The Delhi High Court on Thursday expressed concern over children allegedly committing suicide while playing the 'Blue Whale' Challenge, an internet suicide game, that has been allegedly linked to the deaths of several children worldwide
Like the 'Blue Whale' internet game, people can nowadays be persuaded to do anything, the Supreme Court observed on Wednesday
A PIL was on Wednesday moved in Delhi High Court seeking directions to internet companies like Google, Facebook and Yahoo to take down the links of 'Blue Whale', a challenge-based suicide game
Parents of a sixteen-year-old boy who committed suicide on July 26, raised doubts on Tuesday that it was due to the Blue Whale Challenge game that their son ended his life
The government has directed technology giants, including Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Yahoo to remove all links which direct users to the dangerous online game 'The Blue Whale Challenge'
Government has directed internet majors - Google, Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, Microsoft and Yahoo - to immediately remove the links of dangerous online game Blue Whale Challenge, which has led to suicide of children in India and other countries
In yet another incident, a class 10 student hailing from West Bengal allegedly committed suicide by suffocating himself on Saturday, following instructions on the infamous 'Blue Whale' online game
Another child is suspected to have fallen victim to the Blue Whale Challenge. A 15-year-old boy from Jalgaon allegedly committed suicide four days ago as completion of his 'last task' of the game
In a bizarre incident, a Class-7 student allegedly attempted suicide while playing an online game named ‘Blue Whale’ in his school premises in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore. The student was trying to jump off the building while two other students were trying to hold him, said a teacher of the school. Recently, a class 9th student committed suicide while playing the same game in Mumbai
Apparently playing the infamous online game `Blue Whale challenge', a 13-year-old boy on Thursday tried to jump off the third floor of his school here, but fellow students thwarted his attempt, police said
Timely action saves 14-year-old from Solapur, suspected to be playing the deadly sucide game Blue Whale Challenge, who left his home and was on his way to Pune for a task
The online 'game' Blue Whale Challenge is being blamed for adolescent suicides; the possible cause of a recent death in the city. Can it be viewed in isolation? Why do kids resort to such fatal steps?
There has been a sudden spike in the number of teenage suicides in the country. mid-day interacted with renowned Mumbai based psychiatrist Dr. Harish Shetty to find out the causes and steps to tackle the problem
Actress Kirti Kulhari says it's great to play fun games, but if they put people at risk, stay away from them. Her message has come days after The Blue Whale internet game reportedly claimed the life of a teenager
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Parents of Andheri teen Manpreet Sahans, who committed suicide say in police statement that he loved his PlayStation, but they had no knowledge of him ever taking up the Blue Whale Challenge
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has expressed concern over the impact of The Blue Whale internet game which reportedly claimed the life of a teenager in Mumbai. He said, 'Life is given to live, not give it up before time.'
A Siberian court sentenced the 22-year-old Russian creator of the Blue Whale game Philipp Budeikin to three years in jail for inciting Russian youths to kill themselves
While kids across the city are committing suicide because of the Blue Whale Challenge, one social media group is taking the bull by the horns and helping kids find their way out
Cases of depression and suicide among children are on the rise in India. Renowned psychiatrist and member of Indian Medical Association (IMA) and Indian Psychiatric Society, Dr Harish Shetty feels that an unhealthy lifestyle, disconnection syndrome and emotional stress is compelling children to take this drastic step. According to Dr Shetty, family bonding and good parenting can help deal with depression. Therefore, his message to parents is, “If a child is in trouble, do not avoid him/her; hug the child a little stronger and a little longer, parents can never be replaced”. Watch the video to know more about the causes of depression and the different ways to tackle it.