Man arrested for getting Aadhar card made for dog
Bhind (MP): A man has been arrested for getting an Aadhaar card made of his dog in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh, police said. Azam Khan (35), who is working as a supervisor at an Aadhaar enrollment agency in Umri town, about 45 kms from the district headquarters, was arrested on Thursday following a complaint that he had made an Aadhaar card for his dog, Bhind Superintendent of Police Navneet Bhasin said on Friday. The dog's Aadhaar card reads: 'Tommy Singh', s/o Sheru Singh, Year of 26/11/2009 and sex as male, he said. The matter came to light when the locals complained to ...
‘She Died in Her Mother’s Lap': Father of 2-Year-Old Killed in Accident With Hema Malini
JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN: Two-year-old Chinni's life could have been saved if had she been rushed to a private hospital with actor Hema Malini, claims the girl's father who is himself recovering at a local hospital in Jaipur after last night's deadly accident. The 66-year old actor turned politician's Mercedes car had rammed a Maruti Alto car near Dausa in Rajasthan yesterday. One girl died and four others were badly injured in the Alto, while Hema Malini and her driver suffered injuries. Harsh Khandelwal, who was driving the Alto car, claims that all five people in their car lay bleeding on the road for ...
Why education does not interest child workers
A study by a rights group shows that 8,044 children (aged five to 17) are estimated to be working in the garment industry in eight wards of the National Capital Territory of Delhi.Of these, 87 percent were working in household units and 13 percent at addas (small-scale commercial units). Of them, 82 percent said that given an opportunity, they would not like to attend school. These are some of the key findings of a study conducted by Save the Children, a child-rights organisation working with socially-excluded children. As many as 92 percent of children working in household units were enrolled in schools, but ...
Man in wheelchair robs bank, gets away
Police on Tuesday were searching for a man in a wheelchair who is suspected of robbing a New York bank and rolling out of the building with $1,200 cash to make a clean getaway. The man, who wore a gray hoodie and appeared to be about 30-years old according to surveillance video, is accused of passing a note to a Santander Bank teller in the New York City borough of Queens on Monday afternoon and demanding money, a New York Police Department spokesman said. Despite never showing a gun to bank workers, the man was not intercepted as he exited the bank ...
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