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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Student hangs self at Mira rd flat,teenage maid, lesbian couple found dead, Vodafone vice president commits suicide, Mumbai Mirror, DNA, HT, TOI

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Decomposed body found in Mira Road flat

28-yr-old call centre employee died at least three days ago; neighbours say she hardly interacted with them

Ram Parmar

Posted On Monday, January 17, 2011 at 04:41:50 AM

For at least three days, she lay dead in her house in Mira Road without any of her neighbours knowing about it.


The body of 28-year-old call centre employee Uma Shatrughan Chandani was found hanging from the ceiling of her home at Gaurav City Apartment late on Saturday afternoon.

It was only after a foul stench of the decomposing corpse emanated from her locked apartment that her neighbours informed the police.

The entrance to the building in which the deceased, Uma Chandani (above right) lived
“We broke open the door to find her body hanging from the ceiling of the hall,” said a police officer. “Chandani worked for a call centre in Mumbai and lived alone, her neighbours have told us.”

The police said that Chandani kept to herself and hardly interacted with neighbours. She never participated in any cultural function organised in the housing society, her neighbours said.

“We have not found any suicide note. She seems to have died at least three days ago,” said a senior official of Mira Road police station. “The body has been sent for a post-mortem and its report is awaited.”

The police have registered a case of accidental death and investigations are on
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Principal ends life due to physical harassement

PTI

Posted On Friday, January 28, 2011 at 09:19:05 AM



The principal of a private college committed suicide allegedly after the director of the institution physically harassed her.

The incident occurred on Wednesday after Principal of St Xavier College Sabina Khatoon, 37 set herself ablaze in the Shahganj area here, police said. In her suicide note, Khatoon alleged physical harassment by the college director Randhir Kumar, who is now absconding.




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Teenage maid jumps to death from 8th floor

Mumbai Mirror Bureau

Posted On Tuesday, February 15, 2011 at 06:09:47 AM

A 19-year-old housemaid allegedly committed suicide by jumping off from the eighth floor of the building in Sumer Society, Andheri (W) where she was employed. The police have not found any suicide note from the house where she worked.



According to the Versova police, the incident took place around 6 pm on Monday.

The victim Pragati Surve started working as a fulltime maid in the house of Devang Gandhi.

On Monday, Surve, a resident of Santa Cruz slums reportedly told the said that she was going out for some work and would return shortly. But instead she went towards the balcony of the eight floor flat and jumped off.

Police said that the watchman of the building heard a loud thud and saw Surve lying in a pool of blood. The Versova police have registered a case of accidental death and are investigating the matter.

A senior police official said that they are clueless about the motive behind the suicide but are recording the statements of the employer and the victim’s family


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Lesbian couple found dead in Bengal village; cops say it’s suicide

Jayatri Nag

Posted On Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 03:23:11 AM

Two girls, believed to a lesbian couple, killed themselves by consuming pesticide in a village in West Bengal’s East Midnapore district on Sunday night.



Though the police have recovered a suicide note in which the girls have cited social pressure as the reason behind the step a CPM leader has said that there is suspicion that they were murdered.

The bodies of Swapna Mondol (23) and Sujata Mondol (19), who were cousins, were found in a paddy field in Sonachura village, Nandigram, on Monday. The two entered into a relationship more than two years ago.

A CPM leader alleges the two women were murdered

When villagers came to know about this, they held two kangaroo courts, which ordered the girls to stay away from each other.

Swapna and Sujata’s families also tried their best to separate them. Swapna’s father, Achintya Mondal, gave a written assurance that the two would not meet or maintain any contact. Sujata’s father married her off to a construction engineer.

“Sujata, however, stayed in touch with Swapna. Recently, she came to Nandigram after her husband left for a tour. After dinner yesterday (Sunday), the two girls went to a field and consumed poison,” said Haldia SDPO Salil Ganguly.

A suicide note has been recovered from them. “The note says they chose death because they could not be united owing to social pressure,” he said.



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Student hangs self at home
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A class 10 student committed suicide by hanging self in their flat in Jay Vijay Nagar in Mira Road, police said. The deceased has been identified as Zainab Aslam Shaikh (15).

She was a student of Don Bosco school. Police said, she was under depression.

Sangita Kulshreshtha, neighbour of Zainab, said, she was very brilliant in studies and always scored more than 90 percent marks in her exams. Only a day before Zainab told her that, she scored more than 90 percent in prelims and wanted to score over 95 percent in the Board exams.
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Student hangs self in Mira Road flat
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A 14-year-old SSC student of a Mira Road school committed suicide by hanging in her residence at Jai Vijay Nagar in Mira Road. The police said Zainab Shaikh’s mother went to wake her up on Tuesday morning. But when she did not get any response after knocking several times
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on the door of her room, she alerted the neighbours. They broke open the door to find her body hanging.

Shaikh, a SSC student of Don Bosco School in Mira Road, was to appear for her Urdu paper, which was the first exam paper, on Tuesday.

Shaikh was rushed to a hospital where she was declared dead on admission.

The police was informed about the incident and they have registered a case of accidental death, as they do not suspect any foul play. Shaikh has not left behind any suicide note.

“Based on the statement given by Shaikh’s mother, we have figured that she was under tremendous pressure due to the examination. She had also told her mother that she was not prepared for the Urdu paper. This could be reason behind the suicide,” said Anil Gopal, police sub-inspector.

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