in laws try to burn alive married woman in bhojpur


आरा : बिहार के भोजपुर में एक दिल दहला देने वाली घटना सामने आयी है. एक विवाहित महिला को संतान नहीं होने के कारण ससुराल वालों के द्वारा चिता पर जिंदा जलाने की कोशिश की जा रही थी. पुलिस को इसकी भनक लग गई और मौके पर पहुंचकर विवाहिता को जिंदा जलने से बचा लिया गया. पुलिस ने उक्त महिला को बेहोशी की हालात में चिता से बरामद किया है.

घटना संदेश थाना क्षेत्र के सोन बालू घाट स्थित सारीपुर श्मशान घाट की है. फिलहाल पीड़ित महिला का इलाज आरा के सदर अस्पताल में कराया जा रहा है.

महिला संदेश गांव निवासी रवीन्द्र ठाकुर की पत्नी लक्ष्मी देवी है. बताया जा रहा है कि बचरी गांव निवासी भगवान ठाकुर की 26 वर्षीय बेटी लक्ष्मी देवी की शादी करीब 12-13 वर्ष पहले बासुदेव ठाकुर के बेटे रवीन्द्र ठाकुर से हुई थी. शादी के बाद से ही लक्ष्मी के पति और ससुराल के लोगों द्वारा संतान नहीं होने के कारण अक्सर प्रताड़ित किया जा रहा था. साथ ही पति और ससुर द्वारा अक्सर शराब पीकर उसके साथ मारपीट भी की जाती थी.

लक्ष्मी ने कई बार इसकी शिकायत अपने मायके वालों से भी की. लक्ष्मी के मैयके वालों ने प्रताड़ना की बात को लेकर बेटी की ससुराल पक्ष के लोगों से कई बार सुलह समझौता की कोशिश भी की, लेकिन वे नहीं माने. कल (सोमवार को) देर शाम लक्ष्मी के पति और ससुराल वालों ने नशीला पदार्थ खिलाकर उसे बेहोशी की हालत में जिंदा जलाने की कोशिश की.

पुलिस ने समय पर मौके पर पहुंचकर महिला को जिंदा जलने से बचा लिया. फिलहाल लक्ष्मी के पति समेत ससुराल के सभी लोग फरार बताए जा रहे हैं. इलाजरत पीड़ित महिला ने पूछताछ में बताया कि उसे संतान नहीं हो रहा है, इसको लेकर उसे प्रताड़ित किया जाता है. वह चिता पर कैसे पहुंची और उसे कौन ले गया, उसे कुछ भी पता नहीं है. वहीं, संदेश थाना पुलिस ने बताया कि गुप्त सूचना मिली थी कि एक महिला को जिंदा जलाने की कोशिश की जा रही है.

फिलहाल इस मामले में महिला के मयकेवालों के लिखित आवेदन पर थाने में महिला के सास, ससुर और पति के खिलाफ जिंदा जलाने का केस दर्ज कर गिरफ्तारी के लिए छापेमारी की जा रही है.





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Bihar: The murder of a minor girl, attack on police in Ramgarh thana; Burn the vehicles


पटना:

बिहार के कैमूर जिले के रामगढ़ थाना के बदुरा गांव में शुक्रवार को सुबह एक लड़की की कथित हत्या के बाद आक्रोशित लोगों ने थाने में खड़े वाहनों में आग लगा दी. इस आगजनी में थाना और वहां खड़े कई वाहन जल गए. कई पुलिस वाले गंभीर रूप से घायल हो गए. उन्हें बेहतर इलाज के लिए वाराणसी भेज दिया गया है. बदुरा गांव और आसपास के इलाके में तनाव है.

कैमूर जिले के रामगढ़ में शुक्रवार को ग्रामीणों ने जमकर बवाल किया. सैकड़ों की संख्या में डंडे लेकर आए उपद्रवियों ने रामगढ़ थाने को चारों तरफ से घेर लिया और धावा बोल दिया. उन्होंने थाने में रखे सारे कागजात फाड़ दिए, गाड़ियों में तोड़फोड़ की और एक दर्जन से अधिक गाड़ियों में आग लगा दी. पुलिस ने जवाबी कार्रवाई करते हुए फायरिंग की.

घटना की सूचना मिलते ही मोहनिया डीएसपी रघुनाथ सिंह और भभुआ डीएसपी अजय प्रसाद के नेतृत्व में आधा दर्जन से अधिक थानों की पुलिस, दंगा नियंत्रण वाहन, फायर ब्रिगेड की गाड़ी और पुलिस लाइन से एक बस भरकर पुलिस कर्मी मौके पर पहुंचे. पुलिस ने हालात को नियंत्रण में लेकर लोगों को समझाने का प्रयास किया.

