Bangalore : Techie’s estranged wife found murdered ! Police suspect Rape and Murder !!
Murder In a bizarre incident, a 24-year-old woman was found dead with a slit throat at her house in 13th main, 20th cross at J P Nagar here on Tuesday night.
Ashwini wife of Sunil Kumar and daughter of Dr Jagannathachar and Nagarajeshwari couple is the deceased.
Ashwini had married Sunil Kumar a software engineer in Bangalore, two years ago. The relationship among the couple turned sour and Ashwini returned to her parents house within six months of her marriage. Since then she was living with her parents and had severed ties with her husband, said police sources. Interestingly, the couple had quarrelled during the initial days of marriage and a case has been registered in a police station in Bangalore.
Jagannathachar who runs a clinic in Vidyaranyapuram had gone outside along with his wife and returned home in the night, only to see his daughter dead.
The perpetrators have gained entry into the house through backdoor. Police suspect that the accused may have raped the victim before doing her to death.
‘Baraatis’ protest marriage law amendment
Ramesh was the “groom”. Dressed suitably, he travelled by car. Only, he sat on top of it, distributing pamphlets against introduction of “irretrievable breakdown of marriage (IrBM) as a ground for divorce under the Marriage Law (Amendment Bill 2010).
The 37-year-old was a satirical groom at a make-believe marriage ceremony titled Fakkaro ki Barat, which roughly translates as marriage procession of the bankrupt. The idea was to convey the message that the proposed change in law would make men bankrupt.
Accompanied by a band, the “baraatis” travelled through parts of Lucknow today, shouting slogans against the Bill. Among those protesting was Yogesh, a doctor, who said, “The Bill reeks of gender bias. Only the wife can oppose IrBM while a husband cannot. Even after divorce, the woman will continue to receive 50 per cent of what a man earns.”
Yogesh is general secretary of Army Against Dowry Act Misuse in India (AADMI), which organised the protest. Umesh Talwar, another member, said, “I used to be a soft skills trainer but now I spend my days in court.” Like most others who protested, he is fighting a case filed against him under 498A of the Indian Penal Code which deals with “husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty”.
The protest began at Globe Park Court and concluded outside Vidhan Bhawan. Tomorrow, AADMI plans to hand over a memorandum to the chief minister.
1. Even IF the kid is born outside wedlock, first blame the MOTHER IN LAW !!
2. Even adulterous women’s names will NOT be published, they will be protectied
3. Adulterous women can have babies at their free will, police / NGO will inherit the baby at our tax rupees and the women will be let of to continue their *life*
4. This will all be done right under the watchful eyes of the police / govt and fourth estate !!!!
5. Now … Now …. IF a man were to BY MISTAKE loose his kid in a mela, he will be arrested for negligence !!!!
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Mother walks out on her baby a day after she’s born
TNN | Aug 9, 2012, 05.22AM IST
CHENNAI: In the Wednesday morning rush hour, a woman made an abortive attempt to abandon her one-day-old daughter in a suburban train hurtling towards Tambaram.
The 36-year-old woman, Chitra (name changed), hid the tiny tot in a plastic carry bag and tried to furtively walk out on the girl after dumping the bag in the corner of the coach around 10pm. But her shifty body language didn’t escape the roving eyes of an off-duty sub-inspector of the Railway Protection Force
, S Sebastin, on the coach. He, along with other passengers, cornered her.
When she couldn’t hold up against the sharp grilling of a policeman, Chitra revealed she wanted to get rid of her child. The passengers were shocked to know that the packet hid a baby, which was snoozing unaware of the uproar around her. Chitra explained that she planned to dump the child because her in-laws didn’t want a baby girl.
Lakshmi Raguram, a medical officer with Human Rights Organisation, an NGO in the city, who was on the coach, checked the baby. Some of the commuters fed the baby milk after it cut short its sleep and let out a loud ‘wouaaa’. Lakshmi told TOI that the child was in good health.
The mother and the child were later taken to the head office of the NGO in Egmore, where it was confirmed, after a series of medical tests, that the child was hers.
But the members of NGO learnt that the child was born out of wedlock and Chitra wanted to get rid of it. “She told us that her husband deserted her a couple of years ago and that she was struggling to make a living,” said Human Rights Organisation’s women’s wing administrative secretary A B Kalpana.
In the evening, Chitra boarded a train back to her hometown, alone.