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21:56   SpiceJet conducts seaplane trials, to put in operation in a year
Budget carrier SpiceJet, which plans to buy more than 100 amphibian aircraft at an estimated cost of $400 million, may put these seaplanes into operations within one year.

The budget carrier today conducted the second phase of the seaplane trials at the Girgaum Chowpatty off Mumbai coast.

The demo flight, carried out in association with Japan's Setouchi Holdings was however, not without the hiccups as the poor visibility delayed its take off by over one-and-half-hour.

Under the first phase, trials were conducted in Nagpurand Guwahati.

The demo flight was conducted in the presence of Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju, Minister for Road Transport, Highways, Shipping and Water Resources Nitin Gadkari and SpiceJet chairman and managing director Ajay Singh.

"The whole idea is to have it (operations) within aspace of next 12 months. It should take 3-6 months to form rules. There is a lot of excitement about this plane for providing connectivity," Singh said.

Seaplane operations can bring the remotest parts of India into the mainstream aviation network without the high cost of building airports and runways, Singh added.  -- PTI

IMAGE: Seaplane carrying Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari, Gajapati Raju and Spice Jet MD Ajay Singh takes off from a temporary platform during a seaplane demonstration flight off the coast of Mumbai on Saturday. Photograph: Shirish Shete/PTI Photo
19:46   Gujarat polls: EC dismisses claims of EVM tampering via Bluetooth
The Election Commission in Gujarat said today that an inquiry found that the apprehension about possible electronic voting machine tampering through bluetooth technology, raised by opposition Congress, was baseless.

The device which the complainant's mobile phone detected after putting on bluetooth was not an EVM but a mobile phone, carried by a polling agent, the commission said.

Earlier, as voting for 89 seats in the first phase of Gujarat Assembly elections was underway, senior Congress leader Arjun Modhwadia complained of possible EVM tampering at three polling booths in a Muslim-dominated area of Porbandar, a seat he is contesting.

Some EVMs were found to be connecting with external devices such as mobile phones through bluetooth, he had claimed.

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) B B Swain told reporters this evening that as per the report of an inquiry it ordered, the mobile phone of the complainant was detecting -- when its bluetooth was activated -- another device identified as 'ECO 105'.

"ECO 105 was feared to be the EVM at the polling booth, giving rise to the fear of possible tampering through bluetooth technology," Swain said.

The collector and observer were sent to the booths from where complaints were received, and the complainant was also called.

An inquiry was conducted in front of local media, and the report submitted by the District Election Officer (DEO) is that a polling agent was carrying a mobile phone of Intex company, bearing model number ECO 105, he said.

"A polling agent named Manoj Singrakhiya was carrying the mobile phone. He was in the close vicinity of the phone of the complainant....The complainant might have thought that 'EC' in ECO stands for Election Commission," Swain said.

Modhwadia had said that complainants found that EVMs at three polling booths in Memanwada, a Muslim-dominated area, connected with external devices through bluetooth.

This meant EVMs can be tampered with through bluetooth, he had said.  -- PTI

IMAGE: EVMs being sealed after voting for first phase was over in Rajkot. Photograph: ANI
18:55   Gujarat: First phase voting ends with 68% turnout
Voting for first phase in Gujarat assembly elections has concluded.

The Election Commission said o far 68 per cent voter turnout has been recorded in the first phase.

It said 'by the time we get final figures, voting percentage may go a little higher and touch last year's figure'.  -- ANI

IMAGE: A voter shows her inked finger at a polling booth during Gujarat assembly election in Surat on Saturday. Photograph: PTI Photo
17:58   Gujarat polls: Over 47% turnout recorded till 4 pm in 1st phase
Over 47 per cent voter turnout was recorded till 4 pm today in the 89 seats Gujarat assembly seats that went to polls today.

The Election Commission (EC) said that 47.28 per cent voters exercised their franchise between 8 am and 4 pm.

Till 2 pm, the highest turnout of 57.26 per cent was recorded in the tribal-dominated Tapi district, while Porbandar district in Saurashtra region recorded the lowest turnout of 40.06 per cent so far.

The polling process went in a smooth manner across the state without any incident of violence or any major issues, he said.

