Nagpur News Crime
49-yr-old man dies while playing badminton in Nagpur
A 49-year-old man in Nagpur died while playing badminton in Pachpaoli area on Monday morning at around 6:45 am. The deceased, identified as Gunnu Dharma Lohara, was a resident of Yadav Nagar who was playing badminton with his friend.
He was rushed to Central Railway Hospital in an unconscious state and was declared dead by the doctors there.
Glimpse of beautification work ahead of G20 Summit in Nagpur…
The beautification work of Nagpur ahead of the G20 Summit in the city on March 20 and 21 has been afoot. Take a closer look at the same above…
G20 Summit is the premier forum for international economic cooperation that plays an important role in shaping and strengthening global architecture and governance on all major international economic issues. India holds the Presidency of the G20 from 1 December 2022 to 30 November 2023.
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Nagpur declared ‘no drone zone’ on March 20, 21
Ahead of G20 meet in Nagpur, Assistant Commissioner of Police Ashwati Dorje, on Wednesday, said the city has been declared ‘No Drone Zone’ on March 20, 21. The development came in as a security measure for the large number of foreign delegates that will be in the city for the summit.
Any aerial objects including use of parachutes have also been banned.
Also read: ED searches at Nagpur office of Church of North India in Sadar
ED searches at Nagpur office of Church of North India in Sadar
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) searched the Nagpur office of the Church of North India (CNI) at Sadar area on Wednesday in connection with a cheating case registered against PC Singh, bishop of the CNI’s Jabalpur Diocese in Bhopal.
The ED is currently carrying out searches at 11 locations across India. In September 2022, Singh had been detained at Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport (Nagpur airport) for questioning after an offence was registered against him. When Singh was in Germany, Madhya Pradesh Police had recovered around ₹1.6 crore in Indian and foreign currencies from the bishop’s residence in Jabalpur.
Last year in July, a case was registered against Singh for allegedly indulging in financial misconduct in running an educational society, of which he was the chairman.
ED officials said as per an investigation, ₹2.7 crore collected as students’ fees by the society’s various institutions between the year 2004-05 and 2011-12 was allegedly transferred to religious institutions, misused and spent by the bishop for personal needs and a part of the money was also transferred to CNI’s Nagpur office.
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