Sasikumar Bora, who was chatting with his friends last night, left for his room and was found hanging this morning.
‘Know Your Police’ sessions to create awareness among teens; dangers of deadly Blue Whale Challenge: Coimbatore City police
Even as the Coimbatore City police are creating awareness among youngsters about the dangers of the Blue Whale Challenge, a ‘Know Your Police’ session on Thursday drew attention to the fact that many
Death of a 19-year-old opens a can of worms after his smart phone gives cops access to a 75-members-strong WhatsApp group of gamers who could be hooked to the challenge
A 19-year-old boy from the district has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself inside his house on Wednesday evening, as a task of completing the last challenge of the game.
In view of concerns about the ‘Blue Whale’ challenge, an online game, the Greater Chennai Police have urged parents to monitor the social media activities of their children.
According to sources, Parth, a student of class VII, studying in a prestigious public school at Maudhaha, Hamirpur, was the only son of his parents.
An engineering student was stopped from killing himself in West Bengal after his college authorities alerted the CID about his involvement in the dangerous online game.
A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar also issued a notice to the Centre and the Delhi Police asking them to inform about the steps they have taken in this regard.
The infamous Internet game has administrators assigning dangerous tasks to players, including self-inflicting wounds on the body during a 50-day period.
Psychologists say parents can play key role in stopping their kids from seeking out such games
The Blue Whale challenge is reportedly a suicide game in which the player is given certain tasks to complete for a period of 50 days and the final task leads to suicide.
Primary investigations suggest that the Class VII student had been playing the Blue Whale game on his father’s cellphone for the last few days.