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Accident News Stories

Woman Runs Over Herself, Dies

(NEWSER) A 67-year-old Texas woman was killed yesterday morning when her own car ran her over. Isabel Huerta pulled over her PT Cruiser front of a San Antonio high school and got out of the car, but left it in gear, theExpress-News reports. Huerta then fell overjust as the car began rolling backward toward her. A nurse on her way to work stopped in an attempt to help and called 911. Firefighters jack-lifted the car off of Huera and performed CPR, but it was no use: She died at the scene. There are "various theories circulating as to why she got out of the car," a police officer says. Huerta's family tells Fox 29 that they suspect she got out because she was feeling sick.

7 Killed as Truck, Minivan Collide in Upstate NY

(AP) Seven people, including children, were killed when a tractor-trailer collided with a minivan on a rural two-lane highway in upstate New York, officials said yesterday. The rig was headed south around 6pm on Route 13 about 25 miles south of Syracuse when the trailer became disconnected and crossed the center line, hitting a minivan carrying eight people, according to a rep for the Cortland County Sheriff's Department. The force of the impact ripped the minivan apart, and both vehicles came to rest on the shoulder of the roadway. Officials have not released the identities of those killed, but all of them were passengers in the minivan. Two people in the truck were not injured, the sheriff's rep said. Officials did not say what caused the accident. The National Weather Service in Binghamton reported thunderstorms and steady showersincluding hailin the Truxton area yesterday evening. County Coroner Whitney Meeker said there was one survivor who was taken to a hospital in Syracuse. Meeker said it will probably take the next two days to complete autopsies.

Car Plows into Parade Crowd, Injures 60

(NEWSER) Up to 60 people have been injured, some critically, after a man drove a car into a crowd during a parade in southwestern Virginia. Three victims were flown to hospital via helicopter, and another 12 to 15 went by ambulance, after being struck while watching the Hikers Parade at a festival celebrating

the Appalachian Trail in the small mountain town of Damascus, reports the AP. Four of the victims are considered seriously injured, adds theBristol Herald Courier. The identity of the driver, and why he drove into the crowd, are still unknown. Witnesses say he was an elderly manone who recognized him says he's 80and came in from a side street, driving into the crowd for more than 100 feet before stopping, Some victims were trapped underneath the car. "He was hitting hikers," said a witness, "I saw hikers just go everywhere."

Kayaker Saves Family After SUV Crash

(AP) A kayaker is being credited with helping to save a family of five after their SUV had veered off a road and ended up in a Northern California river. The family was driving along Highway 50 on Thursday afternoon when their SUV veered off the road, hit a concrete mile marker, a large tree, and a boulder, before falling over a cliff into the American River, Sacramento television station KCRA-TVreported. A kayaker on the river was able to get three childrena 4-year-old girl and two 15-year-twin girlsout of the SUV and get them to shore, officials said. When the kayakeridentified as Mark Divittorio of Placervillewent back to the SUV he found the driver with his head partly underwater and the man's wife helping to hold his head up, the station said. "It was fortuitous that they didn't actually land on me," Divittorio says. "I was kayaking right there moments before they plunged off the cliff." The driver suffered moderate to major injuries, according to police, but everyone else suffered only bumps and bruises.

Sports News Stories

Rajasthan Royals owner Kundra lost around Rs 1 crore in IPL

betting: Police

New Delhi: Delhi Police on Thursday claimed that Rajasthan Royals owner Raj Kundra had admitted to

placing bets on his team through a bookie-friend. According to the police, Kundra lost around Rs 1 crore

in betting over the last three years.


Investigators also claimed Kundra (36) told them that he lost around Rs 1 crore in the past three years in

betting in IPL matches. However, police said they have no evidence yet to implicate Kundra in fixing




Spot-fixing: Sreesanth’s judicial custody extended till 18th June

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Tuesday extended the judicial custody of pacer S Sreesanth and 22 others till June 18 in connection with IPL spot-fixing scandal after the Delhi Police informed it had invoked MCOCA provisions against them.

Police told the court that provisions of the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act (MCOCA) have been invoked against all the 26 accused as they were allegedly facilitating the illegal acts of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his aide Chhota Shakeel.


Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Lokesh Kumar Sharma was also informed that MCOCA enables the police to seek further custodial interrogation of accused to unearth the organized syndicate in the case.

Bookies thrashed Chandila in jail for defying their signal on ground


Mumbai: Delhi-based bookie Ashwin Agarwal alias Tinku, who has been taken into custody by Mumbai


Crime Branch, has opened a Pandora’s box for investigators.

Tinku, who was taken into custody by the Branch’s property cell on May 24, has bared
Tinku, who was taken into custody by the Branch’s property cell on May 24, has bared the particulars of
the IPL spot-fixing involving Rajasthan Royals cricketers Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan. He also
spilled the beans on a score-settling scuffle that broke out in Tihar jail between him and another bookie
and Chandila, after the latter fell short of the number of runs he had promised to throw away, thus
draining their gains.
According to Crime Branch officials, Tinku told them that on March 20, he and another bookie Sunil
Bhatia met Chandila and Chavan outside Ashoka Hotel in Dahisar where a deal of spot-fixing was struck.

