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Instagram extends suicide content ban to cover memes, comics

Recently the Facebook-owned photo-sharing app Instagram has extended its ban on graphic self-harm imagery and suicide content to cover fictional depictions of the same in forms of drawing, memes, content from films and comics. As per the media reports the company has also removed the images that may not show self-harm or suicide but includes associated methods. Do you think such policies should be applied to all other social media platforms? Src: https://tcrn.ch/31MzpdK

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Andaman man survives 28 days in sea on damaged boat, reaches Odisha

Recently a 49-year-old man identified as Amrit Kujur, who set off with his friend Divyaranjan on a boat from Andaman and Nicobar Islands on September 28, washed ashore in Odisha last week. A noticeable incident about it is, Kujur survived 28 days in the sea despite storms that damaged the boat and left him stranded from the regular course. His friend died after a few days in the sea but Kujur had survived by drinking rainwater which he soaked up in his towel. Src: https://bit.ly/2NhEaH3

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Bengaluru: A cab driver & wife kill elderly relatives to repay INR 10L debt

Recently a brutal incident has been registered by Bengaluru Police in which a 30-year-old cab driver and his 21-year-old wife have been arrested for taking the life of their elderly relatives to settle a debt which amounts to INR 10 lakh. The accused couple had killed a 63-year-old man and his 55-year-old wife by a spanner and stole the jewelry of Rs 8.6 lakhs as well. The cab driver had reportedly confessed to killing another elderly couple in July. Src: https://bit.ly/2BV5vt3

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Owners of Goodwin Jewellers flee with crores of customer money, case filed

Recently a shocking incident has registered where the owners of Goodwin Jewellers from Maharashtra fleed with crores of rupees invested by its customers. As many as 300 people have filed a complaint about the fraud committed by the chain's Dombivali branch, a police official has claimed in an interview. Investors claimed that they had put money with the jewellery store in a monthly investment scheme, the police official further mentioned. Src: https://bit.ly/32RMzHC

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