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A 20-year-old woman, gang-raped and tortured by four men in Uttar Pradesh's Hathras two weeks ago, died yesterday morning at a hospital in Delhi. The woman had suffered multiple fractures, paralysis and a deep gash in her tongue in the savage assault compared by many to the 2012 Nirbhaya gang-rape.
All four attackers, upper caste men from the woman's village, The woman was attacked on September 14 at her village in Hathras, some 200 km from Delhi. In her statement to the police, she said she was dragged by her dupatta into the fields from a spot where she had been cutting grass with her mother and brother.
"My mother, sister and elder brother had gone to a field to get some grass. My brother went home earlier with a large bundle of grass, while my mother and sister continued to cut them. The women were a little far from each other. Four-five people came from behind, threw my sister's dupatta around her neck and dragged her inside the bajra field," the woman's brother told . When the family searched, they found her in the fields, naked and bleeding, with horrific injuries
The UP police is under scrutiny over alleged lapses throughout the case. They initially registered an attempted murder case but added rape charges only after the woman's formal statement.
A senior cop suddenly declared yesterday that the woman's allegations of rape were not confirmed. "The medical examination did not reveal anything related to rape. We have asked for a forensic report. We have sent the samples to the Forensic Science Laboratory in Agra and are awaiting a report , it will be available soon," said Aligarh Inspector General of Police, Piyush Mordia.
the body of the Dalit woman UP cops & officials forcing kin to cremate body overnight. Family begged that let us at least take the girl home one last time. Village people came in front of the ambulance, saying “we will not let you burn our girl forcibly
victim burnt against her family’s will. Police locked family members & l inside the house & forcibly burnt the body. Family couldn’t even see their daughter for one last time.
we need take a time & we need to think about this ;
In India, if you are a Dalit woman upper-caste men can rape and kill you, police can lock up your family and burn your body at night.The perpetrators should be treated the same way
they treated that poor girl. These demons cannot be treated like humans.
Justice delayed is justice denied. My heart goes out to her family. Imagine
their pain ? , Shame on all those who shield people who commit such crimes and all those who cover it up. To deny an already broken & grieving family their daughters last rites is barbaric. Humanity is dead
VALUE OF EDUCATION
When I was studying, I wondered what is education? why do we need it? what is the importance of education? what is an education in early life?
What is education?
The act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.
What is the importance of education?
Every human being needs oxygen to survive in the world. Education is as important as this because education gives people the knowledge and skills they require. Education is important to people of all ages and it has no limit.
Children require education for them to learn how to speak and to write. Students in higher education levels require knowledge to gain valuable information regarding what they are studying. Managers in companies require education to improve them in decision making and adapting to the changing environment. One cannot say that they do not need any further education no matter how smart they are because the quality of education is always improving.
Education in early life
Starting in about 3500 B.C., various writing systems developed in ancient civilizations around the world.
In Egypt, fully developed hieroglyphs were in use at Abydos as early as 3400 B.C. The oldest known alphabet was developed in central Egypt around 2000 B.C. from a hieroglyphic prototype. One hieroglyphic script was used on stone monuments, other cursive scripts were used for writing in ink on papyrus, a flexible, paper-like material, made from the stems of reeds that grow in marshes and beside rivers such as the River Nile. The Phoenician writing system was adapted from the Proto-Canaanite script in around the 11th century BC, which in turn borrowed ideas from Egyptian hieroglyphics. This script was adapted by the Greeks. A variant of the early Greek alphabet gave rise to the Etruscan alphabet, and its descendants, such as the Latin alphabet. Other descendants from the Greek alphabet include the Cyrillic script, used to write Russian, among others. The teacher(guru) won't come to the school or our house to teach us, we have to go to his house or gurukulam and do the work that the teacher(guru) says and also study what he teaches, it is almost like the residential school.
Top 9 reason why education is important
For a happy and stable life.
Makes you self dependent.
