Noida: The poor law and order in Uttar Pradesh was once again highlighted on Monday night when five drunken men opened fire in Noida's Film City, the hub of several national and regional news channels. The men first consumed alcohol and then opened fire. Uttar Police reached the spot after getting the information and arrested all the five accused.
The police recovered a pistol, a revolver and also seized their vehicle. Police officials say all five accused live in Noida.
Meanwhile, a fire broke out on Monday at a beauty parlour in a residential building in Sector 12 area in Noida and three persons were injured when they jumped from the first floor to save themselves, fire department official said.
The parlour owner Renu along with her three children - Surbhi, Jivesh and Ankit jumped off when they saw smoke coming out from the salon in the ground floor. Three of them sustained injuries due to the fall and were admitted at a local hospital where their condition is stable....more
11:22 AM, May 21, 2013
Fatehpur: Supporters accompanying a Samajwadi Party (SP) MP allegedly manhandled the staff of a toll plaza in Mallawan area of the district blaming them for traffic jam, a charge denied by the lawmaker. No police complaint has been lodged from either side. Vehicle of SP MP Rakesh Sachan, who was coming to Fatehpur from Kanpur with his cavalcade, got stuck at the toll plaza due to traffic jam near Chitaura...
08:02 PM, Apr 14, 2013
Rampur: Some Samajwadi Party members allegedly locked up an engineer in a room and then thrashed him brutally in Uttar Pradesh's Rampur. Azam Khan, an important and powerful minister in the state Cabinet, represents Rampur constituency in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly. Water department engineer Janardan Singh was allegedly beaten up for not installing hand pumps. The Samajwadi Party members also threatened Janardan Singh of dire consequences if he failed to...
01:44 PM, Apr 04, 2013