Ragging News | 2 Aug 07:08 2006

www.noragging.com] [ToI] Ragging leads to death

[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1833385.cms]



HYDERABAD: Ragging raised its ugly head in the city on Monday, claiming the lives of two hotel management students in Vidyanagar.

Two students Sanoy and Sanjay Giri, both third year students of the Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition, Durgabai Deshmukh colony near Osmania University, were allegedly stabbed to death by Naveen Kumar, a first year B.Sc. HHA student of the same institute, at their friends' flat at TRT Quarters in Vidyanagar at around 6.00 pm.

It all began with Sanoy and Giri (both aged around 20 years) noticing two juniors—Naveen Kumar and Nitesh Kumar— consuming liquor on the Shivam road. The duo approached their juniors and admonished them.

As the juniors fled from the place, Giri and Sanoy chased them into TRT Quarters where the juniors finally gave up. The seniors dragged them to their friends' flat in the colony.

Four third year students, K Mayank, Nitesh Kestwal, Himanshu and Nimesh, were staying in the room. The four were watching TV when Giri and Sanoy entered the room dragging the juniors, who were staying at the nearby Tapasvi hostel.

Though the seniors knew the two juniors, they were not sure about their names. Sanoy and Giri started quizzing them. The seniors reportedly asked them their parents' telephone numbers which reportedly infuriated Naveen.

As they were catering technology students, they had knives in their flat. Naveen grabbed a knife and started stabbing them.

"Naveen stabbed them mercilessly. I have never seen anything like this before. I pushed aside Naveen and ran to the rear side of the house," K Mayank, one of the four occupants of the room said.

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noragging | 2 Aug 11:47 2006
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What is CURE: The NoRagging Group

CURE was started by two students in the year 2001 under the banner of The
NoRagging Group. We started with an Online Discussion group and an informative
website. From that time, we have come a long way and today we are in process of joining an NGO as an independent
unit under them. We aspire to mature to an independent NGO by next year.

I will like to take you through our journey and activities across these three
years. For the first year CURE was basically an online group and extended
help by educating public about the phenomenon of ragging and extending support
to victims through emails.
In the year 2002, Harsh and Rajiv joined CURE and gave it a new lease of life. At the same time, many dedicated
members including Kiran, Rajan Srivastav,
etc. joined our group. This year and the coming year was an era of activity
which also led to the re-christening of The NoRagging Group to Coalition to
Uproot Ragging from Education.
Due to Rajan Srivastav, we were able to publish the story of Harsh far and
wide through an NGO magazine, thus making public more aware. Rajiv helped
us organizing a talk at Unnati’s (NGO) Seminar. This paved way and CURE
addressed talk show on Sab TV, organized talk show for DD-Bharti, etc.
Today, CURE has matured, it has a clear understanding of what it wants to do,
what are its policies, has an organizational structure and a list of projects it
want to take-up.
Welcome to CURE, we require your support to end the menace of ragging.

CURE Principle
CURE is against severe physical and sexual ragging, while we are open to discussion on mild forms of ragging.

Objectives of CURE
Ø Dent the public opinion about ragging by spreading awareness.
Ø Maintain a record of ragging incidents, news, measures, etc. to
create a permanent reference.
Ø Convince faculty and institutions to start Anti-Ragging Programmes.
Ø To devise alternate interesting means of interaction between
freshers and seniors.
Ø Prevent ragging by setting up CURE Student Chapters at colleges.
Ø Counsel victims and help them get justice.

Implementation Projects
Ø Publication of a periodical to update you about ragging.
Ø Maintenance of the online website with constant updating.
Ø Arrange talks at colleges, NGO seminars.
Ø Establishment of Student Chapters at colleges.
Ø Arrange an all-India essay competition on ragging to divert attention
of public towards ragging.
Ø F-CURE: Arrange a network of faculty cooperation across India to
prevent ragging.
Ø Arrange a mega-seminar on ragging.
Ø Try to put-up an activist movement
to get justice to ragging victims.

How we work at CURE?
CURE has a hierarchy on the lines of NGOs, which gets elected democratically
annually. The idea of hierarchy is to streamline energy and reach decisions,
while management is very flexible.
CURE members have brainstormed many projects as noted in the previous
section. CURE looks for people who could get involved in these projects (or
conceptualize new ones) as conveners or volunteers.
These project are/will be managed by conveners independently with support
from all CURE members.

