Though educated and enterprising, women from this area face the same problems as women the world over. The stories in this collection explore their lives, giving readers everywhere a greater understanding of what it means to be a daughter of Kerala. Paperback , pages.
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A year-old father and his two daughters became the latest victims of moral policing after a group allegedly assaulted them and demanded proof of his relationship with his daughters while they were waiting for a bus at Kalpetta town in Wayanad. Suresh Babu of Parayil House at Ambukuthi near Muttil was allegedly assaulted by seven auto drivers when he was waiting for the bus to Bengaluru with his two daughters - aged 18 and 13 respectively - on the night of February Babu and his daughters were on a trip to Bengaluru to watch a football match on March 1.
Kalpetta police have registered cases against seven persons. Police said they are yet to identify the accused and would be holding an identification parade on Monday.
Soumya was taken for questioning when she was convalescing at a state run hospital near Kannur after being admitted for nausea and indigestion - incidentally the same symptoms that her parents and her daughter suffered from before they died. Her family mysteriously died over a period of four months: On January 31, her daughter Aishwarya died, her mother V Kamala 68 died on March 7, and on April 13, her father Kunhikannan 76 passed away. All of them reportedly had the same symptoms.