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No leads yet in TV journalist's murder

Onkar Singh in New Delhi | October 03, 2008 19:57 IST

Days have passed, yet there are no leads in the murder of Delhi [Images] journalist Soumya Vishwanathan.

Rajan Bhagat, assistant commissioner of police, said the police were still looking for clues in the case.

Soumya, 25, was a producer at Headlines Today channel and prior to that she was working with CNN-IBN. She had called up her mother just prior to the murder and told her that she should be home in next ten minutes or so.

Initially the police had thought that Soumya was killed in a road accident on Nelson Mandela Marg. But during post mortem a bullet was found in her head.

Though the police initially claimed that she was shot twice but now they maintain only one bullet was fired.






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