Delhi court rejects Mohammed Zubair’s bail request and remands him in custody for 14 days
Tihar Jail administration has written a letter to Delhi Police, informing them that a Tihar Jail medical assistant was seen taking papers from scammer Sukesh Chandrashekhar, supposed to be handed over to his associate at Peeragarhi, outside Delhi.
When contacted, DG (Prisons) Sandeep Goel told The Indian Express that a few days ago it was noticed on CCTV cameras that a male nurse, who is a contract employee, was seen taking papers from Sukesh. “Sukesh is housed in prison number 3, and after investigation, we learned that it was a letter. We have now written to Delhi Police,” he said.
Just opposite the bustling Mehar Chand market, a worn gray wall features the faded and chipped portrait of an old woman. Artist Hanif Kureshi introduces her as Vimla, who sells parathas at the nearby Khanna market. She caught the attention of German artist Hendrik Beikirch, who wanted to pay homage to anonymous women who seamlessly handle multiple tasks.
“We are only used to seeing pictures of famous personalities. If it is a stranger, you wonder why and this question is very important… When was the last time a wall made you think,” says Kureshi, co-founder of St+art India, a non-profit organization that works on art projects in public space.