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Wife of Indian Student Assaulted in Chicago Appeals for Support from S Jaishankar

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Wife of Indian Student Assaulted in Chicago Appeals for Support from S Jaishankar

The wife of an Indian student who was severely assaulted in Chicago, United States, by four thieves who have not been identified, wrote to the Indian government for assistance with legal and medical matters. On February 4, the student, Syed Mazahir Ali, was robbed and assaulted.

Ruqiya Fatima, the spouse of Syed Mazahir Ali, wrote to S Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs, on Tuesday. “This is to state that my husband, Syed Mazahir Ali, who was pursuing a master’s degree in information and technology at Indiana Wesley University, was robbed and severely attacked on Campbell Avenue in Chicago while he was near his apartment. He was taken to a hospital,” she wrote in a message to one of her husband’s friends at approximately six o’clock on February 4.

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Ruqiya Fatima claims that because of his current mental instability, Ali is in a state of “shock” and is unable to speak. “My husband’s safety and security are my biggest concerns. In order for me to fly to the United States with my three small children to be with my spouse, I humbly ask that you assist him in receiving the best medical care possible and, if at all possible, make the appropriate arrangements,” she said.Prior to this, a video of the violent encounter that shows Ali bleeding heavily circulated on social media. He is heard begging in the video, “Please help me bro, please help me,” and is clearly upset and panting.

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Bomb Threat Targets 6 Ahmedabad Schools; Police Trace Email Domain Outside India

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Bomb Threat Targets 6 Ahmedabad Schools; Police Trace Email Domain Outside India

Today, threatening emails were sent to many schools in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, following considerable hysteria in the national capital region following a hoax bomb threat to schools in Delhi and its surrounding areas that caused widespread fear. Preliminary reports state that emails containing bomb threats were sent to at least six schools in one of Gujarat’s largest cities. The bomb disposal squad and the criminal branch teams have arrived at the schools to conduct investigations.

Lavina Sinha of the DCP Cybercrime Branch stated that the email domain is not located in India. “Emails threatening bomb blasts have been sent to many Ahmedabad schools. Six schools have so far received these emails and notified us of them. This appears to be similar to the bomb threats that Delhi’s schools got a few days ago,” the officer continued.

What happened in Delhi last week?

In their formal complaint, the Delhi Police stated that the threats were intended to cause widespread fear and disrupt public order in the nation’s capital, following the receipt of bogus emails from over 200 schools earlier this month. Under IPC sections 505 (2) (statements fostering or encouraging enmity, animosity, or ill-will between classes), 507 (criminal intimidation by anonymous communication), and 120 (B) (penalty of criminal conspiracy), Delhi Police’s Special Cell has filed a formal complaint.

The Delhi Police deemed the threat to be fake after conducting a thorough search. Links to the phony emails have been discovered by the police abroad. To identify the precise source of the emails, the Delhi Police earlier this week contacted Mail.ru, a Russian mailing service provider, through Interpol.

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The police had also advised CBI to contact Interpol to obtain information on the email threats. The fake emails sent from sawariim@mail.ru’ were from Delhi. The Russian corporation has been ordered by the authorities to track the IP address of the machine that sent out the bulk emails. According to reports, the sender concealed his identity by using a virtual private network (VPN).

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Uttarakhand Wildfire Claims Fifth Life in Three Days; Rain Expected This Week

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Uttarakhand Wildfire Claims Fifth Life in Three Days; Rain Expected This Week

Another life lost to raging flames in the Uttarakhand woods brought the total for the previous three days to five. On Saturday, a 28-year-old lady passed away from her burn injuries. Three days prior, the victim, Pooja, a laborer from Nepal, had attempted to put out a fire at a pine resin business in the Almora area but had suffered serious burn injuries. Last week, while fighting the same fire, her husband and two other people perished. According to reports, a 65-year-old lady who was brought to AIIMS Rishikesh on Sunday passed away from burn injuries she sustained while attempting to put out a forest fire that had reached her property in a hamlet in the Pauri tehsil. An official stated on Friday that three laborers perished from burn injuries they received while putting out a forest fire that had spread near their pine resin factory in Almora.

As the fire consumed the entrance to the sanctuary on Saturday, pilgrims to the Dunagiri temple in the Almora area were forced to evacuate. The swift expansion of the blaze has been attributed by forest experts to strong gusts. A report claims that because of poor visibility, aircraft arrivals at Pithoragarh’s Naini-Saini airport have ceased. Pushkar Singh Dhami, the chief minister of Uttarakhand, called a review meeting on Saturday to discuss the forest fires and instructed the authorities to devise a plan for quickly putting out the fire. Research states that since November 1, 2023, there have been 910 forest fire occurrences in the state, destroying around 1145 hectares of forest.

RAIN LIKELY FROM MAY 7

Bikram Singh, director of the Meteorological Center in Dehradun, suggested that rain may fall in the state between May 7 and May 8, with heavier precipitation starting on May 11. This may assist in putting out the forest fires, he said.

THREE ARRESTED FOR STARTING A FOREST FIRE

According to a report, three guys from Bihar were taken into custody by Chamoli district police for reportedly lighting a fire in the Gairsain region and posting the video to receive “more views on social media.” On Saturday night, police detained the perpetrators after taking suo moto notice of the fire that was making the rounds on social media.

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The three accused were located and taken into custody using the Pandukhal village under the Gairsain police station’s surveillance footage. Bihar natives Brajesh Kunar, Sukhlal, and Salman were employed there as laborers, according to a citation from Superintendent of Police (Chamoli) Sarvesh Panwar.He said, “The trio stated during questioning that they wanted to gain more likes and followers in order to boost their social media popularity with the dramatic video.”

 

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IPL 2024 SRH vs RCB Live Score: Natarajan Dismisses Faf du Plessis , RCB 49/1 in 4 Overs

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IPL 2024 SRH vs RCB Live Score: Natarajan Dismisses Faf du Plessis , RCB 49/1 in 4 Overs

In a significant moment, T Natarajan supplanted Bhuvi, just to confront Kohli’s deft flick through midwicket for a limit. One more full conveyance, this time from Natarajan, saw Faf’s shot redirected off the bowler’s boot, barely saving four runs. Nonetheless, Natarajan before long conveyed the leading edge SRH required.

A short and wide conveyance tempted Faf to go for a strong shot, yet the speed tricked him, prompting an agreeable catch by Aidem Markram at mid-off. This excusal denoted the finish of Faf du Plessis’ touchy beginning, with Will Jacks stepping in at number three for RCB.

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