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Feb 28, 2018
Ahead of Holi, Delhi University student says 'semen-filled' balloon was thrown at her, police trying to contact girlA Delhi University college student has claimed in a social media post that a group of unidentified men allegedly threw a "semen-filled" balloon at her recently.
Feb 12, 2018
Maneka Gandhi says CCTVs in buses don't ensure women's safety, not effective in preventing molestationUnion minister Maneka Gandhi on Monday said installing CCTVs in buses is not effective in preventing incidents of molestation and ensuring women's safety.
Dec 15, 2017
Indian Railways to install CCTV cameras at 983 stations using Nirbhaya Fund, Centre tells Rajya SabhaThe railways has identified 983 railway stations for the installation of CCTV cameras using the Nirbhaya Fund, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Friday
Dec 10, 2017
Delhi Transport dept recommends digital monitors with GPS to help passengers check route, ensure safetyTo further enhance the safety of passengers, especially women, digital monitors will be installed in cabs to keep a track of the route taken by the driver, a Delhi Transport department official said
Dec 04, 2017
Gujarat Assembly polls: Rahul Gandhi steps up attack on Narendra Modi with series of questionsIn the last one week, Rahul Gandhi has stepped up his attacks on the BJP and Narendra Modi, asking the prime minister one question every day on various policy and administrative issues
Nov 30, 2017
Kirron Kher's advice on women's safety is a throwback to every well-meaning, imposing auntie you've ever hadIf you have an aunty like Kirron Kher, you’d spend a lot of time explaining to her that her well-meaning, genuinely heartfelt pleas to “take care” just add to the anxiety you face as you wade through a world full of men who you’re expected to see as dangerous
Nov 29, 2017
India's growing affluence doesn't promise its women more rights, safety; ranks 131 of 153 in global indexA nation's economic well-being does not necessarily ensure gender parity or women safety, a new index concluded. India is an example of this disparity.
Nov 18, 2017
Delhi govt to form 'Mahila Suraksha Dals' to curb crimes against women in national capitalManish Sisodia said the Delhi government would form "Mahila Suraksha Dals" (women protection groups) to curb crimes against women in the national capital
Nov 14, 2017
Delhi L-G Anil Baijal directs officers to weed out illegal storage, sale of acid in the city to promote women safetyBaijal has directed officers to devise a mechanism with active participation of all stakeholders to weed out the "menace" of illegal storage and sale of acid
Nov 11, 2017
Delhi air pollution: Arvind Kejriwal government calls off odd-even policy after NGT asks it to remove exemptionsThe Delhi government on Saturday called off the odd-even scheme, which was to be implemented from Monday