“Though investigation is on, we were told by the villagers that the boy had been asked earlier not to meet the girl and never visit the village,” said Gumla superintendent of police Chandan Kumar Jha.The incident comes amid rising communal tensions in the state following a slew of controversial initiatives in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh.A youth of Kashmiri origin was on Thursday allegedly physically assaulted by fellow passenger from Jharkhand on board the New Delhi- Ranchi Garib Rath Express after a heated debate on the ensuing tensions in the valley.RANCHI: A youth of Kashmiri origin was on Thursday allegedly physically assaulted by a fellow passenger from Jharkhand on board the New Delhi- Ranchi Garib Rath Express after a heated debate on the ensuing tensions in the valley.While it gives them sexual freedom, it can destroy their relationships with families, leaving them open to prejudice and criticism in their everyday lives.Straight men having sex with other men isn’t a new phenomenon.
While Baig could not be reached till late Thursday evening, fellow passengers said the victim was slapped after he reportedly said 'The Indian Armed Forces will be driven away from Kashmir by Pakistani forces like dogs'."We were in the next coupe when we heard heated arguments.
Often, the relationship with a gay guy is less a case of “I refuse to conform to labels; this is what I do” and more “this is our thing, our secret”.
And because increased tolerance cuts both ways, in that it’s just as wrong to call somebody out for not adopting the label of gay as it is to criticise someone who does, frustrations can go unspoken.
In a horrific reminder of how caste and family honour continue to be prized over women's lives in India, a 21-year-old student of Delhi University's Sri Venkateswara College was allegedly murdered by her parents for marrying her boyfriend against their wishes.
The reason for her killing: the girl Bhavna had secretly married Abhishek, a boy from a different caste.