Woman murdered by husband in chennai
Chennai: A woman and her paramour were arrested in Chennai on Wednesday after she admitted to killing her husband some four years ago along with her lover in a Tamil television reality show, police said. Narrating the murder during the show, Babykala said she and her lover Gowrisankar covered the face of her husband Radhakrishnan, with a plastic cover and suffocated him to death on July 17, The victim was in an inebriated state and was in no position to resist. The duo then told relatives that Radhakrishnan had died of "heart attack" and the body was cremated.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Chennai Filmmaker Killed Wife, Chopped Body, Tattoos Gave Him Away: Cops
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Chennai woman murdered in AP, husband escapes
Karthik, was married to Jeyabharathi and had a daughter. However, after two years, she left him and developed a relationship with Hari. On September 30, Hari along with Jeyabarathi and the two juveniles met Karthik on the beach and stabbed him to death. The accused also threatened the public who saw the incident. The Marina police arrested all four on charges of murder and criminal conspiracy. Denying the allegations, counsel for the accused submitted that Jeyabharathi was living separately and there was no motive to commit murder.
VI Additional Sessions judge DV Anand observed that the quality of the witnesses is to be considered and not the quantity since two of them were present at the scene of crime. Both were confident in identifying the accused before police and the court. Both did not have any connection with the accused. The two juveniles were ordered to be sent to Juvenile justice board.
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Tamil Nadu: Woman smashes ex-boyfriend’s head in front of husband
Anusuya mixed sleeping pills in dosa batter and served it to her husband on Sunday night. The couple has a 4-year-old son. While Anusuya recently joined work, Suresh worked in a meat shop.
Jump to navigation. A Chennai woman has murdered an elderly man who was blackmailing her after he sexually assaulted her on several occasions in the past. A Times of India report said the woman killed the year-old man on Monday by slitting his throat after she applied a strong glue to shut his eyes. She was arrested by police the following day and a local court has sent her to jail.
TN woman kills 6-year-old daughter by throwing her from building’s terrace
Karthik, was married to Jeyabharathi and had a daughter. However, after two years, she left him and developed a relationship with Hari. On September 30, Hari along with Jeyabarathi and the two juveniles met Karthik on the beach and stabbed him to death. The accused also threatened the public who saw the incident. The Marina police arrested all four on charges of murder and criminal conspiracy. Denying the allegations, counsel for the accused submitted that Jeyabharathi was living separately and there was no motive to commit murder. VI Additional Sessions judge DV Anand observed that the quality of the witnesses is to be considered and not the quantity since two of them were present at the scene of crime. Both were confident in identifying the accused before police and the court. Both did not have any connection with the accused.
Chennai woman arrested for allegedly killing husband to end physical torture
More than a fortnight after dismembered body parts of a woman were found in garbage bins in Chennai, the police have arrested the woman's husband, who is a small-time film director and producer. On June 24 last year, young Infosys techie Swathi S lay dead at a busy railway station in Chennai after a savage attack by a stalker who stabbed her repeatedly with a sickle. Her body stayed at the platform for around two hours, the gruesome scene ignored by scores of train riders and others. A year-old engineer has been arrested for the brutal murder of an Infosys employee last week in Chennai.
A woman who was involved in a murder for gain at Badangapet in was awarded life imprisonment by a local court on Monday. Rachakonda police, in a press note, said year-old Nagalakshmi was killed by one Ch Yadamma with the help of her husband Balasubramanyam, an auto driver. A woman, her daughter and her niece drowned in a lake near Chengalpet on Saturday when they went to wash clothes and take bath in the water body. The state government has been directed to pay Rs 25 lakh compensation to a woman, whose son was murdered in a caste-related incident.
Chennai woman found murdered in Tirupati, police search for missing husband
Chennai: In a shocking incident, a woman allegedly killed her former boyfriend by smashing his head after he insisted that the woman resume her relationship with him. The victim has been identified as year-old M Ravi, a film technician. The year-old woman, who is said to be a Television actor, killed the man after hitting him on his head with a log and a hammer at her sister's house in Kolathur area of the city. According to a report in the Times of India , the accused actor identified as S Devi later surrendered to police.
Both Anusuya and her accomplice Murasoli were remanded in judicial custody on Tuesday. Chennai police on Tuesday arrested a year-old woman for allegedly killing her husband with help from a male friend. According to reports, Anusuya, a resident of Putthagaram, near Puzhal, mixed sleeping pills in dosa batter and served them to her husband Suresh 28 on Sunday night. While Suresh worked at a meat shop, Anusuya recently found employment at a medical shop in Kolathur. Reports also state that the couple used to quarrel frequently. The Hindu reports that Anusuya was in mental agony since Suresh used to physically torture her.
Chennai: Woman murders husband with help of lover’s wife
Swathi was a year-old Indian Infosys employee who was murdered on June 24, , at the Nungambakkam railway station in Chennai , Tamil Nadu , India while on her way to her office. Swathi was murdered in front of several people, with passengers remaining mute spectators, an assailant, suspected to be Ramkumar, escaped, and Swathi's body lay unattended before the police arrived and started their investigation process. Swathi was the daughter of Santhana Gopalakrishnan, a retired employee of ESIC , the health insurance company of the Indian government. She completed a bachelor's degree in computer science at Dhanalakshmi College of Engineering in , taking a course in Oracle in Anna University the same year. Sidhu, a friend of Swathi from the engineering college, described her as a friendly woman who generally kept to herself. Ramkumar was born in Meenakshipuram , a small village in the Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu. Police have claimed that the accused died after biting a live electric wire. The Madras High Court said it would intervene if the investigation proved lax, condemning the slowness of railway police in attending to the body.
The couple had traveled to Tirupati on Friday and had stayed in a hotel near the bus stand. A year-old Chennai woman was found murdered in a hotel room in Tirupati on Sunday. According to the police, the woman and her husband had travelled from Chennai to Tirupati on Saturday. They immediately alerted the police who secured the body and sent it for autopsy to the Government General Hospital in Tirupati. While the Tirupati police confirmed that Cynthia was murdered, they also realised that Murugan was not to be seen anywhere and his mobile phone was allegedly switched off.
Woman, lover sentenced to life for murdering husband in Chennai
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A year-old woman in Chennai allegedly killed her six-year-old stepdaughter by throwing her from the terrace of three-storey an apartment building Tuesday evening after she had passed out following a hit on the forehead, police said. According to Y Srinivasan, Inspector of Selaiyur police station, the accused Suryakala, initially claimed that she was innocent. Suryakala, a resident of Sembakkam on the outskirts of Chennai, had married Parthiban in after his first wife died in The family lived in the second floor of the apartment.