Man accused in snatching case jumps to death from fifth floor of

first_imgNEW DELHI: An accused in a snatching case committed suicide by jumping from the fifth floor of the Saket court complex here when he was being produced in court on Tuesday. The incident occurred at 4.30 pm.The incident came to light when a police officer posted with Sunlight Colony police station informed the Police Control Room (PCR) that a man accused of snatching had jumped from the fifth floor in the Saket court premises while in police custody. “The deceased was identified as Tayyab who was a resident of Shahdara. He was later taken to a nearby hospital where he was declared brought dead. He had been arrested in a snatching case in South Delhi,” Deputy Commissioner of Police South district, Vijay Kumar said.last_img read more

Canadian Tire adds 33 types of Holiday Collection lights to safety recall

TORONTO — Canadian Tire is expanding a recall of Christmas lights sold under the Holiday Collection brand for safety reasons.It says the lights should not be used and can be returned to Canadian Tire stores for a refund.Health Canada says it has received one report from a consumer who received a minor electric shock from the coloured lights.Canadian Tire Ltd suing Wal-Mart Canada Corp for allegedly copying clip-on Christmas lightsThe agency also says the affected lights may pose a fire hazard.The recall includes another 33 types of Holiday Collection lights sold by Canadian Tire after Aug. 1, in addition to 12 types identified two weeks ago. A complete list is on Health Canada’s website recall does not include Noma lights — which are another brand carried by the national retailer. read more