In a shocking incident, a man is booked for allegedly raping his pregnant daughter-in-law in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar. The woman was pregnant when the incident occurred. The husband refused to keep the woman with him after he came to know about the incident. He claimed that after being raped by his father the woman has now become his mother. The victim has registered a case and an investigation is underway.
In a heart-wrenching incident at Thane Municipal Corporation's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital in Kalwa, five patients tragically lost their lives within a span of just one day. The tragic event was defaced by accusations of negligence in treatment, sparking a wave of chaos as grieving relatives voiced their anger.
In a shocking incident, a bride gave birth to a baby girl just a day after her wedding. The woman from Secunderabad married a man from Greater Noida on June 26. However, on the night of their wedding, the woman complained of stomach ache and was confirmed of being pregnant. Later, she delivered a baby girl. Notably, the bride's family knew about her pregnancy but still got her married.
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Higher levels of lithium in household tap water used for drinking by pregnant mothers could affect an important molecular pathway involved in neurodevelopment and autism, increasing the chances of offsprings developing autism spectrum disorder, according to scientists.In the future, they said, human activities such as growing use of lithium battery and disposal in landfills potentially causing groundwater contamination could step up lithium… read-more
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CCTV footage showing a security guard kicking a pregnant woman is going viral, gaining criticism and lash from netizens of India. Happened in Pakistan's Gulistan-e-Johar outside an apartment building, a security guard brutally harassed and assaulted a woman, which triggered an outrage. Furthermore, the police arrested the security guard and gave the necessary medical treatment to the woman, who was found lying unconscious outside the… read-more
Amid heavy downpour in the southern state of Kerala, officials have rescued three pregnant women who were stranded in a forest. Reportedly, the women got stranded after heavy rains started to lash the region. One woman gave birth to her baby in the forest, as she refused to go to the hospital. The other two women are six to seven months pregnant.
Supriya Verma (31), a pregnant school teacher, was stabbed to death by unidentified assailants in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya, on June 1. Reportedly, the incident occurred when her husband and her mother had gone to bank, leaving her alone in the house. Upon their return, Supriya was found soaked in blood. Reportedly, the doctors declared her "brought dead". A case has been registered and investigation is underway.
In Mumbai's Kurla, an eight-month pregnant woman was allegedly strangled to death by a 22-year-old man, on April 28. The victim, identified as Komal Sanjay Sonkar (20) was found dead at her residence, and the foetus also died in her womb, reported PTI. Arjun Sonkar, the victim's cousin, has been arrested and booked under IPC section 302 and 316. The reason for the murder is yet to be ascertained.
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In Chhattisgarh's Dantewada district, security personnel carried a pregnant woman who needed medical attention to a hospital, on April 19. Since the roads in the area were allegedly damaged due to naxals, ambulances are reportedly inoperable in the area. Reportedly, when the family members were carrying the woman in a makeshift cot, the District Reserve Guard Force personnel who were conducting an anti-naxal operation, decided to help.
The DCW has issued a notice to the SBI for stopping a three-month pregnant woman from joining work. Swati Maliwal, the chairperson of the commission, termed the rule as 'discriminatory and illegal'. The panel asked SBI to explain the process of formation of guidelines and, provide names of officials who approved them. The decision is contrary to maternity benefits provided under the Code of Social Security, 2020, stated the commission.
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