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If menstruating women cook, they will be reborn as 'kutri' in next life, says Swami Dasji

Swami Krushnaswarup Dasji of Swaminarayan Bhuj Mandir, who runs the Bhuj Institute where 68 hostellers were forced to do a strip test to check whether they were menstruating, said that if you eat food cooked even once by a menstruating woman, then your next avatar will be that of an ox. Swami further said, "A menstruating woman who cooks food for her husband will certainly be reborn as a 'kutri' (bitch)". He added that a person may feel whatever they want but the Shastras outlined these laws. Src: https://bit.ly/2Szfv4C

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Bhuj Hostel case: Trustee of girls college commits to abolish practice, says NCW

National Commission for Women (NCW), which had taken suo moto cognisance of the incident at a college in Gujarat's Kutch where girls were forced to remove their underwear to test whether they were menstruating or not, stated that the Shahajanand Girls Institute trustee will give a written undertaking to abolish such discriminatory practice. Earlier on 14 February, 68 girls were forced to undergo a strip test at the institute's hostel to verify whether they were menstruating. Src: https://bit.ly/2vDSiVY

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Chhattisgarh govt plans to set up advanced sports academies in various districts

The Chhattisgarh Sports Development Authority plans to run state-of-the-art sports academies in different areas of the state and will seek support and cooperation from corporate houses for the same. The authority stated in a statement that the main purpose behind this authority's constitution is to make sports policy decisions, good coordination with the sports department, decisions on national and international events, as well as financial assistance under the govt of India's sports development schemes. Src: https://bit.ly/2u78kXP

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People who tested negative for Coronavirus discharged from ITBP quarantine facility

The Indo-Tibetian Border Police (ITBP) has informed that people quarantined at its facility in Delhi's Chhawla have started leaving for their homes after they have been found negative for Coronavirus. As per media reports, it is expected that about 200 people may leave for their destinations from the ITBP facility at Chhawla. The reports added that all the people may be released by today evening. The ITBP also presented a rose and a calendar to each of the persons leaving the facility. The govt also provided conveyance to all the people. Src: https://bit.ly/3282D8z


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