What CURE is looking for?
Volunteers for taking movement against ragging forward.
Financial Aid for financing various CURE projects.
Reciprocal links with educational institutions and organizations.

Did you know that...
CURE has evolved from an initial membership of just 4 to 170 members.
CURE has chapters at Delhi, Bombay, Pune, Kanpur and (soon in) Bangalore.
The CURE website is the only online dedicated forum to condemn ragging.
CURE has contact with noted psychiatrist, Dr. V. M. Sharma, Vimhans for
online counseling of victims.
CURE has presented seminars at Unnati (NGO), organised DD-Bharti Show, etc.
CURE had actively pursued Harsh’s case through letters and emails to serve as
an eye opener to the society.
CURE is in contact with international organizations such as ‘Play for Peace’
and ‘Ofafoo’ to work together and initiate innovative activities in colleges.

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E J Jawahardatham | 5 Aug 15:12 2006
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Great, Junior Killed Two Senior-Criminals!!!

Great!!!

 

It is a great feeling to know that a junior student could successfully kill two senior-criminals. Even though one is not supposed to take law into his hands, a person who is often ragged to the limits tends to loose all patience and human feelings. Anyway, people who do not behave like humans [such as raggists] do not deserve to be shown any human treatment.

 

If the stabber is not otherwise a criminal, and this is the only time he went off the limits to kill the senior-criminals, I whole-heartedly support his action, and he needs to be defended in this case. Even though, murders cannot be encouraged, since it is already done, the killer needs to be defended in this case. Ragging often provokes the victims to such an extent, the killer in this case behaved quite naturally.

 

So far we heard the stories of juniors dieing due to ragging. Unofficial reports put the ragging related deaths at over 10,00 0 [juniors] since Independence in the country. Millions more suffered silently from this horrible evil. This is the first known incident where a junior could successfully kill senior-criminals: one person could single-handedly kill two rouges.

 

Killing a ragist-senior [even if the ragist indulges only in mild form of ragging] should be treated at par with killing a hardcore terrorist or criminal. As and when a junior kills a ragist, it is fair to treat such killing as ‘killing to defend one's life under compelling circumstances’. And there should be no punishment.

 

This incident is the most pleasant news for me as far as ragging news are concerned. Somehow I have no pity for ragists and rapists. I even suggest that anti-ragging activists should defend the killer [provided killing is not his old habit].
 
When army soldiers kill enemy soldiers [who are patriotically fighting for the defence of the other country], they are given medals for valour. Then why shouldn't we reward those people who kill only criminals such as ragists.
 
I even have a fantacy that some thousands of ragists shall be arrested, assembled in a concentration camp and shot in the Nazi fashion.
 

Sincerely,

 

Jawahar

Sachin Agarwal <tellsachin-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:


Ragging leads to death
By TNN Corresspondent in HYDERABAD

Times of India : 1 Aug, 2006 \
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1833385.cms

Ragging raised its ugly head in the city on Monday, claiming the
lives of two hotel management students in Vidyanagar.

Two students Sanoy and Sanjay Giri, both third year students of the
Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied
Nutrition, Durgabai Deshmukh colony near Osmania University, were
allegedly stabbed to death by Naveen Kumar, a first year B.Sc. HHA
student of the same institute, at their friends' flat at TRT
Quarters in Vidyanagar at around 6.00 pm.

It all began with Sanoy and Giri (both aged around 20 years)
noticing two juniors—Naveen Kumar and Nitesh Kumar— consuming liquor
on the Shivam road. The duo approached their juniors and admonished
them.

As the juniors fled from the place, Giri and Sanoy chased them into
TRT Quarters where the juniors finally gave up. The seniors dragged
them to their friends' flat in the colony

Sachin Agarwal <tellsachin-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:

Ragging leads to death
By TNN Corresspondent in HYDERABAD

Times of India : 1 Aug, 2006 \
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1833385.cms

Ragging raised its ugly head in the city on Monday, claiming the
lives of two hotel management students in Vidyanagar.

Two students Sanoy and Sanjay Giri, both third year students of the
Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied
Nutrition, Durgabai Deshmukh colony near Osmania University, were
allegedly stabbed to death by Naveen Kumar, a first year B.Sc. HHA
student of the same institute, at their friends' flat at TRT
Quarters in Vidyanagar at around 6.00 pm.

