In a shocking incident of road rage, a teenager dragged a traffic policeman on the hood of his speeding car for nearly 1.5 kilometers after the cop had tried to stop the 19-year-old driver who jumped a traffic signal in Maharashtra’s Palghar district.
According to reports, the incident happened in Vasai area, nearly 60 kms from Mumbai, on Sunday evening, when traffic police constable, Somnath Chaudhary, stationed at a busy junction in Vasai, spotted a car bearing Uttar Pradesh registration jumping traffic signal.
The traffic cop asked the driver to stop, however, the accused suddenly accelerated the vehicle and hit the constable, who fell on the car’s bonnet and was dragged for around 1.50 km. A police official said that Choudhary sustained injuries in the incident and has been hospitalized.
Visuals showing the constable being dragged on the car’s bonnet were captured on nearby CCTV cameras.
Reports said the driver was soon forced to stop his car due to a traffic jam. The driver was jumped by bystanders who pinned him down and handed him over to the cops.
A senior official said that the 19-year-old accused was driving without a license and has booked under under sections 307 (attempt to murder), 308 (attempt to commit culpable homicide) and 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and other provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act.
Further investigation is ongoing, he added.
In a similar incident, an unidentified man was dragged under a speeding car for nearly 12 kilometers after allegedly being run over by the vehicle on the Yamuna Expressway in Uttar Pradesh during early hours on last Tuesday morning.
According to the police, the body was caught in the under-frame of the car and dragged for nearly 12 km. The erring driver– Virender Singh, a resident of Delhi– who has been arrested, has claimed that the victim had died in a different accident and his corpse got stuck under his car, police said.
The accused driver, who was driving from Agra to Noida at around 4 AM on Tuesday morning when security personnel at a toll booth near Mathura on the Yamuna Expressway noticed the mangled body caught under his car.
Singh blamed low visibility for not realizing there was a body caught under his vehicle and claimed that the man had already died in some other accident. He told the police that he was unable to see due to the thick fog on the Expressway and never noticed the body stuck under his car.
Priyanka Chopra’s mother Madhu Chopra shares unseen photo of Parineeti Chopra from her choora ceremony | See here
AAP leader Raghav Chadha and Bollywood actor Parineeti Chopra took place in Udaipur.
The lovely wedding images of Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha have gone viral on social media. Fans are thrilled to get an insight of the wedding of the year through the couple’s released photos and video, as they exchanged vows at The Leela Palace in Udaipur. Today taking to Instagram Priyanka Chopra’s mother, Madhu Chopra who is the aunt of Parineeti Chopra, shared an unseen picture from her choora ceremony.
Numerous politicians, as well as celebrities including Sania Mirza, her sister Anam Mirza, Harbhajan Singh, and his wife Geeta Basra, attended the Ragneeti wedding.
Madhu Chopra, posted a photo of the actress from her choora ceremony on Instagram today, October 1. The 34-year-old actress can be seen beaming for the camera while sporting her kaliras and covered chooras while donning a stunning yellow salwar suit. Madhu Chopra captioned the image, Happy bride at her choora ceremony.
On Friday, September 29, Raghav Chadha’s uncle Pawan Sachdeva, who also designed the royal wedding attire, gave some information about it. The bridegroom was gorgeous in an ivory sherwani. More information about it was provided by Pawan in the caption of his image, which said, keeping in mind Raghav’s preference for subtle and well-fitted classics, Designer Pawan Sachdeva created an enchanted symphony of stylish ensembles for his nephew’s and the dynamic politician Raghav Chadha’s wedding.
Raghav’s ivory sherwani featured delicate quilting that gave the garment a subtle touch, the author continued. A textured stole with a dull gold border, tan mojiris, and a dull gold hat to match the bride’s attire finished the royal look.
On September 24, the eagerly anticipated wedding of AAP leader Raghav Chadha and Bollywood actor Parineeti Chopra took place in Udaipur. In two opulent hotels, The Leela Palace and The Taj Lake Palace, they exchanged vows in the company of their loved ones. With the magnificent sunset in the background, the groom’s procession, also known as Raghav’s Baraat, proceeded from The Taj Lake Palace on boats.
