Top Headlines: Better to die than be court-martialled: Sahayak Roy Mathew

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Better to die than be court-martialled: Sahayak Roy Mathew
In the diary, which is likely to be considered a suicide note and is now in police’s possession, Mathew wrote in Malayalam that it was “better to die than face a courtmartial”. Mathew, who was found dead days after he featured in a news website’s sting operation critical of the Army’s sahayak or ‘buddy’ system.
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Government asks banks to enable m-banking for all by March 31
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