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New Delhi: In a sinister plot borrowed from a crime thriller, a woman murdered her husband and nearly swapped him with her paramour through plastic surgery but it was a bowl of mutton soup which spilled the beans.

Police in Telangana revealed the shocking facts unearthed during the investigations of the chilling crime in Nagarkurnool town.

 

M. Swati, a 27-year-old nurse at a private hospital in the town, was married to Sudhakar Reddy for three years and they also had a child. However, she came close to Rajesh, a physiotherapist. They hatched a plan to get rid of Reddy.

They executed the plan successfully by injecting anaesthesia to Reddy early on November 27 and when he fell unconscious, hit him on his head resulting in his death. They later dumped and burnt the body in the forests.

To ensure that nobody gets suspicious about Reddy's disappearance, Swati hatched a plan to swap her dead husband with Rajesh by making some changes in his physical appearance through plastic surgery.

As part of their plan, she poured a small amount of acid on Rajesh's face and informed Reddy's relatives that unknown persons had attacked him.

'Reddy' was rushed to a corporate hospital in Hyderabad, where doctors advised plastic surgery. The treatment had started and when it looked Swati and Rajesh would succeed in their plan, the story took a dramatic turn.

Reddy's relatives got suspicious when he refused to have mutton soup served to patients with burn injuries. They were shocked when he told the hospital staff that he is a vegetarian as the real Reddy used to take non-vegetarian food.

According to a police officer involved in the investigations, Reddy's relatives grew suspicious on noticing change in his behaviour. When they started asking him some questions including the identity of some relatives, he stopped speaking and was conversing with signs.

Reddy's family members alerted police. When the police grilled Swati, she confessed to killing her husband with the help of Rajesh.

Police arrested Swati on Sunday. She also confessed that she was inspired by Telugu movie "Yevadu" starring Ram Charan Teja and Allu Arjun. The story of this 2014 movie was about a youth (Alu Arjun) who gets injured and a lady plastic surgeon gives him the face of her deceased son (Ram Charan).

A police officer said Rajesh will be taken into custody after discharge from the hospital.

 

 

 

 

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New Delhi: The licence of an upscale Delhi hospital that found itself in the middle of a huge backlash after it incorrectly declared a newborn dead was suspended today. Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh cannot take new patients for now, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said. "The negligence in the newborn death case was unacceptable," he said.

On Wednesday, the baby boy found alive after being declared dead along with his still-born twin and handed over to his parents in a plastic bag last month by Max Hospital died after nearly a week of treatment. The twins were being taken for burial when a movement in one of the packages shocked the family. When the wrapping was opened, the baby boy was found breathing and squirming.

The baby was taken to another hospital and placed on life support. A three-member panel asked by the Delhi government to investigate the shocking mistake has found Max Hospital guilty of not following rules while dealing with newborns. The panel reports that the hospital failed to carry out ECG tracings to check if the child was alive. Electrocardiogram tracing or ECG tracing helps evaluate heartbeats.

Max Hospital, facing anger and protests, had earlier sacked the two doctors in charge of the twins' case - AP Mehta and Vishal Gupta.
Survival in extreme pre-term births is rare, Max Healthcare said in a statement today, expressing grief over the baby's death.

The other twin, a girl, was declared still-born after birth.

The well-known private hospital had told the parents that the other baby needed critical medical care and had to be kept in an incubator. "The hospital said for three days, it will cost Rs. 1 lakh each and after that, it would cost Rs. 50,000 each day, and he had to be kept for three months," a relative said.

But when the parents were debating the costs, they were told that the infant had died.

 

 

 

 

 

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New Delhi: Acting legend Shashi Kapoor died in Mumbai today. He was 79. Mr Kapoor, star of films such as DeewarIn Custody and Junoon, was the younger brother of Raj and Shammi Kapoor.

Shashi Kapoor's career spanned Indian and international cinema. He was as renowned for his theatre work as he was for movies.

 

Shashi Kapoor was married to actress Jennifer Kendal and is survived by his sons Karan and Kunal and daughter Sanjana Kapoor.

 

 

 

 

 

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New Delhi: An actor with a charming personality, known as a thorough gentleman, and belonging to the illutrious 'Kapoor' family, Shashi Kapoor set new standards in the film industry with his choices of cinema that he acted in and also directed and produced.

