JNU's selective outrage over alleged sexual offenders reeks of hypocrisy that must be structurally addressed
JNU: The fact that one complainant is fighting a lone legal battle and another set has found support in a campaign that made national headlines shows it is not the person but the ideology of the offender that matters more.
Khabar Lahariya met with some of the men who've been pulled into the net of Uttar Pradesh Police's Anti-Romeo squads
India issues 16th note verbale to Pakistan foreign ministry, asks it to ensure safety of staff at Islamabad mission
In yet another diplomatic note, India on Thursday asked Pakistan to ensure safety and security of its officials working at the Indian mission in Islamabad
Pakistan summons India's deputy high commissioner over allegations of diplomats being harassed in New Delhi
Pakistan has summoned India's Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh over the alleged harassment of officials and families of the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi, according to the Pakistan Foreign Affairs Ministry.
The vibrant colours of Holi may have settled down, but the harassment of many of Delhi's women has left behind scars that refuse to fade.
A 43-year-old man was on Thursday arrested in Navi Mumbai the Railway Protection Force (RPF) after he allegedly tried to forcibly kiss a woman commuter
Kerala: 20 girls walk out of Ernakulam orphanage claiming harassment by nuns, complaint filed under Juvenile Justice Act
Around 20 girls walked out of an Ernakulam orphanage in Kerala on Friday night alleging they were harassed by nuns, according to a media report.
A senior media executive who was stalked by a stranger while out on a morning walk said she has now been contacted by the accused's mother, asking her to drop the charges.
More than 36 hours, one police complaint and many tweets later, the man who stalked this Mumbai woman has still not been apprehended
An Army jawan was arrested on Friday for allegedly parading a woman with a garland of slippers around her neck in Alur village in Maharashtra's Osmanabad district
Girl dies after being set on fire by spurned lover in Secunderabad's Lalaguda area; one youth arrested
In a shocking incident, a girl died of burns, two days after she was set afire in full public view by two youth in Hyderabad
Facebook is building on existing features to prevent fake and inauthentic accounts on its platform. The feature allows them to identify fake accounts.
IndiGo woman staffer forces men who misbehaved with her at Hyderabad airport to touch her feet; video goes viral
As one of the accused kept saying sorry, the air hostess asked him to bend down. When he did that, she ordered him to touch her feet as the policemen looked on. She eventually did not lodge a complaint
After Swathi's murder, another violent stalking case reported from Chennai; families were reluctant to approach police
In 2017, only 32 cases of stalking were registered in Chennai, however, the police believes the number could easily be around 270 complaints a month in all the 135 police stations combined
All unwelcome physical contact not sexual harassment, unless in nature of sexually-oriented behaviour, says Delhi HC
Justice Vibhu Bakhru, who made the observation, also said that even an accidental physical contact, though unwelcome, would not amount to sexual harassment.
George HW Bush apologises to Heather Lind for groping her; New York actress Jordana Grolnick alleges he 'grabbed her' too
Two actresses have come forward accusing former US president George HW Bush of sexually harassing them in public
Kanpur's DPS Kalyanpur student attempts suicide, alleges harassment from teachers and principal in note
A student of DPS Kalyanpur attempted to commit suicide after being harassed by students, teachers and the school principal on Saturday
Centre's reluctance to safeguard 'transgender rights' in wages bill regressive, shows judicial wins alone don't end discrimination
By refusing to specify 'third gender' within the wages bill, the law ministry has suggested that transgender identity and rights be negated, and that goes completely against the tenets of the NALSA verdict
Haryana stalking case: BJP's silence, dysfunctional law and order machinery make victim's fight necessary
The cowardice of the cops in dealing with the Vikas Barala in alleged stalking case because of his links to BJP and the public shaming of the victim are the reasons why the victim's fight is important
In July, Google emerged triumphant in its fight with the US Department of Labour over supplying pay gap data.