Delhi rape protests
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Apr 26, 2013
Delhi rape: ACP who slapped protester finally bookedThe assistant commissioner of police of Khajuri Khas, Delhi, who was suspended after he slapped a protester in front of the AIIMS hospital, has been booked under IPC section 323 (voluntarily causing hurt).
Apr 22, 2013
Delhi minor's rape: Protests take on political colourArray
Apr 21, 2013
Delhi child rape: Aam Aadmi Party, BJP dominate protestsProtesters spilled out on Delhi's streets for the second day, protesting the brutal sexual assault on a five-year-old girl and the police's alleged mishandling of the case.
Jan 21, 2013
India rapes on: We need change, not candle light marchesEven after a month since the dastardly gang-rape and murder of a young girl in Delhi shook the conscience of the nation and generated an unprecedented uprising of its people, India’s shameless tale of raping its women continues unabated.
Jan 16, 2013
The government is finally taking social media seriouslyAt first, the government ignored the presence of this class of citizenry which bonded online and then took to the streets. But lately, it has admitted that there is no escaping social media.
Jan 04, 2013
Delhi HC questions arrest of protesterThe Delhi High Court Friday issued notice to the Delhi government and the commissioner of police on the plea of a youth saying he was "illegally detained" by police during the anti-rape protests last month.
Dec 31, 2012
Delhi rape: No woman will ever feel safe if another does notIf we really seek change, let us stop lying about ourselves. When it comes to gender, there cannot be any hierarchy of safety or sensitivity.
Dec 31, 2012
Chemically castrate rapists: BJPAgainst the backdrop of the Delhi gang rape incident, BJP today suggested maximum punishment to the accused in rape cases --- either death penalty or chemical castration.
Dec 27, 2012
Delhi rape: Protesters demand security boost in DelhiAs the Delhi gang-rape victim battles for life in a Singapore hospital, hundreds of protesters Thursday held a sit-in demonstration to demand better safety and security for women in the country.
Dec 27, 2012
The Bhadralok and disco: Why the twain shall never meetFrom the chief minister to minister wannabes, there's this one breed of Bengalis who will never forgive the disco for being the Pandora's Box they think it is. Abhijit Mukherjee, the President's son, is just one of them.