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By Our Staff Reporter
Eshwar (24), who owned the shop in Shankar Nagar, Nandini Layout, and his wife from Andhra Pradesh, lived with his parents but his wife resented this.
She used to pick quarrels with Eshwar asking him to set up an independent house.
She had also gone to her mother's house in Nellkore after one such quarrel.
Eshwar's wife, who returned to Bangalore recently, refused to give up her demand, and on Sunday, a quarrel broke out between Eshwar and her. Unable to bear the constant nagging, Eshwar went to his shop and hanged himself to death.
Eshwar's father found the body. Nandini Layout Police have registered a case. Investigation is on.
A youth snatched a gold chain worth Rs.10,500 from Veena (32) of J.P.Nagar when she was returning home after visiting a temple on Sunday.
The culprit fled on a motorcycle ridden by another. J.P.Nagar
Police have registered a case. Investigation is on.
In another case, a youth snatched a gold chain worth Rs.4,000 from Prabhavatamma when she was sleeping near a window in her house in Basaveshwaranagar on Sunday.
Basaveshwaranagar Police have registered a case.
Thieves used a fake key to break into the residence of Raghunath in Kempe Gowda Layout, III Stage on Sunday and decamped with articles worth Rs.24,000.
Banashankari Police have registered a case.
In another incident, a thief broke into a flat belonging to Surendra Chawla and stole a laptop and mobile telephone worth Rs.45,000 which was kept in the balcony.
R.T.Nagar Police have registered a case.
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