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Hiding family issues to patriarchy, 'House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths' throws a light on several problematic aspects within the typical Indian family.
The spine-chilling Burari deaths that happened in 2018 were brought to light again with the Netflix series ‘House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths’. The eleven member Chundawat family were like any other middle class family who had been living in the neighborhood for the last twenty years. They also had a grocery and plywood shop in the same vicinity.
Rajeev Tomar the policeman who entered the Burari house after the incident, stated that he had never seen a scene like this in his entire career and the visuals still haunt him. He was in shock to see the entire family hanging with their hands tied and their eyes covered. The documentary mentions that there were 11 diaries that were found with various other notes that further deepened the mystery surrounding the deaths.
Jivuben, who became a mother at 70, travelled 150 kms twice a month for IVF procedures. It's a miracle, but there are Qs like who will raise the child as he grows?
After struggling to conceive for almost 45 years, Jivuben Rabari became a mother at 70! She welcomed her child through C-section in the eight month of pregnancy.
Jivunben who is reportedly 70 years old and her husband who is 75 hail from Kutch in the state of Gujarat. They had been struggling to have their own baby since four decades and were unsuccessful. They finally were able to have their child through IVF (In vitro fertilization).
Ajay has 10-years of work experience in market strategy, international business development consulting and key client accounts relationship, across varied sectors and within a multi-cultural work environment. Ajay maintains extensive industry contacts, within India and Canada.
Most recently Ajay worked for the Government of Ontario, Canada and was responsible for bilateral trade and investment relations between Ontario and India. Prior to this Ajay spent 4 years traveling across Tanzania (East Africa), building an employment-generating social business, which he scaled into a million dollar venture within 18 months.
Noted academician, trainer and author, Anil Agashe has spent over 17 years teaching in institutions such as PUMBA SIBM, SIIB, SCMHRD and others after a long career in industry with The United Western Bank Ltd., Western India Group of Companies in Corporate Finance and Project Management and First Leasing Company of India Ltd.
He has conducted corporate training for companies like WIPRO, HUL, L&T, Godrej, Oracle, BMC Software, Thermax, Tyco, DB,WNS, Amdocs, Avaya, SEMCO and Volkswagen.