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Rhea Chakraborty Call Records Shows She Was In Touch With Inspector and Mahesh Bhatt

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The latest update on the Sushant Singh Rajput death by suicide case is that the Times Now has accessed to Rhea Chakraborty’s call records. The graph shows, she has spoken the most to her father Indrajit Chakraborty, then brother Showik Chakraborty. As per the CDR data, it seems she was in touch with a senior Mumbai Police officer also.

As per reports, the call details also suggest that in total Rhea and Sushant spoke on the phone only 147 times while 808 calls were made to Shruti and 289 calls were made to Samuel. Not just this, reports suggest that Rhea was also in touch with at least two top psychiatrists and was in touch with Mahesh Bhatt. While only 31 outgoing calls were made to Sushant, in Rhea’s call records and incoming was 135. By way of Rhea and Sushant’s call records, it can be said that not all was well between the actress and Sushant. 

Sushant’s forensic team also admits lapses in which vital pages of evidence dissappeared.

Admission 1: Pages of Sushant’s diary torn.
Admission 2: No questions asked by police to the forensic team.
Admission 3: Forensic team went to the crime site 2 days later. 

Other update is Bihar IPS officer Vinay Tiwari released from quarantine in Mumbai on a condition that the Bihar cop would leave Mumbai by August 8.The officer was sent to Mumbai for investigation in the case, however, was quarantined on his arrival to the state. This development came in after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday took over the investigation in the Sushant Singh Rajput case.

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NDTV – Adani Deal : All You Need To Know

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Indian billionaire Gautam Adani’s team on Tuesday said it looks forward to controlling a majority stake in the popular news channel (NDTV.NS) (NDTV), a move media group said was carried out without its consent.

An Adani Group unit said it had used financial rights in a bid to buy a 29.18% stake in NDTV, arranging plans for an upcoming open offer for a stake of another 26% according to Indian regulations.

A few hours after the announcement, NDTV gave a statement saying the move by the Adani Group “was executed without any input from, conversation with, or consent of the NDTV founders.”

 NDTV, regarded as one of India’s most popular news organizations, is one of the few newsgroups that often criticizes the policies of the ruling administration. It runs three national channels: NDTV 24×7 in English, NDTV India in Hindi, and a business news channel.

“From NDTV’s statements, it seems this may not be a friendly takeover which generally is as per agreed terms and mechanism, and in fact, may end up being a hostile takeover,” said Dipti Lavya Swain, founder and managing partner, DLS Law Offices.

Adani Group gave no immediate response to a request for comment on NDTV’s statement.

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A Sacked Doctor Calls A Hospital In Gurgaon With A Bogus Bomb Threat

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(PTI) – Gurugram, March 25 –A doctor who was dismissed by Medanta Hospital in 2017 made a fake call saying that there was a bomb planted in Medanta Hospital on Friday.

The doctor’s identity was revealed when the police tracked his mobile number, through which he made the call. It was also found that he often used this phone number for these types of fake calls.

The details of the mobile number used in making the call have been extracted. As per the number, the location of the caller was traced to Delhi. A preliminary investigation has revealed that the caller is a doctor in Delhi and earlier used to work in Medanta Hospital till 2017. Efforts are on to arrest him, “inspector Dinesh Kumar, SHO of Sadar police station, said.

Also, he purportedly made this call at around 12:15 pm on Thursday. The police did not find any danger in the hospital, and there was also no bomb.

The caller said there might be a terror attack at the hospital and that a bomb had been planted there, and disconnected the call, “Dr Sanjeev Gupta, medical director of Medanta.

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11-year-old girl raped by Father, teenage Brother, Grandfather, Uncle Over 5 Years

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Four boys suspected of repeatedly raping 11-year-old girl | The Times of  Israel

 

An 11-year-old girl was allegedly raped by her teenage brother and father in Pune. Also, her grandfather and distant uncle used to assault her sexually. The Pune police also added that this crime was perpetrated over the past five years. Police have reported a case under different sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for rape but are yet to arrest the culprits. 

The crime has been reported under section 376 of the Indian Penal Code against a young teenage brother and 45-year-old father. Under section 354 (Assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty), the crime has been reported against grandfather and uncle. Her grandfather’s age is around 60, and her uncle’s age is around 25.

The victim and her family are from Bihar and currently live in Pune. The incident was revealed when this 11-year-old girl opened up during a ‘good touch and bad touch’ session in school. When the father and daughter resided in Bihar in 2017, he began sexually harassing his daughter. Around November 2020, the girl’s older brother began sexually molesting her. The girl’s grandfather and a distant uncle used to improperly touch her. According to Inspector Satpute, because all incidences occurred individually and the suspects may not have been aware of each other’s acts, this is not a case of gang rape. Sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act (POCSO) will also be amended, according to the police.

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