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  1. Nurse claimed that when she turned away from doctor in bid to not let him take pictures of her, he started violently beating and slapping her
  2. Before we sat in one of these app-powered vehicles which are convenient to book through your phone, we had the luxury of travelling in autorickshaws, welcoming the wind blowing through our hair, with an ounce of dust powdering our face at the same time. Yes, autos were a mere blessing for most of us who'd commute to distances which weren't plausible to make with any other form of public transport, before Olas and Ubers took over that landscape. Even now, auto's are quite agile in getting us from A-Z but because of cab companies making things a little easier for most commuters, people don't really hail autos as much as they used to. Which obviously gives the auto driver the need to hike prices and obviously treat the rickshaw meter like a showpiece. © BCCL Apart from that, another new trend has slowly been setting in at metropolitan cities where autos are largely driven: The auto bhaiya's dismissal on making a particular journey. If the destination you utter to him doesn't suit the distance he wants to cover, then he says 'no', very nonchalantly might I add, and carries on, leaving the commuter in quite a pickle. Yes, that's been happening, especially in cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru and hence, it was time for the police to intervene in the same. To stop auto rickshaw drivers from saying a blatant 'no' to their passengers, the Bengaluru cops dressed as civilians and hailed autos, all across the city. The crackdown happened because way too many people were complaining about being ripped off by the autowalahs and denied rides. Earlier this week, 250 traffic cops, dressed as civilians, pretended to be passengers, seeking rides from auto drivers. They obviously caught the auto drivers red handed, breaking rules such as denying the passenger a ride, or charging them extra despite the fact that its mandated to drive the vehicle on fare, by meter, according to the law. © BCCL The cops managed to catch almost 5,200 drivers and collected penalties which went as high as Rs 8 lakhs. Out of the ones who were caught, 1,575 were booked for refusing to take the passenger, 1,346 were caught for overcharging and more than 2,000 were caught for driving without a driver's license or having improper documents. There is a reason why people have switched to other modes of transport like cabs and buses because auto drivers are known to fleece people now. An auto fare sometimes sums up to, or is more than a cab fare and that really shouldn't be the case, since autos don't offer the kind of luxury cabs do, to passengers. The cops had taken a similar initiative back in July in Bengaluru, where around 9,000 auto drivers were caught red-handed breaking the rules. “These drives are important. Because of some auto drivers who over charge, all auto drivers get a bad name and people prefer Uber/Ola cabs instead of autos. This results in less business for us,” Narayan Swamy, President of Adarsh Auto Driver Union in Bengaluru, told a popular Indian publication. © BCCL If there are more crackdowns in other cities in India, of how autos operate then we are sure taking an auto will be a lot more convenient without the drivers denying anyone a ride. So, here's hoping Delhi and Mumbai are next in line and we can have faith in our autorickshaws once again. View the full article
  3. The insane wait to watch the final season of 'Game Of Thrones' is about to end in a week's time when we finally witness some crazy action. Naturally the premiere has happened and the cast is pretty active on social media, contributing to the buzz around the digital premiere. Over the weekend, the good folks at 'SNL' got Kit Harington to host the night and needless to say, it was just as we expected. The best part, however, was the cast members, especially Emilia Clarke budging in and asking for spoilers, which Kit extensively refused to reveal. Adding to humour was the Night King himself asking if they could be friends and Kit's real life wife who had some fun questions to ask as well. Kit is ððð revealing how @GameofThrones ends. #SNL pic.twitter.com/cVyUmFbsGT — Saturday Night Live - SNL (@nbcsnl) April 7, 2019 Now isn't that a big tease because as the days go by, all we want is for 15th April to arrive soon so we can finally get some visual action. Until then, this was the best pre-watch for sure!
