Attempt to kill female policeman for not leaving job, case filed against husband and in-laws in Muzaffarnagar

Attempt to kill female policeman for not leaving job, case filed against husband and in-laws in Muzaffarnagar

A woman policeman posted at the Civil Lines police station has filed a case against her husband and in-laws alleging attempt to murder. Police started investigation.

this is the case

Originally, Sunita, a resident of Salemabad village of Ghaziabad district, is posted in the Civil Line police station. Sunita was married in the year 2019 with Yogesh Rathi resident of village Dariyapur police station, Simbhaoli district, Hapur. Yogesh is in CRPF. He is posted in Ghaziabad. It is alleged that Yogesh was pressurizing her to leave the job only after marriage. He was pressurizing for divorce on not leaving the job, but Sunita refused. It is alleged that Yogesh came from Ghaziabad on October 8 and tried to kill him by strangulation while assaulting him. Sunita somehow saved her life. It is alleged that Yogesh's sister Rashmi also abuses him. The police started investigation by registering a case against Yogesh, father Jaideep and Yogesh's sister Rashmi on Sunita's Tahrir.

Bike riding youths fired, case registered

Muzaffarnagar. Kaushal's wife Ravi Sagar, a resident of South Nanupuri of Civil Line police station, told in the Civil Line police station that she was sitting at her house on Tuesday. It is alleged that some youths reached his house in the evening and started abusing him. On protesting, the accused opened fire. She narrowly escaped being shot. The accused fled after firing and making noise. The woman has filed a case against Shubham resident Anand Vihar, Akshay Balian and Vishal resident Soram, Suryansh Jawla resident of Jat Colony and four unknowns. Police registered a case and started searching for the accused.

robbed a young man by taking hostage

Muzaffarnagar. On the pretext of getting miraculous water in Khanpur village of Khatauli area, the youth was taken hostage and robbed by miscreants. The miscreants robbed 12 thousand rupees and mobile from him at the tip of the gun. On protesting, the miscreants fled after throwing him in the forest.

Firoz son Fazil, resident of Mohalla Kidwainagar, had come to Budhana to meet his mother on Wednesday. Meanwhile, he got down from the bus at Khatauli. After completing his work from the town, he was standing at the station waiting for the bus to go to Budhana. During this, two youths riding bikes came to him and inquired about the miraculous water in Khanpur. The youths made him sit on the bike after complicating him in talks. On the way, the miscreants took him hostage. On Falavada Road, the miscreants injured Firoz by hitting the butt of the gun. The miscreants robbed 12 thousand rupees and mobile from his pocket. On resisting, he threw them on the side of the field and fled. The victim informed the police with the help of passers-by. After that he reached Kotwali and narrated the incident.

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Meerut: After Major subjects, CBSE has now released datesheet of minor subjects

Meerut: After Major subjects, CBSE has now released datesheet of minor subjects

 After releasing the datesheet of major subjects for the term-one exam of this session by CBSE, now the datesheet of minor subjects has also been released. According to the information given earlier by CBSE, the datesheet of minor subjects has been sent to the schools. The exams for the minor subjects will be conducted by the schools in the school itself before the major subjects.

Minor subjects class 12 exam 16 and class 10 exam from 17 November

Minor subjects prescribed by CBSE are taught in different regions across the country. So not all exams will be held in every district. The examination for the same subjects will be conducted in the district in which the subject is taught. In the examination of minor subjects, class 12th examination is starting on November 16 and class 10th examination is starting on November 17. The 10th class exam will end on 7th December. The last paper of the 12th examination will be held on December 30. After November 17, the datesheet for class X minor subjects will have papers on November 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29 a

The number of minor subjects in class XII is very high

The minor subjects of class XII are very high. Their exams will start on November 16, followed by November 17, 18, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30 and will be held on December 2, 3, 4 and 6. This will be followed by a long break and then the papers of minor subjects will be held on December 23, 27, 28, 29 and 30. CBSE has prepared the datesheet of minor subjects by incorporating the datesheet of major subjects. There will be examinations for class XII major subjects along with the paper of minor subjects of class X. At the same time, along with the minor subjects of class XII, there will be an examination for the major subjects of class X. For the examination of minor subjects CBSE will send the question paper, but the examination will be conducted entirely by the school management.

CBSE extended the exam time by one hour in the morning

Due to winter season, CBSE has extended the exam time by one hour in the morning. Now instead of starting from 10:30 am, the exam will start at 11:30 am. Apart from this, the detailed information related to the examination for the students will be in the admit card. Apart from the admit card, information will be provided by the school and CBSE from time to time. 

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