Summary The two labourers, hailing from West Bengal, confessed to raping and robbing her. A day after the recovery of the woman's body, the inspector of the nearby Kelambakkam Police Station was suspended for not promptly acting on the complaint of her father.
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Summary The accused was arrested from West Bengal and is being brought back to Chennai by train. A statement issued by the police said the two had robbed the woman of her mobile phone and credit card before murdering her. The arrest comes just a day after two migrant workers from Bengal were arrested in Chennai over the death of the woman.
Summary CHENNAI: Clicking a wrong number on a dropdown menu to book an office-provided cab late at night may have cost TCS employee Uma Maheswari her life. A company spokesman said the system would only "throw back" the request citing the invalid number, and not reject the request.
Summary As per news reports, police are investigating the suspected murder of Uma Maheswari as the post-mortem report revealed a deep wound. Police then recovered the body and summoned Uma's colleagues and father to identify the body since a missing person complaint was filed by the TCS.
Summary Uma Maheshwari, 23, was found dead on February 22, nine days after she went missing on her way from work in Siruseri. "The red thread helped us confirm the presence of one of the accused when the rape and murder occurred. The footage of a person who was trying to use a card after masking his face with a handkerchief raised further suspicion. He was wearing a red shirt and his physique led us to the conclusion that he may have been a manual labourer," said a police officer.
Summary Uma Maheswari, 23-year-old software professional from the Salem city was working with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in SIPCOT park at Siruseri near Chennai. The police cannot rule out sexual violence in the case, even the motive behind the murder cannot be confirmed.
Summary Kolkata, March 1 (IANS) Though social media may not be a substitute for traditional means of campaigning, West Bengal politicians, with an eye on the ensuing Lok Sabha polls, are increasingly resorting to the digital medium and connecting to the public, particularly young voters, through new-age communication platforms like Twitter and Facebook.
Summary Yvonne Leung, spokeswoman for the Hong Kong Federation of Students, confirmed that the government has reached out to her organization through a middleman to get feedback in the wake of Tuesday's first round of dialogue, which saw five federation members talk for two hours with government officials.
Summary The same court also sentenced on Tuesday two Saudi citizens to death and a third to 12 years in prison for taking part in violent protests in the eastern town of al-Awamiya, a Shiite stronghold where protests erupted in 2011 demanding greater rights from the Sunni-led monarchy.
Summary The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the coalition launched four airstrikes on oil wells in the Jafra field late Wednesday. The Observatory, which relies on a network of activists around the country, said that since the airstrikes on Syria began a month ago, 553 people have been killed including 32 civilians.
Summary The Shiites from the minority Hazara community were targeted outside a vegetable market on the outskirts of Quetta city, operations police chief Aitzaz Goraya said. The local Taliban have been waging a war against the state in a bid to topple the government and impose their harsh brand of Islamic law, and have killed thousands of Pakistanis over the last decade.