However, there were reports of technical glitches in EVMs in Surat and some other centres.  -- ANI, PTI

IMAGE: Women voters showing their inked fingers at a polling booth during Gujarat assembly election in Surat on Saturday. Photograph: PTI Photo
17:31   Direct tax collection up by over 14% during Apr-Nov this year
Direct tax collections increased by 14.4 per cent to Rs 4.8 lakh crore during April-November this fiscal.

'The provisional figures of Direct Tax collections up to November, 2017 show that net collections are at Rs 4.8 lakh crore, which is 14.4 per cent higher than the net collections for the corresponding period of last year,' Central Board of Direct Taxes said in a statement.

According to the statement, the net direct tax collections represent 49 per cent of the total Budget Estimates of direct taxes for 2017-18 (Rs 9.8 lakh crore).

The gross collections (before adjusting for refunds) have increased by 10.7 per cent to Rs 5.82 lakh crore during April-November, 2017.

Refunds amounting to Rs 1.02 lakh crore have been issued during April-November, 2017, it added.  -- PTI
16:34   Congress complains of EVM 'tampering' via bluetooth, EC orders probe
Senior Congress leader Arjun Modhwadia today complained of possible tampering with electronic voting machines at three polling booths in a Muslim-dominated area of Porbandar claiming that some machines were found to be connecting to external devices via bluetooth.

The Election Commission said that based on the Congress leader's complaint, an inquiry had been initiated.

"We detected that the EVMs at three polling booths at Memanwada, a Muslim-dominated area, are connected to external devices through bluetooth. When the bluetooth of a mobile phone is turned on, a device named 'ECO 105' is shown as available," Modhwadia, the Congress candidate from Porbandar, said.

This clearly means that the EVMs can be tampered with using the device via bluetooth, he alleged.

"The chips fitted in the EVMs appear to be programmable using bluetooth, and this raises the possibility of tampering. The voting system should be immune to such connectivity to external devices," he said.

Modhwadia said he had registered a complaint with the district election officer.

The election officer visited the booth and saw the display, he added.

Chief Election Officer B B Swain said an inquiry was ordered into the matter and the collector and the observer of the Election Commission (EC) were sent to the spot.

"We received a complaint regarding the connectivity of EVM through bluetooth. After discussing the matter with the Election Commission, we have sent the collector and an observer of the commission has been sent to the spot along with the senior-most engineer. An inquiry is being conducted in the presence of the complainant," Swain said.

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, however, said the complaint made by Modhwadia shows the opposition party's 'search for an excuse' as it knows that it would bite dust in the election.

"Members of the Congress are saying there is a defect in the EVMs. The EC would respond to it. But we can say that the Congress is searching for an excuse even before the results are out, as it stares at a loss in the elections. They are trying to hide behind the EVMs," BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said.  -- PTI

IMAGE: Voters from Sant Swaminarayn Gurukul showing their voter ID cards at a polling booth during Gujarat assembly election in Surat on Saturday. Photograph: PTI Photo

15:24   Gujarat votes: Little over 35% turnout recorded till 2 pm
Over 35 per cent voter turnout was recorded till 2 pm today during the polling on 89 seats of Saurashtra and south Gujarat regions in the first phase of the crucial Gujarat assembly polls.

As per the latest data released by the Election Commission, 35.52 per cent voters exercised their franchise between 8 am and 2 pm.

The voting will end at 5 pm.

Till noon, the highest turnout of 38.07 per cent was recorded in the tribal-dominated district of Tapi, while Narmada, another tribal-dominated district in south Gujarat, recorded the lowest turnout of 25.67 per cent.

Chief Electoral Officer for Gujarat B B Swain said that though voting would end at 5 pm, those standing in queue outside polling booths before the process ends, would be given a chance to cast their votes.

Though there were reports of technical glitches in EVMs in Surat and some other centres, the polling process resumed after the machines were replaced, officials of the Election Commission said.

Speaking about it, Swain said, "We have received complaints of faulty EVMs from some places and all such machines have been replaced with the spare ones kept at the polling stations."

After the polling process began at 8 am, people could be seen stepping out of their houses despite the cold weather and queueing up to cast votes at polling stations.

