An Unforgettable Incident

  • Hrm Incident 1

    HRM Incident 1: 1. The Human resource function was affected by Hurricane Rita on the following maters: The external environment has been changed due to an unanticipated event that had direct influence on the Labor market, Competition & Custumer and there for it influence the 5 functional areas of the HRM 2. I believe it will be typical to a disaster because, like in the case of 9/11, the unanticipated event can change the way things have been until that point and there is a situation of uncertainty

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  • Hrm Incident

    MAN 4031 " A Problem Ad " pg. 132 HRM incident 1 1) Dorothy basically just posted an ad with general rather than specific qualifications for two software design engineers. Dorothy never mentions in her ad the type of experience desired by the company nor did she provide a job analysis with the exact skills, duties, and knowledge required for the position

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  • Nims and Incident Command

    NIMS and the Incident Command System The way this nation prepares for and responds to domestic incidents is about to change. It won't be an abrupt change; best practices that have been developed over the years are part of this new comprehensive national approach to incident management known as the National Incident Management System (NIMS). But it will change � and for the better. Developed by

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  • Incident Report

    back out of my office to the pro loading door, and stayed with the other male at the front of the store to make sure there was no further incidents between the two males. The Peoria Police Department arrived on scene approximately four to five minutes after I called the police. I advised them what happened, after he and other officers investigated the incident, the male was cited for Disorderly conduct, and was trespassed from the store.

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  • An Unforgettable Experience

    Journal 4 : The Unforgettable Experience of My Life. I wondered what others had to say regarding their past encountring mishaps and accidents especially during their childhood life. I remembered when I was at the tender age of five. I was quite playful and active child of the age of mine. As simple minded as a child, I never heed to advices and ban the elders used to cry at. Of course being a child of no experience made me curious and persistent to do things as the grown-ups did. Never did I thought

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  • Ramlila Maidan Incident

    Constitution itself and, therefore, these rights can be abridged only to the extent laid down. The Ramlila Incident was a very unfortunate event. The Supreme Court of India took suo moto cognizance of the case and gave a new dimension to the Fundamental Rights stating that the right to sleep peacefully was a part was Article 21 and thus a Fundamental Right. The brief facts concerning the incident are that Baba Ramdev wanted the government to bring all the black money in foreign countries back to India

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  • The Unforgettable Momment

    An Unforgettable Moment It was November 5, 2012. It was raining and you could notice the clouds in the sky even though it was dark. While my father was driving the car, my mom was talking nonstop and my brother was taking a nap on my lap. I was staring out of the window and was thinking of that moment I was barely waiting for; the unforgettable moment of having my last thoughts while traveling to the airport, facing my dad’s feelings and saying goodbye to my parents . Many times I had thought

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  • Create an Incident Response Policy

    The Information System Incident Response Team has been created to provide direction and oversight of all activities directly related to intrusion of information technology equipment, telecommunication services, software network availability of the Healthcare IT infrastructure. The purpose of this policy is to establish a protocol to guide a response to a computer incident or event impacting Healthcare computer equipment, data or networks. This policy applies to employees, contractors, consultants

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  • Critical Incident

    My chosen toolkit is: MCI personal competencies model Summary of critical incident At the Residential Weekend I have noticed the critical incident, which was interesting to me. It has taken place after “Building bridges” task. Our group was giving feedbacks. The positive feedback from others about my contribution to the team impressed me, as most of the time I felt myself disengaged, not providing any tangible support for the task and disappointed as a result. The evidence for this was X‟s

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  • Critical Incident 5.3

    OPMT 102-1HE 5-3 Critical Incident pg. 537 1. Who are classified as protected-group employees? Does Paul Davis qualify as a member of this group? Why or Why not? Protected group employees: · Racial/Ethnic origin · Gender (women) · Physical or mental disability · Age (over 40) · Religion · Military Service I believe that Paul would qualify under the disabilities because of his psoriasis; however he should have informed management of his condition and shown documented proof of his

