As per the procedure, during the test identification parade (TIP), a group of persons including one suspected of having committed a crime are assembled to see if the victim and eyewitnesses can identify the suspect.
Mumbai police today requested a court here to bar the media from covering the proceedings in the photojournalist gangrape case.
Shiraz Rehman Khan, Vijay Jadhav and Kasim Bengali faced the wrath of the women, who attacked them with eggs while they were being escorted to a jeep after being produced before the court in Mumbai.
Rape, it appears, is never the real issue for us; it is where the victims and the perpetrators belong.
Mumbai Police have recovered one more mobile phone that was carried by one of the accused at the time of the crime, a senior police official said today.
Sexual violence against women isn’t something a few evil men do: it’s among the most everyday crimes there is. Instead of debating the serious public policy interventions need to address it, though, we’re wasting our time in mindless polemic.
Novelist Chetan Bhagat came in for flak from netizens today after he used the imagery of rape to describe the rupee's free fall.
Not even a week has passed that a 23-year-old photojournalist was gangraped in broad day light in one of the busy parts of Mumbai that report of yet another attack on a woman has surfaced today.
Mumbai police commissioner Satyapal Singh says women need to choose between promiscuity and staying safe, moral and moral policing. Maybe he is right.
The 22-year old photojournalist was discharged from Jaslok Hospital late on Tuesday night, after her condition improved considerably.
Chavan also said there was no headway in the probe into the murder of social activist Narendra Dabholkar who was killed in Pune early this month by unidentified assailants.
National Commission for Women (NCW) Chairperson Mamta Sharma will on Thursday meet the photojournalist who was last week gangraped in Mumbai and also inquire with police about the progress made by them in the case.
The accused in the Mumbai gangrape case have admitted to having earlier committed two rapes and a molestation inside the deserted Shakti Mills compound, investigators said.
Controversial model Poonam Pandey is appalled, amused and annoyed by talk that her provocative pictures on the internet and in magazines are responsible for the increase in crimes against women.
From passing legislation to drafting policies, Indian lawmakers fail its women at several levels.
Forensic experts from Gujarat and Delhi on Tuesday arrived in Mumbai to collect evidence at the Shakti Mills compound where a photojournalist was gangraped six days ago.
The five accused were known as the "macchi market chors" were residents of this area and locals say that they were known troublemakers who would not work and could not keep a job.
Less than a week after a photojournalist was gangraped in the city, a 28-year old woman was on Monday attacked by an unknown man with a sharp weapon while she was boarding a train at Goregaon station.