Five injured in Dwarka over property dispute

first_imgNEW DELHI: Five people were injured, four of them received bullet injuries when a clash broke out between neighbours over property dispute in Mitraon Village in the national Capital’s Najafgarh in Dwarka. The injured were admitted in the hospital where their condition si said to be stable. “We were informed at 11.45 p.m. on Monday about the altercation. Some shots were even fired,” a senior police officer said. When the police team reached the spot, five people were found to have been injured. Those injured were identified as Sudarshan, 41, and his brother Samar Singh, who had bullet injuries, and three of the family members Naveen, 21, Amarjeet, 25, and Satish, 51, who were all shifted to hospital, Singh said. During the probe, it was found that a minor altercation and exchange of abuse over the construction of a wall had snowballed into a fist fight later even firearms were used.last_img read more

UN environmental team on standby to help China Russia in river pollution

The Joint UN Environment Programme (UNEP)/Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Environment Unit said today it was ready to deploy experts to conduct any activities that may be required, including an environmental assessment, or to provide technical support to Government authorities.To date, however, no official request for international help has been received.The Unit continues to monitor the situation and remains in close contact with a number of potential donor governments and other relevant partners, including the UN Development Programme (UNDP) in China, OCHA Moscow, the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and UNEP. read more