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12-year-old girl raped

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A 12-year-old girl has been raped in the district on Monday.

Buddhi Bahadur Thieng (23) of Rangapur-5 of the district took the girl to a field near to the house and raped her; the Area Police Office Chandrapur said.

The girl who couldn’t endure the torment for long said in regards to the incident to her parents and filed a complaint at the Area Police Office, Chandrapur after two days of the incident.

The man had debilitated to murder her in the event that she told anybody and compelled to speak nothing against him, police said quoted as the victim saying.

Taking after the complaint, police arrested the culprit for the investigation on Wednesday.

The victim has been sent to the Chandranigahapur Hospital for a medical test and the report is yet to come, informed DSP Netramani Giri of the Area Police Office, Chandrapur.


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Maldives opposition legislator Ibrahim Mohamed Solih wins presidency

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MALE — Maldives opposition legislator Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has beaten incumbent Abdulla Yameen according to provisional results, the country’s Elections Commission says.

Results released by the Elections Commission showed Mr Solih securing 133,808 votes (58.3 percent) compared to the 95,526 for incumbent Abdulla Yameen. The voter turnout was over 88 per cent out of the 262,000-strong electorate.

The Maldives government has acknowledged the opposition’s victory after the vote on Sunday, a surprise defeat for President Abdulla Yameen who was widely expected to win.

There were no other candidates.

Mr Solih had the backing of a united opposition trying to oust Mr Yameen, but struggled for visibility with the electorate, with local media fearful of falling afoul of heavy-handed decrees and reporting restrictions.

“I call on Yameen to respect the will of the people and bring about a peaceful, smooth transfer of power,” Solih said on television, shortly after interim results from the country’s election commission.

“We have won this election with a comfortable majority,” Solih said.

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