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Jan 17, 2017
Bihar shocker: Principal, three teachers allegedly rape 12-year-old student; accused still at largeA 12-year-old student of a government school was allegedly raped by the principal and three teachers in Bihar's Jehanabad, police said on Monday.
Jan 13, 2017
Odisha: Smart city Bhubaneswar's cops are not equipped to protect womenBhubaneswar is bracing up to be one of the smartest cities in the country and security and safety should take top priority. Else, it will become a city where hooligans run riot and law keepers prefer to plod, and the women prefer to stay indoors.
Jan 07, 2017
Bengaluru molestation: #StartAConversation to fight for your right to loiterJust when it was okay to toot the 2017 horn, women were handed a punch with the recent molestation and sexual harassment that women in Bengaluru had to endure on New Year’s eve.
Jan 06, 2017
Bengaluru molestation: Share your scare on #StartAConversation, the stories you never toldArray
Jan 03, 2017
Bengaluru molestation: NCW issues notices to Abu Azmi, G Parameshwara for sexist remarksThe National Commission for Women (NCW) on Tuesday issued notices to Karnataka Home Minister G Parameshwara and Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi for allegedly making sexist comments regarding the molestation of women by a mob on New Year's Eve.
Jan 03, 2017
Bengaluru molestation: Blaming Abu Azmi serves no purpose; take cops to task insteadWhy blame Abu Azmi? The mindset is so pervasive and deeply entrenched that it's pointless wasting time slamming their remarks. How come we never discuss the need for better policing?
Dec 24, 2016
Though considered insignificant, stalking claims several innocent livesDespite stalking being clearly defined and considered a crime under Clause 354D of the Indian Penal Code, the Indian police continue to ignore it as simple case of molestation thus endangering the lives of several women across India
Dec 17, 2016
Four years since Jyoti Singh's death, yet poor governance fails to protect womenRaped, injured and left to die on a busy Delhi road, her own identity had an anonymous end. Jyoti Singh lives on as Nirbhaya, a reminder that violence lives next door.
Dec 16, 2016
2012 Delhi gangrape: Has women's safety improved since Jyoti Singh incident?The gangrape of Jyoti Singh on 16 December, 2012 that shook the country’s conscience and triggered massive outrage, is something that has been imprinted on our collective memory forever
Nov 18, 2016
Women’s safety: Technological innovation can help, but cannot actually change peopleIndian-American philanthropists Anu and Naveen Jain recently announced the launch of the Women’s Safety XPRIZE