The Hush Post: About five-to-six school going teenagers stabbed a man to death inside a moving bus on Mathura Road in south Delhi. This happened after he tried to frisk them thinking that they had stolen his mobile phone. Deputy Commissioner of police (south-east) Romil Baaniya said the murdered passenger, in his mid-20s, has not been identified yet. The conductor of the bus, which had about 40 passengers, said the boys, as well as the victim, boarded the bus from a bus stop in Ashram and soon the man began checking their pockets. This led to a fight in which one boy stabbed the man in his neck with a knife while the other boys restrained him. The boys were wearing white shirts and navy blue trousers suggesting they were students of a government school. The victim collapsed inside the bus while the boys jumped out of the vehicle. The boys are believed to be between 13 and 16 years of age. The investigators are also probing the possibility that they could be the members of a gang that recruits boys in uniform to pickpocket.