It all began with Sanoy and Giri (both aged around 20 years)
noticing two juniors—Naveen Kumar and Nitesh Kumar— consuming liquor
on the Shivam road. The duo approached their juniors and admonished
them.

As the juniors fled from the place, Giri and Sanoy chased them into
TRT Quarters where the juniors finally gave up. The seniors dragged
them to their friends' flat in the colony.

Four third year students, K Mayank, Nitesh Kestwal, H imanshu and
Nimesh, were staying in the room. The four were watching TV when
Giri and Sanoy entered the room dragging the juniors, who were
staying at the nearby Tapasvi hostel.

Though the seniors knew the two juniors, they were not sure about
their names. Sanoy and Giri started quizzing them. The seniors
reportedly asked them their parents' telephone numbers which
reportedly infuriated Naveen.

As they were catering technology students, they had knives in their
flat. Naveen grabbed a knife and started stabbing them.

"Naveen stabbed them mercilessly. I have never seen anything like
this before. I pushed aside Naveen and ran to the rear side of the
house," K Mayank, one of the four occupants of the room said.


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MANUJ SETHI | 6 Aug 12:03 2006
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Re: Great, Junior Killed Two Senior-Criminals!!!

I thought the group was moderated. Though ragging in extreme forms is condemnable, but such reactions are not justifiable either. I hope good sense will prevail.
 
~MS

E J Jawahardatham <jawahar_dat-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Great!!!
It is a great feeling to know that a junior student could successfully kill two senior-criminals. Even though one is not supposed to take law into his hands, a person who is often ragged to the limits tends to loose all patience and human feelings. Anyway, people who do not behave like humans [such as raggists] do not deserve to be shown any human treatment.
If the stabber is not otherwise a criminal, and this is the only time he went off the limits to kill the senior-criminals, I whole-heartedly support his action, and he needs to be defended in this case. Even though, murders cannot be encouraged, since it is already done, the killer needs to be defended in this case. Ragging often provokes the victims to such an extent, the killer in this case behaved quite naturally.
So far we heard the stories of juniors dieing due to ragging. Unofficial reports put the ragging related deaths at over 10,000 [juniors] since Independence in the country. Millions more suffered silently from this horrible evil. This is the first known incident where a junior could successfully kill senior-criminals: one person could single-handedly kill two rouges.
Killing a ragist-senior [even if the ragist indulges only in mild form of ragging] should be treated at par with killing a hardc ore terrorist or criminal. As and when a junior kills a ragist, it is fair to treat such killing as ‘killing to defend one's life under compelling circumstances’. And there should be no punishment.
This incident is the most pleasant news for me as far as ragging news are concerned. Somehow I have no pity for ragists and rapists. I even suggest that anti-ragging activists should defend the killer [provided killing is not his old habit].
 
When army soldiers kill enemy soldiers [who are patriotically fighting for the defence of the other country], they are given medals for valour. Then why shouldn't we rewa rd those people who kill only criminals such as ragists.
 
I even have a fantacy that some thousands of ragists shall be arrested, assembled in a concentration camp and shot in the Nazi fashion.
Sincerely,
Jawahar

Sachin Agarwal <tellsachin <at> yahoo.com> wrote:

Ragging leads to death
By TNN Corresspondent in HYDERABAD

Times of India : 1 Aug, 2006 \
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1833385.cms

Ragging raised its ugly head in the city on Monday, claiming the
lives of two hotel management students in Vidyanagar.

Two students Sanoy and Sanjay Giri, both third year students of the
Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied
Nutrition, Durgabai Deshmukh colony near Osmania University, were
allegedly stabbed to death by Naveen Kumar, a first year B.Sc. HHA
student of the same institute, at their friends' flat at TRT
Quarters in Vidyanagar at around 6.00 pm.

It all began with Sanoy and Giri (both aged around 20 years)
noticing two juniors—Naveen Kumar and Nitesh Kumar— consuming liquor
on the Shivam road. The duo approached their juniors and admonished
them.
As the juniors fled from the place, Giri and Sanoy chased them into
TRT Quarters where the juniors finally gave up. The seniors dragged
them to their friends' flat in the colony

Sachin Agarwal <tellsachin <at> yahoo.com> wrote:

Ragging leads to death
By TNN Corresspondent in HYDERABAD

Times of India : 1 Aug, 2006 \
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1833385.cms

Ragging raised its ugly head in the city on Monday, claiming the
lives of two hotel management students in Vidyanagar.

