In a shocking incident highlighting the toxic patriarchal mindset still prevalent among the Indian society, even in metropolitan city like Delhi, a woman living in national capital’s Prem Nagar area, who wanted to work and support her family, had her skull cracked open with a brick by her irate father-in-law.
A video of the incident, caught on security camera, which has gone viral on social media, shows the man hitting the victim, 26-year-old Kajal, repeatedly with a brick, as she covers up to soften the blows but the man doesn’t relent and continues the assault.
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Kajal tries to run away but is pursued by her father-in-law with a brick in hand who continues to land blow after blow on her in a lane in Prem Nagar area of Delhi. She was reportedly going for a job interview when her father-in-law confronted her and started the assault, reports said.
A senior police official said that Kajal wanted to work and support her husband Praveen Kumar, angering her father-in-law who assaulted her on Tuesday while she was on her way to a job interview.
According to reports, Kajal got into an argument with her father-in-law over her decision to pursue a job to support her husband, who works in Civil Defense Service. The man objected her daughter-in-law’s choice and confronted her in a lane while she was going for a job interview.
The woman received grievous injuries, especially on her head, due to the assault and was rushed to the Sanjay Gandhi Hospital by her husband Praveen Kumar where she received 17 stitches for her head injury.
According to a police statement, the woman’s parents who live in Faridabad filed a complaint against her father-in-law based on which a case under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), was registered against the man, adding that further investigation is underway.
Viral video: Humans of Bombay founder Karishma Mehta’s old video saying idea came out of blue goes viral after Humans of New York founder Brandon Stanton’s criticism
Speaking on the issue, Stanton took to X, formerly Twitter and criticised Mehta’s company HOB’s step of sending a legal notice for copyright infringement.
Humans of Bombay’s founder Karishma Mehta’s old video has been going viral on social media platforms. The incident started with Mehta’s company, Humans of Bombay, filed a lawsuit against Humans Of India over copyright infringement.
This case got the attention of the Humans of New York’s founder Brandon Stanton. Speaking on the issue, Stanton took to X, formerly Twitter and criticised Mehta’s company HOB’s step of sending a legal notice for copyright infringement.
HONY’s founder said he stayed quiet on the appropriation of my work because according to him HOB shares important stories, even if they’ve monetised far past anything I’d feel comfortable doing on HONY, Brandon Stanton added. But you can’t be suing people for what I’ve forgiven you for, the HONY founder said.
In this cold war, an old video of Karishma Mehta is going viral. In the video, she talks about the inception of HOB and how the idea came to her spontaneously. She expressed that it felt like the perfect fit for her and she decided to start it without any hesitation. Reflecting on the experience, she shares that starting something new during that time was an amazing experience.
Later in the video, she discusses her struggles and how the organisation didn’t generate any income for the first three years. She relied on pocket money from her parents.
Karishma is getting trolled on social media platforms after Humans of New York founder Brandon Stanton’s reaction and accusations of copying his idea.
Karishma Mehta founded Humans of Bombay, a storytelling platform in India similar to Humans of New York, as a Facebook page in 2014. It has gained a large following since then.
A lawsuit was recently filed by the platform against People of India for copyright infringement in the Delhi High Court, which Brandon was not happy about.
Parineeti Chopra-Raghav Chadha tie the knot, RagNeeti fans waiting for couple’s wedding picture
Following his sehrabandi, Raghav boarded a boat with his baraat and travelled to The Leela Palace, where the major wedding ceremony was held with the setting sun as a backdrop.
Bollywood actor Parineeti Chopra and Aam Aadmi Party MP, Raghav Chadha, finally tied the knot in Udaipur today, September 24. The theme of the wedding was a pearl-white wedding and Parineeti opted for a Manish Malhotra-designed ivory lehenga whereas Raghav on the other hand coordinated with his wife and opted for an ivory-coloured outfit.
However, the couple did not share any pictures from their wedding on social media, their fans are eagrly waiting to see the pictures of the new couple.
Following his sehrabandi, Raghav boarded a boat with his baraat and travelled to The Leela Palace, where the major wedding ceremony was held with the setting sun as a backdrop. Manish Malhotra, Sania Mirza, and Harbhajan Singh were among the politicians and family members that are in Udaipur for the royal wedding.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann, and the leader of the Yuva Sena Aaditya Thackeray, are all in Udaipur and attended Raghav Chadha’s baaraat. Sanjay Singh, a member of the Aam Aadmi Party, is another guest from the groom’s side.
Actor Priyanka Chopra, Parineeti’s cousin, her husband Nick Jonas, and their daughter Malti did not travel to India to attend the wedding. Priyanka’s mother Dr. Madhu Chopra, attended the event. On Instagram, Priyanka wished Parineeti and gave the impression that she might not be at the latter’s wedding.
Dolly Sidhu, celebrity mehndi artist, shared the pictures from Parineeti’s mehndi ceremony. The actor can be seen wearing a green-blue kurta with minimal makeup.
According to sources, the groom’s family will organise the couple’s wedding reception in Chandigarh on September 30. The Taj Chandigarh will host the event. In Delhi, there will be another reception after this.
Meanwhile, Parineeti and Raghav have been the talk of the town ever since their love story came to light. After dating each other, the couple got engaged in May in Delhi in the presence of their close family members and friends.
2nd ODI: India sets the target of 400 runs for Australia
Both KL Rahul and Ishan Kishan attacked to get the game off to an exciting start.
India wants to put Australia under strain as it chases down 400 runs in the second ODI in Mohali by taking some early wickets. Earlier, India had a strong start, thanks to hundreds runs partnership from Shreyas Iyer (105) and Shubman Gill (104) before Suryakumar Yadav showed off his finishing prowess with a 72 not out off 37. After being asked to bat first, India amassed a mammoth 399 for 5 in 50 overs.
Both KL Rahul and Ishan Kishan attacked to get the game off to an exciting start. Australian bowlers knocked out Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill, but then they were contended with Rahul and Kishan.
Individual centuries from Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer, who both put up outstanding performances, furthered India’s overwhelming lead against Australia in the second ODI. After Sean Abbott removed Shreyas Iyer from the game, KL Rahul, the captain, is moving the game along with Shubman Gill.
Australia chose to bowl first after winning the toss. Team India got off to a sluggish start, and Ruturaj Gaikwad left early, but Shreyas Iyer eventually joined them. Shreyas Iyer was hitting Australian bowlers in all directions with Shubman Gill.
At the Holkar International Stadium in Indore, the Australian team will face the KL Rahul-led Indian team. With a victory in Indore, India will attempt to clinch the three-match series, while Australia will be looking for a way to salvage the match.
Since normal skipper Pat Cummins is taking a break, Steve Smith is leading Australia. In the meantime, Prasidh Krishna has taken the place of Indian bowler Jasprit Bumrah in the starting lineup.
The low boundaries of the Holkar Stadium will suit the hitters in the second One-Day International between India and Australia, which is predicted to be a high-scoring contest. The last time India played at Indore was in January of this year, when the team was captained by Rohit Sharma, who scored a massive 385 runs together with opening partner Shubman Gill.