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Sep 08, 2017
BJP leader Eknath Khadse booked for making obscene remarks against social activistVakola Police in Mumbai booked senior BJP leader Eknath Khadse for allegedly making "obscene remarks" against social activist Anjali Damania.
Jun 15, 2017
Cable operator employee arrested for uploading obscene photos of women of FacebookEmployee of a cable operator was arrested in West Bengal's Serampore town for allegedly uploading obscene photos of women on Facebook.
May 21, 2017
Four booked for raping minor girl in Rajasthan's Sikar district, sharing obscene video on social mediaFour youths have been booked by police in Sikar district for circulating an obscene video of a teenage girl after allegedly abducting and raping her
May 03, 2017
'Triple talaq': Three wives join forces to keep husband from becoming fourth time luckyA man's plan to marry for the fourth time hit a hurdle after his previous three wives divorced through triple talaq approached police, accusing him of making their obscene MMS and raping a minor.
Mar 26, 2017
Kerala minister AK Saseendran quits after tape containing sleazy conversation with woman surfacesKerala Transport Minister AK Saseendran resigned on Sunday after an audio emerged in which he is heard having a lewd conversation with a woman on phone.
Mar 02, 2017
SC seeks response from Maharashtra govt on plea challenging law against dance barsThe Supreme Court on Thursday sought a response from the Maharashtra government on a plea of a bar dancers' body challenging the constitutional validity of a 2016 state law putting conditions on dance performances by women in bars and hotels in the state.
Feb 28, 2017
Google expresses helplessness over preventing upload of obscene video contentThe government today raised its hands before the Supreme Court and conceded that as of now there is "no mechanism" to prevent uploading of obscene content like videos of sexual violence on websites, before these are uploaded.
Feb 24, 2017
Supreme Court questions Google on obscene content; AI could be used to prevent illegal uploadsThe Supreme Court of India has questioned Google on whether something can be done to deal with the uploading of obscene content, such as videos with sexual violence, on YouTube. As Google argues, there is no legal obligation on it to discover and monitor such illegal content.
Feb 23, 2017
Supreme Court asks Google about internal mechanism to identify and take down obscene contentThe Supreme Court today sought to know from internet service provider Google whether it could "prevent" uploading of obscene contents like videos of sexual violence on websites.
Sep 11, 2016
A colonial era law was used against Urdu writer Rahman Abbas; 10 years later, he's finally freeHaving battled obscenity charges against his 2004 novel Nakhlistan Ki Talash for 0 yars, Rahman Abbas was finally acquitted by a Mumbai court in August 2016. He looks back over his long battle