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इस बवाल के पीछे एक घटना है जो दो दिन पहले हुई थी. रामगढ़ थाना क्षेत्र के बड़ौरा गांव की दलित नाबालिग लड़की सीएसपी संचालक के पास पैसा निकालने के लिए गई थी. नेट स्लो होने का बहाना करके संचालक ने पैसा नहीं दिया. उसके बाद बच्ची को अगवा करके उसकी हत्या कर दी गई. इस मामले में रामगढ़ थाने ने प्राथमिकी दर्ज नहीं की. इसके बाद शुक्रवार को ग्रामीणों ने सुबह से ही थाने की घेराबंदी कर आगजनी शुरू कर दी. उपद्रवी तत्वों द्वारा किए गए पथराव में मोहनिया डीएसपी रघुनाथ सिंह, मोहनिया सर्किल इंस्पेक्टर विंध्याचल और सैफ के जवान को गंभीर चोटें आईं. लोगों ने इन चारों को डंडों से भी जमकर पीटा.

लड़की के परिजनों का कहना था कि पुलिस एफआईआर दर्ज नहीं कर रही थी. जब तक हम लोगों की मांगों को नहीं माना जाएगा तब तक आक्रोश जारी रहेगा. उनकी मांग है कि 48 घंटे के अंदर आरोपी की गिरफ्तारी हो, पीड़ित परिवार के एक परिजन को सरकारी नौकरी दी जाए और पच्चीस लाख रुपये मुआवजा मिले.

बिहार: नालंदा में राजद नेता की गोली मारकर हत्या, गुस्साए लोगों ने आरोपी के घर को फूंका

पुलिस ने आधा दर्जन उपद्रवी तत्वों को चिन्हित कर हिरासत में ले लिया. मोहनिया डीएसपी की पहल पर हालात सुधर गए थे और शांति हो गई थी लेकिन शरारती तत्व बाद में उपद्रवी तत्वों को छोड़ने की मांग करने लगे. मोहनिया डीएसपी ने उनसे कहा कि जांच कराई जाएगी. जो दोषी होंगे उन पर कार्रवाई होगी और जो दोषी नहीं होंगे उनको रिहा किया जाएगा. इस बात पर शरारती तत्व भड़क उठे और उन्होंने पुलिस पर हमला बोल दिया.

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इसके बाद सारे पुलिस बैकफुट पर हो गई और उपद्रवियों ने जमकर उत्पात किया. मोहनिया बक्सर रोड के रामगढ़ चौक के पास जमकर आगजनी की गई.



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OP Rajbhar, NDA Ally And UP Minister Said, Burn Politicians Who Create Divide Among Hindus And Muslims


NDA ally and SBSP chief, OP Rajbhar, said, “Why do only common people ‘burn’ during riots?”

Aligarh: 

NDA ally and minister in the Uttar Pradesh government, OP Rajbhar, landed himself in a controversy after he said why only common people suffer during communal riots. “Neta kyun nahi marta (why don’t leaders die?)” Mr Rajbhar said, while addressing a rally in Aligarh on Sunday.

“Did any big politician die in Hindu-Muslim riots? Why don’t politicians die? Set fire on the politicians who try to make you fight on the basis on religion; then they will understand and stop ‘burning’ others,” Mr Rajbhar said.

The minister, who has often been critical of the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh, went on to say that “Netas create divisions between Hindus and Muslims” but as per the Constitution of India, a person who is eligible to cast his vote is a citizen of India and “he can’t be thrown out”.

Earlier on Saturday, Mr Rajbhar threatened to pull out of the NDA, if the main party in the alliance – the BJP – does not want to continue.

Mr Rajbhar’s remarks come at a time when political rivals, the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) joined hands to take on Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA in the 2019 parliamentary elections. 

The rebel UP minister has given 100 days to the BJP to decide whether it wants to collectively fight the general elections. Mr Rajbhar further added that if he does not get a suitable response within the set time frame, his party – the Suheldev Bahujan Samaj Party (SBSP) will contest on all 80 seats solo.

Mr Rajbhar had launched a scathing attack on Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, after the later went on a renaming spree. He had asked the BJP to change the names of its Muslim leaders before changing the names of different places.

“BJP changed the names of Mughalsarai and Faizabad. They say they were named after the Mughals. They have a national spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain, union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Uttar Pradesh minister Mohsin Raza – three Muslim faces of the BJP. They should change their names first,” the SBSP chief had said.





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Maoists Kill Watchman, Burn 5 Vehicles At Odisha Road Construction Site At Patiamba


Maoists shot the watchman after suspecting him to be a police informer. (Representational)

Phulbani: 

Maoists shot a watchman, suspecting him to be a police informer, in Odisha’s Kandhamal district, police said today. The incident happened at a road construction site at Patiamba late on Saturday night.

