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Newly-married woman commits suicide after harassment by mother-in-law, husband

Recently a 23-year-old newly married woman identified as Rabekala allegedly ended her life as she was not able to bear the alleged torture inflicted upon her by her husband and his mother, in Kodigehalli situated in Bengaluru. The deceased, identified as Rabekala, married Raja around five months ago. The deceased woman’s father, Anthonyswamy claimed that the accused duo abused and tortured his daughter, owing to which Rabekala resorted to taking the extreme step and ended her life. Src: https://bit.ly/2vRk5SU

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Trump now says, "10 Million People" will welcome him in Ahmedabad during India visit

At a packed re-election campaign rally in Colorado, US President Donald Trump has today said that he has been told by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that 10 million people are expected to turn up along a 22-km-long road in Ahmedabad when he lands in India next week. He also said that he has been told anywhere from six to 10 million people are going to be showing up along the route to one of the largest stadiums in the world. Mr. Trump's latest claim comes despite the Ahmedabad municipal body estimating much lower figures of the crowd. Src: https://bit.ly/32gqNOn

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Coronavirus sparks new fears of cluster cases as outbreak reaches Chinese jails

As per reports from the Chinese government, the coronavirus outbreak has reached Chinese prisons triggering fresh concerns of similar closed-area cluster cases breaking out in the other crowded prisons. nearly 450 prisoners and policemen have been infected in Chinese prisons including in the worst-hit Hubei province. National Health Commission (NHC) officials reported 220 cases of covid-19 cases in Hubei. The commission explained that the country-wide network on reporting of the infectious disease hadn’t been accounting for infections in the country’s prisons so far. Src: https://bit.ly/2umx8vc

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Taj Mahal to be closed for public on February 24 during Trump's visit

In Uttar Pradesh' Agra, the Taj Mahal will remain closed for the general public from 12 noon on February 24 during US President Trump's visit next week. Police Superintendent (Agra) Botre Rohan Pramod said all the homes, stores, restaurants, and hotels along the main route and near the Taj Mahal area have been verified. The verification process is drawing to a close. Several teams have been sent to get the verification done. Pramod added that this has been done so there is no security breach. Src: https://bit.ly/2uRzv9D

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