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Woman locked-up by in-laws for 1 year

NOIDA(iNDIA) : A woman was found locked up by her in-laws in their residence in Sector 19 of Noida for the past one year.

The victim's father alleged that his daughter had not even been allowed to go to the terrace. Other family members claimed that she got married last year and was subsequently tortured and thrashed on several occasions. A group of doctors is now conducting a medical examination and the final report will be handed over to the cops on Tuesday.

Meera's (name changed) father Brijnath said that his daughter was married in April last year after which the family was not allowed to meet her. "Each time we tried to meet her, her in-laws came up with excuses," said Brijnath.


 Priest rapes minor on temple premises

KENDRAPADA: A priest of Madhukeshari Temple allegedly raped a 16-year-old girl on its premises at Chakoda village under Dharmasala police limits in Jajpur district on Monday.
The survivor's motherlodged an FIR, alleging that Rabindra Panda, 35, raped her minor daughter.
According to IIC of Dharmasala police station Sudrashan Dash, Panda raped the girl when she went to the temple to have prasad.


Baby born with four arms and four legs said to be ‘stable’ after surgery

China :The baby boy, born April 2 in Huizhou, Guangdong Province, China, is described as having had a parasitic headless twin attached to his torso. He underwent surgery April 11, according to Chinese media reports.

Special Article            Women and Work
By: Aakaanksha Singh

Women workforce constitutes an integral part of total workforce in India. On 31st march 2004, women constituted 19 per cent of the total workforce.  There were about 49.34 lacs women workers employed in the organized sector. The participation of women in the labour force has contributed and is continuing doing so, to a fair share to the Indian economy. Apart from the penny-less job she does as a home-maker in ‘building up future contributors’ to the world.
Even the banks are looking to woo women by offering lucrative freebies and discounts. The government sets up the Bhartiya Mahila Bank to focus primarily on the monetary power of the women.

5 wedding party members killed in bus fire

Bhopal (India), April 18: Five members of a marriage party, including three children, were electrocuted when the bus in which they were travelling came in contact with a high tension wire in Ater tehsil of Bhind district on Friday night. The bus caught fire after it came in contact with the wire.

The incident took place near Bajaria village of the district at around 9pm. The bus was coming from Tikri village and was headed for Bajaria village but the goods kept on the roof of the bus touched a high tension wire when it was at a distance of around 500m from the village, police said.

DIG Chambal range, DK Arya said, "We have recovered five bodies in the bus including three children. The rest jumped off the bus."

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Man held for sexually assaulting minor daughter

Mumbai(India): A 34-year-old man was arrested by the Dahisar police on 17 April for allegedly sexually assaulting his 10-year-old daughter. After her mother separated seven years ago, the girl lived on the pavement with her father and two siblings.

"The girl had run away from home last year. In December 2013, the railway police found her in Kalyan and sent her to a shelter for children at Dongri. On April 15 she told an officer at the shelter about the assault. Her statement was sent to the MHB Colony police station," said ACP Dilip Roopvate. "The offence took place in an open space below the Link Road flyover at Anand Nagar in Dahisar (E)."



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UK researchers unravel reasons behind India's farmer suicides
  LONDON: British researchers have said they have found few of the main reasons behind India's farmer suicides.

Investigations by researchers from the Cambridge University's Department of Sociology and University College London's Department of Political Science has found that rates of suicide are highest in areas with the most debt-ridden farmers who are clinging to tiny smallholdings - less than one hectare - and are trying to grow cash crops such as cotton and coffee that are highly susceptible to global price fluctuations.
The researchers said their study points to a vicious cycle of Indian smallholders forced into debt due to market fluctuations.

Last-minute reprieve: Iranian woman spares life of son's killer with a slap
  TEHRAN: An Iranian mother spared the life of her son's convicted murderer with an emotional slap in the face as he awaited execution with the noose around his neck, a newspaper reported on Thursday. The dramatic climax followed a rare public campaign to save the life of Balal, who at 19 killed another young man, Abdollah Hosseinzadeh, in a street fight with a knife back in 2007.

Shargh newspaper said police officers led Balal to a public execution site in the northern city of Nowshahr as a large crowd gathering on Tuesday morning.


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Thiruvananthapuram: Techie kills lover's daughter, mother-in-law

 THIRUVANANTHAPURAM(India), April 18: An IT professional and his paramour, a married woman, have been arrested in connection with the murder of the latter's four-year-old child and mother-in-law, police said.

Police said Nino Mathew hacked to death his paramour Anu Shanti's daughter and mother-in-law and also made a vain attempt to murder her husband Lijesh on Wednesday.

The injured Lijesh ran out of the house and alerted neighbours, which led to Mathew's arrest, police said.

Anu Shanti, Mathew's colleague at an IT firm in Technopark here, who was arrested on Thursday, was charged with conspiracy and abetment of crime, police said, adding, both have been remanded in judicial custody.

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