Watch: WHO says drowning kills 3 lakh people every year
Men are twice as likely as women to drown, but the question remains. What can we do about it? Watch this video to find out
3,72000 people die every year because of drowning, says the WHO. What's disturbing is that half of these drowning deaths are among those who are younger than 25 years. Men are twice as likely as women to drown, but the question remains. What can we do about it? Watch this video to find out.
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'Bloodstains on lathis, no CCTV footage': P Jayaraj and Fenix thrashed all night by Sathankulam Police personnel, finds Judicial Magistrate’s report
Mentioning Head Constable Revathy's statement in a four-page report to the Madras High Court Madurai Bench, the Judicial Magistrate probing the deaths said she feared to receive threats if she revealed the facts. In her statement, Revathy told the JM that the two persons were 'beaten up the entire night by police personnel there (Sathankulam PS) using lathis.'