Hyderabad: The Rachakonda Cyber Crime sleuths on Wednesday nabbed a stalker Mohammed Rayanuddin (19) from his college hostel at Shankarpally on Wednesday and seized two smart phones from his possession. According to officials, on Tuesday a complaint was received from a victim, a resident Saroor Nagar, in which she stated that she is studying BBA 2nd year at a private college in Gandipet and the accused Rayanuddin is also studying in the same class. Also Read – Techie strangled to death in Hyderabad Advertise With Us For few months he has been following her and forced her to be friend and asked her to be with him and talk to him which she denied. The accused then threatened to kill her. She agreed to do as he told her. Taking advantage the accused went to the extent of taking intimate photographs and selfies with her and forcibly took her to restaurants. Also Read – JIH organises Eid Milap for sanitary workers Advertise With Us If she does not oblige the same he threatened of sending the selfies and photographs to her parents and thus he started blackmailing her, due to fear she behaved accordingly. One day when she went to a cinema hall to watch a movie along with her parents, he called and demanded to go to the washroom and send her nude photos to him; otherwise he would send the previous selfies and photos to her parents. On his threatening, she shared her photos to him through WhatsApp. The victim said since then, the accused made her life a hell by blackmailing. On receipt of the complaint a case has been registered under section 354(D), 506, 509 IPC and 67 A of IT Act and took up investigation.
Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Since both countries are U.S. allies and share concerns over China’s maritime activity, the Philippines is extremely important to Japan, said Kenko Sone, spokesman at Japan’s Prime Minister’s Office.Asked about a U.S. role, Aquino said America’s presence is crucial to the region’s stability and that the international community should act proactively.In a speech at a conference organized by the Nikkei business newspaper, Aquino criticized what he called China’s “unlawful territorial claim” and hinted at similarities between Beijing’s land-reclamation in the South China Sea and Nazi Germany’s expansionist moves before World War II. He has drawn similar parallels in the past.Foreign Ministry officials said Monday that Abe and Aquino were also expected to expand their defense cooperation in other areas, including the transfer of Japanese military equipment and technology to the Philippines, possibly related to maritime reconnaissance. Tokyo eased a ban on military exports last year.In a speech to the upper house of Japan’s parliament, Aquino said that the maritime and coastal stability in the region is “at risk of being disrupted by attempts to redraw the geographic limits and entitlements outside those clearly bestowed by the law of nations.” Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of TOKYO (AP) — On his sixth visit to Japan in five years, Philippine President Benigno Aquino III on Wednesday criticized China’s assertiveness in regional seas, a concern shared by both countries as they deepen their ties.During his four-day visit, Aquino will hold talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe focusing on defense and security ties. They are expected to sign a deal confirming Japan’s provision of 10 patrol vessels to the Philippine coast guard to bolster its patrolling capability around Manila-claimed South China Sea islands. Comments Share 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Philippine President Benigno Aquino III delivers a keynote speech at the special session of the International Conference on “The Future of Asia” in Tokyo, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Aquino is in Japan for a four-day state visit. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko) New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies He praised Tokyo’s solidarity with the Philippines in advocating the problem and said “a country that we both have had difficulties with” was responsible for the problem, without mentioning China.Under Abe’s push to expand Japan’s international defense role, Japan has been expanding its defense cooperation with a number of countries to complement its cornerstone alliance with the U.S.Defense Minister Gen Nakatani said he held talks with his Australian counterpart, Kevin Andrews, in Tokyo and they shared concerns. “We both strongly oppose the attempt to change the status quo by force, as we share grave concern about China’s reclamation work,” Nakatani told reporters.Manila has protested over China’s stepped-up reclamation work on Philippine-claimed islands and its maneuvers against Filipino air patrols and fishermen.___Associated Press writer Teresa Cerojano in Manila, Philippines, contributed to this report.___Follow Mari Yamaguchi at https://twitter.com/mariyamaguchiCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Patients with chronic pain give advice Sponsored Stories Top Stories