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Tamil Nadu to regulate sale of acid to curb attacks on women #Vaw #Womensday #goodnews

  Reported by Sam Daniel, Edited by Sabyasachi Dasgupta | Updated: March 08, 2013 , NDTV   Chennai: Tamil Nadu would soon be the first state to regulate sale of acid across the counter in an effort to stop acid attacks against women. Chief… Continue Reading →

#India- Prisons shut away from all human rights

Hindustan Times New Delhi, February 24, 2013 West Bengal‘s Dum Dum Central Jail could put the notorious Abu Ghraib in a shade going by some of the disturbing incidents which have taken place there recently. A mere request for better… Continue Reading →

One death penalty every third day in India; UP tops the list #shameindia

 Saturday, February 16, 2013 Satya Prakash, Hindustan Times New Delhi, Notwithstanding the rarest of rare doctrine propounded by the Supreme Court, awarding death penalty does not appear to be so rare for courts in India. Indian courts gave death penalty to… Continue Reading →

#India -Make gender sensitivity part of police appraisal #Vaw #womenrights

VijaitaSingh : New Delhi, Mon Feb 04 2013, 02:32 hrs A high-level meeting headed by Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth last month cleared a series of measures to check cases of crime against women in the wake of the Delhi gangrape incident,… Continue Reading →

IMMEDIATE RELEASE-SC directs compulsory registration of FIRs in all missing children cases

Press Release   17 Jan., 2013, New Delhi:  In a major breakthrough, the Supreme Court of India has passed landmark directions for registration of First Information Reports (FIRs) in every complaint of missing children in the country. In a writ petition… Continue Reading →

The rapist in the mirror #delhigangrape #Vaw #gender

PRAVEEN SWAMI, The Hindu If we are to combat sexual violence in our cities, it is time to begin discussing the dysfunctions of young urban men “I remember seeing a documentary about some animal being eaten from behind while its… Continue Reading →

Rapist in the family: The great Indian cover-up #Vaw

by Danish Raza Jan 10, 2013, Firstpost #Delhi rape #NewsTracker “It is true, trust me,” says Bina Jain, as she recounts one of the many incest cases she encountered in three decades of running Bapun Ghar, a women’s shelter in… Continue Reading →

#India-Assault on women with disabilities draws focus #Vaw

By Shounak Ghosal, TNN | Jan 7, 2013, KOLKATA: Close on the heels of the alleged rape bid on a woman with disabilities at Thakurpukur in December last year, 25 organizations representing persons with disabilities have petitioned Justice J S Verma, the chairperson of the commission formed… Continue Reading →

Danger is near: 99% victims in Tamil Nadu knew their rapists #Vaw

By Christin Mathew Philip, TNN | Jan 7, 2013, MORE rape cases|National Crime Records Bureau|sexual harassment|All India Democratic Women’s Association Of the 677 cases of rape reported in Tamil Nadu in 2011, 675 victims knew the perpetrators, according to govt… Continue Reading →

#India- Why subsidise the rape capital? #Vaw

Garga Chatterjee | Agency: DNA | Sunday, December 23, 2012 There should be no doubt at this point — Delhi is the rape capital of South Asia. No amount of regular manicuring of Lutyens lawns and NewDelhi-Gurgaon-style faux ‘cosmopolitanism’ can take… Continue Reading →

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