Asian Games: Indian golfer Aditi Ashok wins silver in women’s individual event
Aditi also became the first Indian woman and the second Indian overall to win an individual medal in golf at the Asian Games, trailing only Shiv Kapur.
Aditi Ashok of India on Sunday, October 1, took home the gold in the women’s individual golf competition. At the West Lake International Golf Course, the 25-year-old from Bangalore, Karnataka, placed second with a score of 17-under after shooting rounds of 67-66-61-73.
She lost to Arpichaya Yubol of Thailand, who finished with a score of 19-under and earned silver with rounds of 67-65-69-77. Hyunjo Yoo of South Korea won the bronze medal with a score of 16-under with rounds of 67-67-68-65.
Aditi also became the first Indian woman and the second Indian overall to win an individual medal in golf at the Asian Games, trailing only Shiv Kapur. Kapur won a gold medal at the Asian Games in Busan in 2002.
Pranavi URS Sharath and Avani Prashanth, the other two competitors from India, came in at positions 12 and 17, respectively. However, Ashok, who agonisingly placed fourth at the Olympics in Tokyo two years ago, was unable to lead India to a podium result in the team competition.
In the history of the Asian Games, India has won seven medals in golf (three gold and four silver). The trio of Rahul Bajaj, Abhijit Singh Chadha, Rashid Khan, and Abhinav Lohan won silver in the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, ending India’s 13-year drought for a golf medal.
In terms of Ashok, since going pro in 2016, she has paved the way for women’s golf in India. Following her T5 finish at the LPGA Founders Cup, Aditi became the first Indian female golfer to join the top 50 in the world rankings, marking a huge step forward in her career.
Ashok started playing golf at a young age. In 2012, 2013 and 2014, she won the National Junior Championship three times in a row. She simultaneously claimed the junior and senior titles in 2014. The Asian Youth Games in 2013, the Youth Olympics, and the Asian Games both in 2014 included only one golfer from India.
Her professional background has also been excellent. She competes on the Ladies European Tour and LPGA Tour, where she has earned US$ 646,044 (about Rs. 15.3 crores). She is also among the top 10 on the Ladies European Tour’s money list after finishing first, second, and third at the start of the season.
India defeats Pakistan to win historic squash gold medal at Asian Games 2023
The triumph helped India win the best-of-three gold medal match 2-1.
Saurav Ghoshal, Abhay Singh, and Mahesh Mangaonkar of India’s men’s squash team completed an incredible comeback to win India’s second squash gold medal at the Asian Games.
After losing the first round, the Indians were down 0-1 before Saurav Ghoshal orchestrated a comeback and Abhay Singh won his best-of-five match by 3-2 in a nail-biter. The triumph helped India win the best-of-three gold medal match 2-1.
After the first two bouts failed to distinguish the two bitter rivals, Abhay Singh faced Noor Zaman in the championship match. The last game of the five-game match between the two superstars was decided by a single point. In the fifth and final game, Abhay was down 8-10 and facing certain defeat. There was no room for error because India could have lost the gold medal with just one point.
However, Abhay showed steely strength to save those two points and go on to win the championship game 12-10. After winning a gold in the 2014 men’s competition, this is India’s second gold medal in squash at the Asiad.
Mahesh Mangaonkar and Saurav Ghoshal played their matches before to Abhay Singh’s match. Mahesh lost three games in a row, which was a devastating setback. Then Ghoshal took matters into his own hands. The renowned Indian talent defeated Muhamad Asim of Pakistan in three straight games, 3-0. After then, Abhay Singh joined the group and contributed to the historic match.
Esha Singh, Palak, and Divya Thadigol, members of the Indian women’s 10m air pistol squad, won silver yesterday in the team competition at the 2018 Asian Games.
Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, Swapnil Sunil Kusale, and Akhil Sheoran’s men’s squad quickly followed suit by winning gold in the men’s 50m rifle 3P team competition.
After losing 1-2 against Hong Kong in the semifinals, the Indian women’s squash team, comprised of Joshna Chinappa, Tanvi Khanna, and Anahat Singh, won bronze.