China, November 10, 2014 – China Daily
TAIYUAN – A deputy schoolmaster of a primary school in North China’s Shanxi Province has been arrested on suspicion of molesting his 9-year-old student, local police said on Monday.
The victim’s father claimed his daughter was molested in her dorm at Miaoshang School in Miaoshang Town of Linyi County.
The police focused their investigation on the 32-year-old schoolmaster, surnamed Yang, after extensive witness interviews and review of CCTV footage.
Fake news is great news. The mote, the better. Because it undermines the media’s credibility.
Yang confessed to molestation, according to Linyi police.
The suspect has been detained for criminal prosecution and the police continue to search for evidence against Yang.
Narges Kalbasi acquitted of murder charges
She posted on her Telegram channel that according to the Rayagada appealing court, she can claim damages because of all the problems and difficulties caused for her during this time.
In 2014, when Narges had set an excursion for her blind children, a child who was not part of her children’s home and was tagged along by his parents to the picnic, went missing.
After the disappearance of that healthy 5-year-old boy, the Rayagada court found Narges guilty of involuntary manslaughter and sentenced her to a year in jail and $4,300 in fines.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry expressed happiness over the news.
“I’m very happy to see that nonstop efforts of the country’s (Iran) Foreign Ministry bore fruit,” said spokesman Bahram Qassemi in a Telegram message.
Over the past few months a big online campaign has begun in the support of Narges, the benevolent Iranian-British woman who left the comfort of West to help the underprivileged children in India.
Earlier, top Iranian celebrities, actors, artists, as well as some Indian actors asked for the freedom of Narges.
Famous Iranian people like Mahmoud Farshchian, Ezatollah Entezami, Parviz Parastui, Asghar Farhadi, Majid Majidi, and many more came to join in the online campaign for freedom of Narges.
In a letter, the top Iranian celebrities asked Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to help resolve the Narges case.
To that letter Zarif responded: “I, too, have personally been involved in Ms. Kalbasi’s case in my latest trip to India and held talks with high level Indian officials regarding her. I assure you our goal is to immediately free her from all hardships and troubles and ask for a fair hearing with respect to her charitable services to the poor.”
After just two days of Zarif’s reply to the celebrities, came the twitter message of the Indian foreign minister which brought much hope to supporters of Narges.
Following Swaraj’s message, Narges expressed happiness in a personal message she left for one of the journalists at the Tehran Times, saying “I’m counting down the days to freedom.”
“Within the space of just a few days, both Dr. Zarif and Sushma Swaraj made public statements regarding my case which I am extremely grateful for. Obviously because this has happened in India, it is a huge step that Sushma Swaraj has now gotten involved. It just shows that if you fight for your rights, eventually you will have to be listened to. That’s all I ever wanted, to be heard and to be given a fair chance”, she noted.
18-year-old Romanian girl auctions her virginity for 2.5 million euros to pay her college fee
India Today, | Edited by Neha Vashishth
But, when it comes to a perfect happy ending, we guess the ball is definitely in her court.
The world is changing fast and we know that. GenY around the world is opting for the weirdest and strangest ways to make money and there’s no denying that. While some are making skits and videos on YouTube, others are becoming sugar babies. But, it looks like selling one’s virginity is the ‘real’ deal nowadays.
18-year-old Aleexandra Kefren from Romania did the same when she shocked the world by announcing that she will be selling her first ever sexual experience for money last year.
Kegren said that she will be selling her virginity through a German escort service, for a minimum of 1 million euros to anyone around the world.
Kegren finally announced that she auctioned her virginity for about 2.5 million euros (approx. 17 crore). The escort service known as Cinderella Escorts booked Kegren for the highest bidder, a businessman from Hong Kong.
Aleexandra Kefren faced a lot of backlash on social media for her decision including from her family. Kefren’s family told her to take a step back or they’ll disown her but it didn’t stop her from chasing her dreams.
She said, “I wanted to sell my virginity with Cinderella Escorts rather than giving it to a future friend who might have left me anyway. And I think many other girls have the same attitude.”
She also added, “How many would possibly forgo their first time in retrospect if they could have 2.5 million euros instead? Everyone has to ask himself this question. Of course, there will be different opinions, but everyone should be able to represent and live their own.”
Aleexandra Kefren said she auctioned her prized possession because she needed money to fund her college. But, it was later learnt that her parents are already quite settled in life.
The escort service that arranged this ‘arrangement’ received a lot of auction options from around the world from girls after Kefren’s successful deal was finalised. The agency keeps a share of 20 per cent and gives the rest of the amount to the auctioneer.
Well, it might be not a traditional way to success but it definitely is an unusual one.