Even some brides and grooms, clad in the marriage attires, came to polling booths along with their relatives to exercise their franchise before the wedding function.

Such voters were seen in Bharuch, Bhabvnagar, Gondal and Surat. A 115-year-old woman from Upleta town of Rajkot, Aajiben Chandravadia, also voted today.

While a majority of the candidates of major parties cast their votes by noon, people are still making a beeline at polling booths in large numbers.

Several important leaders and candidates, including Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, his opponent on Rajkot-West seat Indranil Rajyaguru, senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel, Gujarat Bharatiya Janata Party chief Jitu Vaghani and Congress MLA of Amreli seat Paresh Dhanani, among others, cast their votes.

Cricketer Cheteshwar Pujara also got his finger inked and cast his vote in Rajkot.  -- PTI

IMAGE: A woman casts her vote before her wedding ceremony in Bharuch on Saturday. Photograph: ANI
13:38   Why is development missing in PM's speeches: Rahul
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today stepped up attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking why there is no mention of development in his speeches during the Gujarat election campaign.

Gandhi said he did not get an answer to even one of the 10 questions he had asked Modi on Gujarat's report card, despite the Bharatiya Janata Party being in power in the state for 22 years, and wondered if governance meant mere speeches.

'The BJP has its government in Gujarat for 22 years. I will only ask, what is the reason development is missing in the prime minister's speeches.

'I asked 10 questions on Gujarat's report card but no answers came. No manifesto till the campaign for the first phase of polling ended. So, 'ab bhashan hi shasan hai' (does governance mean mere speeches now),' he asked on Twitter.

Taking on Modi, the Congress leaders has started 'a question a day' series on social networking site with the tagline '22 saal ka hisab, Gujarat maange jawab' (22 years of account, Gujarat demands answers).

The Congress is seeking to wrest power from the BJP and Gandhi has spearheaded the attack, often targeting the prime minister over the claims of development and questioning the 'Gujarat model'.

As polling began today for the first phase of Gujarat elections, the Congress vice president welcomed the first-time youth voters of the state and urged all to help make the festival of democracy a success.

'Participation of voters is the soul of democracy. Welcome all the first-time youth voters of Gujarat. Appeal to all voters to vote to help make a success of this festival of democracy,' he said on Twitter.

The second phase of the assembly polls is on December 14. The results will be out on December 18.  -- PTI

Photograph: PTI Photo
13:24   Uber agrees to settle case filed by Indian rape survivor
Uber Technologies and an Indian woman who had accused its top executives of improperly obtaining her medical records after a company driver raped her have agreed to settle a civil United States lawsuit.

When contacted, Uber confirmed the filing which says a settlement has been reached between all defendants and Uber expects the case to be dismissed in January.

Terms of the settlement were, however, not disclosed.

In 2014, the Indian woman was raped by an Uber driver in New Delhi. She had filed a lawsuit earlier and later 'voluntarily' withdrew it.

In June this year, she filed another case against the ride-hailing company and its embattled CEO Travis Kalanick for 'unlawfully' obtaining her medical records and engaging in offensive conspiracy theories about the brutal incident.

The woman, identified only as Jane Doe in the 18-page lawsuit filed in the federal court in California, said Uber has taken startup culture, in which 'fierceness' and 'always be hustling' are prioritised above people to a new extreme, 'perpetuating rape culture and violating all bounds of decency as to customer privacy'.

Uber spent the early part of this year battling a number of issues, including widespread mismanagement and harassment at workplace.

Troubles started for Uber after a former employee wrote a blog post alleging sexual harassment and sexism at the firm.

Matters came to a head when reports emerged that a top Uber executive had allegedly obtained medical records of the 26- year-old woman raped by an Uber driver in India in 2014.

Following these Uber co-founder and then CEO Travis Kalanick stepped down and in August, former Expedia chief Dara Khosrowshahi was brought in as the new chief executive.  -- PTI
12:27   Cong netas abusing my poor family must know nation's my everything: PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a rally in Gujarat's Lunavada. He once again raised the issue of Congress leaders 'using abusive language' against him:

"The Congress has been rejected comprehensively across the nation. Gujarat too will reject the Congress and will punish them for their politics," he said.

