Vadodara : An architect from Gujarat had allegedly been running an online sex chatting and video-calling racket from his design office. The year-old man had been employing women in the pretext of working at his design studio. Most of the women employed by the accused were from the posh Akota area. The clandestine activities of the accused came to light when the police raided the accused's office and seized sex toys, women's passports and laptops. The accused, who was identified as Nilesh Gupta, had been running the racket from his designing office named Ray Design World.
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The reasons given by these states for not supplying the data are lack of computerisation and governance issues. Having been an activist for several years, she has critically examined the policies, programmes, laws and schemes that have been unveiled by the state to impro The payout will be in three instalments — first at the stage of a successful operation, second at the time of appearing before the court as a witness and third at the time of a conviction. Over couples have already registered for delivery which otherwise carries a price tag of Rs 7, for normal birth. The Review stated that migration from within and outside the state to urban areas was the key reason for the decline in sex ration there. Khap panchayats are social organisations. They are social groups.
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Andhra Pradesh witnessed a marginal improvement on several indicators such as infant mortality, sex ratio and child immunisation, according to phase-1 of the National Family Health Survey NFHS-5 , the report of which was released on Saturday. A study that analysed over 5. Gujarat has recorded an increase of 11 points in sex ratio at birth in the block year of as compared to But compared to the state has reported the steepest fall of 41 points — the highest in the country. The sex ratio at birth was in the block year of in Gujarat, while the current ratio is
By Omkar Khandekar. In late June, two policewomen from Mahisagar, Gujarat, filed a petition in the Gujarat high court in Ahmedabad. The women had been in a relationship for the past three years, their petition said. They wanted to live together but their families were not in favour of it. They were trying to separate the two, and the women sought a court order for police protection.