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OMG! Newly wed bride cuts off husband penis (VIEWER DISCRETION)

by Temitope Onitiju

A woman, who is newly wedded, has cut off the penis of her husband with while he was asleep.

The incident occurred in the couple’s house in Giridipalli village, Odisha, in India.

According to the Police, the young couple got into a quarrel at night, and at around 2 am, the wife got up and hacked off her husband’s genitals.

The screaming man was rushed to the local government hospital in Nayagarh, where he was given treatment.

The local police is currently investigating the matter.


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Angry mob cut off rapist’s penis with meat cleaver (VIEWER DISCRETION)

by Kolapo Olapoju

An Indian man had his penis cut off with a meat cleaver by a vigilante group, after attempting to rape a teenage girl.

The 40-year-old rapist, Suresh Kumar, was beaten with sticks for about an hour before his genitals was cut off.

The incident occurred in the city of Ganganagar, where Kumar was left bleeding as his penis and testicles lay on the road next to him.

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An eyewitness, Aamir Dhawan, who was at the scene, said people were reluctant to help the rapist, after seeing that his private parts had been cut off.

He said, “No one went to help the man because they could see his penis on the ground and knew this was punishment for a sex crime. We have had a lot of intolerable offences against women in this country recently, with girls being raped, hung, and molested, and it’s time it stopped. This sends out a very strong message to anyone like that – if you do it you will be punished.”

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The police, has however, urged those responsible for the castration to come forward and submit themselves for prosecution.

A police spokesman said, “People cannot take the law into your own hands. As deplorable as these crimes are, law and order has to be maintained, and not lynch justice. We ask those men who carried out this attack to hand themselves in before we find them.”


Malala Yousafzai becomes the youngest ever winner of Nobel peace prize

by Kolapo Olapoju


Malala Yousafzai, the 17-year-old Pakistani education campaigner has been announced as the joint winner of the 2014 Nobel peace prize.

Malala became a global personality after she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in 2012, in Pakistan after coming to prominence for her campaigning for education for girls.

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She becomes the youngest ever winner of the prize, which she shares with Kailash Satyarthi, an Indian children’s rights activist, who has been at the forefront of Indian movement against child labour.

The pair were named winner of the $1.11m(N182,650,500) prize by the chairman of the Nobel committee, former Prime minister of Norway, Thorbjoern Jagland on the morning of Friday, 10 October.


Nigeria set to dethrone India as leading exporter of students to UK schools

Kolapo Olapoju

Based on recent research compiled by the British Council, Nigeria will soon overtake India to become the second biggest source of international postgraduate students in the United Kingdom.

The council’s research forecasted that UK will have 241,000 postgraduate international students by 2024, maintaining its position as one of the top two destinations for studying a postgraduate abroad, after the United States.

It is also believed that the UK is losing out on Indian students, due to its overdependence on China for its international population. Demographic changes mean India’s appetite for higher education is expanding quickly and providing a source of international postgrad students that the US is exploiting.

China accounts for 44% of growth in the international postgraduate market in the UK, while the figure stands at 33% in the US. More than half (54%) of the US’ international students arrive from India – which, by 2024, will be home to the largest tertiary-aged population, numbering over 119 million.

According to the director of research for British Council education intelligence, Zainab Malik,  “No single market should drive the growth and composition of a country’s incoming postgraduate body. As such, it is essential for institutions and policy-makers to continue to attract students from expanding economies besides China and India, including Nigeria, Indonesia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam.”


No Horn Day! ‎Lagos state says no honking on 15th of October

by Kolapo Olapoju

The Lagos state government has set aside Wednesday, 15 October, as a ‘no horn’ day for motorists in the state.

The government has stated that the move is to part of its effort to reduce noise pollution on the roads and to cultivate respect for other road users.

It also disclosed that the ‘no horn’ day would help maintain and encourage road discipline, at the same time improving road use courtesy. The Lagos state government also hopes the initiative would encourage a positive road use attitude from motorists, and developp better road-user friendly Lagosians.


While many have applauded the initiative as impactful, others have questioned the long-term impact it would have on road users and motorists within the state, considering the fact the after the stipulated ‘no horn’ day, status quo would continue among Lagos road users.