"There is a youth Congress leader Salman Nizami. He is even campaigning for Congress in Gujarat. He wrote on Twitter about Rahul ji's father, grandmother. That is OK but he asks -- Modi tell me who is your mother, who is your father? Such language can't even be used for enemies," Modi said.

"Among the other things he (Nizami) calls for Azad Kashmir. He calls our army rapists. How can the people accept such people like Salman Nizami? He also says there will be an Afzal from every home," he said.

"I want to tell all Congress leaders who are abusing me, mocking my poor family, asking who my parents are- this nation is my everything. Every moment of my time is devoted to India and 125 crore Indians," the PM said.

He also said that 'in every part of the nation, the Congress has misled the Muslim community'.

"They have made fake promises of reservations for Muslims but in no state have they fulfilled their promise," Modi said.  -- ANI
11:38   Gujarat polls: EVM malfunctions in Surat, replaced
Gujarat first phase voting update:

A faulty electronic voting machine in Sardar Patel Vidyalaya booth in Surat's Varaccha has been replaced.

"Have replaced two machines and one VVPAT, you cannot really call it a technical error, these are electronic items there can be some issues. Now everything is okay and voting has started," said Vipul Goti, master trainer, Election Commission in Surat's Varaccha.

Meanwhile, Congress leader Ahmed Patel demanded deft handling of EVM issues.

"Wherever there are complaints of EVM malfunctioning, it should be dealt with immediately," Patel said after casting his vote in Bharuch's Ankleshwar.

A total of 9.77 per cent voter turnout was recorded till 10 am. -- ANI

IMAGE: Visuals at Sardar Patel Vidyalaya booth in Surat's Varaccha. Photograph: ANI
11:35   Actor Charlie Sheen sues tabloid over rape charge
Actor Charlie Sheen is bringing a suit against an American tabloid in response to an article published last month which accused Sheen of raping Corey Haim on the set of the 1986 film, Lucas.  

In early November, the National Enquirer published a story in which actor Dominick Brascia, an alleged friend of the late Corey Haim, accused the 52-year-old of having sex with then-13-year-old Haim.  

Sheen has publicly denied the story, and in the lawsuit he points out that Haim's own mother has also denied it. 

According to TMZ, the former Two and a Half Men star alleges that National Enquirer executive Dylan Howard, who along with Brascia is also named in the suit, has it out for him, and is angry that he wasn't able to break the news of Sheen's HIV-positive status.
11:13   Militant sympathiser arrested in Kashmir
A militant sympathiser has been arrested and some grenades have been recovered from his possession in central Kashmir's Budgam district, the police said today. 

The 24-year-old over-ground worker, Mohammad Younis Sheikh, a resident of Chill Brass village of Khansahib area of the district, was apprehended near Keli Kadal area of Chadoora yesterday, a police official said.  

He said four UBGL grenades were recovered from Sheikh's possession. A case has been registered in the matter, the official said.
10:35   Gujarat has 397 crorepatis in the fray
As many as 397 crorepati candidates are in the fray for the Gujarat assembly elections, an analysis of their election affidavits done by two NGOs has found.  

Of the total 1,828 candidates trying their luck in the two-phased assembly polls, 1,098 nominees have passed class 12 or below. Also, there are only 118 women candidates in the fray, according to the report by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) and Gujarat Election Watch (GEW). 

While 198 out of the total 977 candidates of the first phase have declared assets worth more than Rs 1 crore, 199 nominees out of the total 851 of second phase have emerged as 'crorepati' as per the analysis of their affidavits conducted by the NGOs. 

As per the study, 131 of these 397 'crorepati' candidates have declared assets worth over Rs 5 crore, while 124 others have shown movable and immovable assets in the range of Rs 2 crore to Rs 5 crore. 

While the ruling BJP has given tickets to 142 'crorepati' candidates, the opposition Congress has fielded 127 such nominees. The NCP has given tickets to 17 crorepati candidates, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has fielded 13 such candidates and the BSP to five. 

The report said that 56 independent candidates also fall under this category. The remaining 'crorepati' candidates belong to lesser known parties or outfits.  

