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11 Indian #Nuclear #Scientists Died #Unnatural #Deaths in 4 Years (2009-13) ! NO ONE cried :-( :-(

In a country where even a single filmy female’s suicidal or drowning death cause candle marches and mourning, causes cases to be filed in courts seeking inquiry, 11 Indian Nuclear Scientists died and NO one cried. Later an RTI had to be filed to dig out the #s!! Many cases are still NOT closed by police !!

11 Indian Nuclear Scientists Died Unnatural Deaths in 4 Years : Government

11 Indian Nuclear Scientists Died Unnatural Deaths in 4 Years: Government

According to the latest data provided by Department of Atomic Energy, 11 scientists have died under mysterious circumstances in four years.

New Delhi:  11 nuclear scientists had unnatural deaths during a four year period from 2009-13 in the country, as per the latest data provided by Department of Atomic Energy. Out of them, eight scientists and engineers working in laboratories and research centres of the Department died in a blast or by hanging or drowning in the sea.

In its Right To Information (RTI) response to Haryana-based Rahul Sehrawat dated September 21, the department said three scientists of Nuclear Power Corporation had also died under mysterious circumstances during the period of which two allegedly committed suicide and one had died in a road accident.

The bodies of two scientists of C-group posted at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Trombay were found hanging in their residences in 2010, while one scientist of same grade posted at Rawatbhata, Rajasthan was found dead at his residence in 2012.

In one case of BARC, police claims that he committed suicide because of prolonged illness and closed the case while the remaining cases are still under investigation.

Two research fellows at died in a mysterious fire in the chemistry lab of BARC, Trombay in 2010. A scientist of F-grade was found murdered at his residence in Mumbai. It is suspected that he was strangulated but the murder accused remained untraced till date.

A D-grade scientist at Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT) in Indore, Madhya Pradesh also allegedly committed suicide with police closing the case.

Another scientist posted at Kalpakkam, Tamil Nadu allegedly jumped into the sea to end his life in 2013 with the case is still under probe whereas a Mumbai based scientist committed suicide by hanging, with police citing personal reasons for the same.

One scientist allegedly committed suicide by jumping into Kali river in Karwar, Karnataka with police again pointing at personal reasons.

source : https://www.ndtv.co m/india-news/11-in dian-nuclear-scientists-d ied-unnatural-deaths-in- 4-years-1229793

22 yr old woman brutally strangles, kills own 1 month old kid & throws body @ 2nd hubby’s house, to get married 3rd time ! Source Dinathanthi

Free-Translation
Ramalakshmi (22) daughter of Kannan lived in Mukthanadhi village of RajaPalyam district (Tamil Nadu) . She was deeply in love with one Karupasamy son of Killikkuttan resident of nearby Venganallur village
Love blossomed into relationships and she became pregnant
In the meanwhile another poor bakra fella by name Gopi came by looking for a suitable bride and Ramalakshmi quietly married him
Few days after marriage Ramalakshmi developed vomiting and other symptoms of pregnancy. she was taken to the doctors, who diagnosed her as being pregnant !! shocked by this, gobi asked her to return to her parents.
After this, Ramalakshmi married lover Karupaswamy and started living with him. In due course she gave birth to a beautiful baby girl (in July )
Some issues must have developed between this couple (Ramalakshmi and lover / second husband Karupaswamy) so Karupaswamy went away to his village
that is when ramalakshmi and her mother planned to get her married away a third time
But that poor innocent kid (born in July) was a hinderance
So the mother and daughter suffocated the kid, killed it, and left the corpse at the second husband Karupaswamy’s house
Karupaswamy’s family complained to the police, who conducted an inquiry and arrested the other and daughter
source DINATHANTHI

ராஜபாளையம் 3-வது திருமணம் செய்வதற்காக பச்சிளங்குழந்தையை கொன்ற தாய்


ராஜபாளையம் 3-வது திருமணம் செய்வதற்காக பச்சிளங்குழந்தையை கொன்ற தாய்
3-வது திருமணம் செய்து கொள்வதற்காக பெற்றெடுத்த பச்சிளங்குழந்தையை கொலை செய்ததாக இளம்பெண் கைது செய்யப்பட்டார். அவரது தாயாரும் கைது செய்யப்பட்டார்.
ராஜபாளையம்,

