GURUGRAM: The Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), Gurgaon, on Wednesday allowed CBI to take fingerprints of the Class 11 student, who was apprehended last month in connection with the murder of Pradhyumn Thakur of Ryan International School-Bhondsi.The agency is likely to take the fingerprints at the observation home, Faridabad, where the juvenile is lodged, on December 19, as the board rejected the application filed by the juvenile's counsel opposing the move.Judicial Magistrate (First Class)...
GURGAON: The Juvenile Justice Board of Gurgaon on Wednesday allowed the Central Bureau of Investigation ( CBI ) to take the finger prints of the class XI student, suspect in the murder case of Pradhyumn Thakur inInternational School.
Gurgaon: The district administration is expected to launch a massive anti-encroachment drive on Wednesday, and seal all structures built illegally within 300 metres of the Indian Air Force (IAF) ammunition depot, a restricted zone, in Gurgaon.As per a survey report, over 6,000 structures, including houses and shops, have been constructed illegally in the restricted zone over the years.
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