Mr Ravindra had criticised Ms Anitha on Facebook for neglecting her husband and giving importance to some Telugu Desam leaders and he also criticised the MLA for her silence on issues in her constituency.The police said that Ms Anitha, who belongs to the Schedule Caste community, had lodged the complaint with Three-Town police and the case was transferred to the SC/ST Atrocities Cell and the ACP of the cell, B. Sources said that Mr Ravindra is a native of Narsaraopeta in Guntur district and an MBA graduate.Visakhapatnam: In what some see as a clampdown on dissenting voices by the state government, yet another person, Bengaluru-based software professional Ippala Ravindra, was arrested and interrogated by police on Wednesday for allegedly posting objectionable comments on Facebook criticising Payakaraopeta MLA V. He was booked by the ST/ST Atrocities Cell of the Visakhapatnam police under the SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Act, rather than for his posts on social media under the IT Act.Mr Ravindra was picked up from Bengaluru by the Vizag police on Tuesday and brought to the city on Wednesday.Question: I am a 38-year-old married woman with a child. I was brought up in a conservative family, where I never used to hang out with men or had an affair or anything else before marriage. I had an arranged marriage and have no issues with my husband. But what I feel for the man I met on Facebook is completely different. I go mad if he doesn't talk to me even for a single day. But, I can still feel the magic of that moment, which I never experienced with my husband of almost 18 years.I suggest you to please work on your marriage and try and cement your bond with your husband.
See our disclaimer about external links and our quality guidelines.Chin told police that he was the head coach of the Ben Davis High School boys golf team and an assistant coach for the girls team.He said he taught honors English, critical thinking and other classes at the Indianapolis high school.A suspect in the sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl that was streamed live on Facebook was turned in to a police station by his mother.The teenage girl, from Chicago, was allegedly assaulted by five or six males as around 40 people watched on the video streaming service without reporting the attack.