Congress candidate for Daskroi seat, Pankaj Patel, has emerged as the wealthiest candidate with declared assets worth Rs 231.93 crore, it said. He is followed by another Congress nominee Indranil Rajyaguru of Rajkot-West seat who has declared assets worth Rs 141.22 crore. Rajyaguru is followed by BJP candidate for Botad seat Saurabh Patel. Patel, who is former Gujarat finance minister, has declared assets worth Rs 123.78 crore, the report said. 

BJP candidate and prominent businessman Dhanjibhai Patel of Wadhwan seat is in the fourth place with declared assets of Rs 113.47 crore.  

In a sharp contrast, six independent candidates have declared that they have 'zero' movable or immovable assets. 

The report also suggests that as many as 13 candidates have declared that their annual income is more than Rs 1 crore, based on the last income-tax returns filed by them.  

In terms of educational qualifications, the report said that as many as 1,098 nominees have either passed only 5th, 8th, 10th or 12th class. 119 candidates mentioned that they were only literate, while 23 others declared that they were illiterate.  

According to the report, of the 1,828 candidates, 118 were women. 658 candidates were in the age group of 25 and 40 years, 889 between ages of 41 and 60, while 193 of them were between 61 and 80. 

Voting for the first phase of the polls began this morning, while polling for the second phase will be held onDecember 14. Counting of votes for both the phases will beheld on December 18.
09:39   Patidar leader alleges fixing between Hardik, Congress
Hardik Patel's key aide and senior member of Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti Dinesh Bambhania has alleged that the quota agitation spearhead's support to the Congress party smacks of some kind of "fixing" between them.  

Bambhania yesterday said he could not understand why Patel was supporting the Congress party, despite it not clarifying how it would give reservation to the Patidar community if voted to power. 

"In the poll manifesto, the Congress has not clarified how it would grant us reservation under OBC quota after coming to power in Gujarat. It shows that Congress actually never wanted to give us reservation. Yet, Hardik Patel is doing rallies in Congress's favour," he told reporters in Ahmedabad. 

"Though there is no clarity how we will get reservation under the OBC quota, Hardik is mum about it. It seems like fixing to me. Our fight was not about bringing a party to power. At least I do not wish to be an agent of a party. Hardik should not politicise the agitation," he added.  

Hardik is playing into the hands of Congress in the name of the Patidar movement, Bambhania said, adding, "Hardik is using the agitation for political purposes and I am totally against it."
08:54   PM urges Gujaratis to come out and vote
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged the voters, particularly youngsters, to cast their votes in the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections. 

The polling began at 8 am and will continue till 5 pm.  

"Phase 1 of Gujarat polls begin. Urging all those voting today to turnout in record numbers and vote. I particularly call upon youngsters to exercise their franchise," he said in a tweet.
08:49   Google Doodle pays tribute to Homai Vyarawalla
Google Doodle today pays tribute to Homai Vyarawalla, India's first woman photojournalist. 

To know more about the legendary photographer who rubbed shoulders with the tallest leaders of her time, click here.

Photograph:Alkazi Collection of Photography.
08:42   US issues advisory against travel to Pakistan
The United States today advised its citizens to defer all non-essential travel to Pakistan, saying that foreign and indigenous terrorist groups continue to pose a threat to them throughout the country.  

The warning comes in the wake of increasing terrorist violence, including sectarian attacks, in Pakistan. 

 In a travel warning -- issued after a gap of seven months -- the State Department warned the US citizens against all non-essential travel to the South Asian country. 

The fresh travel warning replaces the earlier warning, issued on May 22. 

Pakistan continues to experience significant terrorist violence, including sectarian attacks, the State Department said, adding that targeted attacks against government officials, humanitarian and non-governmental organisation(NGO) employees, tribal elders, and law enforcement personnel were common in the country. 

It said foreign and indigenous terrorist groups continue to pose a danger to US citizens throughout Pakistan. 

Terrorists have targeted US diplomats and diplomatic facilities in the past, and evidence suggests they continue to do so, the travel warning said, adding that terrorists and criminal groups have resorted to kidnapping for ransom.