விருதுநகர் மாவட்டம் ராஜபாளையம் அருகேயுள்ள முக்தாநதி கிராமத்தை சேர்ந்த கண்ணன் என்பவரது மகள் ராமலட்சுமி( வயது22). பி.ஏ. படித்த இவர் படிப்பை பாதியில் நிறுத்தி உள்ளார். இவருக்கும் ராஜபாளையம் அருகே தெற்கு வெங்காநல்லூர் கிராமத்தைச் சேர்ந்த கில்லிகுட்டான் என்பவரது மகனான கருப்பசாமிக்கும் (22) காதல் மலர்ந்துள்ளது. கருப்பசாமி பி.எட் படித்து முடித்துள்ள நிலையில் ராமலட்சுமியின் தாய்மாமா தெற்கு வெங்காநல்லூர் கிராமத்தில் வசித்து வந்துள்ளார். அடிக்கடி ராமலட்சுமி அங்கு வரும் போது இருவருக்கும் காதல் ஏற்பட்டுள்ளது. இதன் விளைவாக அவர் கர்ப்பமாகி உள்ளார்.

இந்த நிலையில் ராமலட்சுமிக்கு நெல்லை மாவட்டம், சிவகிரியைச் சேர்ந்த கோபி என்பவருடன் திருமணம் நடந்தது. திருமணமான ஒரு வாரத்திற்குள் ராமலட்சுமிக்கு திடீரென வாந்தி, மயக்கம் ஏற்பட்டது. உடனே கணவர் வீட்டார் அவரை மருத்துவமனைக்கு அழைத்துச்சென்றனர். அங்கு பரிசோதித்தபோது ராமலட்சுமி கர்ப்பமாக இருப்பது தெரியவந்தது. அதிர்ச்சியடைந்த கணவர் வீட்டார் ராஜபாளையம் அனைத்து மகளிர் போலீசில் புகார் செய்தனர். இன்ஸ்பெக்டர் அமுதா விசாரணை நடத்தியதில் காதல் விஷயம் பகிரங்கமானது. இதனால் ராமலட்சுமியுடன் குடும்பம் நடத்த மறுத்த கோபி, மனைவியை தாயார் வீட்டிற்கு அனுப்பி விட்டார்.

இதன் பின்பு காதலன் கருப்பசாமி, ராமலட்சுமியை 2-வதாக திருமணம் செய்து கொண்டார். இருவரும் முக்தாநதி கிராமத்தில் குடும்பம் நடத்தி வந்தனர். கடந்த மாதம் (ஜூலை) 12-ந்தேதி ராமலட்சுமிக்கு ராஜபாளையம் அரசு மருத்துவமனையில் அழகான பெண் குழந்தை பிறந்தது. அந்த குழந்தையை கருப்பசாமி மட்டும் ஒருமுறை பார்க்க வந்தார். அதன் பிறகு, அவரும் அவரது குடும்பத்தினரும் குழந்தையை பார்க்க வரவில்லை. பலமுறை தொடர்பு கொள்ள முயன்றும் பலனில்லை.

இதனால் ராமலட்சுமி அதிர்ச்சியடைந்தார். இந்த நிலையில் ராமலட்சுமியின் தாயார் முத்து தனது மகளை 3-வதாக திருமணம் செய்து கொடுக்க முடிவெடுத்தார். இதற்கு ராமலட்சுமியும் உடன்பட்டார். ஆனால் அதற்கு குழந்தை இடையூறாக இருப்பதாக எண்ணினர். இதனால் பச்சிளம் குழந்தையை கொன்றுவிட தீர்மானித்துள்ளனர். நேற்று முன்தினம் குழந்தையின் மூக்கை மூச்சுவிட முடியாமல் அமுக்கி ஈவு இரக்கமின்றி கொலை செய்துள்ளனர். இறந்த குழந்தையை கருப்பசாமியின் சொந்த ஊரான தெற்கு வெங்காநல்லூரில் உள்ள அவரது வீட்டிற்கு கொண்டு சென்று வீட்டில் யாரும் இல்லாத நிலையில் சேலையால் தொட்டில் கட்டி போட்டுச் சென்றனர். சிறிது நேரத்தில் கருப்பசாமியின் குடும்பத்தார் வீடு திரும்பியுள்ளனர். தொட்டிலில் இறந்த நிலையில் குழந்தை கிடப்பதைக் கண்டு அதிர்ச்சி அடைந்து பக்கத்து வீடுகளில் விசாரித்ததில் ராமலட்சுமியும், முத்துவும் வந்து சென்றதாக கூறினார்கள்.

