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Crude bomb blast outside scribe's house

NEW DELHI: A low-intensity bomb exploded outside the residence of a journalist under mysterious circumstances at Laxmi Nagar in East Delhi on Tuesday. The police said no one was injured in the incident.

According to the police, the crude bomb exploded around 7-30 p.m. near a police picket outside the house of Navin Kumar, a senior correspondent with a Hindi news channel, in the Mangal Bazar area at Laxmi Nagar. The police said they were trying to identify the person who planted the bomb there.

Meanwhile, a case under the Explosives Act has been registered and further probe into the matter is on.

One killed, two hurt in fire incident

NEW DELHI: One person was killed and two were injured in a fire that broke out in a paint-manufacturing unit at Shastri Park in Shahdara on Tuesday. Three fire tenders were pressed into service to put out the blaze that broke out around 4-50 p.m. The injured have been admitted to Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital.

Juveniles held

NEW DELHI: Three juvenile boys were arrested for allegedly stealing jewellery from houses in a south-west Delhi area, police said.

The three were held after a jewellery shop owner, to whom they had come to sell the stolen ornaments, informed police.

Two gold chains, two gold rings, a pair of gold ear-rings, a gold top, a gold 'mangalsutra' and two silver coins they had stolen from houses in Sarojini Nagar area were recovered from the boys aged about 15, police said.

Two sentenced

NEW DELHI: A Delhi court today sentenced two men to life imprisonment for killing a woman while committing robbery three years ago.

Additional Session Judge Narottam Kaushal found Tarun Jain and Rajbeer Singh guilty of murdering Ritu Verma.

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