Police said the Maoists also burned three tractors, a road roller and a truck at the construction site. The construction of the road was being carried out under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY).

The Maoists then took the watchman, Rabindra Mallick, to the nearby forest and then shot him dead, police added.

Police said the Maoists put up leaflets near the site that mentioned that the attack was carried out by the Kandhamal-Kalahandi-Boudh-Nayagarh. 

It is a division of the banned outfit CPI (Maoist).

Operations of the security forces have been intensified in the area following the incident, police said.

At least four Maoists, including a woman, were killed in the same area in May 2018 in a police ambush.





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Groom will be jailed with family if crackers burn in marriage in gautam buddh nagar noida


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This Is How Ghee Helps Burn Belly Fat


This year many health and fitness experts talked about the health benefits of adding ghee in one’s daily diet. This humble yet powerful ingredient has been around in the world of gastronomy since time immemorial. Indian households are using ghee for various purposes, from cooking to medicinal and to beauty. Not only is it known for benefiting overall health, but is also said to help get rid of that extra weight and fat around the waist. However, a lot of people think that ghee is not fit to be added to any weight loss diet as it is full of fats. But that’s not completely true. Ghee, if made at home from cow’s milk, is full of essential nutrients that are known to promote overall health. It is true that desi ghee consists of saturated fats and, therefore, can be unhealthy but only if eaten in huge amounts – this is why many nutritionists and health experts recommend consuming not more than two or three spoons of ghee in a day.

 

Ghee prepared using cow’s milk is a good source of fat-soluble vitamins and healthy fatty acids that may help you lose weight. According to Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Health Coach, Shilpa Arora, since ghee does not have lactose and casein, people who are lactose intolerant or cannot digest dairy can easily consume it. Moreover, ghee consists of essential amino acids that help the fat cells to shrink in size.

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Ghee prepared using cow’s milk is a good source of fat-soluble vitamins and healthy fatty acids that may help you lose weight.

 

Other than that, one of the most important benefits of ghee is that it comes packed with omega-6 fatty acid called conjugated linolenic acid (CLA), which is known to help in modifying our body’s composition and reduce body fat levels, further helping you shed weight. Various studies have found that ghee helps in mobilising fat cells to be burnt for energy, further helping them to reduce fat mass and increase lean body mass.

 

But remember that anything in excess is bad. Make sure you don’t consume ghee more than two to three teaspoons a day. Always consult your doctor before adding it to your daily diet. Regardless of its many health promoting properties, consume ghee in moderation as it is high in saturated fats.

 

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UP Woman Who Was Set On Fire By 5 Men Dies Due To Burn Injuries


Before she died, she alleged the men poured kerosene on her and then set her on fire. (Representational)

Lucknow: 

A woman who was set on fire allegedly by five men in Uttar Pradesh’s Shahjahanpur in November for resisting sexual assault died due to her injuries on Tuesday, police said.

According to a complaint filed by the woman’s mother, she was returning home on November 24 when the men attacked her in Shahjahanpur’s Tilhar area.

The woman was taken to a hospital in Bareilly where died due to injuries yesterday.

Police said it has filed a case against the accused under various sections of the Indian Penal Code.

Before she died, she told a magistrate the names of the five men who had attacked her.

“The woman said that she was sexually assaulted by them when she was returning home. She also said in the statement to the magistrate that they had allegedly poured kerosene on her and then set her afire,” a police statement said.

Her body has been sent for postmortem, the police said.

The National Human Rights Commission of India has reportedly sent a notice to the UP government over the incident.





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Here’s Why Fennel Seeds (Saunf) Help Lose Weight And Burn Body Fat


Fennel seeds, also known as saunf, have been linked to various health benefits and have been used for treating various ailments. The common spice that is used to flavour curries, rice-dishes and sweets is also known for its ability to manage an array of health problems, including congestion, asthma, diabetes, stomach gas and other digestive issues. But, did you know that saunf is used as an effective remedy for obesity? Yes, that’s right! It has many important nutrients that make it an important spice to boost weight loss. Fennel seeds are a rich source of fibre, antioxidants, minerals, et al, all of which are important for burning fat. If you are looking to cut those extra flabs, then saunf is the way to go. We tell you how to fennel seeds for weight loss.

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Fennel Seeds (Saunf) For Weight Loss | Fennel Seeds To Lose Weight Burn Body Fat

 

According to the book, ‘Healing Spices’ by Dr. Bharat Aggarwal, researchers from the University of Minnesota studied 18 obese people, dividing them into three groups: breakfast, one group took four grams of fenugreek fibre powder with orange juice, second group took eight grams, and the third didn’t take any. Between breakfast and lunch, the group taking eight grams of powder had a greater feeling of fullness, felt more satisfied, and felt less hungry. They ended up eating 10 percent fewer calories for lunch.