Mumbai, the largest city in India, also had a ‘no horn’ day on 7 April, 2008, an initiative which was the first of its kind in the country.


#BelieveItOrNot: This gentle Indian giant is only 5-years-old

by Akan Ido

Standing at 5ft 7in tall, it’s hard to believe Karan Singh is only 5-years-old.

The young Indian boy who dreams of becoming a basketball player when he gets older stands head and shoulder above his peers.

Karan, made it into the Guinness Book of World Records in 2008 for being the tallest and heaviest baby, weighing a whopping 7kg and measuring over 2ft – and he hasn’t stopped growing since.

It’s easy to see where he got the genes: Karan’s father, Sanjay is 6ft 6in while his mom, Shweatlana, is even taller, standing at a height of 7ft 2in. Until 2012, she was the tallest Indian woman.

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Another Nigerian behaving badly in India, nabbed with large stash of ganja

by Damilola Jagun

A Nigerian man has been arrested in Goa, India, for allegedly possessing marijuana worth Rs.55,000(N147,709).

According to a Goa Police spokesperson’s statement on Friday, 19 September, the 26-year-old man, Innocent Eneanya was arrested while selling the contraband drug near a petrol pump at the beach village of Arambol, 40 km from Panaji.

Eneanya has been booked under the relevant sections of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act and the Indian Penal Code.

Subsequently, he was remanded in police custody for seven days by a local magistrate.

Goa is India’s richest state with a GDP per capita two and a half times that of the country as a whole.


#DivorceDarama: My wife is insatiable in bed – Man laments in court

by Akan Ido

A man in India has filed for divorce on the grounds of too much sex.

According to the Times of India, the man dragged his wife to court over her “excessive and insatiable desire for sex.”

The man who was apparently fed up with his wife’s antics had initially taken her to court in January claiming that his wife was “aggressive, stubborn and autocratic” and that she’d be harassing him for sex since they married in April 2012.

He also accused his wife of persuading him to take medication to boost his performance in bed and threatened to date other men if he can’t satisfy her.

“Due to respondent’s (wife’s) non-appearance before the court, the petitioner’s (husband’s) evidence remains unchallenged on record. Hence this court has no option but to accept his evidence as it is and he is entitled to a decree of divorce as prayed,” Principal Judge of family court, Laxmi Rao ruled in a recent order.

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18-year-old Indian girl marries stray dog (PICTURED)

by Jewel Stephen

As part of a bizarre Indian tribal ritual designed to ward off evil spirit, an 18-year-old girl has married a dog to please her family who think in doing so she will rid herself of a curse they believe she carries.

The girl, Mangli Munda had to walk down the aisle with a stray dog her father found, as her fellow villagers in Jharkhand state.

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The whole point of the marriage is for the girl to pass the curse from her to the animal, but she wasn’t so pleased with the affair, saying, ‘I am not happy with this marriage.’

Her ‘husband’, a dog called Sheru, arrived in a chauffeur driven car, and he was even pictured dozing off during the ceremony.

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Mangli’s mother said: ‘We have to spend money on this wedding. That is the only way we can get rid of her bad luck and ensure the benevolence of the village.’

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Although the marriage was carried out in the traditional Hindu wedding-style, it was not legally binding, which frees Mangli to get married to a human being whenever she’s ready.

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Racism! Nigerian students in India forced to move out of their apartments

by Emma Chidiogo

Nigeria students who are resident in India, have been asked by local real estate agents and landlords to vacate their apartments within 15 days.

The twenty-five students residing at Aarey Colony complex, Mumbai, have not been given any specific reason concerning their eviction, but a report by the Times of India said that police had directed the agents to notify them based on the allegation that many of them were involved in online crimes or drug-peddling.

One of the students was quoted to have expressed disappointment in the Indian government.

“If the country does not want to allow Nigerians, they should make it clear. Why should students be punished for what one or two people have done? The regular embarrassment is not fair.”

The police have however denied sending out any eviction notices to real estate agents and landlords.

“We do not have the power to evict people from their houses,” said Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Kishore Jadhav in the report.