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Should a man acquitted of rape be addressed as a ‘rape case survivor’?

By NewsGram staff writer A trial court in Delhi recently expressed concern over society's behavior towards the men who are accused of rape but are...

Aruna Shanbaug, in vegetative state for 42 years, dies

By NewsGram Staff Writer The long ordeal of Aruna Shanbaug, the victim of 1973 Mumbai rape, has finally come to rest. Shanbaug, who suffered a brutal...

Uber vs Orbit: Justice is about uniformity in judgments, not hypocrisy

By Gaurav Sharma The body of the 13-year-old girl who died after being thrown off the bus by molesters in Punjab’s Moga district still awaits...

Diminishing Hindu population in Bangladesh: Is ethnic cleansing the real reason?

By Anirban Choudhury Arup and Priyanka Bose Kanta A bitter fact in today’s Bangladesh is that the Hindu population is dying out. The narrative that describes the...

‘Whose Case’: Mumbai policemen shun responsibility; 5-year-old rape victim made to wait for 4 hours

By NewsGram Staff Writer In yet another shocking incident of sexual brutality, a 5-year-old child was raped by a man near her home in Wadala...

Singapore jails Indian artiste for false rape claim

By NewsGram Staff Writer An Indian origin artiste who has performed in Aashiyana Club of Singapore was caught by police and jailed for three weeks...

NDMC to launch all women taxi service in Delhi from next month

By Newsgram Staff Writer The New Delhi Municipal Corporation is planning to launch an all women Cab service in the city under its authority in...

SHAME: Why Modi govt is worried about airing of India’s Daughter but not the rapes?

By Prateek Kumar After the heinous and brutal gender-related incident of “Nirbhaya” that caused an outrage in India, raping the innocent souls for fulfilling ones...

Ban on BBC documentary India’s Daughter: Why is it not surprising at all

By Harshmeet Singh The Government seems to be developing a special liking for the word ‘ban’. The latest in the series of absurd bans is...

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