Here Are Some More Reasons That Make Fennel The Ideal Spice To Lose Weight:

  1. Fennel is a rich source of fibre, which helps you stay fuller for longer, further preventing you from cravings and overeating. This leads to lesser calorie consumption, resulting in weight loss.
  2. Consuming fennel seeds may help reduce fat storage by improving nutrient absorption in the body.
  3. Saunf has diuretic properties; therefore, drinking fennel tea can help increase urine flow and remove toxins from the body, which in turn, may contribute to weight loss.
  4. Fennel seeds are responsible for kick-starting your metabolism. A healthy metabolism is the key to losing weight in a healthy way.
  5. Saunf contains a plethora of antioxidants like phosphorus, selenium, zinc, manganese, choline, beta-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, all of which are known to protect your body against free radicals that are known to cause oxidative stress. Oxidative stress in the body can lead to obesity and diabetes like conditions.
  6. The volatile oils like estragole, fenchone and anethole present in fennel seeds help kick-start digestion by promoting the production of gastric enzymes. A good digestive system is the key to lose weight, the healthy way.

How To Use Fennel Seeds (Saunf) To Lose Weight

Fennel tea and fennel seed water are two beverages you can enjoy drinking while on a weight loss journey. Here’s how you can prepare them at home.

Fennel water

All you need to do is take one or two teaspoons of fennel seeds and add them in a glassful of water and leave it overnight. Drink it first thing in the morning.

Fennel tea

Take one teaspoon of fennel seeds and add them in hot water. Make sure you do not boil them as boiling may kill most of its nutrients. Cover and let is rest for about 10 minutes and then drink it three times a day. You will get a light yellow infusion.

Enjoy the goodness of fennel seeds and lose weight in a healthy way. Don’t forget to complement it with a healthy diet and exercise.

 





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Fans Burn, Smash Freebies Over Dropped Scenes From Vijay’s Sarkar


Vijay fans lashed out at the ruling AIADMK for their objection.

Chennai: 

Video clips of Tamil actor Vijay’s fans recreating a snipped scene from his controversial movie ‘Sarkar’, throwing away freebies, including table fans, of the AIADMK government and setting them ablaze, went viral on the social media on Saturday.

Some young men, claiming to be Vijay’s supporters, uploaded on social media videos of them dumping the fan, mixie and grinder in open spaces and pits and setting them ablaze.

By doing so, they recreated a scene from ‘Sarkar’ which was voluntarily cut by the movie-makers following objection from the AIADMK.

The ‘fans’ also spoke in support of their idol’s movie and lashed out at the ruling AIADMK for their objection.

Vijay’s Deepavali flick ‘Sarkar’ kicked up a row with the ruling AIADMK objecting to scenes that showed freebies being thrown into the fire.

Also, the ruling party had objected to a woman character’s name, which, it said, was a purported reference to late chief minister J Jayalalithaa.

The issue heated up after supporters of the ruling party allegedly tore up banners of ‘Sarkar’ and began targeting movie halls that screened the movie.

Eventually, the movie-makers offered a truce and went in for voluntary cuts of the freebies-trashing scene and muted an objectionable name.

The AIADMK has, however, denied allegation that their party workers tore ‘Sarkar’ banners.

Supporters of Dravidian ideology actively opposed ‘demonetisation’ of freebies in the social media since these were intended to help the marginalised people.

Notably, the main opposition party DMK, which has been targeting the AIADMK government on all issues, refrained from commenting on the row that involved the movie-makers, Vijay’s fans and the ruling party.

On Thursday, the AIADMK was up in arms against ‘Sarkar’ with senior state ministers demanding deletion of the contentious scenes, besides threatening to initiate legal action if the film crew failed to comply.

Law Minister C Ve Shanmugham had said certain scenes amounted to inciting violence and warned of ‘action’.

The AIADMK took strong exception to scenes showing mixer-grinders and fans being burnt,seen as an obvious affront to its flagship scheme of providing these goods free of cost to the people, fulfilling an electoral promise made by Jayalalithaa in 2011.

‘Sarkar’ had earlier courted a row after an aspiring filmmaker claimed that the film’s story was his, following which director Murugadoss went in for a compromise with him.

Produced by Sun Pictures, the film stars Vijay and Keerthi Suresh in key roles with Oscar winner AR Rahman scoring the music.

Vijay’s 2017 film ‘Mersal’ too had courted controversy after BJP objected to some scenes critical of GST, among others.





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If Ram temple is built in Ayodhya, Congress will burn a lamp in it: Bhupinder Singh Hooda


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