Mumbai: Abu Salem attacked inside Taloja prison
Navi Mumbai, June 28 (ANI): Underworld gangster, Abu Salem who is lodged in a Mumbai jail was attacked by a fellow inmate, and sustained hand injury. According to preliminary investigation, inmate Devendra Jagtap fired at Salem, injuring only his hand inside the Taloja jail. Commissioner of police, Navi Mumbai, A. K. Sharma said that Salem had sustained injuries on his hand and was being treated.
Uttarakhand flood: 3 year old girl abandoned in Gaurikund
Dehradun, June 28 (ANI): Rescued from the flood but nowhere to go. A three-year-old girl is waiting to be reunited with her parents after both her legs were fractured in the ferocious floods in Uttarakhand. The minor is unable to communicate about her parents or anything about her identity. The pilgrims left her at a Rishikesh hospital where she received primary treatment for two days. The minor is taken care by the Dehradun's Child Helpline and is admitted to Dehradun district hospital where she has been for the last five days.
Will get back all those stranded in Uttarakhand: Army Chief
Dehradun, June 28 (ANI): Army Chief General Bikram Singh, who reached Gauchar on Friday, said that there were still some people stranded in some parts of Uttarakhand and the Army will get back all those stranded. Earlier, the Army Chief reached Dehradun to get updated with rescue operations and speak to personnel deployed in various parts of Uttarakhand. Received by senior Army and Air Force officers Singh boarded a helicopter from Dehradun to review rescue operations and also meet victims.
Well wishers keep vigil
outside Pretoria Hospital as Mandela's health improves
Pretoria, June 28 (ANI): A large crowd of people gathered outside the
Pretoria hospital, where former South African President Nelson Mandela
is being treated, singing and dancing all night. According to
presidential spokesman, Mandela’s condition has improved over the
course of Thursday night but he remains critical. Some people outside
the Mediclinic Heart Hospital carried the South African flag and banners
in support of the Nobel laureate. The statement of his health followed
President Jacob Zuma’s visit to the Pretoria Hospital who cancelled
his visit to Mozambique so that he could see the anti-apartheid icon and
confer with the doctors.