Gandhi’s criticism of the poll panel comes at a time when his party, the BJP, is facing attack from the Opposition for allegedly ‘pressurising’ the EC not to declare elections to the Gujarat Assembly.
Lack of counselling and highly stressful routine push youths to take their own lives
She was allegedly upset after she had an argument with her mother over studies
It had also come to light during investigation that the accused in the contract marriage, Sikander and Ghausia, had reportedly also married off their own daughter to an Arab Sheikh.
In a major breakthrough, the Hyderabad police have busted a racket of trafficking women from the state to Gulf countries in the name of marriage.
The little institutional support rendered to the Rohingyas is available only to those with UNHRC cards.
KTR, a minister in the Telangana Cabinet, on Monday took cognisance into the matter of an 11-year-old having been made to stand inside the boys' toilet as a punishment for not wearing proper uniform.
The girl was made to stand in the boys toilet inspite of her having an excuse note about why she didn't wear proper uniform by her mother.
The University of Hyderabad too would be holding a candle light vigil to protest the killing.
While it is evident that lives of Rohingya Muslims are at risk in Myanmar, TS police will soon start its screening process to deport them
The prime accused and his younger brother had come to Hyderabad to fulfill their carnal desires on the pretext of marriage and planned to fly back to Dubai,
Cyberabad police who arrested a marriage broker from Hyderabad for luring innocent women into contract marriage with Arab sheikhs, suspect that broker Mohammed Shafi is into human trafficking.
Additional inspector T Murali Krishna said the woman told police that her daughter, who is now in Muscat, called her up some days ago and said that her husband was ill-treating her.
According to media reports, the Class 8 student was married to a 65-year-old sheikh, Ahmed, from Oman three months ago for Rs 5 lakh.
Psychologists say parents can play key role in stopping their kids from seeking out such games