- Nikesh Ghag, 46, a computer operator with the Bank of Maharashtra in Mumbai, was arrested on Saturday for choking his wife Nirmala, 40, to death after she served him a salty sabudana khichdi (sago hotchpotch) for breakfast.
- Their 12-year-old son witnessed the murder that occurred at their home in Bhayandar East, Mira Bhayandar, at around 9 a.m. last Friday.
- The man, who has high blood pressure, strangled his wife with his bare hands before using a nylon rope to end her life. He reportedly fled the scene after the incident.
- The boy immediately ran to his maternal uncle, Prabhakar Gurav, and grandmother to report the incident. Gurav rushed Nirmala to the Pandit Bhimsen Joshi Civic Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
- Ghag turned himself in to the authorities the following day at the Navghar police station. He told the police that he found the food salty, and the fight escalated after arguing with Nirmala.
- “We have arrested Ghag for murder under Section 302 of the IPC and when produced before the Thane court, the accused has been remanded to police custody,” authorities said.
An Indian man suffering from high blood pressure turned himself in a day after allegedly choking his wife to death for serving him salty food.
The incident occurred at the couple’s home in Bhayandar East, Mira Bhayandar, India, at around 9 a.m. last Friday.
- Netflix Philippines released a trailer for the streaming platform’s upcoming “Midnight Asia” docuseries, which explores the vibrant underground nightlife of six “megacities”.
- The six-episode series features the intimate stories of various city dwellers who highlight the unique subcultures spanning across the continent.
- ‘Midnight Asia’ is slated for a Jan. 20, 2022 release date.
The trailer for Netflix’s upcoming docuseries ‘Midnight Asia: Eat. Dance. Dream.’ was released on Dec. 23, giving audiences a sneak peek at the rich nightlife of six major Asian metropolises.
The series was previously announced by the streaming platform on Dec. 14 in a statement written by Original Documentary Programming Manager Aloke Devichand. It aims to feature the cities’ different food, drink and music scenes, as well as the “night owls who shine in the dark,” on the basis that nighttime highlights the cities’ most “playful” sides.
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The flight, which was traveling from Mumbai to Jaipur, had to return shortly after oxygen masks were deployed.
Torrential rains in South Asia gave way to a monster flood which have already claimed the lives of over 1,000 people.
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India’s Minister of Road Transport, Highways and Shipping, Nitin Gadkari, announced he wants to build a structure to surpass the tallest skyscraper in the world, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa. However, the announcement is now sparking outrage online.
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