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Demonstrations against ‘Paedophilia’ instincts in Bengaluru

The demonstration was in wake of a brutal rape of the three-year-old girl, dumped in a six feet deep pit to die by the accused

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Heinous act of violence against a three year old girl in Bengaluru, Source: Wikimedia Commons

Bengaluru, Feb 28, 2016: A peaceful demonstration against paedophilia instincts near the HAL police stated was staged by the huge number of people, including parents also demanding quick action by police relating to the matter. The demonstration was in wake of a brutal rape of the three-year-old girl, dumped in a six feet deep pit to die by the accused.

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The parents and children were observed wearing black and holding a placard as a mark of protest. Some policemen were also seen joining them with unanimity. The Police Commissioner also gave the consent to child’s safety, “assured strict action against accused”, he tweeted.

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The accused was arrested on February 18, under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 (Posco). Not only the criminal but also the school has been booked under Posco for playing negligence on their part and failing to report the offence.

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The Chief Minister have asked the Police Commissioner to investigate deeply into the matter and respective child abuse reporting. “Education & Women & Child Dev Depts must ensure strict implementation of Child Protection Policy in schools. Time for a public info campaign”, he said in another tweet.

-prepared by Naina Mishra. Twitter-@Nainamishr94

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Riders in Bengaluru Forget Belongings The Most in Uber

The most forgetful days in 2018 were September 1, June 9, and July 15

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Bengaluru has become the most forgetful city for the third time in a row as most users from the city forgot their personal belongings in Uber vehicles, the ride-hailing giant said on Wednesday.

According to the third edition of “Uber Lost & Found Index”, Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad followed the list, with phones and cameras being the most forgotten items in Uber cabs.

“The ‘most outrageous’ items Uber users forgot in the vehicles were aluminium storage shelves, gold chains, baby prams, milk sachets, live fish and yoga mats,” the company said in a statement.

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Photo shows an exterior view of the headquarters of Uber in San Francisco. (VOA)

The most common days of the week to report items as “lost” in Uber cars are Saturday and Sunday while people are most likely to forget an item between 1 p.m.-3 p.m., the company added.

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Riders didn’t just leave the usual stuff; even an ukulele and bunch of bananas have been reported as lost.

The most forgetful days in 2018 were September 1, June 9, and July 15. (IANS)