Shashi Kapoor passed away here on Monday at the age of 79, but will continue to live in the hearts of many through his films.

 

He began his acting career as a child artist in the 1940s and his 1961 debut film "Dharmputra" as an adult catapulted him to fame.

He will be remembered forever for his hard-hitting dialogues like "Mere Pass Maa hai" from the 1975 film "Deewar", "Yeh prem rog hai ... shuru mein dukh deta hai ... bad mein bahut dukh deta hai" from the 1982 film "Namak Halaal", and "Hum gayab hone waalo mein se nahi hai ... jahan jahan se guzharte hai jalwe dikhate hai ..." from the 1981 film "Silsila".

He acted in more than 150 films, including some notable ones in English with Ivory-Merchant, "Shakespeare Wallah" and "The Householder", and Conrad Rooks' "Siddhartha".

Here's recalling his filmography as an actor -

1940s

1948 - "Aag" (child artist)

1950s

1950 - "Sangram" (child artist)

1951 - "Awaara" (child artist)

1960s

1961 - "Dharamputra"

1961 - "Char Diwari"

1962 - "Mehndi Lagi Mere Haath"

1962 - "Prem Patra"

1963 - "The Householder" (English film)

1963 - "Jab Se Tumhen Dekha Hai"

1963 - "Holiday in Bombay"

1963 - "Yeh Dil Kisko Doon"

1964 - "Benazir"

1965 - "Waqt"

1965 - "Mohabbat Isko Kehte Hain"

1965 - "Shakespeare Wallah" (English film)

1965 - "Jab Jab Phool Khile"

1966 - "Neend Hamari Khwab Tumhare"

1966 - "Biradari"

1966 - "Pyar Kiye Jaa"

1967 - "Aamne Samne"

1967 - "Dil Ne Pukara"

1967 - "Pretty Polly"

1968 - "Haseena Maan Jayegi"

1968 - "Kanyadaan"

1969 - "Pyar Ka Mausam"

1969 - "Ek Shrimaan Ek Shrimati"

1969 - "Raja Saab"

1969 - "Jahan Pyar Mile"

1970s

1970 - "Abhinetri"

1970 - "Bombay Talkie" (English film)

1970 - "Suhana Safar"

1970 - "My Love"

1971 - "Sharmilee"

1971 - "Patanga"

1972 - "Siddhartha" (English film)

1973 - "Aa Gale Lag Jaa"

1973 - "Naina"

1974 - "Mr. Romeo"

1974 - "Vachan"

1974 - "Roti Kapda Aur Makaan"

1974 - "Chor Machaye Shor"

1975 - "Deewaar"

1975 - "Salaakhen"

1975 - "Prem Kahani"

1975 - "Chori Mera Kaam"

1976 - "Kabhi Kabhie"

1976 - "Jai Bajrang Bali"

1976 - "Shankar Dada"

1976 - "Fakira"

1976 - "Deewaangee"

1976 - "Naach Uthe Sansaar"

1977 - "Farishta Ya Qatil"

1977 - "Immaan Dharam"

1977 - "Mukti"

1977 - "Hira Aur Patthar"

1977 - "Chor Sipahee"

1977 - "Doosra Aadmi"

1978 - "Trishul"

1978 - "Heeralal Pannalal"

1978 - "Apna Khoon"

1978 - "Satyam Shivam Sundaram"

1978 - "Junoon"

1978 - "Amar Shakti"

1978 - "Phaansi"

1978 - "Muqaddar"

1978 - "Trishna"

1979 - "Suhaag"

1979 - "Duniya Meri Jeb Mein"

1979 - "Kaala Patthar"

1980s

1980 - "Do Aur Do Paanch"

1980 - "Kali Ghata"

1980 - "Kalyug"

1980 - "Shaan"

1980 - "Swayamvar"

1981 - "Krodhi"

1981 - "Kranti"

1981 - "Silsila"

1981 - "Baseraa"

1981 - "Maan Gaye Ustaad"

1982 - "Vijeta"

1982 - "Namak Halaal"

1982 - "Sawaal"

1982 - "Heat and Dust" (English film)

1983 - "Ghungroo"

1983 - "Gehri Chot - Urf: Durdesh"