Police name Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel as co-accused in spot-fixing

New Delhi: The spot-fixing scandal in IPL turned murkier with the names of global terrorist and
New Delhi: The spot-fixing scandal in IPL turned murkier with the names of global terrorist and India's
most wanted man Dawood Ibrahim and his close aide Chotta Shakeel surfacing in the case.
Delhi Police today slapped stringent Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA) against all
the 26 accused, including three cricket players of Rajasthan Royals, and claimed bookies like Ashiwani
Aggarwal were working at the behest of Dawood gang.
The police claimed they were armed with enough evidence and telephone intercepts to prove in the court
that the bookies had made use of the underworld network in fixing IPL matches.
A top police official associated with the probe said they had enough telephonic intercepts which showed
the bookies had made calls to Dubai, Karachi and other cities of Pakistan to fix and alter betting rates.
As the Delhi Police had ensured that the accused in the case would not get bail easily by slapping
MCOCA, its investigation was on to nab a Hyderabad-based person who could lead to the door of another
cricket team whose players were allegedly involved in spot fixing.

A hunt has been launched for apprehending this person who was named by bookie Mohammed Yahya,


arrested in Hyderabad, during his questioning, the police officials said.




Huma Siddiqui: New Delhi, Jun 07, 2013 at 0249 hrs ISTDeals worth $25 bn expected to be closed by IAF this fiscal, its largest ever procurement.


Reuters: Washington, Jun 07, 2013 at 0121 hrs ISTLeading US business groups on Wednesday urged President Barack Obama to act against what they said were ‘‘unacceptable’’ Indian trade practices that have hurt US exports in areas ranging from pharmaceuticals to electronics.


Press Trust of India: New Delhi, Jun 07, 2013 at 1525 hrs ISTMoody's says decision on bonds to curb gold demand

won't have positive impact on India's rating.


ENS Economic Bureau: Mumbai, New Delhi, Jun 07, 2013 at 0436 hrs ISTThe RBI has so far only put restrictions on

banks from selling gold coins

Political news Stories


Dikshit said the new elevated road to be built as part of the 2.1 km-long corridor would be the first in Delhi to be constructed on a single pier.



Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan is understood to be planning since long a reshuffle of his Cabinet.



It was a "major exercise which has massively enhanced the purity of electoral rolls".

The Union Agriculture Minister says he favours passing the bill in Parliament.

Crime news stories

1.Police claim ICC warned Gurunath Meiyappan to stay off bookies

Mumbai: Adding a grave dimension to the ongoing IPL scam, Mumbai Police claim to have learnt that Gurunath Meiyappan, son-in-law of BCCI president N Srinivasan was reportedly warned by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to stay clear of bookies before the start of IPL-6, official sources said on Friday. The information was revealed by Meiyappan, arrested for illegal betting and other irregularities, during his custodial interrogation last week, police sources said. The sources said an Anti- Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) official had reportedly advised Meiyappan "to keep off certain suspicious elements" before the IPL-6 season started, implying people like Bollywood actor Vindoo Dara Singh.


Dubai, June 7: An Indian man in Bahrain, who broke a car's side rear view

mirror in the hope of getting deported to India, has been sentenced to jail for

two months. The 33-year-old Indian labourer did not want to pay for the ticket

to go home and hence broke the side rear view mirror of a private car hoping

that he would be deported to India, the Gulf Daily News reported Friday. "I

wanted to go back home," the man was quoted as saying in statement.

"However, I did not know what to do and I kicked the car's window and

smashed it (side rear view mirror) to pieces so that I could be deported back to

India," he said. A lower criminal court judge awarded him a two-month jail

term without deportation on the charge of damaging private property and said

that the crime committed was minor



London, June 3: An Air India cabin crew was detained by the London police

for allegedly smuggling 50 cigarette crates. Though some members of the crew

were released later, Bhavik Shah, who admitted to his crime, was detained for

eight hours. The airline later bailed him out by paying 5,000 pounds.

Confirming the incident, a senior Air India official said Mr Shah has been

suspended. According to airline sources, the incident took place last Friday

after Air India's Mumbai-London flight landed at the Heathrow airport.


Kolkata: Man rapes 21-yr-old Irish woman, arrested

Kolkata, June 3: A young Irish woman was allegedly raped by a man in his

house in Kalighat area. The woman, aged 21, filed a police complaint on

Saturday alleging that she met the accused, Sujay Mitra, on May 31 at a pub

here where she was celebrating her birthday, police said. Later, Mitra allegedly

took the girl to his home and raped her, police said. Following the complaint,

police on Suday arrested Mitra. "We have arrested Mitra. We have started an

investigation," said an official of the Kalighat police station.