New Delhi Gangrape Case
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2012 New Delhi gangrape case: Supreme Court reserves its verdict on review plea filed by death row convict
The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved its verdict on a plea by death row convict Mukesh Singh seeking review of the top court judgment upholding his death sentence in the 16 December, 2012, New Delhi gangrape case
Indians should be happy that BBC 4 made and screened India's Daughter because it shamed the country just as the way Channel 4 shamed Sri Lanka.
A prominent writers group in the US has said the Indian government's decision to ban the BBC documentary on the Delhi gangrape incident has "backfired" as attempts to suppress the film have given rise to a broader debate on issues of women's rights and freedom of expression.
Hanging the convicted rapists in the "Nirbhaya" case might afford justice but it's not prevention. To prevent rapes, we need a zero-tolerance not just for rape, but to nip sexual violence in the bud and make for safer streets.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde invoked the Delhi gangrape incident during a speech at the World Economic Forum while emphasising that expectations of Indian women on gender equity must be met.
It’s clear that even after this gang rape our politicians have not gotten the basic lesson. Rape is rape. And no means no. There’s no dress code for rape. There is no curfew hour. No character certificate is needed.