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Bengaluru newlywed woman commits suicide after finding out about husband’s first marriage, daughter

Based on the complaint, the authorities booked Prasad and his first wife Ayusha Banu for her death.

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A 24-year-old newlywed woman committed suicide at her home in Bengaluru on Tuesday after she found out about her husband’s first marriage. The incident is reported from Marathahalli’s Kaveri Layout.

According to the reports, the deceased, identified as Gouthami, hanged herself from a ceiling fan between midnight and 4 am after she learnt that her husband was already married and had a daughter too.

Prasad saw Gouthami hanging from the ceiling fan when he woke up early in the morning and informed her parents about the incident. Gouthami’s father A Babu filed a complaint against her husband with the Marathahalli Police Station. Based on the complaint, the authorities booked Prasad and his first wife Ayusha Banu for her death.

Gouthami and Reddy Prasad’s love story

Gouthami used to work in a private firm in Punganur of Andhra Pradesh after she completed her graduation in B.Com. During her job, she fell in love with Prasad, a resident of Dinnipalli, a neighbouring village. She reportedly eloped with him and they tied the knot on March 19, 2022.

Babu said that they filed a missing-person complaint then and later when she appeared before the police, the family found out about her marriage to Prasad. The couple then moved to Bengaluru, the report states.

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Gouthami’s father Babu’s complaint

Before ending her life, Gouthami told her father, A Babu, about Prasad’s first marriage and his first wife. He said Banu also frequently visited Gauthami and Prasad’s house. Following that, the couple had a huge fight between them and claimed Prasad even abused her. In a complaint, Babu said that Prasad used to compare Gouthami with his first wife and often abused and harassed her.

The police have registered a case against Prasad and his first wife under IPC Sections 306 (abetment to suicide) and 494 (remarrying during the lifetime of a husband or wife).

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Karnataka: St. Joseph Engineering College suspends students for performing obscene dance in Burqa | WATCH

After the video went viral, the St. Joseph Engineering college’s Twitter handle came forward to inform the people that the students in question barged onto the stage during an informal students association inaugural party. The College’s Twitter user further added that It was not part of the program which was priorly approved by the college administration.

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A video has come to light from Karnataka’s Mangaluru where 4 college students from St. Joseph Engineering college performed to a Bollywood song on while wearing Burqa. The video of the incident went viral after which the students involved in the matter were suspended by the authorities.

According to reports, a probe has been ordered by the college administration and the reports also suggest that the students who committed the crime were Muslims.

In the video, four-Burqa donned students can be seen performing to Dabang 2’s song Fevicol Se. The dance by the students can be seen inspiring a lot of laughter and applause from others. The performance also received a lot of hooting from the students of the engineering college. The dance performance by the students can be perceived as obscene.

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The video also shows a man taking pictures of the performance by the four Burqa donned people.

College’s statement

After the video went viral, the St. Joseph Engineering college’s Twitter handle came forward to inform the people that the students in question barged onto the stage during an informal students association inaugural party. The College’s Twitter user further added that It was not part of the program which was priorly approved by the college administration.

The college authorities also condemned the incident and termed it to be activities that could harm the harmony between communities.

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Twitter Reaction

After the video went viral, many people came forward with their own takes on the incident as one user came forward and stated that dancing to a vulgar song and wearing Burqa while performing is disrespectful to Islam. Whereas another user came forward to question what is objectionable in the incident, implying that they were just dancing to a song.

One user also added to the conversation and highlighted that the four students were Muslims, suggesting that there was no intention to disrespect the culture of Islam as the students who performed it were themselves practitioners or belonged to that religion.

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Karnataka’s Dalit youth turns to suicide after being beaten for overtaking motorcycle of upper-caste men

The police registered a case against Raju, Shivaraj, Gopalakrishnappa, and Munivenkatappa who are all residents of Pethandlahalli in Mulbagal. The charges filed against the accused also include Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

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A blood-curdling story has come to light from Karnataka’s Mulbagal where a Dalit Youth turned to suicide on Wednesday after facing harassment and beating of upper-class men over a trivial spat of overtaking anther bike. The Dalit youth was identified as Uday Kiran, after which the Nangali police filed a case.

According to reports, the Kiran, along with his friend Nagaraju were traveling on bike and over took Raju and Gopalakrina’s motorcycle who were enraged by the act and stopped the Kiran’s vehicle and assaulted him.

The reports also claimed that Uday Kiran and his friend faced a similar predicament while returning home as they were stopped by the same men and brutally beaten by them. The accused reportedly snatched their Uday’s and his friend’s phone and vehicle and harassed them.

Later, Uday approached the accused to fetch his belongings back after which the accused tied him to the tree and at the Racchekatte area. The accused then brutally beat up the youth and hurled abuses at him as well.

Uday, frustrated by the discrimination and harassment inflicted on him by the higher-caste men, turned to suicide and hung himself from a nearby tree around his home.

Police action

The police registered a case against Raju, Shivaraj, Gopalakrishnappa, and Munivenkatappa who are all residents of Pethandlahalli in Mulbagal. The charges filed against the accused also include Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. It is also reported that the accused are at large and the police are investigating and trying to nab them soon.

Another incident

Another incident of a similar nature came to light from Karnataka’s Heggotara Village where a woman who drank water from a water tank was emptied out and purified with cow urine by the upper caste men of the area. The reports also claim that the upper caste men also criticised the woman for drinking water.

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Bengaluru: Condoms, contraceptives, cigarettes found in students’ possession in a surprise bag check

One student’s bag contained oral contraceptives (i-Pills). Aside from that, water bottles contained alcohol.

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Bengaluru: Condoms, contraceptives, cigarettes found in students’ possession in a surprise bag check

Authorities of local schools were shocked by the results of an experiment to monitor cell phone use in the classroom.

In addition to cell phones, the bags of students in Classes 8, 9, and 10 also contained condoms, oral contraceptives, lighters, cigarettes, whiteners, and hefty cash.

Following concerns that kids brought cell phones into the classrooms, some schools started checking students’ baggage. Even the Karnataka Association of Primary and Secondary Schools (KAMS) requested that schools begin checking the students’ baggage. But the result was unexpected.

A few schools held special parent-teacher meetings. The principal of a school in Nagarabhavi remarked, parents were similarly astonished and told the school authorities about rapid behavioural changes in youngsters.

Instead of reprimanding the students, schools decided to carefully handle the problem and sent notes to parents advising counselling. Despite having counselling sessions at the schools, the administrator claimed that the parents were asked to seek outside therapy for children and we gave leave for up to 10 days to such students.

A school principal said, condom was discovered in a Class 10 girl’s luggage. When questioned, she pointed the finger at her peers or the people at the private coaching she attends.

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According to KAMS general secretary D Shashi Kumar, surprise bag checks were conducted in 80 per cent of the schools. One student’s bag contained oral contraceptives (i-Pills). Aside from that, water bottles contained alcohol, he added.

Kumar also said that the schools are having trouble getting over this shock. It was found that students were resorting to abusive language, were bullying their peers and even teachers, and making inappropriate gestures. Children as young as Class 5 exhibit this type of behaviour, he added.

Parental supervision was suggested by Dr A Jagadish, a specialist psychiatrist at Abhaya Hospital. Sharing an instance, Dr Jagdish said that a single mother discovered a condom in the shoe rack of her 14-year-old son. A few kids enjoy experimenting and engaging in these kinds of activities. Smoking, which can lead to drug addiction, and excessive interaction with people of the opposite sex that could result in physical contact are examples of this. The doctor has advised parents to mentor their children.

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