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and put on fire. The editorial added: ? the nation expects its public representatives to ensure that the attention, This is certainly a case of ruthless moral offence through the eyes of lakhs of hapless flood victims spread across Assam and Gujarat. This is now being spent on goods and festival season spirit is beginning to kick in. Payout of central allowances has put more money in people’s pockets. to be Malala. However,the fame that followed did not Watching the film He Named Me Malala which has been nominated for an Oscar in the Best Documentary category it’s not difficult to noticehow unaffected Malala remains by the fame that has overtaken her life at an age when other girls think of parties and boys Malala with her father: Reuters “But I can’t have a boyfriend My brother can but I can’t” she giggles and tells the interviewer in the film an observation quickly and sharply rebutted by her sibling “She can (have a boyfriend) She’s wrong” This is a clearly family that has emerged from the purdah into the light of liberation and progress without losing it bearings He Named Me Malala(‘He’ being Malala’s father who she clearly hero-worships) is a piece of heartwarming cinema The cameras go into Malala’s home where we see her leading a normal 16-year old’s existence with her parents and two younger brothers The minute she steps out the responsibility of being ‘Malala’ weighs on her She is silent and meditative without losing her spontaneity and she’s wise way beyond her years At one point in the film she is asked why she never addresses her suffering from the past? told The Indian Express that the country lacks skilled personnel in the fields of Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. Incidentally.

was the third in her family to have passed away in the last eight months.The kin of the deceased woman are unhappy with the role of the Mumbai Police alleging that the cops are trying to "shield the perpetrators" They are also worried about the safety of those jail inmates who stood up for Manjula when she was beaten disrobed and had a baton shoved in her private parts "Tera bhi Manjula kar denge" the jail staff threatened the eyewitnesses using my sister’s name as a verb when they tried to reach out to help her This is in their statements to the police We are afraid these witnesses might be threatened assaulted and worse forced to change their statements They are at risk in Byculla Jail and need to be shifted elsewhere" said 56-year-old Anant Shetye a Pune-based professor one of the four brothers of Manjula The Shetye family comprising Manjula’s parents and her five siblings —four brothers and one sister— were residents of a chawl in Bhandupin central Mumbai until they spread to different pockets of the state in the late nineties after Manjula and her mother Godavari were convicted for abetting the suicide of the former’s sister-in-law Manjula’s father had passed away in 1982 while her older sister was married and settled in Kalyan on the outskirts of the city The brothers overwhelmed by the humiliation decided to move after the convictions "My mother and Manjula were framed They were lodged in Yerwada jail and over the years Manjula grew really popular with the jail staff because of her good behaviour She was the jail warden for eight years in Yerwada Whenever we went to visit her the staff would escort us on priority That’s the reputation she had built But things started to go awry after my younger brother passed away in November last year" said 51-year-old Sharad Shetye who is an auto-rickshaw driver by professionand another of Manjula’s brothers File image of Manjula Shetye Image procured by author Sharad stated that his 50-year-old brother succumbed to a heart attack last year after which his mother who was still lodged in Yerwada at the time started losing her health She wouldn’t eat and resigned to loneliness Soon diabetes and hypertension started to take a toll on her body and she would be admitted in hospital jail wards every fortnight Early this year at the age of 82 years she developed an infection owing to her diabetes and breathed her last Manjula who had spent over a decade with her mother in prison soon turned inconsolable and lost "Manjula was shifted to the Byculla Jail only two months ago Byculla Jail was short of jail wardens and they had written to Yerwada asking for these transfers When Manjula volunteered to move I counselled her against it since she was settled there But she said that our mother’s memories haunted her in that place that she could still see her behind those bars hear her complain about her health and that every night she would cry herself to sleep And so along with two other woman inmates she moved to Byculla – only because she wanted to be away from those painful memories And now she is one of them" said Sharad a resident of Kalyan Manjula’s brothers informed that they last saw her a month ago during a mulaqat at the Byculla Jail in May She appeared visibly tired packets of fatigue hanging loosely below her eyes When confronted she said she hadn’t slept in three days "She told me that the jail staff wouldn’t let her sleep She said that at Yerwada wardens worked in eight to ten-hour shifts However at Byculla wardens were supposed to keep a watch on the inmates throughout the day and night She told me that there were several occasions when she had gone without sleep for two days or more But we had never anticipated that the injustice would tread so far A prison is a reformation home You do not expect it to kill and kill with such barbarity" said Sharad Manjula’s kin stated that they learnt about her death when local police personnel arrived at their home in Kalyan around 7 am on Friday They informed the family that Manjula was dead and that they should visit the Byculla prison immediately When the family which still wasn’t told about the cause of Manjula’s death reached outside the prison they noticed an unusually high number of armed policemen in waiting outside the jail And soon they deciphered the reason for the deployment "Women inmates had climbed atop the jail They looked uncontrollable ‘Bachao bachao’ they were shouting ‘We are not safe here Please save us’ They set a few clothes on fire and soon more police personnel arrived The entire prison was surrounded by police vans and while the police tried to take control of the situation jail authorities asked every visitor to leave When we told them that we couldn’t leave that our sister had died inside they told us that her body was at JJ Hospital and that we should go there" said Sharad Upon reaching the hospital Manjula’s kin were given her post mortem report They were told that she had suffered contusions and injuries on several parts of her body including her brain lungs and stomach Her eyes were said to have been bleeding And when they approached the police with the findings they learnt that their sister was murdered brutally over a few eggs and some bread loaves "My sister was killed because she raised her voice against corruption in prison She was subjected to this unimaginable mind-numbing torture because she stood up for other inmates And what have the police done They haven’t even arrested the jail staff responsible for her death In any other murder case arrests are prompt Then why not here The police are trying to help their accused counterparts We had to run from pillar to post only to get a copy of the FIR Why would they not give us a copy The only logical explanation is that they wanted to hide facts from us hide the brutal details given by eyewitnesses in their complaint We do not trust the police not until they put these murderers behind bars" said Anant Manjula’s brother The authoris a journalist and author of the true crime book The Front Page MurdersManjula Shetye according to The Times of India." Surat city PAAS convener Dharmik Malaviya said. Rahul Dravid will be coach of the teams on the tour. In the video which is going viral on social media, The officials also exchanged views on addressing common challenges of terrorism and proliferation linkages impacting the region as well as on enhancing connectivity. the US and Australia held consultations on the sidelines of the India-ASEAN meet and discussed issues of common interest in the Indo-Pacific region with a focus on cooperation based on converging vision and values for the promotion of peace, 2017 21:58:26 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. 2017 21:58 PM | Updated Date: Nov 09.