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Foggy day forecast

NEW DELHINEW DELHINEW DELHINEW DELHI, JAN. 14.JAN. 14.JAN. It will be yet another foggy morning in the Capital on Thursday. While the fog is likely to continue till forenoon, the sky is expected to become cloudy by afternoon or evening. The minimum temperature would hover around 8 degrees Celsius.

According to the weatherman, Safdarjung recorded a maximum temperature of 21.3 and a minimum of 9 degrees Celsius, while Palam recorded a maximum of 19. 8 degrees Celsius and minimum of 10 degrees Celsius respectively, on Wednesday. The maximum and minimum humidity recorded at Safdarjung was 98 per cent and 58 per cent. At Palam the corresponding figures stood at 100 per cent and 74 per cent, respectively.

Pirated CDs recovered

NEW DELHINEW DELHINEW DELHINEW DELHI, JAN. 14.JAN. 14.JAN. The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of the Delhi police have arrested six persons and recovered pirated audio and video compact discs and digital video discs, along with pirated audio cassettes, worth over Rs. 60 lakhs in four separate raids conducted in the past fortnight.

Three held for snatching

NEW DELHINEW DELHINEW DELHINEW DELHI, JAN. 14.JAN. 14.JAN. Three persons have been arrested by the North-East Delhi police on charges of snatching a mobile phone from a person at Shahdara in North-East Delhi on Monday night.

According to the police, Ashok Kumar, a resident of East Gorakh Park in North-East Delhi, stopped near Shivaji Park roundabout to take a call on his mobile phone on Monday night. As he was talking three persons came from behind and snatched his phone. He raised an alarm and two of the snatchers were caught by the policemen present there.

Boy rescued

NEW DELHINEW DELHINEW DELHINEW DELHI, JAN. 14.JAN. 14.JAN. A four-year-old son of a builder, who was allegedly kidnapped for a ransom of Rs. 10 lakhs from outside his Sarita Vihar house on Tuesday, was rescued and his 18-year-old kidnapper arrested by the South Delhi police from a telephone booth near Raj Ghat today.

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