Daily Archive: March 29, 2018
New Delhi/Ranchi, Mar 29 RJD supremo Lalu Prasad, who has been serving a jail term in connection with the fodder scam, was today admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi for specialised treatment.
Prasad, who was serving his jail term in Ranchi, was referred to AIIMS by the Rajendra Institute of Medical Science (RIMS) in Ranchi.
“His condition is stable. He was brought in at noon. His sugar levels are a little bit high and he has some infection in the kidney,” an AIIMS doctor said.
He also said that Prasad has been admitted under the medicine department.
New Delhi: A day after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) decided to re-conduct examinations for Mathematics (Class X) and Economics (Class XII), Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar today said dates for fresh examination will be announced either on Monday or Tuesday.
New Delhi : A Delhi University student kidnapped a week ago was found murdered last night, the police said today. Ayush Nautiyal, 21, was kidnapped from his home in Dwarka in northwest Delhi. His kidnappers had demanded a ransom of Rs 50 lakh.
The police received a complaint on Thursday last, the day he was kidnapped, apparently just after he left home for college. When he didn’t return home that evening, his parents grew worried. As they waited, Ayush’s father received a WhatsApp message from his phone.
The message from Ayush’s phone showed him gagged and bound, with a head injury, and asked for Rs 50 lakh.
The family immediately went to the police.
The family had reportedly raised Rs 10 lakh and tried to hand it over to the kidnappers but couldn’t find them. Last night, his body was found near a drain in Dwarka.
Ayush, a final year student of commerce at the Ram Lal Anand college, was the only son of his parents.
His grief-stricken family has accused the police of not doing enough to track the kidnappers down. "We carried the money and drove through the area in search of the kidnappers. A police van escorted us, but we could not find anything for two days. Then we saw his body," a cousin was quoted as telling a newspaper.
A five-year-old boy was kidnapped from his school van a day before Republic Day, when there is heavy security across Delhi, by bikers who shot at the driver. Luckily for his family, the child was found days later in Ghaziabad and recovered after the police shot dead one of his kidnappers.