Photograph: Caren Firouz/Reuters.
08:32   After war of words, Gujarat votes in first phase
Voting for the first phase of the crucial Gujarat assembly polls began today in the 89 seats of Saurashtra and South Gujarat regions. 

After a campaign that often turned vituperative, around 2.12 crore voters would be exercising their franchise in Modi's home state to choose between the ruling BJP and the Congress. 

A total of 977 candidates are in the fray for the first phase polls. 

Prominent candidates in today's battle include Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, who is contesting from Rajkot (West), and Congress's Shaktisinh Gohil (Mandvi) and Paresh Dhanani (Amreli). 

The election is viewed as a prestige battle for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a litmus test for the leadership of soon-to-be Congress chief Rahul Gandhi.  

The campaign shaped up as a duel between Modi and Gandhi, and often turned personal.  

The poll narrative kept changing with issues such as the Ayodhya title suit, Gandhi's imminent elevation as Congress president and his visits to temples being raised by BJP leaders. 

Gandhi emerged as the Congress's pivot to take on the might of the prime minister on his home turf. While Modi addressed about 15 rallies, Gandhi spent more than seven days in Saurashtra and south Gujarat, addressing a number of meetings.

File photograph, by Reuters.
08:22   Why punish only men for adultery, asks SC
In the hearing of a petition challenging Section 497 (Adultery) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), the Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to the Centre asking why a married woman, who is equally liable for the offence of adultery with a married man who is not her husband, be not punished along with the man.  

Under the law, the offence of adultery is criminalised, but only the man is liable for punishment. Further, if the husband of the woman gives his consent for sexual intercourse with another man, the law does not recognise it as an offence.  

Advocate Kaleeswaram Raj, along with his colleague Suvidutt Sundaram, appeared before the apex court on behalf of petitioner Joseph Shine. "It (Section 497) has a curious provision in the sense that it proposes to punish only the men involved in the act, and not the women. 

Exonerating the woman who is allegedly involved in the very same activity is violative of Article 14 of the Constitution which guarantees equality before law and equal protection of the law," Raj told ANI. 

"We have also challenged the text of the IPC provision that says only if a husband's consent is not given then is it an offence, so we have raised that it is a male chauvinistic provision in the sense that it gives a free hand to the husband to determine if whatever is happening is an offence or not. This is not a gender neutral provision and constitution is always gender neutral," Raj added. 

He said that the petition also sought to invalidate 198 (2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) that states only a husband can file the complaint, that too against the man but not his wife. 

The top court prima-facie accepted the contention saying that the provision is not gender-neutral.

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00:10   Initial probe finds no 'love jihad' angle in gruesome Rajasthan killing
Preliminary investigations have ruled out 'love jihad' behind the gruesome killing of a 48-year-old Muslim labourer in Rajasthan's Rajsamand district, police said today.

Mohammand Afrazul from West Bengal was hacked and burnt to death in Rajsamand by Shabhu Lal Raigar, who was seen ranting against 'love jihad' in a video that was shot and uploaded on the internet by his minor nephew.

Raigar was on Friday sent to three days in police custody and his nephew to a juvenile home by a court in Rajsamand even as West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee demanded 'exemplary action' against him for killing Afrazul.

The Bengal government has announced Rs 3 lakh and a job to the labourer's family.

"The accused, Shabhu Lal Raigar, said that he committed the crime over 'love jihad', but it has not been established so far that any such theory was behind the killing of the labourer," Inspector General of Police, Udaipur, Anand Srivastava said.

The police is interrogating Raigar to ascertain the motive, the officer said.

"Nothing conclusive can be said at the moment, but preliminary investigation suggest that there was nothing like 'love jihad'. However, the matter is being thoroughly probed on all angles to find out the motive," Superintendent of Police Manoj Kumar said.

The video of the gruesome incident went viral on social media on Wednesday and a day later Raigar was arrested and his nephew detained.

He is seen raving against 'love jihad', a term used by sections of Hindu activists to describe marriages between Hindu women and Muslim men.

"Raigar was produced in the court of chief judicial magistrate of Rajsamand. The magistrate remanded him in police custody for three days. He will be produced in the court on December 10 again," SHO Rajnagar Ramsumer Meena said.  -- PTI