Man with ₹25k bounty held in encounter

  • | Tuesday | 28th November, 2023

Meerut: In a joint operation, Noida STF and Bulandshahr police arrested a wanted criminal after a brief exchange of fire on Sunday night in Khanpur area of Bulandshahr.According to officials, the accused, Deepak Kumar, 25, a resident of Hapur, was wanted in as many as 12 theft-related cases. SP (City) Surendra Nath Tiwari said that on getting a tip-off, police intercepted two miscreants riding on a motorcycle around 11.30 pm.The culprits open fire on the cops to flee from the spot. During the cross-firing, Kumar was shot in the leg while his accomplice escaped, said Tiwari. ASP, Noida STF, Raj Kumar Mishra said that the accused had a reward of Rs 25,000 on his head.We also published the following articles recentlyMain accused in Visakhapatnam fishing harbour fire arrestedThe city police have arrested the main accused from the Jalaripet Fishermen Community in connection with the fire at the fishing harbour. The accused, who consumed liquor throughout the day of the fire mishap, allegedly torched the fishing boats after a fight. The police apprehended them after reviewing CCTV footage and call data of mobile phones in the area. The government and Janasena chief Pavan Kalyan provided compensation to the victims of the incident.Close shave for 3 as car catches fire on Noida roadA vehicle caught fire near the Baba Balak Nath temple in Sector 71, Noida. The car suffered extensive damage due to a short circuit in the air conditioner. Firefighters from Gautam Buddh Nagar quickly responded to the scene and brought the fire under control. All three occupants of the vehicle escaped unharmed.Sam Altman returns as CEO of ChatGPT maker OpenAI: Who said what in this hiring and firing sagaOpenAI announces the return of Sam Altman as CEO, along with a new initial board consisting of Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, and Adam DAngelo. Altmans reinstatement follows a campaign by employees, investors, and allies. Microsofts announcement of a new AI lab led by Altman and others, as well as the threat of employee walkouts, played a role in the boards decision. The former Twitch boss, Emmett Shear, who was previously named OpenAI CEO, has an uncertain future. The board cited a breakdown in communication as the reason for Altmans initial sacking.

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