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Crocodile enters house in UP’s Etawah in search of food| WATCH

After struggling for 1 hour, the crocodile was safely taken out and handed over to the wildlife team of the Forest Department.

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Panic gripped the region after a 9-feet-long crocodile entered a house in Uttar Pradesh’s Etawah on Sunday night. The joint team of Wildlife, Police, Forest Department rescued the crocodile and released it into the river.

The night of the villagers was spent in terror after a dangerous crocodile entered the house of a farmer late at night in village Jaitiya of Etawah district. The length of the crocodile was said to be about 9 feet. At around 11 o’clock in the night, forest department and local police were informed by the district wildlife expert Ashish Tripathi that the crocodile had entered the house. Then on his advice, the crocodile was locked in the house by closing the door of the house and avoiding the rescue late in the night.

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The next morning, on Monday, Dr Ashish Tripathi reached the spot and started the rescue. After struggling for 1 hour, the crocodile was safely taken out and handed over to the wildlife team of the Forest Department. After that the crocodile was released in the National Chambal Century under the direction of Divisional Director Forest Atul Kant Shukla.

Crocodile reached the village in search of food

Wildlife expert Dr Ashish Tripathi, general secretary of Ocean, an organization working for environment and wildlife conservation, said that the crocodile was caught after one hour effort. It is also called freshwater crocodile or marsh crocodile. He was very angry because he was hungry during the rescue. Surely in search of food, it had strayed from the Bhognipur canal and entered the village.

In the rescue, Etawah Sub Divisional Forest Officer Sanjay Singh, Forest Officer Lakhna Range Vivekanand Dubey, Regional Forest Officer Wildlife Hari Kishore Shukla, Forest Inspector Saifai Shri Niwas Pandey, Forest Guard Sachin Kumar Yadav and Vaidpura police station in-charge Rajiv Yadav were present.

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Traffic chaos as rain lashes Delhi NCR, more showers forecast tomorrow

Due to heavy rain during the office dispersal hour, traffic chaos covered the captial. Social media is swamped with Delhiites sharing visuals of the rain and jam-packed roads.

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Heavy rain lashed several parts of Delhi and NCR on Monday evening. The captial along with on-and-off drizzles had pleasant weather throughout the day.

Due to heavy rain during the office dispersal hour, traffic chaos covered the captial. Social media is swamped with Delhiites sharing visuals of the rain and jam-packed roads.

Earlier today, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued an orange alert owing to rain, thunderstorm, and hailstorm in several parts of the city.

The bad weather conditions in Delhi also triggered the diversion of a total of 10 flights which were scheduled to land at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation said.

Among the 10 flights, three were diverted to Lucknow and seven to Jaipur.

IMD had also said rain coupled with hail and gusty winds of up to 40 km per hour in Delhi will be witnessed on Monday. It also advised people to stay indoors and not seek shelter under trees, as maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to be around 26 and 16 degrees Celsius.

On Saturday, Delhi-NCR witnessed heavy rain with hailstorms taking the temperature to 25.3 degrees Celsius. As per the officials, the capital recorded the lowest temperature so far this month on Saturday.

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Delhi court extends Manish Sisodia’s judicial custody till April 3

A court in the national capital, Monday, extended the judicial custody of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia by 14 days, till April 3.

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A court in the national capital, Monday, extended the judicial custody of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia by 14 days, till April 3.

Manish Sisodia was arrested by the CBI on February 26 in connection with its ongoing probe into the purported Delhi excise policy ‘scam’ case.

The CBI told Delhi’s Rouse Avenue court that their investigation into the alleged scam is still pending and at a crucial stage which requires Sisodia’s further detention in judicial custody.

The development comes mere two days after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) was granted the AAP leader’s custody for five more days, till March 22.

On Friday last, 51-year-old Sisodia’s ED custody was extended by a court in Delhi till March 22. The ED had told the court that Sisodia was allegedly involved in “large-scale destruction of digital evidence to impede the investigation” and had purportedly changed and destroyed 14 phones.

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Manish Sisodia was arrested on March 9 by the ED while he was already lodged in Tihar jail in case against him by the CBI in connection with the now-scrapped Delhi excise policy case.

A Delhi court last week extended the former Deputy CM’s custody by five days after the ED sought more time for investigating the charges.

The ED told the court that some vital information had come up during custody and he had to be confronted with the other accused.

After the court’s decision, senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Raghav Chadha on Friday had claimed that central probe agencies don’t have any evidence, only “fabricated and malicious” stories against Sisodia.

Speaking at a presser, Chadha had accused the BJP of engaging in “politics of revenge” which he claimed was the reason behind Sisodia’s arrest. He had also claimed that the CBI and the ED don’t have any evidence against the former Deputy CM, adding that the probe agencies only questioned Sisodia for 15 hours during seven days of remand.

Chadha had claimed said the BJP was “scared” of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). He further claimed that the probe agencies only have “concocted stories” against Sisodia, and when the CBI couldn’t find anything against him during their interrogation, they asked the ED to “frame more false cases.”

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Rajasthan man abducted and mutilated by wife’s family who didn’t approve of marriage

A man in Ajmer district of Rajasthan was allegedly abducted and mutilated by his wife’s family who did not approve of the couple marriage, officials said on Monday.

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A man in Ajmer district of Rajasthan was allegedly abducted and mutilated by his wife’s family who did not approve of the couple marriage, officials said on Monday.

As per the police, the man was abducted from Ajmer district and taken to a nearby villager where his in-laws allegedly chopped off his nose.

The victim had recently got married but the his wife’s family reportedly did not approve of the couple’s marriage.

A report quoted Station House Officer, Gegal, Ajmer Sunil Kumar as saying that the victim filed a complaint today in which he alleged that on March 18, he was kidnapped by his wife’s brother and other family members and taken to a village in Nagaur district where they thrashed him and then cut his nose off.

SHO Kumar said the police have detained some of the accused for questioning, adding that a case has been registered and further investigation is underway.

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Last week, a similar case came to the fore from a village in Madhya Pradesh where an elderly man allegedly committed suicide days after he was punished in a Taliban-esque manner. The victim was reportedly abducted and then shackled to a tree by iron chains, tortured and assaulted, reportedly by the family of a girl who eloped with his son in a village of the state’s Chhatarpur district.

A video of the horrific incident which went viral on social media last Monday, showed the man, identified as Udha Ahirwar, a resident of Panchampur village, chained to a tree—hand and feet—as a woman, presumably his wife feeds him food and water.

According to reports, Ahirwar’s son, Shankar Ahirwar, works as a labour in Rajasthan with the prime accused, Zandu Ahirwar’s son-in-law, a resident of Peera village. Shankar reportedly eloped with Zandu’s granddaughter after the couple fell in love.

The couple got married last month and since then Zandu allegedly began torturing Shankar’s parents, reports said.

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