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Nine year old girl had over 80 injuries marks on her body, forensic revealed rape

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Nine year old girl had over 80 injuries marks on her body, forensic revealed rape

Nine year old girl had over 80 injuries marks on her body, forensic revealed rape

As the Indian nation faces tumults over the Kathua and Unnao rape cases, yet another horrific case had been reported yesterday. A nine year old girl body, discovered by the police, had been last week reported as a rape case. The victim had over eighty injuries over her body, including her private parts.

The severely injured corpse was found near a cricket ground ground in Bhestan area of Surat on April 6. After five long hours of post-mortem, the forensic reported that the girl was raped and tortured for one week long. The cause of the death had been attributed to strangulation.

According to Ganesh Govekar, forensic head of the Civil Hospital, most of the external injuries were caused by a wooden weapon and declared that the girl was latter strangled to death. After nine days, the girl had not been identified yet but the police is taking all the necessary measures to find her family. Photographs of the victim had been sent to the state police control room for identification process.

The police had filed a case under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act.

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India teacher arrested for wedding bomb murder

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India teacher arrested for wedding bomb murder

Soumya Sekhar Sahu, a 26-year-old software engineer, was killed and his 22-year-old wife Reema was seriously injured when he opened a parcel addressed to him, five days after their marriage.

Police in India have arrested a college teacher in connection with a “wedding bomb” that killed a newly-married software engineer and injured his wife. Punjilal Meher worked with the victim’s mother in Orissa state, police said.

They say he plotted the revenge killing after she was promoted over him at their work place which was at state college. The shocking killing in February riveted India and led the police to question more than 100 people, mostly relatives and friends of the couple.

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India: 13 children killed in bus-train collision

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India: 13 children killed in bus-train collision

Thirteen children have died after their school bus collided with a train in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The bus had been travelling across an unmanned railway crossing when the accident took place.

The incident comes weeks after 24 children died when their bus fell into a gorge in Himachal Pradesh state. The latest incident took place in the Kushinagar region of Uttar Pradesh state. It is not yet known how many children were travelling in the bus.

The state government has ordered an investigation into the incident and announced compensation to the families of those killed in the accident.

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Data leak in India: Cambridge Analytica states that investigations are on-going

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Alexander Nix, Cambridge Analytica's now suspended CEO

Data leak in India: Cambridge Analytica states that investigations are on-going

Cambridge Analytica in London stated that all activities around the world including India will be investigated and reported. The spokesperson underlined that all “national issues and national associations are part and parcel of the independent investigation”. This information was released from a press release of Cambridge Analytica in London on Wednesday 25 April.

Huge concerns were brought last month as NaMo App was allegedly accused stealing users’ data. Clashes rose between Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and BJP leader Narendra Modi as both accused each other of taking information without users’ consent.

Moreover, a Twitter post from Janata Dal, revealed that castes researchs were carried out in Uttar Pradesh during 2010 elections by SCL India Ltd, a branch company of Cambridge Analytica. Janata Dal also provided documents which revealed that SCL had a database of “over 600 districts and 7 lakh villages”. Furthermore, it was revealed that SCL had an office in Ghaziabad and nine regional offices Bangalore, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Kolkata, Patna, Pune, Ahmedabad and Cuttack.

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