A theft has taken place at Sonam Kapoor’s bungalow in Mumbai as one of her diamond necklaces has gone missing. The actress has registered a complaint with the Juhu police on February 5 and they have filed a theft case against unknown persons.Sonam Kapoor’s diamond necklace has gone missing According to the complaint filed by Sonam, the necklace went missing after she wore it at a party on February 4 and could not find it the next day in her drawer. She further added that the jewellery, worth approximately Rs 5 lakh, was given for an endorsement.A complaint has been lodged under Section 380 of the Indian Penal Code and the police has begun the investigations by questioning their domestic help.A leading daily quoted an officer from the Juhu police station, “We are investigating from all angles. We are also looking into whether Sonam dropped the necklace in the party she had attended.”The police is looking at all the angles and even the CCTV footage from the party will be checked by them.
The first day of the second and final four-day first class cricket match against Australia A turned out to be quite dismal for India A, who were bowled out for a meagre 135 at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium here on Wednesday.At stumps, Australia A were batting at 43 for no loss with openers Cameron Bancroft and Usman Khawaja unbeaten on 24 and 13, trailing India A by 92 runs.It was a poor first innings outing for the hosts, who despite winning the toss and having India Test skipper Virat Kohli (16) in their ranks, collapsed for the measly total.The fall started when captain Cheteshwar Pujara (11) was bowled by medio Marcus Stoinis (1/21). India A were soon tottering at 53/4 with the losses of opener Abhinav Mukund (15), Kohli and Shreyas Iyer (1).Kohli hit a six and a boundary and looked like getting a big one but left-arm tweaker Ashton Agar (2/23) had other plans and put an end to the Indian’s innings, getting him trapped in front of the wickets.Also read: All eyes on Virat Kohli as India A takes on Australia A Karun Nair (50) and wicketkeeper batsman Naman Ojha then offered the only resistance to Australia A bowlers by striking an important 56-run fifth wicket partnership. Though Ojha contributed only 10 runs in the stand, his 84-ball stay helped Nair reach his half-century in 153 deliveries.But once Ojha was stumped of Agar (2/23), the final fall happened again with India A losing their last six wickets for only 24 runs, totally giving the advantage to the visitors.advertisementIndian origin Australian pacer Gurinder Sandhu picked the most number of wickets. The right-armer cleaned up the India A tail to end with 3/25. Agar, spinner Steve O’Keefe (2/30) and pacer Andrew Fekete (2/33) also clinched two wickets each.In reply, the visitors started well as Bancroft and Khawaja did not play loose shots and stuck it out in the middle for 13 overs before the close of play.Brief scores: India A 135 all out (Karun Nair 50; Gurinder Sandhu 3/25, Ashton Agar 2/23, Steve O’Keefe 2/30) vs Australia A 43 for no loss (Cameron Bancroft 24 not out).