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3 students  go missing in three days from Noida
Kapil Datta, Hindustan Times
Noida, March 24, 2010
First Published: 23:49 IST(24/3/2010)
Last Updated: 23:51 IST(24/3/2010)
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Three students, including an Amity University student, have gone missing under mysterious circumstances over the last three days. Rohit Kumar, a B. Tech second year student from Amity, returned to Noida from his native Aligarh on Sunday. Since then, he has been untraceable and a missing person repo 
rt has been lodged.


Police have included a kidnapping section into the report, as Rohit’s family members suspect he may have been abducted, Deputy Superintendent of Police R.N. Mishra said.

Rishi Bhardwaj, a Class 10 student of MSD School, has also been reported missing since appearing for his board exam on Tuesday.

The boy’s father was informed his son had left the exam centre half-an-hour earlier than the scheduled time, but when he failed to return till late evening, a report was filed.

A missing person report has also been filed for 21-year-old Rahul Kumar, a student of MMG Degree College, who has been missing since Tuesday. “Missing person reports have been lodged... and investigation has started,” SP A.K. Tripathi said.








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Amity student ‘drugged’ by seniors
HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times
Noida, September 05, 2009
First Published: 22:43 IST(5/9/2009)
Last Updated: 22:47 IST(5/9/2009)
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A first-year Amity University student was allegedly drugged by his seniors when he protested against ragging. Prateek Yadav was admitted to Prakash Hospital on Friday night. Medical superintendent Dr S Siddiqui said: “Prateek... was admitted for unknown poisoning. His stomach was washed. His condit 
ion is stable now.”


Yadav, a first-year student of Hotel Management, said: “When I was returning home  some seniors, whom I didn’t recognise, took me to the other side of the road and forced me to eat a puri. Then they left me at the hostel.”

His father RPS Yadav said: “It is a case of ragging. I will report the matter to the college.”

DSP RN Mishra said: “A case under IPC Section 328 (Administering stupefying drug with intent to cause injury) against four unknown students has been lodged. Though the victim’s complaint didn’t mention ragging, we are probing that angle.”

Amity spokesperson Savita Mehta said: “Our initial probe found it wasn’t a case of ragging. It took place outside our campus.”







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Amity tense after student suicide

By: Mid Day Correspondent    

Twenty-one-year-old B Tech student hanged himself at his Noida Sector 82 residence

A B Tech student from Uttar Pradesh committed suicide at a rented house in Sector 82 of Madhuban Vihar in Noida on Wednesday evening. 
No suicide note was recovered from the room of the deceased, identified as Sumit Singh (21), a third year student of Amity University. 
Sumit hung himself from the ceiling fan and the incident was detected when his roommates returned. Backlog of carryover papers of previous years may have been the reason for suicide, police sources said.

Timeline: Death in the varsity
March 25, 2010: A 20-year-old engineering student of Amity University, who had been allegedly abducted from Sector 41 by three persons, was later found murdered in Harduaganj, Aligarh. The three accused, including mastermind Vivek Patel, who is the grandson of a former Fatehpur MLA, have been arrested. The deceased Rohit Singh was allegedly strangled in Panipat district of Haryana by his abductors, who had earlier sought Rs one crore as ransom from his father, an Aligarh-based building contractor.

February 4, 2010: A second year BBA student of Amity University committed suicide at her Sector 23 residence in Noida. The 20-year-old student was found hanging from the ceiling fan. Around 1 am, when Aditi's guardians went to her room, they found the door closed. After knocking repeatedly, the guardians forced open the door suspecting foul play. A suicide note was found by the police, which had "I am sorry" written on it. The reason behind the suicide is yet to be ascertained. Aditi's parents are settled in Oman.

October 21, 2009: Two B Tech students of Amity University committed suicide by consuming sleeping pills when they came to know that they would not be allowed to take their third semester exams as they didn't score well in the second semester. Bodies of Shobhit and Aditya were found near the washroom of the E1 block of the B Tech building on campus.






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Amity student was murdered at Centre Stage Mall: Father

Written by Team News 24x7 | Created on: 28-03-2011
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NOIDA: In a fresh twist to the suspect death of 20-year-old Amity University student Adhiv Raj Singh, who allegedly leaped to his death from the Fourth Floor of the Centre Stage Mall - CSM in Noida on January 22, his father has now alleged that the boy was killed by one of his class mates.

According to information, in a complaint lodged with the Noida police, the father - Anil Raj; an official with the research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has named one of his class mates Mohsin Fakhar as one "who was involved in his son's murder".

Fakhar was a friend of Adhiv Raj Singh and had studied with him at Mayo and now was pursuing his BBA from the Amity University.

While the entire family of Singh had remained silent on the matter soon after his death, apparently overwhelmed by the grief and shock of lossing their son, the father recently lodged this complaint though no motive has been attributed behind this insinuation on Mohsin.

The police however say that the report  filed by the father states that his son and Mohsin were together on the fateful Saturday night of January 22 and had roamed around Khan Market in Delhi Pragati Maidan before leaving for the CSM on the Delhi Metro.

The father of the deceased boy has alleged that thereafter Mohsin pushed Adhiv Raj from the fourth floor of the Centre Stage Mall, leading to his death, police said. This claim by his father now puts the Noida police in a tight spot as they had then claimed it to be a "clear case of suicide".

Amitabh Yash, the then SSP had told this news portal that "after studying the CCTV camera footage of the Mall it was clear that the boy had gone alone to the top floor, had not bought the cinema tickets.... he walked in determined steps...was obvious that he went their with an intent to jump."

Officials had also then admitted that their interactions with friends had revealed that there were "strong reasons" for the boy to take this extreme step. Inspector of sector 20, Vijay Prakash Singh however had said that since the family of the boy was in a state of shock and disbelief, they would further probe the matter when the dust settled.

May be the time has come to seriously probe the matter and get to the bottom of the whole issue and try to find to out why and how this young life was cut short so untimely and tragically







Kerala police team arrives in Noida to probe Amity student’s death




A Team of police officers from Kerala arrived in Noida on Monday to investigate the death of Justine John Xavier, a first-year BTech student of Amity University who drowned in the campus swimming pool on September 3. The Kochi team reportedly visited the Noida district hospital and Amity University to record statements.




The family of the deceased was not satisfied with the report of the postmortem examination conducted at the Noida district hospital and opted for another postmortem in Kerala. They also reportedly filed a case against the university administration in Kerala, following which the Kerala police launched a probe.



Justine’s father, John Xavier, told Newsline that the second postmortem was conducted on September 22. “We are sure Justine was murdered. This report and other evidence strongly suggest that my son did not die a natural death,” Xavier senior alleged