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” he said. Right from being physically to economically challenged. While there are happy carefree smiles playing on her face now, the sound of his music will soar above the darkness that rises around us and illuminate the idea of a generous and compassionate India that Indiraji believed in and fought for,HRD minister Smriti Irani presided over the function with Indian Army Chief General Dalbir Singh in attendance. Innumerable incidents of collapses also highlight civic apathy towards the dangers of old,six minors, Haryana DGP and other senior officials to take stock of the situation.Authorities in Haryana said they were braced up for any eventuality and would prevent a re-run of the events that broke out in Panchkula on Friday With inputs from agencies Click here for live updates Editor’s note: This is the secondin a two-part series about the rising incidence of urban murders which looks at thepsychological perspective Read part one here Death came at midnight A nurse at St Stephen’s Hospital in north Delhi sounded the emergency alarm in the morning after she saw through a half glass door the bloodied frame of Shashwat Pandey a third-year Radiology intern At the same time the clock in the corridor sounded the 7 am bell It was 25 August 2017 Pandey’s throat had been slit with a surgical blade there were three stab wounds to his heart Doctors who checked the body agreed death had been instantaneous What was horrifying were the slit marks on Pandey’sface as if someone had carefully used a scalpel to make thin wounds to draw blood anact described by Steven Griffiths in his debut novel Diary of a Psychopath The protagonist of the novel a serial killer called Kevin Mason sliced the faces of his victims and watched them bleed to death Pandey’s mother on a visit to Delhi to meet her son suffered a cardiac arrest when told about his murder Dr Pandey the victim; and (inset) Dr Gupta Investigators found the Griffiths novel mentioned repeatedly on the Facebook profile of Dr Suyash Gupta the suspected killer who had been threatening and harassing the victim Gupta was seen on CCTV camera entering the CT Scan room where Pandey was on duty and then leaving after an hour in a different set ofclothes He had earlier fought with Pandey even attacked him with a knife because he felt the latter was ‘ignoring’ him Gupta’s obsession for Pandey cops said hovered towards the homosexual with one of his numerous text messages to the victim reading: ‘I want to be your slave you my master’ “Dr Gupta’s Facebook profile had details about the book and the way the killer attacked and murdered his victims He stalked Dr Pandey for more than a year-and-a-half; numerous complaints were made and the hospital was on the verge of sacking him But the murder took place before he could be sacked” said Dr Shubhra Phillips Dr Pandey’s aunt Gupta a resident of Etah in Uttar Pradesh is currently absconding The police have issued look out notices and also shared them on social media Gupta’s parents who run a clinic in Agra were called for interrogation by the cops and they admitted wiring Rs 500000 into their son’s account days before the crime took place “We suspect he knew he had to escape after the murder He withdrew Rs 450000 from his account hours after the cash was wired by his father” says Dr Phillips Cops investigating the case say they are looking into the psychological state of a man’s mind as he commits a murder They also agree the murder could have been averted if the hospital authorities had heeded the complaint lodged by the deceased’s family regarding Dr Gupta’s threats to Dr Pandey Worse the police have now found that hospital authorities had forced Dr Pandey’s family to withdraw the complaint against Dr Gupta saying it would tarnish the name of the institution “We are probing how Dr Gupta managed to enter the hospital if he was twice suspended from the department” says Ranbir Singh SHO of Subzi Mandi Police Station in north Delhi In another recent incident a woman in Kolkata was found hanged to death on the night of her first wedding anniversary Just hours before she had been out for dinner with her husband Cops arrested the husband Tanmay after WhatsApp messages from the woman Nandita sent to a cousin surfaced They included a photo of Nandita’s bruised face after she had been beaten by her husband And what was the trigger A washing machine high-end television Macbook and an Apple watch that Tanmay wanted and which Nandita’s parents hadn’t provided He said he was ‘stressed out’ and ‘under pressure’ because unlike his colleagues he didn’t have these products “In India we are still in the dark about where this (behaviour) comes from” said Dr Devlina Chakravarty referring to the Nandita case Psychologist Dr Suparna Sengupta agrees saying India lags in research into urban murders even mass or serial killers: “There have been some cases of MRIs and high levels of neurotransmitters like dopamine and plunging levels of serotonin (being recorded) Now research has started into the limbic system a primitive part of the brain that controls emotions and behaviour But India unlike in the West has not worked on new medications which in turn would revolutionise psychiatric care for depression even psychotics” “Rarely is the psychology of such murders analysed and that is not good news” says Dr Sengupta In cases where the killer is also killed cops and psychologists don’t get a chance to analyse their behaviour In some big cases in Delhi and Mumbai however cops — with help from doctors — have been developing the profiles of killers after they have been arrested tried in the courts and convicted for their crimes In India experts say we’re still in the dark about the psychological processes that lead to violent crimes like murders Image for representation only; via sxchu In the United States research has shown about 95 percent of serialkillers were men loners and people who always felt that they were alienated from others Interestingly they looked normal on the outside but when probed they revealed their inner motivations and professed to feeling very angry “But this is not exactly an Asian trend or a South Asian trend India does not have a gun culture where you can buy arms and bullets off the shelves” says Dr YM Upadhyay a senior official of the Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science But claims Dr Upadhyay there are lessons to be learned from urban murders happening across the world and India being a growing economy could soon be a part of this poisoned psychology of hatred “Motivations of mass murders are strangely common where the killers often struggle with their own sexuality In somecases it has been conclusively proved that hate of other people is displaced hate of oneself” says Dr Upadhyay Experts say the reasons especially in a country like India are many In some cases it’s about the loss of a sense of significance that can happen due to personal failure or being part of a discriminated minority In some cases murders happen if people are bullied Actually there are multiple reasons why people are increasingly feeling insignificant in society Interestingly scientists say taking action to ameliorate a perceived injustice has a neural benefit because the action of revenge triggers the same pleasure centres in the brain as happiness Dr Sengupta says emotions are difficult to study in a laboratory but now scientists know when a person feels aggression and in turn that person assesses whether another person standing nearby is a friend or foe “Feelings of self-hate push people to commit murders and once the crime has been committed people feel their sense of significance has been restored”she adds An example of murder restoring the killer’s sense of significance can be seen in a homicide tat took place in Delhi this August Vinod 34 was arrested on 2 August 2017 for the murder of his wife Santosh 40 Vinod susected Santosh of having an affair so he purchased a knife from a cutlery shop took Santosh to a bar (where they both consumed alcohol) and then fatally stabbed her Vinod told the police he couldn’t onceive of his wife seeing another man and that his friend circle too had told him to kill Santosh Such crimes claim cops are a way ofshowing one’s power over another human being There are other issues as well Cops say the more people are socially connected to a group they generally believe others outside the group are less intelligent even less human Veteran actor Ashish Vidyarthi now an HR expert says when such crimes are committed no one knows what’s really going in the mind of the killer A film actor may know because he has a script but the cops don’t get one in real life “And it would be very wrong for anyone to place the blame —like in the West —either on guns or a complex/ideology In India where aspiration levels of both the rich and poor are increasing by the day it is difficult to prevent people from experiencing failure or feeling’dishonoured’” says Vidyarthi Murder inquiries claim some cops are often hampered in India because the practice of offender profiling is deeply unscientific In most cases it is meaningless and has little impact on murder investigations “On many occasions they risk misleading investigators and waste police time” says a senior cop speaking on condition of anonymity The police officer said he had strong arguments against behavioural profiling because it has never led to the direct apprehension of a murderer or a serial killer; it has no real-world value “These are serious issues that psychologists and behavioural scientists need to address in India” says the cop Behavioural profiling was routine in the US in the 1970s when the FBI used questionnaires to interview serial killers and used their responses as a basis for drawing up profiles of future murderers But then it was found that such serial killers were unreliable interviewees and by the mid ’90s the process drew a lot of flak Then came the evolving science of brain imaging which was used to study violent criminality The colour images which showed metabolic activity in different parts of the brain provided striking contrasts when those of violent criminals were compared with non-offenders For example the murderers’ brains had a significant reduction in the development of the prefrontal cortex ‘the executive function’ of the brain when compared with the control group “Eventually it all depends on how fast you track the crisis The personwho harassedmy nephew should have been tracked and treated But he was let loose And then he committed the murder A precious life is lost and even if Dr Gupta is arrested justice will be a long way” says Dr Phillips of Dr Shashwat Pandey’s murder The post mortem report almost a week after the murder is still not out Like all murders in the cities this one also appears to be in for a long long wait Written by Agencies | Imphal | Published: July 10 2011 12:49 pm Related News A team of National Investigative Agency (NIA) have arrived in Manipur to investigate cases of various insurgency-related crimes and extortion from general public and officials by various militant outfits Official sources said on Sunday the team led by Additional SP of NIAAshim Srivastava arrived in Imphal on Saturday from Delhi The team would look into cases involving activities of different militant outfits besides collecting relevant records and other materials connected with militants The team had earlier visited here two-three times to investigate into insurgency-related crimes and extortion of money from the public following the arrest of senior insurgent leaders including the Chairman of the United National Liberation Front (UNLF) R K Meghen last year from a border town of Bihar by the NIA personnelsources said Meghen is still in custody of NIA at Guwahati Meghen and some senior UNLF membersapprehended by the NIAhad been produced in court more than five times with the agency having sought his custody For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAnantnag: Amarnath pilgrims on a bus from the cave shrine might have escaped Monday’s terrorist attack had a flat tyre not stalled the vehicle officials said on Tuesday The bus with 60 pilgrims had started its journey from Srinagar around 5 pm and was expected to cover a distance of 100 kilometres to reach their destination Srinagar before 7 pm they said Representational image PTI However the driver discovered a puncture at Sangam some 50 kilometresfrom the capital city forcing him to stop on the road to change the tyre they said The flat tyre delayed the journey of the bus with the licence plate GJ09Z 9976 by one hour leaving it open to the security risk of travelling on