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Delhi police plan DNA, brain-mapping tests on child molester

New Delhi: To make the case watertight against Sunil Rastogi, who was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting several minor girls in east Delhi, the Delhi police is planning to conduct DNA and brain-mapping tests on him.

The accused has told police he had sexually assaulted many minor girls in Uttarakhand's Rudrapur, where he currently stays, Ghaziabad and New Ashok Nagar in east Delhi.

Police have been able to identify 58 girls who allegedly had been his victims.

Donald Trump voted as ‘least popular’ US President

Washington: Donald Trump will become US President on Friday with an approval rating of just 40 per cent, the lowest of any recent president and 44 points below that of outgoing President Barack Obama, according to a poll.

Following a tumultuous transition period, approval ratings for Mr Trump’s handling of the transition are more than 20 points below those for any of his three most recent predecessors, according to a new CNN/ORC Poll.

Rohith’s mother arrested

Hyderabad: Police arrested Rohith Vemula's mother and a few students as protest rocked University of Hyderabad on Tuesday on the first death anniversary of the Dalit research scholar. 

Radhika Vemula was arrested late in the evening soon after she addressed protesting students outside the main gate of the university as she was denied entry into the campus.

Tension prevailed at the main gate as police took Radhika and a few students into custody amid strong protest by dozens of pro-Rohith students.

HYDERABAD Most Dynamic City in the World

HYDERABAD Most Dynamic City in the World

Hyderabad city is the most Dynamic city in the world. The survey conducted by the World Economic Forum, the survey tells Hyderabad city stands fifth place in the dynamic cities of the world. Bengaluru city got the first place. Innovation and Technology are the key factors for Hyderabad stands top position in rankings. In Survey 40 % is given to Social Economic factors i.e foreign investment, population, air passengers and gross domestic product.

US citizen held for sharing child porn

Hyderabad: A US citizen, currently staying at Madhapur, was arrested on Monday by the Crime Investigation Department (CID), in connection with child pornography.

The 42-year-old James Kirk Jones, working for a multi-national law firm, was arrested following an alert from the Interpol, Inspector General of CID Sowmya Mishra said, in a release issued on Tuesday. The accused was remanded in judicial custody.

ISI hand suspected in two rail accidents in UP that killed 151

Two major train accidents near Kanpur which resulted in deaths of 151 passengers and injuries to 200 others, were carried out on the instructions of pakistan’s external spy agency ISI according to the Bihar police.

The ISI hand was exposed following the arrest of three criminals, umashankar patel, Motilal paswan and mukesh yadav from motihari on the Indo Nepal border who were working at the instance of an ISI agent, a Nepalese citizen based in Dubai.

Father caught trying to sell his infant son to buy car for wife

Father caught trying to sell his infant son to buy car for wife

In a disturbing incident, a man was caught trying to sell his infant son for around 70,000 yen (over seven lakh rupees) in eastern China, to buy a car that his wife demanded as compensation to divorce him. The father was filmed as he was waiting with the five-month-old baby for a prospective buyer on January 12 in Linyi city, eastern China. Finding the man suspicious, the police detained him doubting that he might harm the baby. However, the accused, identified as Zhang, confessed to putting up his son for sale online after interrogation, according to the report.