crimes against women

  • Caught on CCTV Gang of six women looting Mumbai shop

    In the cctv footage it is clearly seen that on Monday at around 5 in the morning, six woman of one carrying small child with her comes near the shop. They sit near the shop's shutter and one of them keep watch on any activity. After few minutes two women gets up and start to open the shutter. Story & Video by Shiva Devnath, Mid-Day

  • Woman thrashes romeo for making vulgar phone calls

    The woman lured the 30-yr-old, who used to make vulgar calls at odd hours, to Kurla station on the pretext of meeting him, thrashed him and handed him over to the GRP. Story & Video by Shiva Devnath, Mid-Day

  • The truth behind a masked Afghanistan

    In a country where human rights are often compromised in the name of religion, Afghanistan's women face daily struggles from all quarters. Video courtesy: 1TV media/ Sami Mahdi

  • Who amongst us have not followed girls Sharad Yadav shocker

    While the Parliament was debating tough, new laws for crimes against women today, several politicians made remarks that were not only shocking and unflattering, but also undermined the seriousness that the new anti-rape bill called for. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Tamil Nadu 2 women died in acid attacks

    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 Minister J Jayalalithaa has announced that the state would pass an ordinance to regulate sale of acid. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Delhi Chief Minister on why women are at risk everyday

    Why is public transport unsafe, a young woman asks Sheila Dikshit Video adapted from NDTV

  • Our heads hang in shame over crimes against women Sonia

    Amid national concern and outrage over sexual crimes against women, Sonia Gandhi, the head of the ruling Congress, said today, "Our heads hang in shame because of the rapes, crimes that are committed against women in the country." Video courtesy: NDTV

  • SC seeks explanation for lathicharge on women

    The Supreme Court has taken suo moto cognizance of police lathicharge on a woman in Tarn Taran. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Hang the culprits says family of 3 minor sisters who were raped murdered

    Temper is rising among residents in Bhandara after police failed to make any arrest six days after three minor sisters were brutally raped, murdered and thrown into a well. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • 3 hungry minors raped murdered

    As India celebrated the One Billion Rising movement to fight violence against women on February 14, three little sisters aged five, nine and 11, went missing from their home in a small Maharashtra village. The next day, their dead bodies were found in a well on the outskirts of the village, next to a roadside dhaba or eatery. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Women cry rape when caught Congress MP shocker on Suryanelli case

    Women activists and the Left in Kerala are outraged by the comments of a parliamentarian of the Congress party who has said that the woman who was allegedly raped by 42 men in 40 days was a child prostitute. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • You slap them we will catch them Mumbai top cop tells women

    He says since cops don't have the right to slap criminals, women could do so and police will bring the criminals to book. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Women dont feel safe in Delhi says chief minister Sheila Dikshit

    A day after an irod rod was shoved down the throat of a student shouting for help while a man tried to rape her, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said, "Women don't feel safe in Delhi." She said "fears have risen" after yesterday's assault in South Delhi. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Meet Mumbais women commandos

    In the wake of the Delhi gang-rape, as police forces around the country get set to induct more women personnel, Mumbai is all set to get it's very own GI-Janes - an elite group of 43 women commandos who will tackle crimes against women. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Noida rape exposes unhelpful cops Four suspended

    The Noida Police on Sunday arrested two suspects for the rape and murder of a 21-year-old woman in Sector 63 and punished five policemen for dereliction of duty in the case. Four policemen were suspended and the fifth was transferred. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Women who cross Lakshman rekha invite trouble BJP minister

    Kailash Vijayvargiya, a minister in the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh, has blamed women for the crimes against them. "We are forgetting our traditions and crossing our limits. If you cross the 'Lakshman rekha', you will be punished," he has said. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Delhi Police workshop trains cops to be women friendly

    Forty officers from across ranks and police stations are attending the three-day workshop to learn how to be more sensitive and responsive to crimes against women. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Two women injured in acid attack in Uttar Pradesh

    Two women were waylaid and attacked with acid by a man in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Do our films objectify women

    After the uproar over rape cases in the country, one of the arguments that has come up is the portrayal of women in cinema. Many believe that objectifying women in Bollywood is one of the reasons of the increasing crimes against women in India. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • School teacher gang-raped in UP

    A primary school teacher was today allegedly gang-raped by three persons and her valuables looted while she was on her way to school in Nagla Madhu, police said