  4. Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's wedding became national news last year, and even a glimpse of their wedding photographs sent the entire nation into a frenzy. And now, 2019 seems to have started no differently for the couple, what with Ranveer's mega success making the transition to 2019 utterly memorable for the newly-weds. The pair doesn't seem to be able to stay away from the limelight for long, and lately, they made headlines for coming forward and declaring loud and proud, that neither of them will be changing their surnames post marriage. © Instagram In this case, the newly-wed couple was met with the same fate as any other Indian couple. That is, as soon as two people decide to tie the knot, the raging question that arises is, whether the woman will change her surname post marriage. Deepika shared a similar fate, and ever since her wedding in November last year, gossip columns were populated with artfully written pieces speculating if Deepika Padukone will thenceforth be known as Deepika Padukone Singh, Deepika Padukone Bhavnani or some such other variant. © Instagram But as we have already gathered from an HT report, neither Deepika nor Ranveer have any plans of changing their surnames, much against popular buzz doing the rounds. Calling her own comment in an interview, about Ranveer changing his surname pose marriage, a “candid joke”, Deepika further added that, “It's not true. In fact, after that interview, I realised that it's a conversation Ranveer and I've never even had. So, we haven't been like, 'oh, do you think you should change your surname?'” © Instagram She went on to explain that the question about changing her surname came as a surprise since she and Ranveer had never considered it important enough to discuss it. “It has never crossed either of our minds. When I was asked about it, I was like, 'oh, we haven't even thought about it'. Maybe because it's not important. Also, I've worked extremely hard to create my own identity and so has he. So, my question is, why would he have to do that?”, said the 'Padmaavat' star. At this point, I would prompt you to re-read that last statement by Deepika once more. I would have preferred to highlight that bit with a highlighting pen for you, if it was possible. But you get the point. I simply wish to draw your attention to the keywords here - “not important”, “own identity” and “why”. © Instagram And I have the same question, why is it expected from a woman to change her surname once she becomes someone's legally wedded wife? Also, why is it so that a man is seen as a submissive or less powerful when his wife decides to stick to her maiden name after getting married? Why do we as a society wish to meddle with others' personal choice to change or not change their surnames, so as to just carry forward medieval societal “norms and traditions” that secure patriarchal egos and position? © Instagram Changing the surname is often seen as a symbol equivalent of belonging to a community, family or household. Needless to say, the 9th-century 'Doctrine of Coverture' played a role in altering people's mindset in this regard, since such a practice was unheard of before then. But again, this is the 21st century and surely, we ought to leave behind such malpractices in our past and look at women as an independent, fully-functioning individual who is more than someone's wife, mother and daughter-in-law. © Instagram Why do we want to work ourselves up with this need to maintain that a woman must always “belong” to someone? That she needs to be labelled, which would then act as her marker should she get mixed up/misplaced in a country with a population spilling onto the 2 billion mark? Why do we as a society treat it as our birthright to overlook the identity a woman creates and maintains before she decides to get married and share the same with another human being, who also happens to have a 'unique identity' of his own? This is not to say that women who 'choose' to take on their husband's surname after getting married are bartering their identity, or furthering senseless patriarchal norms. Like anybody else, even they have the right to consciously and freely choose for themselves, regardless of the motivation behind it. So my point is, just like Deepika pointed out in her comments, that all of us, both men and women work very hard all our lives to create our own identities that are attached to our personal achievements and histories. And I believe it is utterly unfair for anyone to expect that a woman or a man should change that identity attached to their names, for any reason whatsoever. What do you guys have to say about this? Let us know in the comments section below!
  5. Croatia's Nikola Kalinic. Photo: ReutersROSHCHINO, RUSSIA: Croatia striker Nikola Kalinic has been sent home from the World Cup after refusing to come on as a substitute in the team?s opening game against Nigeria, coach Zlatko Dalic said on...
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  7. FAISALABAD: Geo News on Thursday obtained the closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of a murder of young woman earlier this week on the city's Sargodha Road over her refusal to marry her attacker.According to the first information report (FIR)...
  8. Teachers cannot refuse to perform election duties, Election Commissioner Sindh Yousaf Khattak saidKARACHI: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Saturday warned that it will take action against those Karachi University teachers who refuse to...
