Tehelka editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal, who has been accused of sexual assault of a junior colleague, will spend the Christmas and New Year's eve in a prison cell
A Goa court today remanded Tehelka magazine founder editor Tarun Tejpal to 12-day judicial custody in the case of alleged sexual assault of a junior woman colleague
Tehelka editor Tarun Tejpal, accused of sexually assaulting a journalist woman colleague, will be tried in a fast track court by a female judge even as he insisted that whatever happened between the two was "consensual"
After being interrogated here for several hours Sunday, Tehelka editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal, who is accused of sexual assaulting a junior colleague, Monday underwent mandatory medical examinations, which included potency and blood tests
After depicting the brutal Delhi rape case, 'Crime Patrol' will now bring the story of a sexual harassment case from Rajasthan
Oh, another column on the Save our Sisters goddesses campaign. You may think that when you see this. Frankly that's how I felt when I saw the first one ever
The complainant accused 21-year-old Chandraprakash Singh of touching her inappropriately while she was asleep
At a time when the nation mourns the death of the 23-year-old medical student, who was brutally gang-raped in a moving bus in Delhi, yet another girl was allegedly molested in a bus in the capital on Saturday night. Video courtesy: NDTV
Anti-rape underwear, a fashionable vest that can jolt molesters out of their wits or a watch-like device fitted to give abusers an electric shock - students from various colleges and schools in the country are channeling their outrage and anger over sexual attacks on women in the country through several futuristic innovations.
Dismissing media reports of decline in foreign tourist arrivals following the Delhi gangrape and recent incidents with foreign tourists, Minister of State for Tourism K Chiranjeevi Wednesday said the figures were "positive".
Last fortnight of 2012 saw an average of three rape and five molestation cases being reported in the nation's capital on a daily basis
Even as all of India is still simmering in the aftermath of the Delhi gang rape, and an increasing number of cases related to harassment, molestation, rape and even death, keep getting more column space and air time, in our publications and social media platforms, and on television, respectively, a few realities faced by Indian women, in the larger picture are yet to find plausible solutions
Three people, including a B.Tech student, were arrested in with three separate cases of attempt to rape and molestation here, police said Saturday.
As nation simmers over Delhi gang rape, academic institutions are educating students about dealing with sexual harassment
Principal rapes woman after spiking drink. Video courtesy: NDTV
Woman raped, murdered in hospital. Video courtesy: NDTV
There is shock and outrage after the Tehelka and NDTV expose shows what our policemen actually say about rape victims. 30 cops in Delhi and its suburbs are caught on hidden camera. The sting operation exposes the utter insensitivity of the cops as they are caught making remarks on a number of cases like the recent gangrape of a teenager in a moving car in Noida, and the Gurgaon pub rape case where the woman was dragged out of her cab and raped by six men. Reacting to the expose, the Delhi Police said it does not endorse the remarks and action will be taken if such loose comments have been made. Video courtesy: NDTV
Drunken savages go at a girl in gurgaon during new year's celebrations. cops come to the rescue Courtesy : RedChilliGod
Over the past couple of months Delhi, has been witnessing an average of one rape case almost everyday and experts have attributed the alarming trend to two major factors a low conviction rate and lack of better and preventive policing
Drunken man reportedly barged in when victim was alone at home. Police file case of molestation