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Drugged Gujarat man uses adhesive instead of condom during sex; dies

Lack of knowledge and trying out unproven experiments could sometimes turn fatal. A similar incident happened in Gujarat, when a man used adhesive instead of a condom during sexual intercourse.
Salman Mirza, a resident of Fatehwadi, Ahmedabad, was allegedly under the influence of drugs, when he checked into a hotel with his fiance to have sex. After realising that he had no protection, he used epoxy adhesive for intercourse instead.
Reportedly, one of Mirzas friends found him unconscious near the shrubs of the hotel. Mirza was rushed to the hospital but his condition had gone worse till then as the chemicals in the adhesive had damaged his organs.
He passed away sometime after reaching the hospital. According to reports, he died of multiple organ failure.
The viscera samples of the deceased have been sent for forensic examination. We are waiting for the report to arrive, Premsukh Delu, DCP, told the Times of India.
As per officials, Mirza and his partner were under the influence of drugs when they decided to have sex. Mirza used the adhesive to close his genitals to avoid pregnancy.
Mirza was the only bread earner of his family. He left behind his mother, father and two young sisters.

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Pune police arrest man for using wife’s Aadhaar card to check into hotel with girlfriend

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Pune police have arrested a Gujarat-based businessman for using his wife’s Aadhaar card to check into a hotel in Pune with his girlfriend. The police acted after a complaint by his wife. A police official informed that a case was registered against the businessman at Hinjewadi police station in Pune on Tuesday (February 1).

As per the police, the man’s wife who stays in Gujarat and is a director in his company, suspected her husband of having an affair. A police official said: “The wife had fitted a GPS tracker in her husband’s SUV. In November last year, when he told her about his business trip to Bengaluru, she checked his location and found that the car was at a Pune hotel.

When the wife contacted the hotel, the staff informed her that the man had checked in with his wife. On further enquiry, the real wife found out that her husband had checked into the hotel with another woman (posing as his wife), using the real wife’s Aadhaar card. The wife later lodged a complaint with the police.

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Ghosts exist; I got rid of evil spirits through chants, claims IIT Mandi director

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A statement by the newly-appointed IIT Mandi director Laxmidhar Behera claiming that ghosts exists and that he has gotten ‘rid of evil spirits’ through chants has sparked a controversy.

In a five minute YouTube video clip, which has now been made private, Behera recounts how he had travelled to Chennai in 1993 to help a friend who was in distress as his family was ‘affected by ghosts.’ In the video, he is heard saying that he had started ‘practising the thoughts and wisdom in the Bhagavad Gita’ along with chanting the Hare Rama Hare Krishna? mantra and had decided to help his friend to ‘demonstrate the potency of the holy name.’

Recalling the incident, Behera added in the clip: “So I took two of my friends and reached at 7 pm. He was in a research scholar apartment. After 10-15 minutes of loud chanting we suddenly saw his father, who was a very short person, absolutely old, barely able to walk, and suddenly his hand and leg washe was creating such a ghastly dance and his head is almost touching the roof. You could feel that he is being completely devoured by the evil spirit.”

Behera also claimed that the mother and wife of the friend were later ‘possessed by the evil spirit.’ It took them around 45 minutes to an hour of loud chanting to ward off the ‘evil spirit.’

When The Indian Express asked Behera about the video, he said, “I narrated what I said. Ghosts exist, yes.” while adding that modern science cannot explain a lot of occurrences or events.

As per reports, Behera was previously a professor at IIT Kanpur in the Department of Electrical Engineering. His specialisations include robotics and artificial intelligence. He has completed 30 projects, has 307 publications, and 2,612 citations. He was earlier heading the Intelligent Systems and Control Laboratory at IIT Kanpur. He has been associated with IIT Kanpur since 2001, before which he was associated with BITS-Pilani and REC-Rourkela.

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A video of an old man creating ruckus at the Chhatarpur District Hospital in Madhya Pradesh has gone viral on social media. In the video, the old man can be seen doing crazy things, even as hospital staff and other people tried to control him.

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