Delhi's horror crime: Four minors slit throat of a 16-year-old

19 Jun 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
News from Delhi this Monday!

Four minors, were held for slitting the throat of 16-year-old Jatin in Delhi's Kanjhawala because he refused to end his relationship with his friend's cousin.

The four minors then went to a friend's house to ask for money to escape but he decided to inform the police instead.

By the time police reached, Jatin had bled to death.

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WeatherDelhi-NCR wakes up to pleasant Monday morning, thunderstorm likely

Residents woke up to a pleasant Monday morning with rainfall reported in several areas across Delhi-NCR, that also dropped the mercury.

According to IMD, ''the sky will remain generally cloudy. There is possibility of thunderstorm with rain."

The minimum temperature was recorded at 24 degrees Celsius, four degrees below the season's average.

The IMD recorded 16.6 mm rain till 8.30am in the city.