Fri, 26 Mar 2010 10:48:06 GMT

Crime: Woman chops off head of three-year-old boy

Today's crime file includes the macabre tale of how a woman chopped off the head of a three-year-old. She is alleged to be a black magic practitioner. Equally shocking is the case where brothers had to beat their father to death as he tried to attack their mother. In other cases, industrialist Ness Wadia was caught smoking and promptly fined by the Punjab police, Zaveri blast accused is auctioning his kidney to pay his lawyer's fees and the missing home ministry official was found unconscious near his home. Amity student's body was found in Aligarh and police have arrested three people.


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Woman chops off head of three-year-old boy

Jagannathpur (Jharkhand): In a macabre incident, a woman allegedly chopped off the head of a three-year-old boy with a sword at Saparamguttu village in West Singhbhum district today, police sources said.

The boy was playing with some other boys in front of his house when his neighbour Tulsi Kui, an alleged black magic practitioner, attacked them.

The other boys managed to escape but Kui caught hold of Sinku and allegedly chopped off his head, they said.

The villagers caught hold of Kui and handed her over to police. The reasons behind the woman''s actions is being investigated.

To save mother, brothers kill father

Bhopal: Two men have been booked in a Madhya Pradesh town on charges of beating to death their drunken father after he tried to kill their mother with an axe, police said Thursday.

Raju, 30, and Pappu, 28, are being sought for killing Totaram Verma (50) in Mhow Wednesday evening. The sons initially told police that their father was injured after falling from a wall. But an autopsy revealed he was beaten to death.

Police said the two brothers tried to stop their drunken father when he attacked his wife after a row. When he persisted, they charged at him with lathis, killing him.

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