Unknown man found dead in Mahakaleshwar Temple

Dead body of an elderly man was found today inside the compound of Mahakaleshwar Temple situated at Amabamata near I.G Bungalow.

The body was shifted to mortuary and police has started searching for the relatives of deceased man.

Prima Facie, the deceased man whose age is around 70 years appears to be a beggar. Upon searching his belongings, police found few pairs of clothes in his bag.

Mentally disturbed man kills cousin

A 20-year-old mentally disturbed man brutally murdered his 12-year-old cousin with axe. The victim girl was daughter of the accused Vijay Kumar’s uncle. The incident took place at Paduna Village.

According to police, the accused was mentally disturbed from last few days and behaving insanely. [..]

Three girls drown in a well

In an utter shocking and sad incident, three underage girls died after getting drowned in a well. The mishap took place today at Aalpura Village, 70kms from Udaipur.

Bodies of the victims, Maya (10), Varsha (12) and Manju (15) were pulled out from the well and handed over to the relatives after conducting postmortem. [..]

Udaipur Police reach Bihar in search of Conmen

Udaipur police reached Bihar’s Hajari Bagh in search of the suspects who allegedly conned the Deputy Director of Agriculture Department and made him deposit Rs.2 Lac in the name of a senior IAS officer.

Investigating Officer Nirbhay Singh and his team went to Bihar after receiving clues about the account holder in whose bank account the amount was deposited by the victim Ramesh Jaroli. Police reached the house of Santosh Vishwakarma. However Santosh was not found but his relatives helped police in arranging telephonic conversation with him. [..]

Raje angry on Patwaris, hears public grievance in Kherwada

Thousands of people turned up with their problems to the Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje who addressed a public hearing in Kherwada. During the campaign, Raje also did sudden inspections of several government departments, schools and instructed the concerned officials to take immediate actions. [..]