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  • Unforgettable Moment

    Unforgettable Moment in Monas When i was in Senior High School, my family and i went to Monas. That was the first time i came to there , i was very happy. The weather was bright and shini. But, before we arrived in Monas, we wanted to pray at Istiqlal Mosque. The mosque was very clean. It was the biggest mosque in Indonesia and had a beautiful views. After that, we directly went to Monas and we looked around the environment . It was very amazed. Many peoples in Monas. My family and i was enjoyable

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  • Incident at Oglala

    Name Instructor Date Course Incident at Oglala Incident at Oglala is a 1992 film is a good but also biased documentary which talks about the murder of two FBI agents at the pine ridge Indian Reservation in the year 1975. The film purports to show that one convicted suspect who was referred to as Peltier Leonard didn’t commit this crime. In the year 1975, the FBI agents Coler Jack and Williams Ron pursued a robbery suspect into the reservation. Within few minutes, there was a gunfight which was

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  • Mace Incident

    Question 3: You are a Bahamian protesting outside parliament during the 1965 Mace Incident. Give an account of your experience during this event. It was April 27, 1965 on Bay Street the main thoroughfare in Nassau. Thousands of us protesters and supporters were outside protesting that the government should listen to the voice of the people. The Parliamentarians could hear all of that what was being said from the crowd below. We were led by the late Sir Cecil Wallace. Everyone came in full support

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  • Incident Report Administration

    11-99, 08-00, 06-01, 06-02, 1-03, 5-03 I. Purpose To assure that all incidents not consistent with the routine operations of the hospital or the routine care of a particular patient are reported to the quality management department so that immediate attention and responses can be given to individual occurrences. Statistics can then be derived from the collective number of incidents reported and will serve as a basis for adverse patient trends, patient safety issues, or other

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  • Incident Response Plan

    downloaded onto his work computer. This is where an incident response plan comes into play in case of something like this may come along. The intentions of an incident response plan are to mitigate the damage caused by misappropriation or mistreatment of a corporation's workstations or system assets and to thwart the forfeiture of or impairment to electronic communication assets (UC-Davis, 2001). There are many reasons for using an incident response plan such as how attacks can be handled more

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  • Crisis Incidents

    badly. A ruse that could be an advantage according to Mcmains & Mullins (2013) is lying to the actor about a favor. For example, if the lights were left on where the actor was located, the negotiator can lie and tell the actor that he talked the incident commander into keeping the lights on because he/she felt that the actor was basically a good person that made a bad mistake. This lie can never be revealed by the actor (unless leaked out by law enforcement) because the actor really does not know

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  • Incident Command

    HAT 1 March 4, 2014 A disaster of any time cause chaos among those affected and loss of valuable time trying to coordinate efforts. In 1968 at a fire chief meeting in Phoenix Arizona and incident command system was established to organize our responses to a disaster large, small, natural or man-made ("Incident command system," ). This system was designed to help lessen the communication errors by establishing common terminology which identifies...who's in charge, what is needed and who is expected

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  • Create an Incident Response Policy

    is 4550 security policies and implementation | Unit 8 Assignment 1 | Create an Incident Response Policy | | John C Diggs (14473273) | 8/20/2014 | | Unit 8 Assignment 1- Incident Response Policy An Incident Response Policy (IRP) for privately operated mid-level clinics as well as for major hospitals are created to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive information stored on facility workstations and servers. The IRP will keep these medical establishments

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  • Incident Report

    room (36B), Officer Y and Officer X, realized that neither of them had searched Moore’s car and City Towing had already picked up Moore’s vehicle and impounded it at the City Impound Yard. In addition, neither officer had completed as search as incident to arrest as Officer X and Officer Y mistakenly believed that the other had conducted the search. During the search of Moore’s hotel room, Officer X searched Moore’s personals and found 16 grams of crack cocaine and $516 cash on his personals. Moore

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  • My Unforgettable Trip

    My Unforgettable Trip to California Mirna El Hadi American Intercontinental University English 106 Dr. Rebecca Coleman January 12, 2013 “My Unforgettable Trip to California” This past April, my friend and I took a five-day trip to California, where we visited San Francisco and the Napa Valley wine country. We flew out on a Friday morning and stayed in the Golden State until Wednesday afternoon. During our visit, we saw quite a bit of gorgeous scenery, ate some scrumptious food

