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Elusive success pushes techie to suicide

Last updated: 09 June, 2009
Bangalore:

A 32-year-old computer engineer, Ligesh, hanged himself at his HSR Layout residence during the wee hours of Monday.

Ligesh, a native of Kannur in Kerala, was running an IT firm in the City.
Ligesh was depressed for the last three months as none of his projects saw the light, police said.

He was staying along with his assistant Seenu.
On Sunday, the two had discussed various topics till late in the night and Seenu was shocked to see his friend hanging from the ceiling when he woke up in the morning.
A police officer said Ligesh had a tattoo on his hand abusing God.

He used to over react to even small things and many a time, his neighbours had complained to the police for disturbing them.

The computer engineer reportedly used to play guitar in the middle of the night.

3 houses burgled

Three cases of burglary were reported in the last 24 hours in the City.
An Air Force officer residing in Hunasamaranahalli has complained to the Yelahanka police that when he had gone out to Varanasi with his family, some miscreants forcibly entered the house and made away with valuables worth lakhs of rupees.

In another incident, miscreants targeted a retired librarian's house in JP Nagar, II Phase.
More than Rs 3 lakh worth gold and silver ornaments were found to be missing from the house. The complainant had locked the house and gone to attend a wedding. In a similar incident, burglars broke open decamped with Rs 2 lakh worth valuables from a house in Vidyaranyapura. Naveen, resident of 6th Bloc, HMT Layout has complained to the police.
DH News Service


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