Four injured in clashNEW DELHI: Four men sustained head injuries in a clash between two groups over a trivial issue at Nandnagri in North-East Delhi on Sunday. One of the four accused has been arrested. According to the police, the brawl broke out around 3-30 p.m. when an area resident passed a remark at a child, which led to a verbal altercation between him, his friends and the other party. The police said Imran, Sanu, Shahzad and Rashid attacked Wasim, Praveen, Abdullah and Bilkis. Sanu also allegedly fired from a country-made firearm. The four injured were taken to GTB Hospital and discharged after treatment. The police have arrested Imran.

Nigerian held NEW DELHI: Another Nigerian national was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) at Tilak Nagar in West Delhi on Saturday for allegedly dealing in drugs. The enforcement agency recovered over 400 gm of heroin, 15 gm of cocaine and 20 ecstasy tablets from his possession. The accused has been identified as Kayush Ibrahim alias Tony.

Arrested for robberyNEW DELHI: Four men allegedly involved in robbery cases were arrested at Alipur in North-West Delhi on June 9. Two country-made firearms were recovered from their possession. The accused have been identified as Ashwini, Kamlesh, Jaiveer and Praveen. According to the police, they were involved in at least four cases of robbery registered at the Alipur police station. The accused also committed robberies in Haryana. The police have seized a Santro car they purportedly used as get-away vehicle.

Man goes missingNEW DELHI: A 35-year-old man working with a Mumbai-based firm, who had arrived here at the Indira Gandhi International Airport from Turkey, went missing from the domestic wing from where he was to board a connecting flight to Mumbai on June 9. According to a missing report lodged at the Palam airport police station, Ahmad Tufel who works with Ocean Diving Centre Limited in Mumbai was repatriated from Istanbul in Turkey. Tufel, who at times suffers memory loss, however did not board the Mumbai flight. Later, Tufel disappeared from the airport.

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