Two students Sanoy and Sanjay Giri, both third year students of the
Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied
Nutrition, Durgabai Deshmukh colony near Osmania University, were
allegedly stabbed to death by Naveen Kumar, a first year B.Sc. HHA
student of the same institute, at their friends' flat at TRT
Quarters in Vidyanagar at around 6.00 pm.

It all began with Sanoy and Giri (both aged around 20 years)
noticing two juniors—Naveen Kumar and Nitesh Kumar— consuming liquor
on the Shivam road. The duo approached their juniors and admonished
them.

As the juniors fled from the place, Giri and Sanoy chased them into
TRT Quarters where the juniors finally gave up. The seniors dragged
them to their friends' flat in the colony.

Four third year students, K Mayank, Nitesh Kestwal, Himanshu and
Nimesh, were staying in the room. The four were watching TV when
Giri and Sanoy entered the room dragging the juniors, who were
staying at the nearby Tapasvi hostel.

Though the seniors knew the two juniors, they were not sure about
their names. Sanoy and Giri started quizzing them. The seniors
reportedly asked them their parents' telephone numbers which
reportedly infuriated Naveen.

As they were catering technology students, they had knives in their
flat. Naveen grabbed a knife and started stabbing them.

"Naveen stabbed them mercilessly. I have never seen anything like
this before. I pushed aside Naveen and ran to the rear side of the
house," K Mayank, one of the four occupants of the room said.


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kushal banerjee | 6 Aug 20:09 2006
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Ragging killing

The Hindustan Times has published a different version of the story about the killing in Hyderabad which was linked to ragging. This report describes that the victim killed the offending senior while being ragged.
Though killing should not ordinarily be supported, this one should possibly needs to be appreciated if it is indeed (earlier reports were different) the result of ragging. It should give a warning to the offending seniors,everywhere, as well.
As Che Guevara said - we need to kill them before they kill us, the victim of ragging has killed a socially dangerous pervert (raggers must be perverts) , rather than commiting suocide which would have been killing an innocent.
 
Anyway, ragging is taking its toll, yet our politicians hardly want to do something to stop ragging. Government have time for corruption, for war, for riots... they don't have time for what is burning its home & the new generation in India. Only law will not make difference untill implemented. People must unite strongly against ragging - the only way to save life - from death and from being ruined for no reason.

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Ragging News | 7 Aug 07:04 2006

www.noragging.com] Charges against 10 NIT students in ragging case

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JALANDHAR, AUG 5 (PTI)

A city court has framed charges against ten students of Dr B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology here in the suicide case of a junior student who took the extreme step after being ragged. Amit Gangwar had committed suicide in October last year by jumping before a train and ploice had found a suicide note from the cupboard in his room which had named ten students, including a girl. The charges were framed yesterday by the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Karnail Singh and the recording of evidence by the prosecution would start on October 6. The accused students include Ankit Shrivastva, Naval Malani, Sidharath Kumar, Parsun Kishore Verma, Tanuj Roy, Rohan Bhandari, Biswajit Sahu, Avijit Biswa s, Parmod Hingmang and Namita Kumari. All these students had been expelled by the institute and were on bail.

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Ragging News | 7 Aug 07:03 2006

www.noragging.com] ...But ragging still continues at Nizam

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HYDERABAD: Days after a ragging incident that led to the murder of two third-year students of the Institute of Hotel Management, Vidyanagar, seniors are at it again.

This time at Nizam College, Basheerbagh. However, unlike the earlier incident, here juniors did not fly off in rage but reluctantly complied with all the whims of their seniors.

On Wednesday evening, first year students of Nizam College who started college on July 24 were confronted by their seniors on the college ground.

While some students said they were pulled out of classrooms and asked to sing and dance to their favourite songs, others claimed they were only asked to give their biodata to the seniors.

The usual demands from senio rs like asking to be referred to as Sir and Madam or bowing or giving them a respectful 'Namaskaram' whenever the junior pass them on the campus were all listed out to be followed in the following days.

One junior was asked to play cricket, and not in a team but all by himself. He had to be the bowler, the batsman, fielder and even the umpire and keep the score too.

