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Explained: Why the recent outrage among public for Unnao case?

Unnao district in Uttar Pradesh has been in the news for all the wrong reasons in recent years.

Firefly Community raising awareness on sensitive social issues

Hyd-based Firefly Community is a platform where one can speak, sensitise, educate themselves on a host of sensitive social issues

US official says UN has ‘lack of curiosity’ on Xinjiang

The UN is “failing to speak out about the situation in Xinjiang, failing to demand access in a meaningful way and to investigate these very serious and credible allegations.”

Security audit of women hostels in Madhapur

Hyderabad: The Cyberabad Police SHE Teams have identified 140 women hostels in the Madhapur zone for auditing security measures under the Project Safe Stay...

Actress Meera Chopra complains of abuse, threats on Twitter

The tweets were made through a few Twitter handles bearing pictures of the Tollywood actor and according to the police here, have been deleted now.

Women safety a high priority, says Union govt, lists measures

Emergency Response Support System provides a pan-India, single, internationally recognised phone number (112) based system for all emergencies, with computer aided dispatch of field resources to the location of distress

‘The rapist is you’: Chile hymn against sexual violence goes viral

Similar performances have been staged by women as far away as Paris, Barcelona and Mexico City

Monsters deserve no mercy

Seven years after the Nirbhaya tragedy pricked the nation’s conscience and brought international attention to the rampant sexual violence in India, little has changed...

Delhi girl wants to become voice of rape victims in India

Anu Dubey was found sitting alone for hours on a silent protest in the Lutyens area in order to stage a demonstration against Hyderabad Police for "failing to act" on time.

‘Dignity March’ reaches Hyderabad

Survivors of rape and sexual violence and families from various States participated in the march.

Warriors for peace

Mukwege and Murad are, in many ways, the defenders of human dignity and can shake the world out of its complacency.

Nobel Peace Prize goes to Congolese doctor, former IS hostage

Nobel Committee on Friday awarded the Peace Prize to Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege and former Islamic State (IS) hostage and human rights activist Nadia Murad

Perfect platform to explore the depths of depression

The event, presided over by Dr mohan agashe, served as a platform to address the issue in depth

Bisexual women more prone to sexual assault

They become an easy target for perpetrators due to intoxication

New Delhi: Driver held for flashing in front of German woman

New Delhi: An Indian chauffeur was arrested on Saturday after a German woman accused him of masturbating in front of her in an upscale...

70 per cent of sexual violence happens within families: Anurag Sharma

"We normally do not like to talk about it and that is where the problem lies" says Anurag Sharma, Telangana Director-General of Police.

Toddler dies after ‘rapists’ throw her from rickshaw

Police said they had registered a case of murder and gang rape after the alleged attack on May 29 in Gurgaon, on the outskirts of New Delhi.

Priyanka calls for protection of child victims of sexual abuse

Priyanka Chopra called for an increased support for the child victims of sexual violence and awareness that underage sex related problems.

Gender sensitisation needed from school level, observes SC in Nirbhaya case

A child should be taught to respect women in the society in the same way as he is taught to respect men, says Justice Banumathi.

‘Higher incidents of rape in India linked to open defecation’

Women who use open defecation sites like open fields or the side of a railway track are twice as likely to get raped when compared with women using a home toilet.

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