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October 20, 2019

Man jumps to death off DND flyover police suspect family dispute

first_imgNew Delhi: A 30-year-old man allegedly committed suicide after he jumped into the Yamuna river from the DND flyover in south-east Delhi, a police officer said on Sunday. Police said due to some family problems he took the extreme step. His body was fished after more than 10 hours.According to police, the incident came to light on May 25 at 11.03 pm after they received information regarding drowning of a male in Yamuna river. Police team rushed to the place of the incident. At the spot which is on Yamuna bridge on DND flyway, a motorcycle was found parked. Also Read – Cylinder blast kills mother and daughter in Karawal Nagar”Enquiry at the spot revealed that rider of the bike had jumped into the Yamuna. He is identified as Virender Singh, resident of Radhey Shyam Park Extension. He was unmarried,” said police officer. Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (South East) Kumar Gyanesh said that enquiry further revealed that he was working as a driver of a CA. He was coming from Noida side and stopped the bike on Yamuna bridge. Later, he jumped into Yamuna river as seen by another motorcyclist going in the opposite carriageway. Also Read – Two persons arrested for killing manager of Muthoot FinanceKumar Gyanesh further said that he left his mobile phone, wallet containing documents including identity proof on the bike. The motorcyclist informed about this to guard Sunil, who was posted at guard post. “During the investigation, it was found that the deceased had gone to meet some friends. Later, he jumped off the flyover,” police said. The investigating agency said on May 26, during the search operations at about 2 pm, the body of the deceased Virender Singh had been recovered from the Yamuna river. In this regard, inquest proceedings are being carried. The body is preserved in AIIMS hospital. During the enquiry, statements of the family members have been recorded. So far no foul play is reported. “Enquiry had revealed that due to a family dispute, he has committed suicide. His post-mortem will be held on May 27,” said Additional DCP. Family members of the deceased have been informed in this regard. Police had questioned several persons in this regard to get the further clue in the incident.last_img read more

September 25, 2019

Spanish language course underway for Public Servants

Seventy-seven public servants are currently benefitting from the fourth edition of Spanish language courses being held under a cultural agreement signed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Government of the Republic of Colombia since 1970, a press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated. The classes are scheduled to end in August. Participants will receive a certificate from the National University of Colombia at the conclusion of the course.Professor Nelson Hernan Giraldo of the National University of Colombia engages public servants during a lesson.National Ozone Officer with the Ministry of Agriculture Behonka Dey said, “It’s a bit challenging, especially the vocabulary although I like that the class is continuous.” She noted that she often encounters Spanish while at work and “even though I might not be fluent, I still need to understand what is being said.”Another participant, Foreign Service Officer; Robin Motayne explained that the course is interactive with a very engaging lecturer. “Very little English is spoken in the class, which is good, because a foreign officer should be versed in a language; at least one or two,” Motayne continued.Other participants come from Guyana Revenue Authority, the Ministry of the Presidency, Carnegie School of Home Economics, Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation, Guyana Lands and Survey Commission, the Ministry of Business, the Guyana Police Force, the Ministry of Public Health, the Teaching Service Commission and the Ministry of Education among others.The four-month course is being conducted by Professor Nelson Hernan Giraldo who has taught at several universities and academic institutions, the statement added.  Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedOver 50 Public Servants selected for training in SpanishAugust 10, 2016In “latest news”US Ambassador to Guyana remains on job- Embassy PROJanuary 22, 2017In “latest news”New U.S Ambassador to be accredited on FridayOctober 1, 2015In “Politics” read more