26 Mar 2015
New Delhi: The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) on Thursday made its first arrest in infamous West Bengal nun gangrape case in which an elderly nun was allegedly gangraped at a convent school in Ranaghat.
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.
25 Mar 2015
New delhi: Mumbai based Pankhuri Awasthi and Uppekha Jain, who rapped about rape in their three-minute video was uploaded on YouTube 1 week ago.
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.
18 Mar 2015
Kolkata: The Catholic Bishops' Conference of India on Wednesday requested Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to hasten arrests of those who gang raped a 71-year-old nun in West Bengal's Nadia district that sent shockwaves across the country and beyond.
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".
16 Mar 2015
Ranaghat: Police have detained a total of 10 persons in connection with the alleged gang rape of an elderly nun and loot at a convent school in West Bengal's Nadia district.
14 Mar 2015
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday described the alleged gang rape of a nun in a Nadia convent as "horrific", promising a CID (Criminal Investigation Department) inquiry into the incident.
26 Mar 2015
Washington: Uber has said it was ramping up safety in response to rape allegations against a driver in India and growing concerns about background checks for operators of the popular ride-sharing service.
11 Mar 2015
Washington: Former top cop and BJP leader Kiran Bedi has said that the controversial BBC documentary on the Delhi gang rape case need not have been banned by the government without watching and analysing it, as it meets the "needs of crime prevention strategies" in chauvinistic segments of Indian society.