Turns your dreams into reality.
Makes the world a safer and more peaceful place.
Makes you confident.
For economic growth of the nation.
nowadays education is used for getting jobs and earn money. Even education is also a business.
In this lockdown, we are using many devices for education. We spend our day with the device for learning. Before the lockdown also we had many apps online for education, in this time the number of apps has increased, like BYJU'S, VEDANTU
and many more apps have come online and there also we are spending our money. We have many ways to learn, online is not only a platform to learn.
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The best way to prevent and slow down transmission is be well informed about the COVID-19 virus, the disease it causes and how it spreads. Protect yourself and others from infection by washing your hands or using an alcohol based rub frequently and not touching your face.
The COVID-19 virus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes, so it’s important that you also practice respiratory etiquette (for example, by coughing into a flexed elbow).
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Seeking action against Brahmins association members who are making threatening calls
V. Ranganathan, (9047400485)
Priest Trained Student Association - Tamil Nadu,
No.128, Gokulam House, Arasamara Street,
Thiruvannamalai City & Circle,
District Superintendent of Police
Office of the Superintendent of Police,
Venkikal Village & Post,
Subject: Seeking action against Brahmins association members who are making threatening calls
I live at the above address. We joined the priest training course held by the Tamil Nadu government under “All Caste People Can Become Priest Policy” at six training school. Out of 240 persons joined the course, 207 completed it. Madurai Meenakshi Temple priests have filed a case in the Supreme Court against the employing government trained priests in the temples. We formed an association in 2009 to implead in that case and on behalf of our association I was elected as president. I have been the President of the Association for the last 11 years. Our association’s motto was to seek the appointment of all the trained priests in the temples following agama sastras as we believe non-Brahmins can also perform poojas as a priest in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. But Brahmins were preventing the entry of the non-Brahmins, Tamil and Women saying that it would defile the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. The Brahmins are outraged if we demand all those who have completed the proper training, irrespective of caste, become priests in government-controlled temples. Brahmins continue to hold the caste stigma of being superior by birth and others inferior.
That is why we are constantly campaigning on social media like Facebook and WhatsApp to reopen all the caste priest training schools that have been closed down by the government and to appoint trained priests in the big temples. In the meantime, on 01-07-2020, the Government of Tamil Nadu appointed Thiagarajan, one of the trained priest, as a priest in the Siddhi Ganesha Temple, Pudukottai, Nagamalai, Madurai District.
Since then we have been making demands that the government should appoint all the remaining trained students in the temples. We continue to promote it on Facebook and WhatsApp. Some people who can't stand it are constantly intimidating me on the phone. On 24-07-2020 at 8.55 am, a person from the Tamil Nadu Andhanar Sangam spoke on the phone number 9597187410. He asked me many questions and spoke disrespectfully to me.
Then one hour later someone else from phone number 7548815221 called me saying that he was from Brahmins Association. Without saying his name, he said to me “You cannot become a priest in Agama temples. You can be a priest in temples that do not follow agama, no matter what you do you can not even pluck a hair. Be careful.” He threatened, “See what you become.” Then on 26-07-2020 at around 5 pm a person who introduced himself as the former Trichy District Secretary for BJP Migrant Workers Protection spoke to me for more than half an hour from the number 9566626765 in a threatening tone. He asked me to join the poosari association and survive. In this way, I continue to receive death threats as we are seeking an appointment for our students at the temple following Agam rules.
This is not the first time that a Brahmin or at their instigation someone intimidating or attacking.
While we were studying at the Archakar Paadasalai in Thiruvannamalai, the teacher who taught us Agamam was attacked. They negotiated with me when we formed the association. When I did not budge, they attacked me in 2011. Today I am speaking on behalf of all the students in the press and television on the demand that all caste people should become priests.
I am therefore afraid that I may be attacked by Brahmins.
So, sir, I request you to call and interrogate those who are threatening to kill me and to give protection to my life and property.
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