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Monday, June 6, 2016

Suicides of People in high profile jobs(CEO's, IT sector,Entrepreneurs,builders etc)

Two Techie Suicides Within a Week, Is Stress Pushing Them to the Brink?

Published: 08th March 2016 06:02 AM
Last Updated: 08th March 2016 06:02 AM
HYDERABAD:  Is it the pressure of ‘having it all’ that is taking a toll on IT professionals in the city? With two incidents of techies committing suicide reported in the last one week from the Gachibowli IT Corridor, questions are being raised on what’s going wrong. While some dismiss the case pointing towards the huge population of techies who have made Hitec city their home, some others do not shy away from admitting that techies owing to their peculiar work culture and lifestyle often fall prey to acute depression.
Speaking about the two latest cases, Gachibowli police inspector J Ramesh Kumar says that it is family issues that drive individuals to end their lives. According to him, a major chunk of the IT professionals are those who join companies straight after finishing graduation and fumble at the first sight of a problem.
“The reasons can be as bizarre as possible. In one of the cases, an IT employee had committed suicide because her sister asked her to put a lid on her injudicious talking habits as the sister believed it did not suit a woman. The techie couldn’t take it and ended life,” said the inspector.
Seconding the argument, Bharini Kumar Aroll, secretary of Society for Cyberabad Security Council, pointed out that most techies are alien to local culture, and language. “Many of them have no friends to share their problems.
Not Suicide but Stress related

SAP India head dies after heart attack

Mini Tejaswi Joseph & Reeba Zachariah | TNN | Oct 22, 2009, 01.27 AM IST
BANGALORE/MUMBAI: Ranjan Das, CEO and MD of SAP for the Indian subcontinent region, died after a massive cardiac arrest in Mumbai on Wednesday. It is learnt that he collapsed at his home in Raheja Bay, Bandra, after returning from the building's in-house gym on Wednesday morning. He was rushed to Lilavati Hospital.

The funeral will be held on Thursday afternoon. The 42-year-old Das was the youngest CEO of a multinational corporation in the country.

The Most High Profile Executive Suicides Of Recent Years

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News emerged last week linking a Deloittepartner's suicide to the Standard Chartered scandal.
Daniel Pirron had reportedly warned his daughters of "big trouble" ahead related to accusations that Deloitte had helped Standard Chartered hide shady transactions from regulators.
Sadly, Pirron's suicide is not unique.
In recent years, several high-profile executives plagued by scandal have killed themselves or attempted suicide, from ex-Enron executive J. Clifford Baxter to Mark Madoff, the son of the most infamous Ponzi schemer since Ponzi himself.

The Most High Profile Executive Suicides Of Recent Years

Mark MadoffMark Madoff
News emerged last week linking a Deloittepartner's suicide to the Standard Chartered scandal.
Daniel Pirron had reportedly warned his daughters of "big trouble" ahead related to accusations that Deloitte had helped Standard Chartered hide shady transactions from regulators.
Sadly, Pirron's suicide is not unique.
In recent years, several high-profile executives plagued by scandal have killed themselves or attempted suicide, from ex-Enron executive J. Clifford Baxter to Mark Madoff, the son of the most infamous Ponzi schemer since Ponzi himself.

Suicide Among Bankers Appears To Be On The Rise Again As Pressures To Get Banks And Businesses Back In The Black Takes Its Toll




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