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Clear morning, cloudy evening

NEW DELHI MAY 31. Delhiites will wake up to a mainly clear sky on Tuesday that is likely to become partly cloudy towards afternoon/evening. The weatherman has forecast possibility of thundery development accompanied with squall in some areas. The maximum temperature is expected to be around 42 degree Celsius.

The maximum temperatures recorded at Safdarjung and Palam on Monday were 42.9 degree Celsius and 42.2 degree Celsius, while the minimum were 28.6 and 29.4 degree Celsius respectively. As for the maximum and minimum humidity, Safdarjung recorded 75 and 26 per cent, while Palam recorded 53 and 19 per cent respectively.

Four robbers held

NEW DELHI MAY 31. Four persons allegedly engaged in robbery, auto-theft and snatching have been arrested from Pushp Vihar here by the Special Staff of the South Delhi police. Five stolen motorcycles have been recovered at their instance.

Acting on a tip-off that some criminals had gathered in Pushp Vihar Sector VII to rob a salesman of the cash he was carrying, the Special Staff laid a trap and arrested four persons. The police recovered chilly powder from their possession, revealing that the accused used to throw it in the eyes of their victims before robbing them of their belongings.

During interrogation, the accused identified themselves as Vishal Dogra, Mukesh, Ajay Mishra and Laxman Bisht. They confessed to their involvement in at least 23 cases of robbery, auto-theft and snatching.

Pickpockets arrested

NEW DELHI MAY 31. Three persons allegedly involved in cases of pickpocketing have been arrested by the Central Delhi police. A country-made firearm and two knives were recovered from their possession.

The accused, Mohammad Irfaan, Sunny and Abdul, operated in the New Delhi railway station and Paharganj area. During interrogation, they disclosed that they were involved in an attempt-to-murder case of Nabi Karim police station reported earlier this month. Further investigations into their other possible involvements are on.

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