In a shocking incident amid the rising number of suicide cases, a 23-year-old B.tech student allegedly hanged himself to death, at his Shahdara residence. Police registered a case and conducted initial investigation, which revealed that the student was stressed and depressed since the past few months. He was also taking medication for the same. Meanwhile, the IIT management asked students to seek council support, and expressed grief.
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Syeda Lulu Minhaj Zaidi, a native of Telangana, was found starving and helpless on the streets of Chicago, USA. She went to USA for her master's at TRINE University in Detroit, Chicago. Things were fine, but for the past two months, she lost contact with her family, after her belonging, certificates and other documents were stolen and fell into depression. Syeda's mother urged the interference of government to bring her daughter.
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The Jammu & Kashmir Police recovered a personal diary of domestic helper, who is alleged of the murder of Director General of Prison (DGP) Hemant Lohia. As per police, the suspected murderer Yasir Ahmed (23) was said to be depressed mind fixated on death. His diary is filled of notes, songs and quotes, indicating his depressed mind with an intent of death. A case has been registered and investigation underway.
In West Bengal's Nadia district, two bodies, one of a 34-year-old man Subhadip Mandal and his mother Anju Mandal (65) were found hanging. The suspicious dead bodies were found at their home in Kalyani's B-10 area on September 13, confirmed police on the next day. Notably, after inspecting the area, the police found a suicide note stating no one is responsible for the death. Police launched an investigation
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Kshitij, a 25-year-old Delhi man, allegedly murdered his mother and used a deodorant spray to suppress the smell of her decomposing body. Reportedly, he had strangled her and cut her throat. Three days after the incident, Kshitij took his own life. A 77-page suicide note has been recovered, which revealed that Kshitij was going through depression due to unemployment. Also, he wanted to “set his mother free”, read the note.
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A man in Delhi’s Tilak’s Nagar has died by way of suicide, as he jumped in front of a metro train, and gave his life. Initially, he was rushed to Deen Dayal Upadhyay hospital as he sustained serious injuries. However, he was declared dead in the hospital. Reportedly, the man has been identified as Satish Malhotra, a 65-year-old resident of Ashok Nagar, who ran a spare parts shop.
Depressed over less work, another model cum actress Manjushree Niyogi died of suicide in Kolkata, on night of May 26. The family of the deceased said, "she didn’t have much work in hand and also after her friend Bidisha died she said that she will also commit suicide and yesterday she did what she said by hanging herself." Notably, this is Niyogi's second suicide attempt in the past one-year.
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Bodies of a mother and her two daughters have been found at a flat in Delhi's Vasant Vihar, on May 21. After seeing all the doors and windows having been locked from the inside, police suspect a case of suicide. Also, a 'smoke chamber' (Angithi) was found, which is suspected to have caused them suffocation. Kamla (house-help), said that after the death of their father, they've been in depression.
Regularly exercising can primarily reduce the effects of long COVID-induced Diabetes & Depression, revealed a study. Exercises can be used to "break the chain reaction of inflammation that leads to high blood sugar levels, and then to the development or progression of type 2 diabetes,'' stated a researcher. Notably, around 1 million people in Los Angeles suffer from COVID-induced illnesses.
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As per research, The Covid-19 pandemic has increased mental health issues globally. In addition, the trauma caused by the pandemic may continue for a generation. "There's definitely a huge mental health impact that left people very isolated and not sure how to connect'', stated a researcher. The pandemic led people to confront issues in their life that they'd been able to avoid before, like alcoholism, loneliness, and relationship issues.
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