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       Malayali names daughter after Asifa
 
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NEELESWARAM (KASARGOD): As the whole Nation unitedly condemns the cruel rape and killing of Kathua (J&K) girl, a Malayali man has come out with a special way of paying homage to the sweet eight-year-old daughter of India. He gave the name of Asifa Bhanu to his new-born baby girl on Saturday.
 
It is Kasargod Neelswaram native Ranjith Ram who has done this noble act.
 
Rajith, a sub-editor with Mathrubhumi newspaper, had announced this on his Facebook along with her daughter’s photo. The post begins with the sentence, “I have named… Yes… that only… Asifa S Raj…She is my daughter’.
  
Ever since the post was uploaded, his FB wall has been flooded with complimentary comments. More than 20,000 persons have shared the post.
 
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