Some others were asked to make animal sounds, act like cats and dogs reflecting their behaviour and body language. In the wake of this incident, members of the National Students' Union of India (NSUI) went to the college.

Then they went to every classroom taking along with them posters that were made by the Hyderabad City Police last year against ragging.

The posters were circulated among all colleges then too, detailing the punishments that students caught doing ragging may face. The same posters were taken to each class and students were warned against ragging their juniors.

The freshers were told to feel free to complain either to their principal or to the police or any student organisation if they face ragging in or outside the college.

Principal S Satyanarayana, however, claimed no such incident came to his notice. Neither did students give any police complaint about it.

Yet, police were there on Thursday morning, picketing the college premises and ensuring no further instances of ragging occur.

Satyanarayana said he would conduct an anti-ragging seminar inviting top police personnel after August 15 by when all spot admissions would be over.

The NSUI, meanwhile, said it would go to all colleges in the city from Friday onwards spreading the anti-ragging message.

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Ragging News | 9 Aug 07:39 2006

www.noragging.com] [Patna Daily] Ragging at Science College Leads to Firing; Two Injured

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Patna: August 8, 2006

Ragging at Patna Science College, on Monday, got out of hand when the bodyguard of Patna University proctor Kriteshwar Prasad opened fire at the students engaged in harassing new students injuring two students in the process.

As per the report, at around 12:00 pm, the second year students were harassing some new students who reported the incident to the proctor. When Prasad arrived at the scene with his bodyguard, the students started to run towards the zoology department.

They were chased by the bodyguard who, for some unknown reasons, opened fired at the students.

Two students identified as Rohit Kumar and Anil Kumar received bullet injuries in hand and abdo men respectively. They were rushed to the Patna Medical College Hospital (PMCH) where they remain in Intensive Care Unit.

The incident caused a riot-like situation within the campus as angry students damaged college properties including the office of the Vice Chancellor and blocked Ashok Rajpath for hours vandalizing cars, buses, and shops in the area while also demanding the arrest of the proctor.

Senior police officials including the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kundan Krishnan arrived at the campus with anti-riot vehicle and tried to check the violence. Six students were taken into custody but the bodyguard of Dr. Prasad is said to be absconding.

The police has detained Dr. Prasad for interrogation. Security in the campus has been heightened in anticipation of more violence, Krishnan said.

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Vidya Swamy | 9 Aug 08:53 2006
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Dear CURE members,

This is an incident that would shock all of you. Till today, you all
would have heard of raggers getting punishment but this would probably
be one of those rare occasions where a student was punished for no
fault of his.

I came to know about this thru Balaji -- a member of CURE who joined
in its initial years. This unfortunate incident happened to his own
younger brother, Raghu.

Raghu joined NIT,Nagpur in 2004. But, in 2005, he was asked to ''leave
the hostel and stay away'' on grounds of ragging. The junior who
complained of ragging maintained that Raghu had not ragged him but the
authorities failed to get the person responsible and instead punished
Raghu.

Before being told to leave the hostel, he was told to leave the
institute as a whole. But after much request, professors speaking in
his favour, and keeping in mind the fact that he wasnt caught
red-handed, his punishment was 'reduced' and he had to leave the
hostel.

As a CURE member, I ask all of you, is it fair? is it fair that
college authorities, in order to keep the media personnels at bay,
punish an innocent rather than the real culprit. Should we forget this
claiming it to be 'just a fault' of the administration/

If its our responsibility to protect a junior from being ragged, is it
not our duty also to save an innocent senior?

Today, Raghu is back in the hostel on grounds of good behaviour and
performance. But what would have happened had he been expelled from
the institute? his career would have finished.

Moreover, what if he had been expelled, and later the authorities came
to know that he was, in reality, innocent? Then who would have been
responsible?

Currently, there are various provisions in our legal system which, if
applied, are very harsh punishments for the raggers but there are very
few provisions for people like Raghu who are victims of a flawed
system.....

Maybe our law students (Vasudha, Amal and others, if any…) can put
some light on this!?….

What should be our take on this? More important, what is , as an
individual, your take on this?

Remember – what happened with Raghu can happen to our brothers/sisters
also. So we have to find a solution for this before its too late……

P.S. Balaji, hope I hvnt missed any vital information while scripting
out your brother's story. If I have, pls feel free to add the same.

Regards,
Vidya
Communication Head, CURE




 

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