Noida police busts gang duping students of money on promise of admissions at reputed varsities

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The gang, which has its office in Sector 58, Noida, is believed to have duped hundreds of students to the tune of crores of rupees, police said. “The police received a tip-off that members of a gang involved in fraudulent activities would be crossing Sector 77, Noida, on Monday. Acting on the information, the suspects were arrested during a checking in the area. The police have seized, 61 postdated cheques totalling ₹5.06 crore, ₹3.90 lakh cash, two laptops, 16 mobile phones and a Kia Seltos car from the gang’s possession,” said Mishra. Noida police on Monday busted a gang of frauds that used to dupe students and their families in the guise of getting them admissions to reputed colleges and universities in the country, senior police officers said, adding that four men and two women have been arrested in this connection. The arrested suspects were identified as Rahul Kumar (30), Anupam Kumar (28), both residents of Greater Noida west, Dayanand Pandey (25), resident of Mamura colony in Sector 59, Sachin Singh (25), resident of Sangam Vihar, Delhi, Vidushi Lohia (37), resident of Sector 49, Noida, and Nikita Upadhyay (24), a resident of Sector 55, Noida.
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Virat Kohli's rough form described by teammate
Virat Kohli's poor form was reviewed by an Indian player after beating USA

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Shefali Dhiman
Team India star was questioned about Virat Kohli's recent poor form after Rohit Sharma's team defeated the USA in the T20 World Cup. Kohli faced his first-ever golden duck in January against Afghanistan. Despite a strong IPL season, Kohli struggled with scores of 1, 4, and 0 in the first three T20 World Cup matches.
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Ajit Doval stays as security adviser
Ajit Doval appointed for third term as National Security Adviser; PK Mishra remains PM's Principal Secretary

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Shefali Dhiman
Top bureaucrats Ajit Doval, PK Mishra, Amit Khare, and Tarun Kapoor will continue in their roles at the Prime Minister's office. Doval remains National Security Advisor, Mishra as Principal Secretary, and former IAS officers Khare and Kapoor as advisers. Their appointments coincide with PM Modi's term or until further notice.
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ATM cash withdrawals might cost more soon
Using ATMs might get more expensive due to possible increase in interchange fees

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Shefali Dhiman
CATMI is asking RBI and NPCI to increase ATM withdrawal fees to ₹23 per transaction, paid by customers. Currently, savings account holders in major cities get five free monthly withdrawals, and three free at other bank ATMs. The last fee increase was two years ago, from ₹15 to ₹17.
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PM reviews security in Jammu and Kashmir
Prime Minister examines Jammu and Kashmir security, assessing complete counter-terrorism capabilities

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Shefali Dhiman
Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting to assess Jammu and Kashmir's security situation after recent encounters between security forces and terrorists. He spoke with Home Minister Amit Shah and NSA Ajit Doval, discussing counter-terrorism efforts and deploying full armed forces' capabilities. The PM also briefed with local officials on ongoing operations.
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Oppo F27 Pro plus 5G launched in India
Oppo F27 Pro+ 5G released in India: Learn price, features, and other details here

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Shefali Dhiman
The Oppo F27 Pro+ 5G is now available in India, starting at Rs. 27,999 for the 128GB model and Rs. 29,999 for the 256GB variant. It boasts a 6.7-inch OLED screen with a fast 120Hz refresh rate. Powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 7050 chip, it supports rapid 67W charging and has a sturdy build with IP69, IP68, and IP66 certifications for water and dust resistance.
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Diljit keeps marriage secret for safety reasons
Diljit Dosanjh may be hiding his marriage due to security concerns, says Ammy Virk

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Shefali Dhiman
Rumors about Diljit Dosanjh's marriage have long been in the news. Although Diljit has never confirmed it, Ammy Virk suggested in an interview that Diljit is married and keeps his family private to protect their freedom and safety. Ammy also prefers privacy for his own family.
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