  9. Akshay Kumar is undoubtedly one of the most versatile and hardworking actors in Bollywood. From doing cheesy romantic movies where he is fighting for his love to taking up socially relevant and hard-hitting movies, Akshay Kumar has done it all. Akshay is one of those few actors who took the risk of doing movies like 'Jolly LLB 2', 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' and 'Padman' and turned them into the biggest blockbusters, while creating awareness among people about social issues like menstrual hygiene and open defecation. This time around, Akshay has taken up another challenging movie, 'Kesari', which focuses on the Battle of Saragarhi. We are already impressed with his look of Havildar Ishar Singh. © Twitter Now, we just got another reason to respect him even more for his dedication towards his movies that he refused to leave despite suffering injuries. Reportedly, Akshay is currently shooting in Wai in Satara district, and while performing an intense action sequence, he injured his ribs. Akshay was advised to take rest and despite several suggestions to go back to Mumbai, he decided to stay back in Wai, although there was a chopper on standby. Stunt coordinator Lawrence Woodward, who has choreographed action scenes for movies like 'Mad Max: Fury Road', is training Akshay in sword fighting and hand-to-hand combat. Even at the age of 50, Akshay is performing his own stunts and refused to go back after getting injured. If this doesn't make you respect his dedication towards his movies, we wonder what will! © Twitter Since, the actors make these action scenes look like child's play, we never realize how hard they work for it and how much they have to go through while performing the stunts. Last year, 55-year-old actor Tom Cruise also got badly injured while shooting for 'Mission: Impossible Fallout'. 'Kesari' is a period film based on the Saragarhi battle of 1897, fought between 21 Sikh soldiers of the British Indian Army and nearly 10,000 Afghan Orakzai tribesmen. 'Kesari', which will hit the theatres in 2019, is directed by Anurag Singh and also stars Parineeti Chopra.
  10. A family was attacked for refusing to hand over their two daughters as Vani during a jirga session in Rahim Yar Khan Sunday morning, sources told Geo News. Photo: fileRAHIM YAR KHAN: A family was attacked for refusing to hand over their two...
  11. Mujahid, 45, was arrested after he threw acid at his cousin for rejecting his marriage proposal. Photo: Geo News GUJRAT: A man threw acid on a woman at her residence in Gujrat after she rejected his marriage proposal.The 45-year-old accused,...
  12. A brother and sister were killed after unidentified men opened fire on them in Karachi?s Sachal Goth area early Tuesday morning. Photo: file KARACHI: A brother and sister were killed after unidentified men opened fire on them in Karachi?s Sachal Goth area early Tuesday morning. According to police, the siblings were killed for refusing a marriage proposal. The unidentified men entered the house in Bilawal Shah Colony and opened fire on them. The deceased have been identified as 30-year-old Awal Sher and 25-year-old Taj Bibi, said SSP Rao Anwar, adding that they hailed from Mohmand Agency, said the police. On November 10, a girl was allegedly burned alive by a man for rejecting his marriage proposal in Mandi Bahauddin, police officials said. Girl burnt for refusing marriage proposal in Mandi Bahauddin Doctors have informed that 60% of the survivor's total body surface area has been burned In her statement to the police, the girl who is in her mid-twenties, said that following her rejection of the marriage proposal, Tassawur (the suspect) took her to his home by deception. On reaching the residence, the suspect tied her hands and legs, and then set her on fire. The neighbours immediately rushed to the site of the incident and doused the fire after hearing the desperate calls for help. The girl was shifted to Aziz Bhatti Hospital Gujrat for immediate medical treatment. Doctors have informed that the survivor sustained 60% of the burn injuries. The law enforcement authorities have arrested the suspect and have started investigations on the case.