இதுகுறித்து தளவாய்புரம் போலீசில் புகார் செய்யப்பட்டது. போலீஸ் இன்ஸ்பெக்டர் சங்கர்கண்ணன் வழக்குப் பதிவு செய்து விசாரணை நடத்தியபோது தாயும் மகளும் இந்த படுபாதக செயலை செய்திருப்பது தெரிய வந்தது. ராமலட்சுமி மற்றும் முத்துவை போலீசார் நேற்று கைது செய்தார்கள்.

#Ridiculing #Husband Before His Close Friends, Relatives, Colleagues & Challenging His #Dignity is #cruelty: Kerala HC

“….The various letters and complaints written by the respondent against her husband before the authorities wherein the husband was working, ridiculing him among the officials, friends and relatives is well evident from the oral evidence tendered by PW2 to PW14 and Exhibits A1 to A38. Ridiculing the husband among his close friends, relatives and also before the officials wherein he was working and challenging his dignity amounts to #cruelty in all means…

…The #pain and #suffering meted out by the petitioner on registration of a crime against him by the concerned #police can very well discern from the fact that it was registered while he was at the age of 70 years. He was not #permitted to participate in the #marriage of his one and the #only #daughter, PW7. He has been #ridiculed before his #officials, friends and relatives is well evident from the various complaints and letters issued at various occasions. The extent of cruelty is well evident from the nature of #wild #allegations #levelled against him in those complaints and letters…..” : Hon Kerala HC

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF KERALA AT ERNAKULAM

PRESENT:

THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE A.M.SHAFFIQUE

&

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE P.SOMARAJAN

WEDNESDAY, THE 1ST DAY OF AUGUST 2018 / 10TH SRAVANA, 1940

Mat.Appeal.No. 360 of 2013

AGAINST THE JUDGMENT DATED 06-03-2013 IN OPNO.134/2006 of FAMILY COURT, KANNUR

APPELLANT/PETITIONER
V.V.PRABHAKARAN
S/O. KUNHIRAMAN NAMBIAR,
CHALIL, “LAKSHMIPRABHA”,
ELAYAVOOR AMSOM DESOM,
P.O. MUNDAYAD, KANNUR – 670 597.
BY SRI. V.V.PRABHAKARAN
(PARTY-IN-PERSON)

RESPONDENT/RESPONDENT:
T.CHANDRAMATHI
D/O.LATE T.K.G. NAMBIAR,
THEENDAKKARA HOUSE,
KANNAPURAM AMSOM DESOM,
P.O. MOTTAMMAL, KANNUR – 670 331.

BY ADV. SRI.K.RAJESH SUKUMARAN

THIS MATRIMONIAL APPEAL HAVING BEEN FINALLY HEARD ON 20.6.2018,
THE COURT ON 01-08-2018, DELIVERED THE FOLLOWING:

