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Published 27.10.20, 11:29 PM

Building contractor’s body found in bed box, friend missing





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The semi-decomposed body of a building contractor (27) with multiple stab wounds was found inside a bed box in his rented flat at Sant Nagar in north Delhi on Saturday evening.

The contractor’s childhood friend, who was sharing the flat with the deceased for the past three months, is missing, Delhi Police said.

The murder victim’s family members have alleged that he was killed for money, as around Rs 2.5 lakh in cash is missing from the flat.

The police are conducting a probe on the lines of personal enmity and stolen cash. A murder case under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been filed at the Burari police station.

The deceased, Sameer Malik, belonged to Moradabad in western Uttar Pradesh (UP).

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27-Year-Old Building Contractor’s Dead Body Found in Bed Box, His Friend Who Shared the Flat With Him, Missing

New Delhi, October 26: In a shocking incident, a dead body of a 27-year-old building contractor was found inside a bed box in his rented flat in Delhi. Reports inform that the incident was reported from Sant Nagar in north Delhi on Saturday evening. The body of the victim was found with multiple stab wounds. As soon as the incident was reported, Delhi Police began the investigation into the matter and found that the contractor’s childhood friend, who shared the flat with the deceased, was missing. According to a report by Hindustan Times, the victim’s family have alleged that he was killed for money after it was found that Rs 2.5 lakh in cash was missing from the flat. Delhi  Man Shoots Son Dead After Argument Over His Liquour Consumption, 33 Years After He Killed His Own Mother.

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Backtracking: The Early Years: Sidney area was contractor’s paradise in late 1895 | Columns

You had to be living in a cave if you worked in construction around Sidney and weren’t working in the fall of 1895.

Homes, roads and a huge bridge were some of the many sites of work being done in the Tri-Town area.

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That was one of the headlines on the front page of the Sidney Record of Oct. 12.

“Building and digging cellars is all the rage just now in Sidney,” readers learned. “Everybody is in the swim. New buildings are poking up everywhere. Just take a drive around town and see for yourself. When we make out our list of new buildings for this year, it will be found that they number at least 75. The most encouraging feature is the fact that we have long passed the era of dugouts and goat shanties. The class of buildings now going up are

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Commission orders Nebraska GOP to stop contractor’s robocalls | Articles

LINCOLN — The Nebraska Public Service Commission again ordered the Nebraska Republican Party to stop contracting with a Missouri company to place robocalls in the contentious District 1 legislative race.

State regulators Tuesday unanimously ratified the cease and-desist order against the Nebraska GOP and its auto-dialing contractor, Kansas City-based Remington Research Group, on Tuesday, one week after initially approving it.

The second vote was necessary because of an error in publishing the notice of the Oct. 7 meeting.

Earlier this month, District 1 legislative candidate Janet Palmtag filed a complaint claiming that a robocall placed by the Nebraska GOP falsely said Palmtag was lying about endorsements from several prominent Republicans, including former Gov. Dave Heineman and Rep. Jeff Fortenberry.

The state commission found that the robocalls placed on behalf of incumbent State Sen. Julie Slama — appointed in 2018 to the Legislature by Gov. Pete Ricketts —violated state law because

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