Chennai sources have stated that in a suspected case of suicide, the body of a 25 year old software engineer was found hanging from the ceiling of a room in a private lodge here on Friday.
Sources have stated that the deceased was identified as Aravind Kumar, employed with a software company at Thoraipakkam. The management of the lodge alerted police after an employee noticed the body hanging in the room on Thursday night. No suicide note was found and the body was sent for post-mortem and later handed over to his family.
The police have rushed to the spot and are making
investigations with the hotel management and staffs. It is not known for what
purpose the incident had happened. The news was informed to the boy’s parents
by the hotel management.
Thieves looted jewelry from Lalitha Jewelry outlet According to sources it was stated that recently a theft has been reported from up market jewellery outlet Lalitha Jewellery in Hyderabad. Sources have stated that the theft was noticed on Saturday and a complaint has been promptly lodged with the Punjagutta police.
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