Delhi gym owner arrested over alleged fraud of sale of luxury cars : The Tribune India

New Delhi, October 24

A 46-year-old gym owner was arrested here for allegedly duping a businessman to the tune of Rs 1.15 crore on the pretext of selling him luxury cars, police said on Saturday.

The accused was identified as Rahul Narang, a resident of Greater Kailash-II. He was carrying a reward of Rs 50,000 on his arrest, they said.

Police said Narang was arrested earlier, but he got conditional bail.

He stopped attending court in connection with the case but later a non-bailable warrant was issued for his arrest, the police said.  The incident came to light after a South Delhi businessman, Sunil Verma, filed a complaint against Narang, police said.

In his police complaint, Verma alleged that Narang approached him for some money. In return, Narang gave Verma sale letters for six luxurious cars but handed over only one car. Thereafter, the accused neither returned the money nor

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Know This When Bringing a Personal Trainer Into Your Apartment Building Gym

As more and more New York City apartment buildings look to attract new buyers and renters, there is an ever grow list of amenities being offered. This can range from a doorman and/or a concierge on premises to an onsite gym, space permitted, for residents. Most buildings will let residents bring in their own personal trainers to work with them.

Often the gyms are maintained by the building or an outside company, while equipment maintenance is handled by authorized technicians. However,, like a beach with “no lifeguard on duty,” many of these facilities do not have a fitness staff. Residents can use it unsupervised.

In these cases, should a resident wish to bring in a personal trainer, it is best to check with the building management or a board member on procedures. Often, all that is required is proof that the personal trainer is certified and insured. Copies of both … Read More