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#Maldives: Clash between Opposition leaders & protesters and police as they continue to hold anti-government protests in Male, several arrested by police.

: Clash between Opposition leaders & protesters and police as they continue to hold anti-government protests in Male, several arrested by police.

Man ends life; wife, two daughters found dead

Pune, Feb 17  The body of a 38-year-old man was found hanging from the ceiling of his apartment while his wife and two daughters were found dead on the bed, with the police suspecting that he committed suicide after killing the three due to financial woes.

The family stayed in the Warje area.

The deceased were identified as Nilesh Chaudhary, his wife Nilam (33), their daughters Shravani (9) and Shreya (7), Senior Inspector at Uttam Nagar police station Hemant Bhat said.

Nilesh had a plastic remolding business and was facing financial crisis. A suicide note, purportedly penned by him, was found from the flat, in which it was stated that he was taking the extreme step due to financial difficulties, the police officer said.

“Nilesh was found hanging from the ceiling in the flat last night, while his wife and daughters were found dead on the bed with some forth in the mouth,” Bhat said.

Source: PTI

PNB Scam: Ex-Bank Official Gokulnath Shetty, Key Accused In The Case, Arrested By CBI

New Delhi : Two bankers and a top official in celebrity designer Nirav Modi’s company seen to be at the centre of a massive Rs 11,300 crore bank fraud have been arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation. The arrests are part of huge crackdown by central agencies that have carried out at searches at over two dozen locations across the country over the last two days.

The Enforcement Directorate, which has seized over 5,600 crores worth of diamonds, jewellery and gold in searches at showrooms and offices linked to Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi are continuing. The arrests are, however, the first in the case.

A retired PNB deputy manager Gokulnath Shetty and another bank official, Manoj Hanument Kharat, were placed under arrest after the CBI questioned them for several hours to figure how they were able to pull off what is being described as Indian’s biggest banking fraud. Mr Shetty was a deputy general manager in the foreign-exchange department looking after import payments. He retired last year.