  13. The survivor is being treated for her injuries at Aziz Bhatti Hospital Gujrat. Photo: Geo News MANDI BAHAUDDIN: Another shameful case of gender-based violence in the country has come to the limelight as a girl was allegedly burned alive by a man for rejecting his marriage proposal in Mandi Bahauddin on Friday, police officials said. In her statement to the police, the girl who is in her mid-twenties, said that following her rejection of the marriage proposal, Tassawur (the suspect) took her to his home by deception. On reaching the residence, the suspect tied her hands and legs, and then set her on fire. The neighbors immediately rushed to the site of the incident and doused the fire after hearing the desperate calls for help. The girl was shifted to Aziz Bhatti Hospital Gujrat for immediate medical treatment. Doctors have informed that the survivor sustained 60% of the burn injuries. The law enforcement authorities have arrested the suspect and have started investigations on the case. Despite a number of laws passed in the national and respective provincial assemblies of the country, it appears that the laws have not deterred violence against women. Recently in Karachi, a teenage couple in Karachi, accused of violating the Pashtun ?code of honour? killed with electric shocks. The murders executed by family members on the orders of a jirga of elders of the Mohmand tribe. First to fall prey to misconstrued notions of honour was the 15-year-old girl. By the next sunrise, the 17-year-old boy too was no more. Over the next few days, their bodies simply disappeared, buried in the dark of night. There was no mourning, no last rites and no prayers for the departed. According to the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, in the ongoing year there have been as many as 37 reported cases of women, who were set on fire for rejecting marriage proposals. Meanwhile, Pakistan ranked second worst country in the world for gender equality for a second year in a row by The World Economic Forum?s global gender gap report in 2016. Pakistan stood at a dismal 143 with a 0.556 score. The country ranked just above Yemen among 144 countries.
  14. SHEIKHUPURA: A landlady cut the hand of a 13-year-old boy for refusing to feed the cattle in the Wahiwala village. Muhammad Irfan used to work for Chauhdry Shafqat Bibi at Rs3,000 per month. According to the boy’s mother, around 10 days back, the boy, starving, had refused to feed the animals. On this Shafqat Bibi got enraged and put his hand on in a fodder-cutting machine. The boy was immediately rushed to the hospital but the doctors were unable to fix his hand. Irfan’s family said that they went to file a First Information Report (FIR) but the police kept delaying it. An FIR was finally registered after 10 days on court order, but by then Shafqat Bibi had already obtained a pre-arrest bail.
  15. Palestinian leaders on Wednesday denounced Israel´s refusal to negotiate with Palestinians on hunger strike in Israeli jails, warning of a "new intifada" if any of them die. Some 1,500 Palestinian prisoners have joined the hunger strike that began Monday, according to Issa Qaraqe, head of detainees´ affairs for the Palestinian Authority. Contacted by AFP, Israel´s prison service declined to comment on the number. The hunger strike has been led by prominent prisoner and popular Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti, who is serving five life sentences over his role in the second Palestinian intifada, or uprising. The prisoners have made a range of demands, from better medical care to access to telephones. Some 6,500 Palestinians are currently detained by Israel for a range of offences and alleged crimes. Around 500 are held under administrative detention, which allows for imprisonment without charge. Palestinian prisoners have mounted repeated hunger strikes, but rarely on such a scale. Qaraqe said the strike followed months of attempts at negotiations with Israeli authorities. "If their demands are not met, more prisoners will join the strike," he said. "We have asked the international community and the UN to intervene immediately." He added that if prisoners die, "that could lead to a new intifada." Israeli officials have vowed not to negotiate with the hunger strikers, with Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan on Tuesday calling them "terrorists and incarcerated murderers." Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked said that authorities "would not hesitate to implement the law which authorises the force-feeding of detainees". The controversial law passed in 2015 concerns hunger strikers whose life is deemed in danger. Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said he wanted to take the approach of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, who publicly refused to accede to the demands of IRA hunger strikers in 1981, 10 of whom died. Qaraqe accused Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, of "incitement" against the prisoners. Shawan Jabarin of Palestinian rights group Al-Haq said invoking the force-feeding law would be "tantamount to torture." Barghouti is popular among Palestinians, with polls suggesting he could win the Palestinian presidency. While many Palestinians view him as a hero, Israelis point to the bloody suicide attacks of the second intifada of 2000-2005 and his role in the uprising. He was convicted of attacks that killed five people, though declined to defend himself and did not recognise the court´s legitimacy. For Palestinians, the prisons have become a stark symbol of Israel´s occupation. Some 850,000 Palestinians have been incarcerated since the start of Israel´s occupation 50 years ago, Palestinian leaders say.
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