Left Menu
Development News Edition

Elderly woman, daughter-in-law killed UP's Firozabad

PTI | Firozabad | Updated: 08-08-2019 14:07 IST | Created: 08-08-2019 14:07 IST
Elderly woman, daughter-in-law killed UP's Firozabad

An elderly woman and her daughter-in-law were on Thursday killed by some unidentified persons in their house here, police said. The incident took place at about 11 am when some persons entered the house of city's renowned doctor L K Gupta in lane number four of Naya Rasulpur locality and killed his mother Shivdevi (75) and sister-in-law Rani Devi (25), they said.

Prima facie it appeared that they were killed with sharp edged weapons, police said, adding that the bodies have been sent for postmortem. No arrests have been made so far, they said.



South Africa's COVID-19 response: Surprising outcomes or just poor data management?

South Africa has been committed to improving its health information system and shows that a robust digital has considerable scope to improve healthcare for the entire population. But the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted that significant ga...

Post-COVID-19 Nigeria needs a robust Health Management Information System to handle high disease burden

Nigeria is among a few countries that conceptualised a health management information system HMIS in the early 90s but implementation has been a challenge till date. Besides COVID-19, the country has a huge burden of communicable and non-com...

Morocco COVID-19 response: A fragile health system and the deteriorating situation

Learning from its European neighbors, Morocco imposed drastic measures from the initial stages of the COVID-19 outbreak to try to contain its spread. The strategy worked for a few months but the cases have surged after mid-June. In this sit...

COVID-19: Argentina’s health system inefficiencies exaggerate flaws of health information system

You can recover from a drop in the GDP, but you cant recover from death, was the straightforward mindset of Argentinas President Alberto Fernndez and defined the countrys response to COVID-19. The South American nation imposed a strict...


Latest News

David Harbour, Noah Jupe, Brendan Fraser to star in Steven Soderbergh's 'No Sudden Move'

Filmmaker Steven Soderbergh has rounded a star-studded cast for his crime thriller No Sudden Move, which includes the likes of David Harbour, Noah Jupe, Kieran Culkin and Brendan Fraser. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the production o...

'World's best cricket league': Jay Shah after RCB-MI thriller

Jay Shah, the secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India BCCI highlighted as to how the Indian Premier League IPL has become the best cricket competition in the world by producing thrilling matches day in and day out. His remark...

MLA hostel in Mumbai evacuated after bomb scare

An MLA hostel in south Mumbai was evacuated after the city police received a phone call about a bomb being placed in the building, an official said on Tuesday. However, no bomb was found after a search in the premises and the phone call tur...

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 hits India; price starts at Rs 17,999

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab A7 in India. Touted as the entertainment powerhouse, the new tablet comes with a sleek design, a 10.4-inch display, 7,040mAh battery and quad speakers.Starting today, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is availabl...

Give Feedback