Udupi: Woman with Two Kids goes Missing from Volakadu

Udupi: A woman has gone missing along with her two children since September 22 from Hazira Manzil, Volakadu here.


Mohammed Ismail Abdul Aziz filed a complaint at the Town Police Station Udupi stating that his daughter Dr Nazma Banu Ismail and her two kids, Ayisha M Delwi (10) and Ameer Azamath Delwi (3), had gone out from the house on September 22 around 11:30 am and never returned.

She has neither visited any friends nor relatives. A complaint has been filed in the Town Police Station in this regard.

Anyone who notices the woman and kids are requested to contact the Town Police Station by calling: 0820-252344 or 9480805445


  1. So, the hijab did not save the lady from disappearing!-Mr.B.Dinesh

    Sir,The Hijab is suppose to protect the modesty of women is being misused by their own people like once Bollywood use to portray them in Movies.

    So I believe you can’t stop someone from eloping even naked.

    Jai hind

    • Does it mean that modesty is not protected if a woman doesn’t wear hijaab? What do you think of millions of hindu, christian and other women who don’t wear hijab?

      • What do you think of millions of hindu, christian and other women who don’t wear hijab?-Atheist Mr.Original

        A common misconception is that Muslim women are the only ones who cover their hair. It may be true that Islam is the only religion in which most women follow its directives to cover the hair, but it is not the only religion to have such directives.

        There can be only one answer to this: yes, it is! Simply open the Bible to the First Epistle to the Corinthians, chapter 11. Read verses 3-10.

        But I would have you know that the head of every man is Christ and the head of the woman is the man, and the head of Christ is God. Every man praying or prophesying with his head covered, disgraces his head. But every woman praying or prophesying with her head uncovered disgraces her head, for it is the same as if she were shaven. For if a woman is not covered, let her be shaven. But if it is a disgrace for a woman to have her hair cut off or her head shaved, let her cover her head. A man indeed ought not to cover his head, because he is the image and glory of God. But woman is the glory of man. For man was not created for woman, but woman for man. This is why the woman ought to have a sign of authority over her head, because of the angels.

        Mother Mary(Peace upon her) is depicted with headgear and even Nun these days follow the same.

        I know that Hindu is a different religion and India has different customs.In Northern India, a ghoonghat (ghunghat or jhund) is a veil or headscarf worn by women to cover their head, and often their face. The ghungat was popular in India until at least the 1930s, but its usage has steadily declined since. However, the ghunghat is still in use in rural parts of northern India, especially in Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh.

        As the ‘Ghungat’ dropped from the head and slipped through the chest many Originals started looking women with weird manner.Today in Modi’s India every 22 minutes women is being raped because of modesty.

        Original western Bikini culture may have influenced you lot.Kindly keep your prying eyes from the dirty gazing.We may have Khajuraho in one hand but our women still carry the dignity.

        Jai hind

    • o I believe you can’t stop someone from eloping even naked- Pharmaan from Shaikh saab

      So is it concluded by now that the lady has indeed eloped? Why jump to the conclusion? Did she have marital problems? What about her Pati Dev? No mention of him? It takes two hands to clap. Let us hope no foul play is there.

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