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  • Nims & Incident Management System

    emergency responders at all levels to work together effectively and efficiently in the management of domestic incidents regardless of their size and complexity. Unfortunately for first responders, emergency management personnel and 168 unfortunate souls in Oklahoma City on that fateful day, there wasn’t. Derived from the Homeland Security Presidential Directive-5, the National Incident Management System (NIMS) was developed by the Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge, to develop a consistent

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  • Incident-Response Policy

    Incident-Response Policy Rami Asad DeVry University SEC – 280-19780: Security Submitted to: Professor: Jack Sibrizzi Date: [ 2/12/2015 ] Incident-Response Policy This security incident response policy will explain the list of procedures that need to be taken after a malware attack that made the network operation shuts down for Gem Infosys. The policy plan will have multiple phases that include defining what comprises the security incident and the response phases. The response phases

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  • Case Incident Term Paper

    Chapter 4 Case Incident 1 IS IT OKAY TO CRY AT WORK? I. Study/Analysis Study Questions: 1. What factors do you think make some organizations ineffective at managing emotions? Some factors that make some organizations ineffective at managing emotions could managers don’t understand psychology, or the organization does not offer programs such as anger management to employees. Emotions are strong feelings directed at someone or something (Organizational Behavior, page 98)

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  • Incident I Will Never Forger

    Incident I will never forget One day, a few months ago, I was alone in my house, when something terrible happened. I can still remember the incident very clearly. My parents were not at home that day, my mother had to rush back to my grandmother house in Melaka because my grandmother had stroke and my father were still at work. My brother and sister are studying abroad. My father returned very late in the night. As I had some school work to do, I stayed at home and decided not to go back to

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  • Incident Action Plan

    Incident Action Plan Jason Robins MGT 401 Hazardous Materials Management Dr. Jeffery Turk Incident Action Plan You look up at the clock on the wall and begin to realize your first day as the newly appointed safety manager of a plastics company. As you look out your office window you begin to realize that’s it been snowing outside and the roads are icing over. There is a knock on your door and one of the dock workers runs into your office shouting one of the delivery vans has slid into some

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  • Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

    Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Jacobs, Harriet Mroz, Jessica March 23, 2011 Harriet Jacobs, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (Barnes & Noble, Inc. 2005). In her book, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Harriet Jacobs is a slave that was born into slavery in 1813 that has decided to share her amazing story of slavery and her struggles to become free. When she was young her parents were “property” of a really nice lady that allowed her family to have a very comfortable life

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  • Incident Report

    MEMORANDUM To: All Managers From: Brandi , Retail Market Trainer Date: April 12, 2015 Subject: Ladder Accident Incident Report- April 2, 2015 INCIDENT On April 2, 2015 at 9:21 AM, Nancy Smith was working the truck shipment shift putting the new shipment of product away alone in the backroom before store opening hours. While Nancy was on top of a ladder putting shipment away on one of the higher stock shelves, she had slipped off the ladder, falling 12 feet to the ground, and

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  • Hrm Incident 1

    Drop Box 1 Com HR after a disaster HRM Incident 1: 1. The Human resource function was affected by Hurricane Rita on the following maters: The external environment has been changed due to an unanticipated event that had direct influence on the Labor market, Competition & Custumer and there for it influence the 5 functional areas of the HRM 2. I believe it will be typical to a disaster because, like in the case of 9/11, the unanticipated event can change the way things have been until that

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  • Major Incidents

    In this report I am going to analyse the importance of inter-agency emergency planning for major incidents It is very important that public services work together and plan how to deal with major incidents, because it makes their job more efficient. They can get the job done quicker, because they know their roles and responsibilities, so not messing around, but doing their duties and run smoothly at the scene. Planning gives them opportunity to get more training so they will know their roles even

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  • Incident Response Plan Example

    Incident Response Plan Example This document discusses the steps taken during an incident response plan. To create the plan, the steps in the following example should be replaced with contact information and specific courses of action for your organization. 1)The person who discovers the incident will call the grounds dispatch office. List possible sources of those who may discover the incident. The known sources should be provided with a contact procedure and contact list. Sources requiring contact

