Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Death threats and abusive emails to Hindu man's wife, daughter traced to Rahmat Ali

Aug 23, 2011

HYDERABAD: The cyber crime police arrested one person on Monday for sending threatening and abusive e-mails after hacking a businessman’s Gmail account.

According to police, the accused TM Rahmath Ali, a resident of Madurai was arrested by Cyber Crime police who was continuously sending e-mails threatening and abusing Srinivas Chamarthy, a businessman and resident of Ramanathapur.

Srinivas lodged a complaint to cyber crime police on August 12 alleging his Gmail account- schamarthy.caspl@gmail.com was hacked from April 4 to 8 April by some unknown person. He also said he received an abusive mail from chandru.95@rediffmail.com on July 30 around 7.51 p.m. The mail was containing names of his wife and daughter. He again received another mail on August 2 around 2.29 p.m from the same ID saying he would be killed in one month or his family harmed, police said.

Based on the complaint, cyber crime sleuths found during investigation, that the accused TM Rahmath Ali, a resident of Karpaga Nagar in Madurai was involved in hacking the victim’s Gmail account and sending abusive e-mails. Local police took him into custody on August 19 at Madurai.

Muslimah slits throat of converted ex-husband with knife



TNN | Aug 23, 2011

HYDERABAD: A 50-year-old man was stabbed to death by his ex-wife in Rajendranagar in the city on Monday. According to the police, the victim as G Raghunatha Reddy alias Sheikh Raheem of Madanapally (Chittoor district), was stabbed by his ex-wife Khatiza Begum in her house at Suleiman Nagar in Rajendranagar on Monday afternoon.

Raheem married 25-year-old Khatiza in 2003 and divorced her in 2006. Later, she got married to one Mohammed Ismail and started living in Suleiman Nagar. Recently, Raheem started forcing Khatiza to desert her husband and return to him. "Khatiza was not willing to ruin her marriage and rejected Raheem's proposal several times," Rajendranagar inspector S Jayaram said.

At about 12.30 pm, Raheem went to Khatiza's house when she was alone and picked up an argument with her. "During the argument, Khatiza lost control and stabbed him on the throat with a kitchen knife. He died on the spot," the inspector said.

After committing the offence, Khatiza surrendered before police. A case was booked against her under section 302 (Murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).