
(DEA) today asked the Government to provide a cushion of 10 per cent subsidy to compensate traders doing business in dollars in forthcoming Exim Policy.