1983 - "Bandhan Kuchchey Dhaagon Ka"

1984 - "Pakhandi"

1984 - "Zameen Aasman"

1986 - "Times"

1986 - "Swati"

1986 - "Ek Main Aur Ek Tu"

1986 - "Ilzaam"

1987 - "Sammy and Rosie Get Laid" (English film)

1987 - "Pyaar Ki Jeet"

1987 - "Ijaazat"

1987 - "Sindoor"

1987 - "Naam O Nishan"

1988 - "The Deceivers" (English film)

1989 - "Clerk"

1990s

1991 - "Akayla"

1993 - "In Custody"

1998 - "Jinnah" (English film)

1998 - "Side Streets" "English film"

TV Series

1996 - "Gulliver's Travels"

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Delhi: A baby declared dead along with his still-born twin by an upscale Delhi hospital, and handed over to his parents in a plastic bags, was found to be alive when he was about to be buried. The horrifying case of negligence has emerged at a time another private hospital is being investigated for overcharging the parents of a seven-year-old girl who died of dengue.

The twins, born yesterday at a Max Hospital in north Delhi's Shalimar Bagh, were being taken for burial when their parents realized, to their utter shock, that one of the babies was squirming in its bag.

According to the twins' grandfather Pravin Malik, the family rushed to a nearby hospital in the bustling Kashmere Gate area and were told that their baby boy was alive. Members of the family and their relatives protested at the Max hospital today, demanding action against it.

One of the twins was declared still-born soon after birth.

The surviving twin, the parents were told, needed critical medical care and had to be kept in the nursery for some months. The family paid an instalment and was reportedly debating its options of keeping the baby on ventilator support at a huge cost, when the parents were told that their second baby was also dead.
It was not, the family discovered just about an hour later.
Max Healthcare said the doctor responsible for the outrageous negligence had been sent on leave.

In a statement, the hospital said the "22-week premature baby" was handed over without any sign of life. "We are shaken and concerned at this rare incident. We have initiated a detailed enquiry, pending which, the concerned doctor has been asked to proceed on leave immediately. We are in constant touch with the parents and are providing all the needed support," said the statement.

The hospital faces an investigation by the Delhi Police, which called it "a very shocking incident and the height of negligence".

Last month, the parents of a seven-year-old girl who died of dengue after a fortnight at Gurgaon's Fortis hospital alleged that they were allowed to take their child's body only after they paid a Rs.18 lakh bill that allegedly included the cost of 2,700 gloves. The charge is being investigated by the government.

 

 

 

 

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 20-year-old son of a businessman in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram was killed last night when, driving his new car at a high speed, he rammed an auto and lost control.

Three women who were in the car are in hospital in a critical state.

The brand new car, a Skoda, was completely wrecked in the crash that took place around 10.45 pm. Firemen had to come in and cut open the vehicle to extricate the passengers.

The car had a temporary registration. According to the police, the young man was killed instantly.

 

 

 

 

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New Delhi: A 26-year-old model was killed and two of his friends injured after their car was rammed by a speeding car at a red light signal here, police said on Sunday.

Police said the accident occurred around 2 a.m on Saturday in east Delhi when Abhishek Narula, who was a model and actor in Mumbai, along with his two friends, was coming from Bharat Nagar to Ashok Vihar.

 

A senior police officer said that when Narula stopped his car at a red light signal near a flyover at Satyawati College, a speeding Honda City car rammed his car. Narula and his friends Randeep and Yogesh were injured and admitted to a nearby hospital where Randeep and Yogesh were discharged after treatment but Narula succumbed to his injuries.

"Narula had come to meet his family members in Delhi on Diwali vacation. He on Saturday went to meet his friend Randeep in Bharat Nagar from where they were joined by another friend Yogesh. They were going to withdraw some money from a ATM booth in east Delhi when the accident happened," he said.

"After the accident, the accused driver managed to escape from the spot. He hired Honda city car on rent and used to drive it as a private cab. A manhunt is on to nab him," the officer added.

 

 

 

 

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Lucknow: Sixteen children, including ten infants, died at the Baba Raghav Das (BRD) Medical College in Gorakhpur during the last 24 hours, authorities said on Monday.

Of the children who died, ten were admitted in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) while six were in the paediatric ICU.