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  • Critical Incident

    Critical Incident: Late Cardizem Drip Salomon Rivas Purdue University Calumet NUR 48200-09 Critical Incident: Late Cardizem Drip The incident I will be writing this paper about actually just happened at my new job. I received my nursing degree last March and started working in LTC last summer. After 6 months experience, I was lucky enough to get hired as a new nurse on a telemetry/ step down ICU floor. I started this position on January 5, 2015 and

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  • Autobiographical Incident

    Autobiographical Incident Have you ever felt so alone? Feeling nostalgic like you’re in a deep isolation and despair? Feeling like no one can be there for you when you feel the earth is against you? I did. Ever since my parents separated, my whole world changed and I can never do anything to bring back those precious moments. I was only eight years old back then. If you could only imagine how an eight year old girl desperately cry in a corner without anyone being there for her. A young girl yearning

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  • Incident at Morles

    ABSTRACT: Incident at Morales is a story of the company that wants to quickly build a chemical plant and to be successful in this competitive world. It also includes a variety of ethical issues where every company has to consider while building a new plant and making a new product. In this story, Phaust Chemical manufactures old stripper, a paint remover that dominates the market. They made a decision to construct a new plant to develop a competing product. To design the new plant, Phaust recruits

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  • Critical Incident

    to allow all employees a means of recording their interactions with our client base. Despite being an outdated, glitchy and cumbersome program, it has generally worked well. However it only works well if all departments use it correctly. The Incident I phoned a client to extract some information regarding a recently completed property deal. The client, although clearly unhappy to be contacted regarding such matters, agreed to provide the information I sought. I used the CRM system, advising

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  • The National Incident Management System

    The National Incident Management System Our experiences of domestic terrorist attacks have taught us many things. For one, it showed how the localized structures and preparedness are not sufficient to effectively and efficiently respond to actual events and threats. It showed how the involvement of agencies at various levels of government could have increased response capacity and how a national approach could have ensured a level of preparedness that is proportionate to the levels of threat that

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  • Incident 6-2

    Incident 6-2 Laconya Bradshaw MGT 210 October 13, 2011 Dr. Linda Wellborn Incident 6-2 1. How would you answer Kim’s questions if you were Ed Jackson? If I were Ed Jackson, I would have started with an apology also, but instead of telling Kim to calm down I would have simply told her not to worry, I would explain step-by-step the steps required to make an effective plan. For example, if I were having this conversation with Kim, this is what I would say: Kim, there are a few basic questions

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  • Incident Responce

    is the snapshot of data from a specific point in time. The data is considered volatile and is subject to change While Archive is long term storage of a document or data file, usually for legal and regulatory purposes. * For recovery from an incident, backup are the most common solution. For recovery from disasters archives are used. Question 5: What is a retention schedule? Answer: Retention schedule guides the frequency of replacement and duration of storage of the backups and archives

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  • Responding to Incidents

    hours | | Qualification covered | QCF BTEC Level 3 National in Public Services | Units covered | Unit 14: Responding to Emergency Service Incidents | Learning aims/outcomes covered | 3. Understand the necessity for scene preservation at emergency incidents4. Be able to review health and safety considerations during an emergency response incident scenario | | Scenario | As a new recruit you must submit evidence for your portfolio to pass your probation period. You must complete a report

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  • Security Incident Report Lab

    Security Incident Report Incident Report #: IR-783 Reported Date and Time: January 12, 2014 Technician: Max Smith Site Location: Sales Department laptop belonging to Howard Telmik. Windows 7 OS. Identification (Type and how detected): Howard in sales called the IT help desk complaining that his system is really slow. He also stated his laptop is behaving weird. Some of his internal reports have been modified and emails from last week have shown up as read. He knows he it wasn't him because

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  • Critical Incident Analysis

    other subjects which did not rely on prior knowledge. In hindsight taking this approach was not very effective in particular in medical training due to the fact that the future scenarios for which I was preparing would not present itself as simple incidents replicating the training environment in which I could simply regurgitate the behaviours that I was conditioned with in order to respond to a particular stimulus. Instead it would be required of me to think critically in each instances as no two situations

