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Class 2 boy's body found in drain

Wednesday November 14, 2012 07:51:43 PM, IANS

New Deli: A Class 2 student's body was found in a drain near his house here, police said Wednesday. The eight-year-old boy had gone missing Nov 9.

The body of Junaid, a resident of east Delhi's Mustafabad and student of a private school, was found Tuesday night, police said. An autopsy has been ordered.


 








 


 

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