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Advocate of Ishrat Jahan case attends police event

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Vrinda Grover, who appeared in the Supreme Court in the controversial Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case, reported during the regime of Narendra Modi as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, presented a paper at a National Seminar here ... Kaumudi, 3 weeks ago

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New Indian Express, 2 months ago
New Indian Express

Rape of Older Women Must Incite Equal Outrage

What does menopause have to do with rape? This is a good question and lawyer-activist Vrinda Grover has put it out there for all of us to ponder in light of the regressive judgment passed by the divisional Bench of the Delhi High Court. As shock ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

South Asian journalists, activists call on Bangladesh to reform contempt of court law

This statement was originally published on pen-international.org on 15 December 2014. We, the undersigned journalists, writers, historians and activists from South Asia, are deeply concerned about the use of 'contempt of court' law to curb freedom ...
 Ifex1 day ago SA intellectuals concerned over Bergman conviction  Dhaka Tribune6 days ago
BBC

Indian media: Rape still 'biggest shame'

The Delhi bus gang rape started a nationwide debate on women's safety in India Two years after the horrific gang rape and murder of a student in Delhi, sexual assaults against women continue to be India's biggest shame, papers say. The gang rape of ...
 BBC3 days ago 'Menopause' let-off for rape raises a stink  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Sexual Assault on Women 'Beyond Menopause Age is Not Rape', Rules New Delhi High Court  International Business Times UK1 month ago New Delhi court overturns rape conviction ruling the victim couldn't be sexually assaulted because 'she was beyond the age of menopause'  Sott.net1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Outrage hasn't helped, women's cry for justice still unmet

Activists from All India Students Association (AISA) shout slogans against Delhi Police, protesting the rape of a woman by a cab driver, in New Delhi on Sunday. (Sonu Mehta/ HT photo) The second anniversary of the December 16 gang rape in Delhi is ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Worry at Delhi rape stats

New Delhi, Dec. 11: Rights activists today said the continuing rise in Delhi's sex crime statistics suggested that the tightening of the rape law after the December 16, 2012, atrocity may have failed as a deterrent. They, however, conceded that ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Rape cases- For Delhi Police, lodging an FIR is the last thing in mind  DNA India1 month ago
Firstpost.com

Activists support move to decriminalise attempt to suicide

New Delhi, Dec 10 Activists, lawyers and former police officers Wednesday welcomed the central government's decision to decriminalise attempt to suicide. Senior advocate of Supreme Court and founder director of Human Rights Law Network Colin ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago India decides to decriminalise attempt to suicide  ProKerala.com1 week ago Pretty much everyone agrees that gov't move to decriminalise attempted suicide is a wonderful idea  Legally India1 week ago
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New Indian Express

Special Clinics for Victims of Sexual Abuse on Cards

BHUBANESWAR: The State Government is set to establish Shraddha Clinics in all district hospitals to exclusively deal with victims of gender and sexual violence. The dedicated centres would seek to provide all round care, from prompt treatment to ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

10% of police force to be women

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Women are to constitute 10 per cent of the State police force by 2016, Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has said. Inaugurating a national seminar on Women Police Empowerment here on Thursday, Mr.
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Two-day Conference on Women Police  New Indian Express3 weeks ago

In revised rape law, J&K lets troops retain shield

At a time when the National Conference and the PDP are engaging in one-upmanship over the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act and the impunity enjoyed by the armed forces, another central act adopted by the Jammu and Kashmir assembly earlier this year ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
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