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Drunk Man Commits Murder in Park, Steals Victim’s Phone and Shoes.



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Delhi Police have arrested a vagrant youth in connection with the murder of a man who misbehaved with a guard. The 32-year-old suspect, a resident of Etah, Uttar Pradesh, was apprehended from the Maidan Garhi area of South Delhi.

According to police, the accused, named Ravindra, used to work as a laborer in an event management company in South Delhi and had quit his job some time ago. He started living in DDA Park and was being provided food by a security guard.

The incident occurred on March 9 when the victim, named Ajay, allegedly misbehaved with the guard. Ravindra decided to take revenge by murdering him. The case came to light when police received a complaint about Ajay (24) on March 9.

Police found Ajay’s last location near DDA Park in Rajpur Khurd Extension. A senior police officer said that CCTV footage in the area showed Ajay entering the park with another person but did not show him leaving. Suspicious footage from other CCTV cameras around the park revealed Ajay talking on his mobile phone.

Upon investigating Ajay’s call records, it was discovered that his last incoming call was from a relative. The relative informed police that a stranger had called him and identified himself as Aslam. He told him that Ajay had borrowed 3,000 rupees from him and had given him his phone as collateral.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Ankit Chauhan said that the suspect, armed with a knife, was at Ramphal Chowk in Dwarka Sector 7, where he was selling oranges and wearing the victim’s shoes. Upon interrogation, Ravindra told police that on March 9, a man who was intoxicated started abusing the security guard who used to feed him. Chauhan said he decided to teach him a lesson.

Ravindra first befriended Ajay, bought alcohol with him, and took him to a deserted area. Chauhan said that when the victim became more intoxicated, he beat him and strangled him. He then fled the scene with Ajay’s mobile phone and shoes.


Leopard Enters Home in North Delhi’s Wazirabad, Injures Three.



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A startling incident unfolded in North Delhi’s Wazirabad as a leopard ventured into a house, leaving three individuals injured, officials reported.

The victims, identified as Mahender, Akash, and Rampal, encountered the unexpected visitor. Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Manoj Meena revealed that upon receiving a distress call, the police team swiftly mobilized to Jagatpur village at Wazirabad, responding to the incident near Adarsh Nagar around 6.14 am. Forest officials were also alerted, and a collaborative effort ensued.

A team comprising seven officials from the forest department, fire department, and local police successfully contained the leopard in a room. Subsequently, the elusive feline was safely captured around 11.45 am, averting further harm.

Interestingly, this was not the first instance of a leopard’s incursion into the Jagatpur area, located adjacent to the Wazirabad Biodiversity Park. In 2016, a similar event occurred when an adult leopard strayed into the village. Following numerous sightings reported by residents, forest department officials managed to capture the wild cat and relocate it to the Rajaji National Park in Uttarakhand.

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New Delhi Breaks into Top 10 Cities Worldwide for Billionaires.



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New Delhi has joined the elite club of the world’s top 10 cities with the most billionaires, making its debut at ninth place, with a total of 57 billionaires, as per the latest Hurun Rich List 2024. This marks a significant jump for the national capital, with an increase of 18 billionaires compared to the previous year.

Taking a closer look at the top 10 cities with the highest number of billionaires globally, New York leads the pack with 119 billionaires, followed by London with 97, and Mumbai with 92. Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Moscow, and San Francisco also feature prominently on the list.

Mumbai, known as India’s financial powerhouse, has emerged as the fastest-growing billionaire city worldwide, further cementing its status as Asia’s billionaire capital. India, as a whole, welcomed 94 new billionaires, the second-highest after the United States. The country now boasts a total of 271 billionaires.

The surge in wealth among Indian billionaires can be largely attributed to key industries such as pharmaceuticals, automobiles, auto components, and chemicals. Collectively, Indian billionaires hold a staggering $1 trillion in wealth, accounting for 7% of the world’s total billionaire wealth. The average age of Indian billionaires is 67, with 19 of them being women.

Among the standout figures contributing to India’s billionaire club, Gautam Adani and his family have seen a significant increase in wealth, thanks to the success of their energy conglomerate, the Adani Group. Mukesh Ambani and his family have retained their position as India’s richest, with Mukesh Ambani being the only Indian to feature in the world’s top 10 richest individuals.

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New ATM Fraud in Delhi, Fraudsters Leave Their Number Written, Thousands Cheated.



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There’s a new sneaky trick scammers are using at ATMs, and it’s pretty clever (but not in a good way). So, this lady in Delhi, Apoorva, went to withdraw some cash from an ATM in Mayur Vihar. She pops in her card, and bam, it gets stuck! Classic move, right?

Now, here’s where it gets interesting. A guy hanging around offers to help and points her to a number written on the machine. She calls it, thinking it’s the bank’s helpline. But surprise, surprise, it’s not! The person on the other end pretends to be a bank agent and tells her to follow some steps to get her card out.

Long story short, she follows the instructions, and the machine goes “Out Of Service.” Meanwhile, the scammer asks for her phone number and convinces her to leave the card in the machine. After a while, she gets a message saying Rs. 21,000 has been debited from her account. Ouch!

Here’s the deal: scammers are using a liquid to make your card stick in the machine. Then, they’ve already written down a fake helpline number for you to call. When you call, they pretend to help but actually scam you. Sneaky, right?

So, if this ever happens to you, don’t fall for it! Dial 100 and get help from the police ASAP. Stay safe out there!

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