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Newborn baby dragged out of an operation theatre of a private hospital, killed by a dogs

Recently a horrible incident took place in which a newborn baby was allegedly dragged out of an operation theatre of a private hospital identified as at Akash Ganga Hospital situated in the UP and killed by stray dogs. As per the media reports, the baby's mother, Kanchan, was admitted to the hospital earlier in the day for baby’s delivery. Kanchan's family alleged that they were never showed the baby boy and he was dragged out of the operation theatre and killed by a stray dog. What should be the punishment if the accused are found guilty of this horrible negligence? Src: https://bit.ly/2ReSjGN


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Nirbhaya Case convict Mukesh Singh asked mercy from president

Recently Mukesh Singh, who is one of the four convicts in the Nirbhaya case whose execution is just a week away has filed a mercy petition to President Ram Nath Kovind. Unless the appeal is accepted, he, along with three other convicts in the case, is to be hanged at 7 am on January 22. The other three convicts hadn’t applied for the same. Do you think the convicts deserve mercy after brutally raping and murdering Nirbhaya victim? Let us know in comments. Src: https://bit.ly/30m9bzq

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18-year-old boy shot himself accidentally while shooting a TikTok video in Uttar Pradesh

Recently a teenage boy identified as Keshav has lost his life after a loaded revolver accidentally went off while he was shooting a TikTok video in Bareilly district situated in Uttar Pradesh. As per the media reports, Keshav had pressurised his mother Savitri to give him the revolver for making the TikTok video. His mother was unaware at that time about the revolver was loaded. Savitri had gone out to attend to some household chores when she heard the sound of a gunshot and rushed inside to find Keshav lying in a pool of blood. Src: https://bit.ly/2QPZZjU


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Delhi Minor Commission writes letter to CJI on police brutalities during anti-CAA protests

The Delhi Minor Commission (DMC) has written an open letter to Chief Justice of India S A Bobde to look into the matter of police brutally handling the situation during the Citizenship Act protests. DMC chairman, Zarfarul Islam Khan requested CJI to take action and wrote that police behaviour was highly objectionable against protesters. In the letter, the commission has attached an example of 87 cases where the police have not handle the situation properly in UP, Karnataka, Assam, Jammu and Kashmir, Gujarat and Delhi. Src: https://bit.ly/2TkqQpM

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