Mumbai boy repeatedly stabs molester before escaping

03 Feb 2017 | By Gogona Saikia
Updates from in and around Mumbai

A Class IV student of Deedee's Madrassa in Sewri repeatedly stabbed a teacher with a pen, who was trying to sodomize him, before escaping.

The accused allegedly took the boy home forcefully and sexually assaulted him. The boy ran to his tuition teacher and informed him about the incident.

The man has been booked.

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03 Feb 2017Mumbai boy repeatedly stabs molester before escaping

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Pune is hosting the Davis Cup after 43 years, from February 3-5.

The Davis Cup Asia/Oceania tie between New Zealand and India will take place at the Mahalunge Malewadi Sports Complex.

Tickets to the event are being given out for free. Online ticketing system has also been introduced.

Big names including Leander Paes, Uki Bhambri and Alistair Hunt will be seen in action.

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Gautam had slowed down the train after crossing Grant Road as it was moving over a cross-over.

The motorman and a few passengers then helped the woman up on to the platform.

EducationSociology textbook says 'ugly' women have to pay more dowry

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The chapter, titled 'Major Social Problems in India', also says dowry demand can be higher if the groom is from a higher caste.

The chapter has been in place since the last three years.

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Nashik registered a 76% increase in juvenile crime in 2015-2016. Minors have been found to be involved in serious offences too, like murder, rape and arson.

Most juvenile criminals are between 14-18 years of age.

"Problem is police cannot arrest them [juveniles] or interrogate them in uniform," police officials said.

Cops have reached out to schools and conduct regular patrolling to check unwanted incidents.

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26-year-old biker Mayur Devrukhkar was decapitated in a freak accident on the Mumbai-Goa Highway, when he rode through a snapped 22KV high-tension cable that had gotten entangled with a passing truck.

The Sangameshwar resident was riding from Ratnagiri to his workplace in Chiplun when the mishap happened at Pimplewadi.

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Procam International was about to announce the launch of Nexa P1 Powerboat, a three-day motorboat race, when BMC officials walked in with bulldozers and demolished the dais near Gateway of India.

Officials said permission had not been granted for this event as the organizers had not cleared crores of pending dues from the Mumbai Marathon.

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