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Girlfriend hit on Street with other girl relationship

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Boyfriend caught with another girl humiliated and hit in street by girlfriend
A Chinese woman has been arrested after forcing her boyfriend to kneel in the street and repeatedly slapping him around the face.

The man was accused of cheating on the woman after bringing another girl back to his flat in Hong Kong.

After his girlfriend took him out to the street and began berating him, a crowd of onlookers gathered and started filming the scene, which has since been posted on YouTube.

The 20-year-old woman, named Cheng, was later arrested on suspicion of common assault, while the victim, 23-year-old Chui, was taken to hospital.

The alleged assault happened last Friday in the Kowloon City area of Hong Kong, after Chui took a girl to his flat despite the fact he was going out with Cheng.

She made him kneel on the pavement in full view of passers-by, and accused him of going behind her back by inviting in the other girl - who was standing next to the couple throughout the fight.

However, he insisted he had not asked the girl to come to his flat, saying: 'Listen to me first before beating me.'

Cheng then started slapping Chui across the face as he screamed, 'You're slandering me!', and urged the other girl to corroborate his story.

The scene was filmed by an onlooker, who commented at one point: 'At least break up with her if you're not fighting back.'

As other bystanders started to intervene in the altercation, Cheng shouted, 'None of your business!'

Most witnesses took Chui's side, with one woman telling him: 'Stand up, ditch this ugly girl, you deserve better.'

One passer-by called the police, leading to Cheng's arrest.

A police spokesman told South China Morning Post: 'Police received a report at around 5.10pm on October 4 outside 38 San Ma Tau Street in Kowloon City.

'Police who arrived at the scene arrested a female, aged 20 and surnamed Cheng, for common assault. A victim, aged 23 and surnamed Chui, was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital for treatment.'

After video of the incident was posted online, it attracted more than 700,000 hits in less than three days.

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When nurses denied her treatment woman giving birth on a clinic garden (Video)

A disturbing photograph of an indigenous woman from Mexico delivering a baby on a patch of grass outside a medical center has set off a firestorm online and sparked a national debate that led to the suspension of the head of the clinic that has turned the mother away.  

The shocking image, taken by a passerby, shows 29-year-old Irma Lopez , who is of Mazatec ethnicity, squatting after giving birth, her face contorted in pain and her tiny newborn son still bound by the umbilical cord and lying on the ground.

The government of the southern state of Oaxaca announced Wednesday that it has suspended the health center's director, Dr. Adrian Cruz, while officials conduct state and federal investigations into the October 2 incident.

Mrs Lopez, a married mother of three, said that she and her husband were turned away from the Rural Health Center of the village of San Felipe Jalapa de Diaz by a nurse who said she was only eight months pregnant and ‘still not ready’ to deliver, even though the woman was reportedly fully dilated.

The couple, who are Mazatecs and do not speak Spanish, could not understand much of what the nurse was telling them beyond the word ‘no,’ so they went outside.

Addressing the controversy later, the nurses blamed the incident on the language barrier and claimed that they did not have enough staff on hand to treat the woman due to a partial work stoppage.

An hour and a half later, at 7.30am, the woman’s water broke. Knowing that the time has come, Lopez kneeled on the grass outside the clinic and started pushing while grabbing the wall of a house.

‘I didn't want to deliver like this. It was so ugly and with so much pain,’ she said, adding she was alone for the birth because her husband was trying to persuade the nurse to call for help.

Eloy Pacheco Lopez, who was among a number of people drawn to the site by the mother’s screams, took the photo and gave it to a news reporter. It ran in several national newspapers, including the full front page of the tabloid La Razon de Mexico, and was widely circulated on the Internet.

Pacheco López also shared the image on Facebook, writing that 'after waiting and demanding attention for two hours, she gave birth in the yard of the hospital after being ignored by personnel under the direction of the supposed doctor Adrian René Cruz Cabrera,' Latin Times reported.

The case illustrated the shortcomings of maternal care in Mexico, where hundreds of women still die during or right after pregnancy. It also pointed to still persistent discrimination against Mexico's indigenous people persists.

‘The photo is giving visibility to a wider structural problem that occurs within indigenous communities: Women are not receiving proper care. They are not being offered quality health services, not even a humane treatment,’ said Mayra Morales, Oaxaca's representative for the national Network for Sexual and Reproductive Rights.

Lopez said she and her husband walked an hour in the dark to the clinic from the family's one-bedroom hut in the mountains of northern Oaxaca.

It would have taken them longer to get to the nearest highway to catch a ride to a hospital. She said that from the births of her two previous children, she knew she didn't have time for that.

Silvia Flores, the mayor of the town where then now-infamous medical center is located, told the site Clarin that it was the second time in a year that a woman in labor has given birth on the lawn: in July, another indigenous woman delivered a baby on the same grass patch.

The Mexican federal Health Department said this week that it has sent staff to investigate what happened at the Rural Health Center of the village of San Felipe Jalapa de Diaz.

The National Human Rights Commission also began an investigation after seeing news reports.
Nearly one in five women in the state of Oaxaca gave birth in a place that is not a hospital or a clinic in 2011, according to Mexico's census.

Health officials have urged women to go to clinics to deliver their babies, but many women say the operating hours of the rural centers are limited and staffs small.

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Pawan found in Charmi bedroom

Friday, October 11, 2013

The name of Pawan Kalyan is enough to boost the Box Office collections by manifolds and till now we has observed many heroes who used pawan name to market their movie and now the heroines also following the trend.

This time Charmi has also done the same in Mantra 2 which is sadi to be a sequel to first part ‘Mantra,’ a super hit. One still of the movie was released just a while ago shows a Pawan Kalyan picture pasted on the walls of Charmi’s bed room. The pic was from the latest blockbuster Attarintiki daredi. It could be a hostel or special bed room of Charmi but the message is clear, her character in themovie admires Power Star.

Charmy looks quite charming and innocent in this flick, she has reshaped her curves and is looking awesome with newly toned body. Let us wish that, Pawan would come to the rescue of Charmi in this horror flick.

First copy of Namitha’s Bhaja Bhajantrilu

Heroine Namitha started her filmy career in Tollywood and shifted her base to Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam films after lacking offers. But she kept in touch with Telugu audiences by appearing in few cameo roles, dubbed films and her next film Bhaja Bhajantrilu first copy is ready now.

Bhaja Bhajantrilu movie story deals with five girls will be kidnapped by Touch up Boys and why did this kidnap happen has to be seen on silver screen. This suspense thriller is being directed by P.Harirajan and music is being composed by Karthik Bhupatiraja.

. Namitha, Keerthi Chawla, Kiran Rathod, Meghana Naidu and Shivani are playing the lead roles in the movie. Bhaja Bhajantrilu movie is produced by S.R.Manoharan under Sri Priyame Creations banner and its post production work is going with brisk speed. The makers are planning to release the music and movie in the October 2013.

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