What has the world come to????? 12th and 13th july 2009
Is this the India You and I DREAM off???? this is how it's all going to end???
these are just a few to name..in a span of two days there is so much of hate and violence in one corner of the....Can You Imagine...If we sum up similar issues that have happened all over the world in just these two days?????
But as they say...Hope never dies....Where it is Dark ,There is always a Source of light...READ THE NEXT ARTICLE-
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AHRAICH: In a shocking incident a mother threw her two sons from the running train. When she was about to jump from the train other passengers
dragged her, pulled the chain and informed Jarwal Road police. The police on the information reached on the site and after long search traced the children from a bush. They were admitted in hospital for treatment and the mother was taken in police custody. During interrogation she told it as a result of family dispute.
Sarika (25) resident of Sakrora village under Colonelganj police station of Gonda district left house along with her two sons Islok (7) and Bansh (2) for purchasing books. SO Jarwal road Randhir Misra told that she in the meantime reached Colonelganj railway station and boarded in Sitapur Gonda passenger train along with her sons. She threw both the sons from the running train when the train reached from Colonelganj to Jarwal Road police station border in between Kaithola and Jatora railway stations and also tried to jump herself. Meanwhile she was apprehended by other passengers. The police took the woman is its custody and on her clue went on the site and traced out the children lying in a bush with the help of other nearby people after searching for quite a long time. According to the police family dispute was the reason behind the incident.
KEONJHAR: A four-year-old boy has been rescued from a well in Bhagabandh, about 25 km from here, hours after his step mother threw Rohit Mohanta
into it on Friday night. On Sunday, the child's grandfather lodged a complaint at Sadar police station.
Police officer N K Majhi said, "We are investigating into the matter." Sources said that after the death of his first wife, Kishore Chandra Mohantam, a resident of Bhagabandha in Raikala gram panchayat married Khiramani Mohanta. Rohit is the son of his first wife.
Sources said Khiramani used to ill treat the son and daughter of Kishore's first wife. On Friday night, when Rohit was sleeping with his grand mother, Khiramani allegedly took him and went outside.
When Rohit asked her where she was taking him, Khiromani told him that they are going to his uncle's house. After walking about 200 metres, they reached a well into which she threw the boy.
Rohit hung onto an iron angle inside the well for hours and cried for help. Some villagers, on hearing his cries woke up and rushed to the well. They pulled him out with a bamboo basket tied to a rope. Outside the well, Rohit narrated the tale of how his step mother tried to kill him.
As Kishore worked at Koida in Sundergarh district, Rohit and his eight-year-old sister Itishree lived with their grand parents and step mother.
TALAJA/ BHAVNAGAR: A 17-year-old girl and her brother were arrested on Sunday from Ranivad village of Mahuva taluka for murdering their father,
who the girl claimed had raped and impregnated her. Two of the girl's cousins were also arrested, police said. According to police, the girl, her brother, Bharat, their cousins, Uka Doda and Jeevan Bhachu, stabbed Madha Jodia, 60, while he was asleep at his house on June 30. All four admitted to murdering Jodia after the girl complained to her brother about her father's behaviour.
“Although she was allegedly being raped since the last two years, she told her brother when she discovered she was two months pregnant. It was then that they decided to kill their father. Bharat's paternal and maternal cousins were also involved. They murdered Jodia using a sword kept in the ‘mataji' temple of the house,” an officials of special operations group, Bhavnagar police, said. The girl told police, her father used to stay with his old mother in Ranivad village, while she lives with her brother, mother and sister-in-law in nearby Sathara village. She used to go to her father's house to cook food for him and their 80-year-old grandmother Santok ben. It was during those times that Jodia kept raped her since she was 15 years of age. Police said that the girl has been sent for medical examination.
The girl also said, that her grandmother is blind and has become deaf over the years. Hence, when she cried out for help, she could not be heard by anyone. Meanwhile, her sister-in-law, has also alleged of being molested by Jodia. In fact, because of Jodia's sexual overtures towards his daughter-in-law, Bharat and his mother had moved to Sathara along with other family memebers. However, Jodia told his neighbours he was living the life of a sage and had grown a beard to appear like one.
Jodia was found stabbed in the verandah of his house on July 1. There were six stab wounds on different parts of his body including neck, chest, back and lower parts. One of his ears was chopped off.
It was a moment's irritation which led to tragedy and unbearable guilt: a six-year-old boy lost his life all because a man,
irritated with him, slapped him hard. Nagesh, 30, the man who unintentionally committed this crime, was shocked. He had dropped off to sleep on Wednesday afternoon without locking the door. He awoke when he heard a noise and found Sathish playing inside the house. Irritated, he slapped Sathish, who fell and hit his head on a hard surface, and died on the spot.
Nagesh, who panicked when he realized what had happened, took the body in a plastic bag and disposed of it in a Nilgiri grove. Though he returned after half-an-hour in a bid to smash the child's head so it would be difficult to identify him, he changed his mind on seeing the body.
Nagesh was a helper with an HIV patients' rehabilitation centre in Doddakannelli, HSR Layout. Dogged by remorse and guilt, he could not keep the secret within himself. He went to a person, `Brother' Madhu, at the rehabilitation centre on Saturday, and confessed his crime.
On Friday morning, Amala, a garment factory worker from Janatha Colony in Doddakannelli, had lodged a missing complaint with the HSR Layout police. She had stated that Sathish, her six-year-old son, who was playing outside the house on Wednesday afternoon, had gone missing ever since. Sathish was the son of Amala and her late husband Gundaiah. After Gundaiah's death, she had married again.
On Friday night, Sathish's body was discovered in a Nilgiri plantation in the locality. The police, who examined the body, found no major external injuries and registered a case of unnatural death.
The case took a new twist on Saturday when the police came to know that a man had confessed in front of a `Brother' in a rehabilitation centre in the area. When the police went and asked Brother Madhu, he agreed that Nagesh had confessed he had killed the child. Nagesh, a native of Puttur, had married two months ago and was working with them.
The police took Nagesh into custody and interrogated him. They registered a murder case and produced him before the magistrate on Sunday. He was remanded to judicial custody.
KANPUR: A 20-year-old youth was chased and shot on Sunday night in full public view allegedly by his rivals under Anwarganj police station.
Mohd Khaleel, son of Mohd Basheer, a resident of Kaithewala-ka-Hata, was standing in front of his house with a few friends, when four youth arrived there on two motorcycles. They were armed with revolvers and chased the victim, pinned him down on the ground and fired at him point blank, eyewitness said.
The assailants also threatened others in the locality and sped away. Victim's friend also fled from the spot in fear. Locals informed Anwarganj police, who arrived there to find Khaleel lying on road, wreathing in pain. He was rushed to Lala Lajpat Rai hospital where he was declared brought dead upon arrival.
According to police, the victim was a history-sheeter and had been booked for various criminal offences, including chain snatching and auto-theft. The murder is suspected to have taken place over rivalry. Police have arrested one Afroz in this connection.
NEW DELHI: Over 3,000 children were reported to have fallen ill in the last three years after eating mid-day meal provided by the government, the Lok Sabha was told on Monday.However, no death has occurred due to consumption of mid-day-meal in the three years from 2006-07 to 2008-09, minister of state for HRD D Purandeswari said in a written reply. The Centre has been asking the state governments to ensure that food is cooked in hygienic environment, food items are stored in dry and safe places and adequate drinking water is made available, she said.
Besides, states have been asked to involve the parents and community members to supervise the cooking and serving of mid-day meal.
There is no proposal to use bio-metric system to monitor the attendance of students and teachers in schools, she said.