Briefly State: Man held for killing minor after failing to rape her
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Lucknow: A man was arrested on Monday for allegedly killing a minor girl after failing to rape her in Shahjahanpur district . The 11-year-old girl went missing on October 18 when she had gone to graze her cattle in Tilhar area. Two days later her body was found buried in a field, said police. On the basis of investigation, police arrested Chandrahas alias Guddu from Dariabazar and recovered blood- stained clothes allegedly of the victim. During interrogation, Guddu told police that he killed the girl after failing to rape her, said police.
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Students clash with RPF in Mahoba
LUCKNOW: Students of a college in Mahoba clashed with the Railway Protection Force (RPF) after two students were caught riding a motorcycle on the railway platform. About 50 students of Veer Bhumi Mahavidyalay reached the RPF outpost and started pelting stones. The situation was brought under control after the police reached the site. The Government Railway Police lodged an FIR against four named and around 50 unidentified students. On the basis of a complaint filed by students, the GRP lodged a non-cognizable report against RPF inspector P C Punjabi. The students alleged that the RPF inspector had abused them.
Kanpur immolation bid: Woman dies
LUCKNOW: Sahiba, the 26-year-old who allegedly set herself ablaze along with her mother Tasneem Fatima (52) on October 10 outside the DM's office in Kanpur district, died in hospital on Monday. They were protesting against police inaction against hooligans who had allegedly grabbed their house.
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