Vinesh Phogat, Anju Bobby George and others, women in news last week

by Raincy W. Raincy

From Vinesh Phogat, Anju Bobby George and others, women in news last week (9 August – 15 August)

This weekend was certainly special as of course, we were celebrating the 75th Independence Day of the country. And while we celebrated this day with all the enthusiasm, the questions on women’s safety and independence kept lingering around. And amid that, the news of what is happening in Afghanistan added to the worries. And as you know that every week, we give you a weekly wrap of women who made it to headlines in the last week, here is our update this week. From Vinesh Phogat, Anju Bobby George and others, women in news list week.

Vinesh Phogat, Anju Bobby George and others, women in news last week

Navi Mumbai Girl Kills Mother

A Navi Mumbai teenager assassinates her mother and attempts to pass it off as suicide. This incident occurred on July 30. The Mumbai Girl is a 15-year-old MBBS aspirant from Navi Mumbai’s Airoli and is now allegedly responsible for murdering her mother at their home. The police have alleged that the teenage girl had strangled her 42-year-old mother to death with a karate belt after they fought over her preparations for the festival.

Kerela Government called out by Anju Bobby George Calls for not Announcing Cash Reward For Olympic Medallist

Ever since the Indian Men’s Hockey team has won the Bronze, the team is receiving a lot of appreciation. And PR Sreejesh of Kerala, the team’s goalkeeper also has been receiving a lot of appreciation. Yet no cash rewards have yet been announced. This was raised by the athlete Anju Bobby George who acknowledged in an interview with Mathrubhumi TV. “The claim that the Kerala government failed to award him is true,” she added. Many governments made announcements shortly after athletes received gold, even before they returned to their home countries. The Kerala government has not declared a reward in this instance, even after Sreejesh returned.”

Vinesh Phogat temporarily suspended from Olympics, she breaks silence on mental health

The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) briefly banned Indian wrestler Vinesh Phogat for indiscipline on August 10. Wrestling Federation of India for suspected indiscipline at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She declined to stay with the Indian contingent and did not wear the name of the official sponsor of the Indian squad, according to the federation.

Phogat is one of the top medal contenders in the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics. She has now opened up about her struggle with mental health and what really went wrong in the Olympic games.


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