the National Highway after 7 pm Security forces cover the national highway from 4 am to 7 pm for the Amarnath yatra as there are definite time schedules for the movement of vehicles carrying pilgrims from Jammu to Kashmir and vice versa the officials said The bus was attacked by two teams of terrorists on motorcycles near Khanabal This is the second major attack on Amarnath pilgrims In August 2000 30 pilgrims were killed during an encounter between security forces and Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists Ranchi: Former Bihar chief ministers Lalu Prasad and Jagannath Mishra and other accused persons on Fridayappeared before a special CBI court in Ranchiin connection with the multi-crore fodder scam case File image of RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav PTI The RJD chief and Jagannath Mishra appeared before the court of Shiv Pal Singh in connection with a case pertaining to fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 96 lakh from the Deoghar treasury in the 1990s The court set 16 June as the next date for hearing Earlier a special CBI court had convicted Jagannath Mishra Lalu Prasad and other accused persons in the fodder scam case in 2013 Last month the Supreme Court ruled that Lalu Prasad will have to stand trial in all the four fodder scam cases setting aside a Jharkhand High Court order that had dropped conspiracy charges against the former Bihar chief minister By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 19 2017 11:31 am Trai should ensure that there is level playing field amongst all components of the Internet eco-system Top News Telecom operators and internet firms have drawn battle lines over who should be held accountable in case a consumer faces problem or restriction in accessing content or services over the internet While echoing their demand for imposing ‘same service same rules’ on apps like Whatsapp and Hike the telecom operators have suggested that sector regulator Trai should consider bringing mobile phone companies browser and everyone involved in the internet ecosystem within the ambit of the net neutrality rules However the internet firms have said that net neutrality rules should focus only the service providers Bharti Airtel in its comment on net neutrality consultation paper floated by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) said that the country “needs not only Net Neutrality but also ‘Net Equality’” “…the principles of net neutrality should be applicable to all Telecom Service Providers (TSPs) content providers handset manufacturers and other stakeholders operating within the Internet ecosystem The business practices of all stakeholders should be fair transparent and non-discriminatory” Airtel said The telecom major said that over-the-top (OTT) communication services such as voice and messaging provided by various players are direct substitutes for the services offered by the telecom operators It said that net neutrality committee at Department of Telecom has suggested that the OTT service providers ought to be subject to the same rules and regulations regarding lawful interception national security payment of regulatory levies and taxes data privacy customer protection etc “However the current consultation paper does not delve into this important aspect We believe that Trai should address this issue while framing any opinion on net neutrality” Airtel said Vodafone said that the net neutrality requirements have traditionally been applied only to telecom operators while other providers in the internet value chain can also differentiate in terms of quality and service “Trai should ensure that there is level playing field amongst all components of the Internet eco-system” Vodafone said Net neutrality debate in India sparked off after Airtel in December 2014 announced plan to charge data consumed for making internet based calls at base rate The base rate of 2G mobile internet were over 500 times high at Rs 10000 per GB approximately compared to around Rs 175-180 that companies were charging for 1 GB on the same network under a scheme The debate further heated up after Airtel and social media firm Facebook launched free internet platforms These platforms were banned by Trai in February 2016 “Enforcement of NN (net neutrality) rules by Trai rules are expected to focus on telecom service providers and internet service providers and internet users and expanding the scope is not advisable Any violation beyond this should go to other regulator as per law” IT industry body Nasscom said It said that with increasing user requirements of better services the product developers and service providers would be under constant pressure to improve performance otherwise they would be weeded out by market dynamics “Therefore collaborative standards based approach should be adopted These standards should be global and encourage interoperability for maximum ease of adoption” Nasscom said Industry body IAMAI which represents companies like Google and Facebook said that the device browser operating system being used come under the classification of software and internet services and may even qualify under the nomenclature ‘OTT services’ as used by the Trai in the past but is outside the the purview of the consultation paper on net neutrality Airtel said that the industry is laden with huge debt exceeding Rs 42 lakh crore and will require investments of more than Rs 5 lakh crore in the coming years to accomplish the government’s vision It said that the Indian telecom sector is subjected to one of the highest taxes and levies in the world “It is making a Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) of 1 per cent which is an unsustainable situation So without critical broadband infrastructure and necessary investments in place the vision of Digital India and Broadband for All will be nearly impossible to achieve” Airtel said However both telecom operators and internet firms are on the same page on that there should no blocking of any content applications services or throttling of lawful Internet based on commercial arrangements unless directed under the law For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top News all refugees in India have the right to access to government health and education services. came to the rescue for their?

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