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Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Case: How saviours become demons

Anusha Bhattacharya

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The Muzaffarpur shelter home case where more than 34 girls were allegedly sexually abused has recently come to light. The medical reports had earlier indicated that 29 out of 44 girls living at the shelter homes had been raped and molested for several weeks. Soon after the reports were out the case was handed over to the CBI. in the recent revelation, the state funded NGO, allegedly resulted in abortions and death of at least one girl. The CBI inquiry had further informed how these shelter homes were able to function for so long with no accountability, either in their finances or the welfare of the inmates. These girls in this destitute home used to cut themselves i order to avoid sexual abused.The most worrying part is that the state has a child welfare committee of which the chairperson is now among the accused. Shelter homes are meant to provide safe security for children and women who have been abandoned or have no family support. But when those who are entrusted with the protection turn into predator, its high time the state should seriously take a strict action to ensure that this does not happen again.

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Saviors of Kerala – The Security forces of our nation

Anusha Bhattacharya

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Government officials and politicians across india are pledging that a part of their salaries would be contributed toward kerala flood relief. The Shiv Sena today said that its MLAs and MPs would donate a month’s salary towards the cause. The government employees in Tamil Nadu and puducherry have also decided to contribute their one month salary to the Kerala flood relief fund. The entire nation has now raised their helping hands towards their relief. But the unsung heroes are definitely the security forces of our nation, who are constantly working on the new front to save millions of lives in the flood affected Kerala. Anusha Bhattacharya gives more insights

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Kerala Flood: Death toll jumped to 324. Modi announced interim relief aid of Rs 500 crore

Anusha Bhattacharya

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The death toll in the flood-hit Kerala has jumped to 324. And in the last 10 days of floods, the death toll has nearly become three times more in the last 24 hours. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had arrived in Kochi last night to undertake a survey of flood-hit areas. Prime Minister Modi was accompanied by Kerala Chief Minister Vijayan during the aerial survey. After consultation with chief minister, Narendra Modi announced an interim relief aid of Rs 500 crore. The entire procedure has certainly killed a lot of valuable time and has taken a toll on the innumerous lives that could have otherwise been saved had this procedure would be paced up. There is no doubt on the contribution from the Centre but it was really late and the kind of loss of human lives and infrastructure has been suffered by Kerela, providing relief funds on time had to be the main priority for them..Anusha Bhattacharya gives more insights

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Imran Khan: The 22nd PM of Pakistan’s march to power

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Imran Khan has been as sworn in as Pakistan;s news prime minister after his party’s victory in last month’s election. Khan was elected as his party PTI swept the election, vowing to bring an era of accountability and prosperity to the country. Khan who was famously captioned the Pakistan national cricket team to World Cup glory in 1992, has also invited some of his teammates to his oath taking ceremony. Cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Sindhu too had reached Pakistan to attend the ceremony. In Imran Khan’s victory address to the nation, he expressed how he is expecting India as a big opportunity to be explored. So can we expect any path-breaking gestures towards India now? Anusha Bhattacharya gives more insights..

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