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Fellow nurses, kin bid adieu to Aruna Shanbaug

Fellow nurses, kin bid adieu to Aruna Shanbaug

18 May 2015

Mumbai: Aruna Shanbaug, the former nurse who died after lying in coma for 42 years following a brutal sexual assault at a hospital here, was laid to rest this evening with hundreds including nursing fraternity bidding a tearful adieu. The nurses of the KEM hospital at Parel here, who took care of her for long, were keen to perform the last rites of Aruna instead of her kin.

Aruna Shanbaug,   Euthanasia law,   bid adieu to Aruna,   sexual assault,   KEM hospital,   Sexual assault Nurse,   Rape victim,   Latest Nation News,  
Park Street <strong>rape</strong> <strong>victim</strong> dies

Park Street rape victim dies

13 Mar 2015

Kolkata: The Park Street rape victim, who was brutalised inside a moving car in February 2012 and took on the West Bengal government in her fight for justice, died of multi-organ failure in a city hospital today.

Park Street rape,   Park Street rape victim,   West Bengal government,   suzette jordan death ,  
Aamir salutes Park Street <strong>rape</strong> victim's courage

Aamir salutes Park Street rape victim's courage

14 Mar 2015

Kolkata: Condoling the passing away of the Park Street rape survivor, who died here of encephalitis, a "shocked" and "deeply distraught" Aamir Khan said he was "overwhelmed" by her "courage to stand up against all odds".

Aamir Khan,   Park Street rape victim,   Anglo-Indian,   Satyamev Jayate,  
Asaram case: Security of deceased witness' family tightened

Asaram case: Security of deceased witness' family tightened

14 May 2015

Muzaffarnagar: The security of family Akhil Gupta, a slain witness in a case against self-styled 'godman' Asaram, has been increased following an attack on another key witness in Panipat.

Asaram case,   Security of witness,   Akhil Gupta,   Godman Asaram,   Narayan Sai,   Rape case,   Latest Nation News,  
Uber cab <strong>rape</strong> case: <strong>Victim</strong> to be cross-examined tomorrow

Uber cab rape case: Victim to be cross-examined tomorrow

04 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Hours after the Delhi High Court allowed the accused driver who is facing trial in the Uber cab rape case to recall 13 prosecution witnesses, a court here on Wednesday said the victim will be cross-examined on Thursday.

Uber cab rape case,   Delhi High Court,   Uber cab driver,   Uber cabs India,   Uber rape case victim,  
One in four Indians admit to practicing untouchability: Survey

One in four Indians admit to practicing untouchability: Survey

04 May 2015

New Delhi: 65 years after untouchability was abolished, one in four Indians admit to practicing it in some form in their homes-- a shocking fact revealed by a pan-India survey that was flagged at a seminar of Dalit intellectuals, writers and academicians here.

Untouchability,   Human Development Survey,   Dalit intellectuals,   pan India survey,   National Council of Applied Economic Research,   NCAER,   Latest Nation News,  
Dimapur lynching: Accused had consensual sex with <strong>victim</strong>, Nagaland government tells Centre

Dimapur lynching: Accused had consensual sex with victim, Nagaland government tells Centre

11 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Nagaland government has conveyed to the Centre that Syed Sarif Khan, who was lynched by a mob in Dimapur last week, did not rape the girl who accused him of assaulting her but they had consensual sex twice.

Nagaland government,   Centre,   Syed Sarif Khan,   Dimapur lynching,   Dimapur killing,   Dimapur rape accused,  
Ambedkar a <strong>victim</strong> of 'political untouchability': PM Modi

Ambedkar a victim of 'political untouchability': PM Modi

20 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Describing B R Ambedkar as a victim of "political untouchability", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday credited the key architect of the Constitution for his own growth from a humble background.

BR Ambedkar,   Untouchability,   Narendra Modi,   Constitution of India,   Congress,  
Moga incident: Family refuses to cremate <strong>victim</strong>; Badal says ownership of bus will not affect probe

Moga incident: Family refuses to cremate victim; Badal says ownership of bus will not affect probe

01 May 2015

Moga: The family of the teenage girl, who was killed after being molested and thrown off a moving bus belonging to the ruling Badal family in Punjab, has refused to cremate her till the administration fulfills their demands for compensation and cancellation of the transport firm's permit.

Moga bus incident,   Moga molestation,   Punjab molestation,   Teenage girl,   Badal family,   Badal bus service ,  
Home Ministry mulls legal action against maker of documentary on December 16 gang-<strong>rape</strong> <strong>victim</strong>

Home Ministry mulls legal action against maker of documentary on December 16 gang-rape victim

04 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Home Ministry is contemplating to initiate legal action against documentary filmmaker on December 16 gang-rape victim for violating stipulated permission conditions, official sources said here on Wednesday.

Home Ministry,   December 16 gangrape,   Nirbhaya documentary,   Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Tihar Jail,  

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