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Chopped body: Police yet to identify woman

New Delhi:Two days after body parts of a woman were found in a canal in Southwest Delhi's Sagarpur area, police were still to identify it. No external identification marks have been found on the body. Police suspect it to be a love affair gone wrong. "Prima facie it appears an estranged lover killed her and chopped her body," an officer said. The legs of the woman were found in the canal on Friday and the torso was recovered a few metres away. The head and hands are still missing, police said.

Neo-natal care unit in every Haryana district hospital soon

Gurgaon:Haryana Health minister Rao Narender Singh on Sunday said the state government has decided to set up sick neo-natal care unit (SNCU) in general hospitals of every district. Recently, SNCUs were set up in 13 districts and the remaining nine districts would be covered soon. Singh was in Gurgaon to inaugurate the IVF centre in Park Hospital, located in Sector-47.

Man convicted of raping daughter's friend

New Delhi:Holding a man guilty of raping a 15-year-old friend of his daughter, a fast track court said delay by victim in lodging complaint of sexual violence should not be a mitigating factor for conviction of accused as it is agonising for victims to confide in such cases. Additional Sessions Judge Virender Bhat said sexual assault is the most hated crime and it needs "immense courage" on part of the woman to disclose such crimes against her to her well-wishers and police.

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