According to reports, 20 patients -- including six from Deoria, two from Kushinagar, four each from Gorakhpur and Maharajganj, and one patient each from Basti and Balrampur -- afflicted with encephalitis have been admitted to the hospital in the last 24 hours.

As many as three dozen patients, mostly affected by encephalitis, were being treated at BRD Medical College. Five patients from Bihar were also being treated there, doctors said. 

Officials said that 1,470 patients have been admitted to the BRD Medical College since January this year, adding that a total of 310 have died.

The BRD Medical College hit the headlines earlier in August when 63 children, including infants, died within a span of one week due to disruption of oxygen supply by the vendor. 

The FIR was lodged against nine people, including the owner of the oxygen supplying company and the principal of BRD Medical College.

Doctors said the latest deaths did not occur due to lack of oxygen, treatment or anything else but the fact that they were brought to the hospital in a very critical condition.

 

(Inputs From IANS)

 

 

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New Delhi:  "Nobody can wash off their hands," remarked the Supreme Court yesterday as it asked top officials to apprise it of steps taken to deal with cow vigilante groups in 22 states. The top court, on September 6, had directed all 29 states and seven union territories (UTs) to take steps to stop violence in the name of cow protection and asked them to appoint a senior police officer as the nodal officer in every district within a week to check such vigilante groups.

A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said, "Let the compliance reports be filed...nobody can wash off their hands (from their duty). We will give directions to all the states."

The bench was informed during the brief hearing that five states -- Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and Gujarat -- have already filed their compliance affidavits and Bihar and Maharashtra would be filing it during the day.

It then asked the chief secretaries for the remaining 22 states to file compliance reports by October 13 and fixed PILs, including one filed by Tushar Gandhi, the great grandson of Mahatma Gandhi on the issue, for hearing on October 31.

Senior advocate Indira Jaising, who appeared for Mr Gandhi, said the central government be directed to frame a national policy on preventing incidents of cow vigilantism.
She also said there were several judgements, which make mandatory the award of compensation to the victims of such crimes, but unfortunately, the money was not being paid.

Ms Jaising then raised the issue of Junaid, who was killed by a group of fellow passengers while returning to his Ballabhgarh home with his brothers after Eid shopping in Delhi on June 23 and said his family members were not paid any compensation and now, his father is ill and undergoing treatment at a hospital in Noida in Uttar Pradesh.

"I am asking for the formulation of a scheme on compensation," she said.

"Don't mix up the issues," the bench said.

Earlier, the top court had passed a number of directions to stop violence in the name of cow protection and asked the states to appoint a senior police officer as nodal officer in every district to act promptly to check cow vigilantes from behaving like they are "law unto themselves".

It had asked the states to form a dedicated task force in every district to stop such acts and directed their chief secretaries to file a status report giving details of actions taken to prevent incidents of cow vigilantism.

The court had also asked the states to ensure highway patrolling after it was pointed out that such incidents took place on highways on the pretext that vehicles are carrying beef.

Besides Mr Gandhi, Congress leader Tehseen Poonawalla has also filed a similar petition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Srinagar:  One Border Security Force (BSF) trooper was killed and a civilian injured on Friday after Pakistani troopers resorted to heavy firing on Indian posts along the international border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir.

"Pakistan violated ceasefire around 1 a.m. They resorted to firing and shelling using small and heavy weapons on the IB in Arnia sub-sector at Nikowal, Budhwar, Buley-Chak, S.H. Beh and Shahnaz forward posts," a police officer said.

BSF constable Bajinder Bahadur of the 192 battalion was critically injured at Shahnaz post. He succumbed while being shifted to a hospital. Bahadur was a resident of Uttar Pradesh.

One civilian was also hit. "At 6 a.m., Ajay Kumar received a bullet injury in his right leg, just outside his house. He was shifted to a hospital," the officer said.

Kumar, 37, is a resident of Pawal Arnia.

"Heavy firing exchanges are going on as BSF troopers retaliated unprovoked, indiscriminate firing by Pakistan," the police officer said at around 11.15 a.m.

Panic has gripped scores of border residents living in villages close to the international border of R.S. Pura in Jammu.

The authorities have kept emergency services ready to meet any eventuality.

 

 

 

 

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