Four teenagers, including two minor boys, from a fishing hamlet off ECR, who filmed young boys indulging in homosexual act, and posted it online, were arrested by the city police. Copyright , Daily Thanthi. Powered by Vishwak. Share Tweet Comments.
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A woman assistant professor arrested months ago for alleged attempt to sexually exploit girl students now faces the serious charge of trafficking, police have apprised the Madras High Court. The probe revealed that the woman, Nirmala Devi, conspired with two other men, Murugan and Karuppusamy, who are also accused in the case, to deceive and seduce girl students for sexual exploitation, the CB-CID police told the court. If convicted for trafficking more than one person, it is punishable with rigorous imprisonment for a minimum of 10 years and could extend to life imprisonment as per IPC 3 read with 1 , a charge now Nirmala Devi faces. The infamous sleaze episode allegedly involving the college professor became sensational in Tamil Nadu when it unfolded in April. Lavanya submitted that based on the confession of the accused Nirmala Devi during the investigation and statement of witnesses, it was found that two others namely Murugan and Karuppasamy were involved in this case. Lavanya, who is the investigation officer in the case, further submitted that with the assistance of cybercrime cell, the call data records CDR of Nirmala Devi, Karuppasamy and Murugan were obtained from the Mobile Service Providers.
Caught off-guard by the lockdown, sex workers in the state find that they not only have to struggle through limited resources but also fight age-old prejudice. Photo EPS. CHENNAI: To eradicate the highly contagious coronavirus, government and private agencies have been giving their blood, sweat and grime to not only provide healthcare options but also shelter and food to the marginalised sections of our society. Function halls have been converted into shelters for the homeless and dry rations have been provided to those who rely on daily wages to put food on their plates. Despite the effort, certain sections of our society slip through the cracks. Like any other unorganised sector dependent on everyday work and transient income, sex workers too were caught off guard at the sudden implementation of the lockdown. Without much savings to their name, staying afloat through the workless period has turned out to be quite a gruelling challenge. This was only made worse by the fact that hardly any help comes their way. Take the provision of dry rations, for instance.
The report was referring to a 15 day festival in parts of Tamil Nadu, which concluded on Tuesday, where local goddesses are worshipped and seven young girls are chosen by the community to stay in the temple. We have not found any case of abuse and our officials are monitoring the functions. We have asked them to cover the girls with a shawl. But campaigners said that in the name of tradition, hundreds of girls between the ages of seven and 10 years are made to stay in the temple premises during the festivities. These girls, or Mathammas as they are referred to in parts of Tamil Nadu, are then forbidden to marry and must earn their living by dancing at the temples. In some cases young girls being initiated into the practice have to be bare-chested with only garlands and jewels covering them, while in others they are made to carry pots of liquor as part of the celebrations, child rights campaigners added. We have documented many cases during our research. Visit www. Not sure why NDTV is still carrying this article, while so many had said that this is fake!! What nonsensical article this is.