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  • Cyber Incident

    Boston Children’s Hospital – Possible “Anonymous” Attack Cyber Incident On April 24, 2014, the Boston Children’s Hospital reported they had been under a cyberattack from an unknown source for the previous four days. This paper will focus on the details of the cyber security incident, the impact of the attack, the consequences, and a brief explanation of the mitigation steps the hospital has taken post incident. The Boston Children’s Hospital was a victim of a cyberattack between the dates of

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  • Incident Command System

    Management Agency (FEMA) website, the Incident Command System (ICS) was developed “in the aftermath of a devastating wildfire in California” (NIMS, 2004) in 1970. During the fire “16 lives were lost, 700 structures were destroyed, and over one-half million acres burned” at the expense of “$18 million per day” (NIMS, 2004) in overall costs. The responding agencies worked as well as they could together but they had many communications issues. Three years after the incident, in 1973 a system known as “FIRESCOPE”

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  • Incident Report

    INCIDENT REPORT From: Lexington Square Tenants To: Management On Sunday February 5th, 2012 while I, Dwayne Wilson a tenant here at Lexington Square #238 was outside playing catch football in the parking lot with my son, my neighbor named David came outside his apt and stood on the ledge at the top of the stairwell, I asked David not to start nothing and he replied, “Fuck You”. I asked David to calm down and he became even more belligerent towards me while me son observed. This in turn frustrated

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  • National Incident Management System

    National Incident Management System 1 RUNNING HEAD: National Incident Management System National Incident Management System February 15, 2012 National Incident Management System 2 National Incident Management System The National Management System provides the template for the management of agencies on all government levels. They provide a proactive and systematic approach to guiding all departments, agencies, all levels of government, non-governmental organizations and the

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  • The Incident

    many languages which include English, Russian, German, French, Japanese, and Esperanto and so on. The Complete Works of Lu Xun is a precious gift that he left to Chinese people and people all over the world. His writing The Incident is a short story full of meaning. It is particularly relevant to our daily lives during the times when we are so eager to become courteous, considerate and caring people instead of being selfish and thoughtless.

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  • Provincial Incident Management System

    |Table of Content | Table of Content Chapter Page 1. WHAT IS THE PROVINCIAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM? 4 2. INTRODUCTION 5 3. CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES 5 4. OVERVIEW OF PIMS COMPONENTS 6 4.1. PREPAREDNESS 6 4.2. COMMUNICATIONS & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 6 4.3 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 6 4.4 COMMAND & MANAGEMENT 7 4.5 ONGOING MANAGEMENT & MAINTENANCE 7

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  • Esposito Incident

    Running Header: Esposito Incident Esposito Incident Business Law I March 12, 2010   Jason Davis an employer who was hosting an arts and crafts show knocked Ms. Esposito, an 80-year-old elderly woman to the ground. After falling to the ground, Esposito fractured her hip on impact. After hip replacement surgery, she was left with a permanent physical impairment and is seeking remedies for her injury through the federal

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  • Incident Essay (Law)

    Kenxxxx x xxxx xx Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Incident at Boeing simulator operations by Kenxxxx x xxxx xx This report is to bring forth the incident at Boeing Simulator Operations on May 18th, 2008. It is a work related accident and in reviewing the key points that I hope to bring out with this report, it will show that it should not have happened and could have been prevented; as a result of this accident my future has been altered and very uncertain with permanent injuries

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  • The Unforgettable Experience of My Life

    Journal 4 : The Unforgettable Experience of My Life. I wondered what others had to say regarding their past encountring mishaps and accidents especially during their childhood life. I remembered when I was at the tender age of five. I was quite playful and active child of the age of mine. As simple minded as a child, I never heed to advices and ban the elders used to cry at. Of course being a child of no experience made me curious and persistent to do things as the grown-ups did. Never did I thought

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  • An Unforgettable Incident

    Certain incidents so impress us that they leave an indelible mark on our memory. I was once involved in an incident of which I shall always have vivid recollections. The incident occurred when I visited a village in India together with my parents, sometime during my holidays last year. Early in the morning on the day the incident occurred, I was talking with a few of my new friends in that village. All of a sudden, a boy of my age came rushing towards us to break the news that violence had broken

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