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Doctor touches girl inappropriately during check up at Mumbai’s Nanavati Hospital

In the thread, Darab further wrote that he is at a loss on what to do, except to make this thread. If more people are aware of the situation, she may be able to obtain justice.

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Sexual Harassment

A shocking case came to light from Mumbai’s Nanavati Hospital where alleged sexual harassment took place. The incident was reported by screenwriter Darab Farooqui on his social media handle, where he posted a thread, in which he mentioned details about the incident.

He said that this incident took place on Thursday, he was there with his wife and two sons for a checkup for one of his sons. As they exited the doctor’s office, they went to get an x-ray of their son.

He further said that they started to hear loud screams and shouts that were coming from room number 5. After that, people started rushing into the room. Then, suddenly, the door burst open, and a girl was screaming, her face was flushed with rage.

The girl was yelling and said what kind of hospital is this, she screamed, where doctors are touching a girl improperly in a room. Darab said that the doctor also said something that he didn’t hear as he walked out behind her. The girl responded in rage, this is how you do checkups.

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After this, the doctor started addressing people, who were in his immediate vicinity. He said that in a check-up, they have to check the pulse, touch a patient, and she is making a deal out of nothing. The girl then screamed back and said this is the way you touch your patients.

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The girl also asked for the head of the department and said that she wants to report this, but then by this time, a large crowd was assembled.

The Doctor started influencing the working staff, and the girl was standing there, and then the doctor came and started yelling at her, and was also pointing a finger at her face. After that, she took a step back.

The girl then started leaving and when Darab rushed and said that they should file an official complaint, she stopped for a while and said that she shouted so loudly, and not a single member of the hospital staff came to speak with her, they were just talking to the doctor.

Darab said that they should go to the police station, the girl replied and said that what’s the purpose, nothing will happen.

In the thread, Darab further wrote that he is at a loss on what to do, except to make this thread. If more people are aware of the situation, she may be able to obtain justice.

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5 students sustain stab injuries after clash breaks out between two school groups in Delhi’s Dayalpur, 6 arrested

The Delhi Police have so far arrested six students and registered a case against them in connection with the case.

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School Student Fight

A horrific incident has come to light from Delhi’s Dayalpur area where at least five students of Karawal Nagar School sustained stab injuries after a clash broke out between two school groups in northeast Delhi’s Dayalpur area.

The Delhi Police have so far arrested six students and registered a case against them in connection with the case.

According to the reports, a scuffle broke out between the students of Govt. Boys Senior Secondary School, Karawal Nagar and Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya, Khajuri Khas on Monday at 3:10 pm. The two groups attacked each other with knives after a quarrel, in which five students of Karawal Nagar School were injured.

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The students were rushed to the GTB Hospital where they are undergoing treatment.

The Delhi Police said one of the apprehended students disclosed that 3 days ago, while he was riding his motorcycle near the Dayalpur bus stand, some students stopped him and bullied him.

He claims that they questioned him about his school and the reason he was riding the motorbike so close to their school. They beat him up when he resisted their bullying. The student gathered his friends and attacked the other group in retaliation.

The boy was then shifted to Jai Prakash Hospital. After first aid, he gathered his friends and they all planned revenge. The Delhi Police said there is no communal angle in this incident. He said further investigation into the matter is underway.

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Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin rewards director Kartiki Gonsalves of Oscar-winning The Elephant Whisperers with Rs 1 crore

Most recently, CM Stalin also met with the leading characters of the documentary, Bomman and Bellie, and the young elephants Raghu and Ammu. The Tamil Nadu government also announced cash rewards for 91 caretakers at the elephant camps.

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Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has honored the Oscar-winning film by rewarding director Kartiki Gonsalves Rs 1 crore. The documentary film had been on the receiving end of a lot of praise after it won Oscar for the Best Documentary Short in 2023.

As per the reports, on Tuesday, Kartiki Gonsalves met with CM MK Stalin who lauded her work and congratulated her for bagging an oscar. After landing back in Chennai following her win at the Oscars. She met with Tamil Nadu CM and received the Oscar trophy from his hand.

Chief Minister MK Stalin then facilitated the director with a cash prize of Rs 1 crore. He also honored the Elephant Whisperer’s director by gifting her with a shawl.

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Most recently, CM Stalin also met with the leading characters of the documentary, Bomman and Bellie, and the young elephants Raghu and Ammu. The Tamil Nadu government also announced cash rewards for 91 caretakers at the elephant camps.

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Tamil Nadu CM also congratulated and praised the Elephant Whisperer team for winning the Oscar on March 12. Chief Minister MK Stalin took to Twitter to praise the documentary makers and congratulated them on winning the Oscars.

He further wrote that there is no better news to wake up to than two women bringing the first-ever Oscar for an Indian Production. He also called the documentary film a moving story and said that the documentary deserves all the praises and accolades that it has been receiving.

The Elephant Whisperers

The documentary is a 40-minute-long documentary that one can stream on Netflix. The documentary revolves around the lives of elephant caretakers Bomman and Bellie and also was the directorial debut of Kartiki Gonsalves.

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Traffic chaos as rain lashes Delhi NCR, more showers forecast tomorrow

Due to heavy rain during the office dispersal hour, traffic chaos covered the captial. Social media is swamped with Delhiites sharing visuals of the rain and jam-packed roads.

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Delhi rain

Heavy rain lashed several parts of Delhi and NCR on Monday evening. The captial along with on-and-off drizzles had pleasant weather throughout the day.

Due to heavy rain during the office dispersal hour, traffic chaos covered the captial. Social media is swamped with Delhiites sharing visuals of the rain and jam-packed roads.

Earlier today, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued an orange alert owing to rain, thunderstorm, and hailstorm in several parts of the city.

The bad weather conditions in Delhi also triggered the diversion of a total of 10 flights which were scheduled to land at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation said.

Among the 10 flights, three were diverted to Lucknow and seven to Jaipur.

IMD had also said rain coupled with hail and gusty winds of up to 40 km per hour in Delhi will be witnessed on Monday. It also advised people to stay indoors and not seek shelter under trees, as maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to be around 26 and 16 degrees Celsius.

On Saturday, Delhi-NCR witnessed heavy rain with hailstorms taking the temperature to 25.3 degrees Celsius. As per the officials, the capital recorded the lowest temperature so far this month on Saturday.

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