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Immigration checking
slain Indian’s identity

The Bureau of Immigration is having difficulty searching its system for the records of the Indian who was killed in Bacolod City Wednesday because he has a name held by many others, BI Bacolod Collecting Officer Mita Chuvy Arguellessaid yesterday.

Indian national, Kulwinder Singh, 31, and his companion Alden Teves, 30, were shot and killed by two still unidentified suspects in Purok Active, Brgy. Mandalagan in Bacolod City, Wednesday.

The BI has obtained the fingerprints of the slain Indian for cross checking with its records, she said.moremoremore

uncooperative, police say


The police yesterday still could not establish the identities of the suspects who gunned down an Indian national and a Philippine Army reservist in Bacolod City, since members of the local Indian community are “uncooperative.”

Supt. Jefferson Descallar, deputy police city director for operations, said that they already have leads, but are still facing difficulty in the investigation.

They are also waiting for the result of the ballistic examinations on the .45 caliber pistol and six bullets recovered from the body of Alden Teves, the driver and body guard of the Indian national, Descallar said. moremoremore

Alert raised vs.
flooding, landslides


Tropical Depression “Agaton” is not headed toward Negros Occidental but the Provincial Disaster Management Team is warning against possible landslides and flooding.

Rain is expected  in Negros Occidental, with moderate to strong winds brought on by the north east monsoon until Monday,  Benjie Ballesteros Jr. of the PDMT said.

Fishing boats and other small seacrafts are advised not to venture out to the sea while larger sea vessels are alerted against big waves, he said.moremoremore

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