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Viral: Karnataka man attempts to kiss Cobra, gets bitten on lips | WATCH

Doctors said the youth’s life was saved only because he received treatment timely.

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In an odd act of affection, a man got bitten by a Cobra on the lips when he tried to kiss the snake in the Shivamogga district of Karnataka.

After the incident, the health of the youth deteriorated and was immediately rushed to the hospital, from where he was discharged after treatment. The video of this incident has gone viral on social media and took the users by storm.

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Post-rescue, Alex tried to Kiss the Cobra

Two youths named Alex and Ronnie are reptile rescuers by profession. A few days ago, they received information about two cobra snakes getting spotted at a wedding house. Both of them reached the spot and rescued the snakes, reports said.

After rescuing the snake, Alex started playing with the Cobra and tried to plant a kiss on it but was left in shock when the snake bit him on his lips. Injured Alex was immediately rushed to the nearby McGann Hospital, from where he was discharged after treatment. Doctors said the youth’s life was saved only because he received treatment timely.

Youth dies after a snake bite in Korba

In a recent incident from Korba, Chhattisgarh, instead of receiving treatment after getting bitten by a snake, a man risked his life by believing in exorcism.

Reports said the incident took place in the Ringnia village of Podi block. A man named Dhansay had gone to his farm and was bitten by a poisonous snake.

Instead of taking the injured to the hospital, the family took him to a person from the Baiga community, who performed exorcism upon the injured. In absence of not receiving treatment timely, the poison spread in the body of the young man. He was admitted to a hospital where he was declared dead upon arrival.

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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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Karnataka doctors remove coins adding to Rs 551 from man who had abdominal pain, know why

The man was suffering from a mental health condition called schizophrenia which was the reason why he had been swallowing coins for the last three months.

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A shocking incident has come to the fore from Karnataka’s Bagalkote where a man who was admitted to the Hangal Shree Kumareshwar Hospital and Research Centre had to undergo an operation in which the doctors ended up removing coins from the man’s body.

It is reported that the 58-year-old man had complaints of stomach ache and vomiting after which his relatives rushed him to the hospital. The Doctors in their examination carried out an X-ray scan after which they were taken aback by what they saw.

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The man was identified as Dyamappa Harijan and was a resident of Lingsugur Town in Raichur region.

The doctors after finding out that the man had swallowed coins into his body due to which he was facing abdominal issues performed an endoscopy operation on the man and removed the 187 coins worth Rs 551 which weighed about 1.2 kgs.

The man was suffering from a mental health condition called schizophrenia which was the reason why he had been swallowing coins for the last three months. It took doctors two hours to perform the operation and remove the coins.

Hangal Shree Kumareshwar hospital’s Dr Eshwar Kalaburgi, who performed the surgery, while speaking to the press stated that the patient was suffering from a psychiatric disorder and had been swallowing coins for the last 2 to 3 months. The Dr added that the patient was admitted to the hospital after he complained of issues related to abdominal pain and vomiting.

Another incident

Another incident came to light from Karnataka’s Bengaluru where a doctor ran for 3km to reach the hospital after facing heavy traffic. The Gastroenterology surgeon doctor who works at the Manipal Hospital in Sarjapur ran to the hospital after facing traffic on the way. The doctor also garnered a lot of praise for his act.

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