Outlook News Wrap, May 27: Cyclone Remal Crosses Bengal, Swati Maliwal Breaks Down & More Stories

In other news, Pune Police said on Monday that the blood sample of the accused teen in the Porsche accident case was thrown into dustbin and was replaced with another person's sample.

Cyclone Remal passed through Bengal on Sunday evening, causing major damage to infrastructure and property Photo: PTI

Hello, readers! We bring to you the top stories of the day in this news wrap. We're diving straight into absconding JD(S) MP Prajwal Revanna's sexual abuse case, in which the latest development is that the MP has announced he will appeat before Police on May 31.

In other news, Pune Police said on Monday that the blood sample of the accused teen in the Porsche accident case was thrown into dustbin and was replaced with another person's sample.

Read All This And More In Outlook's May 27 News Wrap

Sexual Abuse Case: Prajwal Revanna Says Will Appear Before Police On May 31

Karnataka Janata Dal (Secular) MP Prajwal Revanna, who left the country after his sex tapes surfaced and subsequent sexual harassment cases were filed against him, has announced that he will appear before the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on May 31. READ FULL STORY

Maliwal Breaks Down In Court During 'Assault' Case Hearing, Calls Out YouTuber Dhruv Rathee | Here's Why

Tears rolled down the face of AAP MP Swati Maliwal inside the Court on Monday after a lawyer of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's aide Bibhav Kumar reportedly said that she chose the spot of the alleged assault on May 13 at the Delhi CM’s house because there was no CCTV, which could record the incident.

In her response, Maliwal has slammed AAP's "army of trolls", blamed a popular YouTuber Dhruv Rathee for increasing rape and death threats, and told the court that if Kumar was granted bail, then "there is danger to my life, as well as my family's". READ FULL STORY

Pune Porsche Crash: Teen's Blood Samples Were Thrown In Trash; More Trouble For Father Over 'Kidnapping' Family Driver

The blood sample of the accused teen in the Pune Porsche accident case was thrown into dustbin and was replaced with another person's sample, police said on Monday, adding that the samples of juvenile were replaced on instructions of Dr Taware and Dr Harnor of Sassoon Hospital.

The Juvenile's father had called Dr Taware to replace blood samples, said Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar. READ FULL STORY

Cyclone Remal: Storm Leaves 2 Dead In Bengal, Moves Towards Tripura, Assam; States On Alert

Cyclone Remal which hit the coasts of West Bengal and Bangladesh on Sunday night killed at least two people in West Bengal and seven people In Bangladesh. The Indian state and its neighbour country have suffered extensive damage to infrastructure and property. READ FULL STORY

The intensity of Cyclone Remal has weakened but its still moving northwards and according to forecasts made by the meteorological department, its impact will be felt by Tripura and Assam. READ FULL STORY

Papua New Guinea Landslide: Over 2,000 Buried Alive, Nearly 700 Assumed Dead In Aftermath of Landslides

As the aftermath of the massive landslides in Papua New Guinea continues to wreak havoc on the country, the Disaster Centre has now informed the United Nations that over 2,000 people have been buried alive due to the landslides in the village of Kaokalam.

As per a report by AFP, Papua New Guinea's national disaster centre has told the UN office in Port Moresby that the landslide has buried more than 2,000 people alive. READ FULL STORY

Amid Facing Trolls, 'Heeramandi' Star Taha Shah Badussha Reveals He Attended Cannes 2024 'To Make Contacts'

‘Heeramandi’ actor Taha Shah Badussha, known for his role as Nawab Tajdar Baloch in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s show, continues to capture attention on social media platforms. Following his notable performance, he made a striking debut at the recently concluded Cannes Film Festival 2024. His presence was marked by the trailer and poster launch of his film ‘Paro’ at the Bharat Pavilion. READ FULL STORY

T20 World Cup: Team India Arrive In New York Sans Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya - Watch

Indian cricket team landed on Sunday morning for the T20 World Cup 2024 sans their star players, Virat Kohli and vice-captain Hardik Pandya, who are set to join later. (More Cricket News)

Head coach Rahul Dravid, batting coach Vikram Rathour, captain Rohit Sharma and rest of the support staff, landed in New York ahead of the marquee tournament. READ FULL STORY