A.M.SHAFFIQUE &

P. SOMARAJAN, JJ.


Mat. Appeal No. 360 of 2013


Dated this the 1st day of August, 2018

J U D G M E N T

P. Somarajan, J.

  1. Against the order dated 06.03.2013 in O.P.No.134/2006 of the Family Court, Kannur, the husband came up with this appeal aggrieved by the order refusing to grant divorce of the marriage.
  2. 2. The marriage was solemnized as early as on 13.05.1973. There are four issues in the wedlock. Since 1995, they are residing separately and the petition for divorce was filed in the year 2006 alleging cruelty. The Family Court on consideration of evidence and on hearing the parties found that there is no sufficient ground for granting divorce and consequently the application was dismissed, against which this appeal is preferred.
  3. 3. The original petition was submitted by the petitioner after a long cohabitation with his wife, the respondent herein, more specifically after the expiry of more than 22 years. This would prima facie cast a duty on the court to examine the ground alleged for divorce with its all details so as to find out the existence of elements of cruelty and whether it is sufficient to bring the relationship to an end. The petitioner had given oral evidence as PW1. PW2 to PW14 were examined in support of his case besides the marking of Exhibits A1 to A38. All these persons were examined along with the relevant documents in order to show the misbehaviour of the respondent towards her husband, the petitioner herein, and that he was subjected to continuous mental cruelty challenging his dignity among his friends, relatives, subordinate officers and higher officials. There is no much dispute that the husband/petitioner is living separately from the respondent/wife right from the year 1995. The wife is aged 60 and the petitioner is aged 70 years. There are four issues in the wedlock. They were living as husband and wife for a long period of more than 22 years. It is an admitted case of the respondent that she had preferred a complaint against her husband alleging offence under Section 498A IPC, that too in the year 2003, and a crime was registered as Crime No.379/2003 of Kannapuram Police Station. Subsequently the case was, according to the respondent, settled out of court and herself and her children had given evidence hostile to the prosecution. This would be a factor requires serious consideration as to why they have turned hostile to the criminal case initiated at their instance and whether it was a pressurizing tactics played on the petitioner who was aged more than 70 years. The intention to subject the petitioner with mental cruelty is well evident.
  4. 4. Admittedly the petitioner who is the father of PW7, was not invited for the marriage of PW7, though PW7 is the only daughter born in the wedlock. The reason advanced by the respondent that by that time he had filed a divorce O.P. against the respondent and hence cannot find any fault with her, is seemed to be so strange. The marriage of PW7 was conducted without inviting her father, the petitioner herein. Whether the relationship in between the father and mother became strained is not at all a ground for excluding the father from attending the marriage of his only daughter.
  5. 5. Exhibit A29 letter written by the respondent on 30.09.2003 is self explanatory with respect to the cruelty meted out by the petitioner from his wife. The filthy language used against her mother-in-law and the various wild allegations made against him would prima facie show the way in which he was treated by his wife, the respondent herein. Scandalous allegations were raised against him in Exhibit A30 complaint submitted to the superior officer of the petitioner. The nature of scandalous allegations raised in Exhibit A30 which was submitted to the senior officer of the petitioner would amply show the cruelty and misbehaviour showered on the petitioner by his wife, the respondent. Exhibit A28 apology letter would be an admission of what she had done against her husband, the petitioner herein. Exhibits A24 and A25 would also show the misbehaviour and cruelty unleashed against the petitioner by the respondent.
  6. 6. The various letters and complaints written by the respondent against her husband before the authorities wherein the husband was working, ridiculing him among the officials, friends and relatives is well evident from the oral evidence tendered by PW2 to PW14 and Exhibits A1 to A38. Ridiculing the husband among his close friends, relatives and also before the officials wherein he was working and challenging his dignity amounts to cruelty in all means. Filing of a complaint against her husband alleging offence under Section 498A IPC and registration of a crime against him and the admission made by her that she herself and her children turned hostile to the prosecution resulting in acquittal of the petitioner would prima facie show the way in which he was subjected to cruelty challenging his dignity. The pain and suffering meted out by the petitioner on registration of a crime against him by the concerned police can very well discern from the fact that it was registered while he was at the age of 70 years. He was not permitted to participate in the marriage of his one and the only daughter, PW7. He has been ridiculed before his officials, friends and relatives is well evident from the various complaints and letters issued at various occasions. The extent of cruelty is well evident from the nature of wild allegations levelled against him in those complaints and letters. As discussed earlier, ridiculing the husband before his friends, officials and relatives and challenging his dignity by his wife amounts to mental cruelty having far reaching effects. This cannot be condoned on a later point of time as it will remain in the mind of the petitioner as an incurable injury. The way in which he was treated and ridiculed is further evident from the fact that a publication was made regarding the marriage of her daughter under Exhibit A10 notice which is yet another attempt to degrade the dignity of her father who was excluded from attending the marriage of his one and the only daughter. The reasons advanced by the Lower Court even by quoting a Sanskrit sloga alleged to have been borrowed from the petitioner that “wife should be minister in purpose, slave in duty, Lakshmi in appearance, Earth in patience, Mother in love and prostitute in bed” would itself show the manner in which the Lower Court misappreciated the evidence involved in the case. Submission of a compromise signed by the parties, exhibited as A32, regarding the crime registered against the petitioner will not condone the earlier act of the respondent causing registration of a criminal case under the guise of an alleged offence under Section 498A IPC against her husband who was at the age of 70 years. The cruelty meted out by the petitioner is of that nature sufficient to bring their relationship as husband and wife in an irretrievable halt and hence the petitioner is entitled to the grant of a decree of divorce of the marriage with the respondent. Hence, the judgment of the Lower Court is hereby set aside. A decree of divorce of marriage of the petitioner with the respondent with effect from the date of decree is hereby granted.
  7. Appeal is allowed accordingly, no costs.

