2012 Delhi Gangrape
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2012 Delhi gangrape: SC likely to pronounce verdict on review pleas of three convicts after 2 pm today
A 23-year-old paramedic was gangraped on the intervening night of 16-17 December, 2012 inside a running bus in south Delhi by six persons.
Kathua rape case: Political parties' reaction to the crime will affect how Valley perceives Indian State
Several political parties are trying to generate political capital from the rape and murder of an 8-year-old girl in Kathua. This may affect peace in the region.
Ex-Karnataka DGP HT Sangliana receives public ire for comment on 2012 Delhi gangrape victim's mother 'good physique'
A former Karnataka senior cop has found himself surrounded by fresh controversy for his alleged remarks over the physical appearance of Asha Devi, mother of 2012 Delhi gangrape victim Jyoti Singh
8-month-old baby raped in Delhi: Outrage won't save India's children from sexual assault; stringent laws needed
Are we prepared to grasp the issue of sexual violence involving children and address it in order to create a new set of laws for the 21st Century to protect our children?
Ritika Sharma's paintings record the daily discomforts of women using Delhi's public transport systems
The number of rapes reported each year in Delhi has more than tripled over the last five years.
Lawyers refusing legal aid to youth for cheering Pakistan belittles profession, violates code of ethics
Bar associations like Burhanpur and Laskar who passed resolutions restricting the right to legal aid of youth cheering for Pakistan are a stain on the long tradition of the Indian bar, whose members have take pride in taking briefs that were against the popular or government sentiment of the day
Over five years since the fateful December 16 night, when a 23-year-old woman was brutally gangraped shocking the entire nation, not much has changed at the bus stop in South Delhi from where she and her male friend had boarded the bus.
The Supreme Court on Monday confirmed the death sentence awarded to the four convicts in the 16 December, 2012 gangrape and murder case, terming it the 'rarest of rare', most brutal, barbaric and diabolical attack on the 23-year-old paramedic student
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
Two teenaged girls were allegedly gang raped by five boys in Delhi's Aman Vihar on Thursday.
Vinay Sharma, accused in 2012 Delhi gangrape, has been admitted to the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital in Delhi after he attempted suicide on Wednesday night in Tihar jail, reported
On Thursday, the political manthan in the Gandhi household revealed the party's chief ministerial face in Uttar Pradesh: Sheila Dikshit. But why?
The Supreme Court clarified that the two amicus curiae appointed by it on the appeals of the four death row convicts in the 16 December, 2012 gangrape.
The convicts in the 16 December gangrape and murder case have moved the Delhi High Court challenging the sentence awarded to them in a robbery case.
In a bid to curb sexual violence, a couple of weeks ago, Union I&B Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad tweeted about new rules mandating a panic button on every cell phone sold in the country from January 2017.
The Kerala murder case is actually much more heinous than the one in Delhi in 2012 While the Nirbhaya gang-rape took place in a moving bus in the middle of the night, Jisha was murdered in broad daylight in the perceived safety of her home
Daughters of Mother India: Vibha Bakshi's documentary is an exploration of why our society keeps failing women
The 2012 Delhi gangrape jolted the country into action — opeds were written, police and the judiciary was criticised, most importantly and people began looking inwards. Vibha Bakshi’s Daughters of Mother India, a 45-minute documentary in a similar exercise.
The Rajya Sabha has cleared the Juvenile Justice Bill. The focus now shifts from the offender to the offence, and we devote our energy to deciding what constitutes an ‘adult’ crime committed by a juvenile
Juvenile Justice Board rules Delhi gangrape convict 'not the most brutal'; was brutalised by his depiction
Much of the emotional anger against his release is predicated on the belief that this juvenile was the most bestial of the lot and his bestiality stood out.