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Karugiya Malargal

Author Name: Badri | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

Despite various measures provided under our legal system to protect the modesty of women, they still face savagery in the society that leaves them with malevolence and trauma. Lack of evidence to prove the crime against the women leads to criminals walk-out unpunished. This abhorrence towards women should change. As a society, we have an imperative role and cooperation to bring about this change.

This story revolves around the killing of two women, Sangavi and Vasantha, who are encountering many challenges in society. That too, in which a woman is unnecessarily killed, unfortunately. After recovery of a headless dead body and a deserted dead body, both are women, it poses a great challenge for the police team in hoarding the evidences, with little clues in hand. With swift action and rigorous planning, they finally they crack the case and bring the criminals to books, successfully.

Although this story is depicted on some of the events of a true event, the name, town, address, and the whole story is all imaginary.

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Badrinath

Badri – Badrinath Thattai – is living in Pune, Maharashtra, with his wife who is working with Indian defense organization. He has a Daughter who is a doctor and a Son, serving as Major in Indian Army who lives with his affectionate wife and a little daughter.

Worked in India and abroad, he spent over 35 years in the corporate world in legal and human resources areas that includes couple of years practicing as an advocate in Pune courts. By qualification, he is a commerce and legal graduate and a registered Bar Council member. Post is voluntary retirement, he took his passion for writing and choose to write his first book in his mother tongue, Tamil.

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