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Monday, October 17, 2011

Bangalore No 1 in suicides, suicides around the country

-- Hospitral says suicide, Family alleges murder A 21 year old employee of a chembur hospital who was found unconsciouson wednesday 12th Oct 2011, evening died on Thursday .Trtaces of a potentially fatal chemical were found in her stomach. While authorities at the Mangal Anand hospital where Diana Sahoo worked as an assistant in the pathological lab, say she committed suicide, her family allege foul play. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 hang selves Deccan Herald 2011-10-05: Bangalore, Oct 4, DHNS: Wednesday, October 05, 2011 --> Three persons, including two homemakers, allegedly committed suicide in separate incidents in the City. A bank employee was found dead, hanging from the ceiling fan at his house in JP Nagar on Sunday. The dead identified as Abhishek Sharma (27), was a native of Chhattisgarh. He was residing in Bangalore for the past one year. The incident came to light when Sharma did not respond to telephone calls made by his family members. His family members asked a few of his friends in the City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Inter student sets herself ablaze The Siasat Daily 2011-10-03: Hyderabad, October 03: Despite a series of appeals from political leaders, suicides for Telangana cause are continuing. An 18-year-old Intermediate student immolated herself for the separate state cause at her house in Hayatnagar. The victim was identified as D Bhavani, an Intermediate first year student of Navodaya Junior College in Nagole. According to police, Bhavani, who was an active participant in Telangana movement,... more » ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Housewife commit suicide DNA India 2011-10-01: A thirty-year-old housewife, identified as Deepmala Singh, committed suicide by hanging herself at her residence in Malad (west) after her husband and in-laws allegedly demanded Rs1 crore from her father to buy a new flat. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 17 year old jumps into the Ganga The Times of India 2011-10-02: PATNA: Exam-related stress claimed yet another life with a Class XII student of a city school jumping into the Ganga from the Gandhi Setu on Saturday afternoon. An engineering aspirant Abhishek Kumar, 17, was son of vet Dr Ganaur Rai who is also a member of a milk cooperative ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 19 year old found dead near Sanjay Gandhi National Park Indian Express 2011-10-02: The body of a 19-year-old boy, who was missing for the past 10 days, was found inside the Sanjay Gandhi National Park on Sunday. The remains of the boy's body were found near the lake -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Elderly woman and nephew found dead Indian Express 2011-10-11: An elderly woman and her nephew were found dead in a house in Pathanwadi in the Bhendi Bazaar area on Monday after their neighbours called the police complaining of a foul smell emanating from the house. Both deceased — Fehmida Shaikh, aged 57. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Two young cousins found dead under mysterious circumstances The Hindu 2011-10-11: Two young cousins were found dead under mysterious circumstances in Rohini here on Sunday night. The police said on Monday that they are probing all possibilities. The tragedy came to light around 9 p.m. when a passer-by noticed a man lying unconscious near a car parked close to the local police station ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The dark side of Bangalore Shining: It’s No.1 in suicides in country Moribund congress - By KiranCongress has taken v... - By BhartiRe : oh yea! - By RamanGujrat-bhatt - By P V NamjoshiGujarat sanjjev bhat... - By P V NamjoshiDelay in bail - By MayankSanjeev bhatt - By Sudhir Chopra Earlier this week, Baldev ‘Baldy’ Singh, 58, a distinguished test pilot and a director with Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, hanged himself on the outskirts of Bangalore. A few weeks ago, a 24-year old MBA student, Malini Murmu, killed herself in her IIM-Bangalore hostel. Both cases made national headlines. But in Bangalore, hundreds of lesser-known suicide cases are catalogued in police records. According to the National Crime Records Bureau’s (NCRB) chief statistical officer Akhilesh Kumar, for many years Bangalore has been India’s number one city in suicides. The data for 2010, as yet unreleased, reinforces that India’s Silicon City is also its Suicide Capital. In 2009, Bangalore recorded 2,167 suicides versus 1,051 in teeming Mumbai, and 1,215 in the more-populous Delhi city. Data published by the NCRB shows that Bangalore is also number one in suicide rate (suicides per 100,000 population), a trend that the big city shares with smaller towns like Jabalpur, Rajkot and Coimbatore. Ads by Google 1Crore Life Cover - L I C Get 1Crore security @ Rs.818* pm & Save Your Family From Any Mishapwww.PolicyBazaar.comReal Story About 2G Scam Only 22% of Companies Chargesheeted By CBI, Who are the rest ? Perfect CV Format. The Format Accepted by all MNC's. Just Fill the Dr N Satish Chandra, the director of NIMHANS, blames it on rapid socio-cultural changes in the face of furious development. Bangalore is a city of wannabe achievers who want the maximum, he says. “It is a city where failure is not an option.” Every Tuesday afternoon, counsellor Anita Gracias becomes “Anu” and works the suicide helpline at SAHAI. “Bangalore has a large population pouring in from every remote corner to study and work. They ask, ‘Who do I trust?’ Where can I make a genuine friend?’.” Many callers at the helpline, she adds, dial in to ask about the most painless form of suicide. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mother sets daughter on fire,kills self Deccan Herald 2011-10-16: Bangalore, Oct 16, DHNS: Monday, October 17, 2011 --> A 34-year-old mother of two set her youngest daughter on fire before setting herself ablaze in the bathroom of her house in Banashankari on Sunday afternoon. Deepa (34) whose husband Prasad is a structural engineer poured kerosene from a plastic bottle on her seven-year-old daughter Mukta and set her ablaze around 2.30 pm. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Depressed woman, son commit suicide TNN Oct 15, 2011, 07.15AM IST BANGALORE: A 65-year-old woman and her 35-year-old son allegedly committed suicide by hanging themselves from a ceiling fan in their house in Central Public Works Department (CPWD) quarters in Domlur on Wednesday night. Before taking the extreme step, G Ambika and son R Srinivasan stuck a note on their front door with a message scribbled in English: "If anyone wishes to see us, they may break open the door." ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Man ends life, family claim he was forced to become homosexual Indian Express 2011-10-02: Family members of a 24-year-old homosexual Malvani resident, who killed himself on Saturday, have alleged that his partner, with whom he shared the house, had forced him to alter his lifestyle. The police have registered a case of suicide. Mahesh Soni had appeared on Rakhi Ka.Swayamvar --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Techie in trouble as wife ends life The Times of India 2011-10-12: BANGALORE: Twenty-four-year-old H S Mamatha, who went to her native Sringeri in Chikmagalur district following alleged harassment by her husband, returned to her marital house here 10 days ago after neighbours bothered her with queries. Late on Monday.. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Another youth ends life for Telangana The Siasat Daily 2011-10-09: Hyderabad, October 09: Yet another youngster has ended his life for the cause of separate Telangana . Katti Kumar (25), a car driver and resident of Kongara Kalan village in Ibrahimpatnam mandal. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Man hangs self for Telangana The Siasat Daily 2011-10-08: Hyderabad, October 08: An elderly person hanged himself to death in Saroornagar mandal on Thursday evening leaving behind a suicide note stating that his last rites should be performed by a Telangana supporter. The deceased, V Rama Sharma.. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Happy couple commits suicide The Times of India 2011-10-07: PANAJI: A young couple working in the IT industry committed suicide by hanging themselves at their residence in Merces, just outside Panaji. The decomposed bodies were found by Old Goa police on Thursday night after neighbours complained of a foul smell emerging from the flat. Police suspect the couple-Anand, 39 and Deepa Ranthidevan, 36-from South India. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Suicide screening should be part of hospital procedure, panel says Inpatient suicides are the second-most frequently reported safety lapse and often occur in medical and surgical units. By Kevin B. O'Reilly, amednews staff. Posted Dec. 8, 2010. Suicides frequently occur beyond psychiatric wards and hospitals should do more to screen patients for suicidality and prevent them from harming themselves, the Joint Commission said in a Sentinel Event Alert issued in November. Hospitals have reported 827 inpatient suicides to the commission since 1995, the most frequent sentinel event reported after wrong-site surgery. The commission defines a sentinel event as "an unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical or psychological injury" in the health care setting. The commission, which accredits more than 18,000 hospitals and other health care organizations, issued an alert on suicides in 1998 but noted in its follow-up alert that nearly a quarter of reported suicides happened outside the behavioral health units of hospitals. Nearly 15% of suicides reported to the commission occurred in medical or surgical units, while 8% happened in emergency departments and about 2.5% occurred in long-term-care hospitals or other settings. "It is evident from the number of incidents reported that general hospitals must take action to prevent patient suicides," said Mark R. Chassin, MD, MPH, president of the commission. The alert notes that there are many long-term risk factors for suicide, such as a family history of suicide, chronic pain, poor prognosis, unemployment and personal relationship problems. Warning signs of an imminent suicide attempt include anxiety, panic, lost interest in treatment or prognosis and refusal to eat, the commission said. Hospitals should screen all patients for suicide risk and depression as part of the inpatient admission process using age-appropriate assessment tools, the alert says. For patients determined to be at higher risk for suicide, hospitals should: The commission already requires hospitals to take suicide prevention measures for patients with emotional or behavioral disorders.

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