Delhi HC recalls adjournment order in plea filed by 2012 gangrape convict Pawan Kumar Gupta, lists matter for today
Minutes after the Delhi High Court on Thursday adjourned the hearing in the plea filed by one of the four convicts in the 2012 Delhi gangrape case to 24 January, the court recalled its adjournment order and listed the matter to be heard on Thursday itself
Delhi gangrape case: Convict Pawan Kumar Gupta moves HC claiming he was juvenile in 2012, says ossification test was not done
Seeking to be declared a juvenile at the time of occurrence of the 2012 Delhi gangrape, convict Pawan Kumar Gupta alleged that his ossification test was not conducted by the investigating officers
'Don't insult Veer Savarkar': Shiv Sena's Sanjay Raut warns Rahul Gandhi over remark; BJP slams Congress leader's jibe at 'national icon'
Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut warned Maharashtra ally Congres to not 'insult' Damodar Savarkar and that there will be 'no compromises' the Hindutva icon
Nation hails 'justice' meted out in Kathua rape and murder case but sexual assaults continue unabated; 13 cases reported in two weeks
The fact that the legal system in India does not deter rapists is evident in the number of reports of rapes that came in even after news of the Kathua verdict spread.
Plea in Supreme Court seeks direction to Centre on registration of marital rape cases, calls for clear guidelines
A petition has been filed before the Supreme Court seeking direction to the Central government to ensure that there is a clear guideline for registration of cases related to marital rape under framed guidelines and laws.
Journalist Priyanka Dubey spent six years travelling across India to document cases of rape and sexual assault. Her reportage, compiled in a book, presents a stark picture of the problem, and looks at the path ahead.
A 21-year-old woman was allegedly raped by 10 men near Issewal village on the banks of the Sidwan canal, about 15 kilometres from Ludhiana, after the car she was travelling in with her friend was stopped and she was dragged out, the police said on Monday.
sexual assault on young girls in India and Pakistan are "heart breaking", the spokesperson of the UN chief said, underlining that the world body is trying to address the issue through access to education and women empowerment
The branch manager of a nationalised bank was arrested for allegedly raping a 20-year-old Russian woman
Academic studies on rape in India are beginning to examine the offenders' perspective as well
The marital rape question remains untouched by courts because the myth of familial zone of privacy perpetrated by the State needs to be kept alive.
The petition puts forward a pretty skewed representation of the anti-rape law, by projecting the idea that rape cases are easy to win, when, in fact, rape convictions were at a five-year low last year.
Is rape sentencing in India a joke? Judgments based on stereotypes have played pathetically important part
Men who had raped unmarried virgins got higher sentences because the courts considered the survivor’s loss of virginity an irreparable damage.
When politicians make noisy bombastic statements about killing rapists, it’s a neat little diversion from work.
Crimes like rape and molestation have witnessed almost a three-fold increase in the metropolis since 2010-11 according to a Praja Foundation survey
Only 4944 people were convicted for rape, whereas a whopping 12,705 accused were acquitted this year.
When Aruna Shanbaug died after lying in a vegetative state in a Mumbai hospital for over four decades, many naturally wondered whatever happened to the man who sexually assaulted her.
Daily Mail has reported that Krishnan has been flooded with at least 90 more videos of rape, mostly submitted by rape survivors.
In the cacophony surrounding violence against Indian women, we need more voices like Suzette's.
India’s Daughter is doing something that Indians fear. It’s washing our dirty laundry in public. India’s Daughter might as well have been called India’s Shame.