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MP nurse held for clicking photos of minor rape victim, her records

Indore (MP), Jul. 5 (PTI): Police have arrested a senior nurse of the state-run Maharaja Yeshwantrao Hospital here on the charge of trying to reveal the identity of the Mandsaur gangrape victim by clicking the minor's pictures on her mobile phone, a senior official said on Thursday.

Deputy Inspector General of Police Harinarayanachari Mishra told PTI the police personnel posted near the ward in MYH, where the victim is undergoing treatment, learnt that senior nurse Rama Kushwaha (50) had clicked photos of the eight-year-old victim and her medical reports on her mobile camera.

During an investigation, the information was found to be authentic, he said.

The nurse is being questioned as to why she clicked the pictures of the victim and her medical documents. It is suspected that she wanted to send these photos to someone, Mishra added.

The DIG said that a case has been filed against the nurse under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act and relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code. A detailed investigation is under way.

The victim was raped on June 26 after being abducted from outside her school by two men. After the sexual assault, the accused had tried to kill the minor by slitting her throat with a knife, police had said.

The victim was admitted to the MYH on June 27. After her health improved, she was shifted to the private ward from the ICU on July 3.

The police have arrested the two accused— Irfan alias Bhaiyu (20) and Asif (24)— and booked them under the relevant sections of the IPC and the POCSO Act.


Streamlined life cycle assessment of residue utilization options in Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) water extract manufacturing process

Life cycle assessment (LCA) is often used to compare alternative process options in terms of their overall impact on the environment to easily identify the most environmentally friendly alternative. In this work, a streamlined LCA study was conducted to assess three different residue utilization schemes for Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) extract production. The case study was firstly simulated using a batch process simulation software. The results of mass and energy balances obtained from the simulation software were then subjected to life cycle analysis. By evaluating the different schemes for using the fibrous residue from the extraction process, the potential for environmental process improvement was identified. Overall, use of the residue as process fuel was found to be the most environmentally friendly option. It produces the least emissions and reduces resource usage per unit of product than the other options evaluated.


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