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A.M.SHAFFIQUE (JUDGE)

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P. SOMARAJAN (JUDGE)

DMR/-

#Rape alleging #woman’s husband says “#misunderstanding” cleared and case withdrawn !! case against Union Minister Rajen Gohain allegedly withdrawn

Rape case filed against Union Minister Rajen Gohain takes new turn

Rail projects
File photo of Rajen Gohain.

The rape case registered against Union Minister of State for Railways Rajen Gohain has taken a new turn after the husband of the victim in a purported video appealed the media not to follow up the case.

A 26-year-old woman from Deurigaon in Central Assam’s Nagaon district had on August 2 lodged an FIR against Gohain for allegedly raping her and her sister on the pretext of providing them jobs.

In the purported video that surfaced on Facebook, a man, who has identified himself as the husband of the victim, is seen requesting the media not to run any news relating to the rape case.

“We filed an FIR at Nagaon Sadar Police Station against Union Minister Rajen Gohain on August 1. We filed the case against Gohain due to some misunderstanding. Later we realised our mistakes and requested the police on August 6 to withdraw the case. We requested the magistrate as well to close the case. So we have called upon the media not to follow up the case and run any news in this regard,” the man in the video says.

The case (No 2592/18) against Gohain was registered under sections 417 (cheating), 376 (rape) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC.

The appeal of the victim’s husband to media has raised many questions as to why they have expressed willingness to close the case.

source

http://nenow.in/

Pinarayi Vijayan: Kerala CM tapped disaster fund for private chopper ride !!!

Pinarayi Vijayan: Kerala CM tapped disaster fund for private chopper ride | India News

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayanreportedly spent Rs 8 lakh from the State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) to take a private helicopter for a return trip between Thrissur, where he was attending a CPM conference, and Thiruvananthapuramlast month.

As the issue triggered a controversy, the chief minister’s office hurriedly cancelled on Tuesday the original order and clarified the general administration department would foot the bill.

On December 26, Vijayan, attending the CPM Thrissur district conference at Thriprayar, boarded a helicopter from a private helipad in Nattika for a flight to Thiruvananthapuram to take part in a cabinet meeting and meet the central team in town to assess damage caused by cyclone Ockhi cyclone. He then took the same chopper for the trip back to Thrissur.
According to a government order dated January 6, 2018, state police chief Loknath Behera hired the helicopter from Chipsan Aviation Private Limited.
“The helicopter (AW 109E twin engine) was hired for the to and fro journey of the chief minister from Nattika Cotton Mill helipad in Thrissur district to Thiruvananthapuram in connection with the visit of inter-ministerial central team for assessment of the prevailing Ockhi cyclone situation,” the DGP’s letter said.
Though the aviation company had quoted an amount of Rs 13,09,800 initially, it got reduced to Rs 8 lakh after negotiations, the letter added. Following the DGP’s request for payment to the company, the government accorded sanction to the Thiruvananthapuram district collector to release the amount from the SDRF account.
The order was withdrawn after the opposition UDF criticised the fund misuse. A CMO official said the CM was in the dark about the order. “The order will be cancelled. General Administration Department will bear the expense incurred for the chopper trip”, he said.