Movie reviews: Vodka Diaries

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Debutant director Kushal Srivastava opens the film on a promising note. An absolute normal cop talks about life, poetry and murders in the same breath with his assistant. It’s a mature take on human relationships. Nobody shows extra interest in anything. Life keeps moving at its own pace. here.

The film opens with ACP Ashwini Dixit (Menon) schmoozing with pretty wife (Bedi), over glasses-being-clinked and poetry-being-read-out. Then the bodies start piling up, and you wonder just what the scenarist was after: one is strung up, high in the trees; another kind-of-buried-under-snow, yet another… you get the picture. here.

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Man beats wife, toddler son to death in front of six-year-old

In a brutal murder, a 36-year-old man killed his wife and one-and-a-half year old son with a brick and to ensure the duo was dead, he stabbed them too.

The gruesome double murder was witnessed by the couple's elder son who is six years old. The accused is still absconding.

The incident took place on Monday night in the slum area of west Delhi's Jahangirpuri G Block. The matter came to light on Tuesday morning when the couple's elder son morning informed a neighbour.

His statement has been recorded and accordingly a crime sequence was established.

According to police, accused Om Prakash works as a painter.

It has been learnt that Prakash was under the influence of alcohol and killed his wife-Sunita and the infant child-Anil when both were asleep.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Northwest) Aslam Khan said the bodies bore multiple injuries and were recovered from the first floor of the house.

A relative of the victim told police that the couple used to fight over petty issues.

On Monday night, they had dinner with other family members after which an argument ensued. The matter was, however, resolved and the couple went to sleep with their two sons on the first floor of the house. In the morning, Shobha and Anil were found dead," said the relative.

The bodies have been sent for post-mortem. The elder son told police he saw his father beating up his mother and younger brother.

We have taken the statement from the elder son but the reason and the exact sequence of the incident will be clear once his father is arrested," Khan said.

Prakash married Shobha 10 years ago.

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2 ‘robbers’ beaten dead in Narayanganj

2 ‘robbers’ beaten dead in Narayanganj

Two youths, believed to be robbers, were beaten dead at Narayanganj’s Bandar upazila early today.

The identities of the deceased could not be known, but they were aged around 25-28, our local correspondent reports.

Abul Kalam, officer-in-charge (OC) of Bandar Police Station, said some 10-12 masked robbers attacked the house of one Rafique Munshi in Musapur union around 3:00am.

Locals gave a chase and managed to catch two of them and beat them dead, he said. Six villagers were also injured during the chasing, the police official said.

The bodies have been sent to Narayanganj General Hospital morgue, he added.

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10 Ways The Dead Can Help The Living After They Are Gone

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10 Ways The Dead Can Help The Living After They Are Gone10 Ways The Dead Can Help The Living After They Are Gone

Since the dawn of mankind, we have always had a healthy respect for the dead. We worshiped them and buried them with jewels and gold. We built mausoleums and designed headstones so that our memories of the deceased would never fade. We memorialized them in paintings and statues—anything to keep our loved ones with us […]

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‘Rohingyas want security, rights ensured before return’

‘Rohingyas want security, rights ensured before return’

security forces want to see a positive development including citizenship, security, and scope for enjoying their basic rights before they return to their country from Bangladesh, the UNHCR said recently.

said that “some refugees have also asked for reassurances about UNHCR’s involvement in the process.

Around 655,000 Rohingya refugees, of whom children make up approximately 58 percent (379,900), according to Unicef, have sought safety in various camps in Bangladesh since August 25 when violence began in Myanmar.

Meanwhile, a total of USD 71. 2 million was received which is 85% of the request (USD 83. 7 million) from donor international bodies and countries as an initial emergency response, the UNHCR said.

On 23 November 2017, the governments of Myanmar and Bangladesh signed a bilateral ‘arrangement’ on the return of refugees to Myanmar. Joint Working Group (JWG) consisting of government representatives from Myanmar and Bangladesh was subsequently formed on 19 December 2018.

The JWG is tasked to develop a specific instrument on the physical arrangement for the repatriation of returnees.

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