Tough laws were enacted in 2012, but crimes against women have continued unabated.
More than 5,000 people have signed a petition demanding Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde quit after he told the government technician at a hearing: "If you want to marry (her) we can help you. If not, you lose your job and go to jail."
The mortal remains of a 19-year-old Dalit woman from Hathras, who died in a Delhi hospital after sustaining serious injuries during an alleged gang rape, was cremated early Wednesday in her village amid tight security.
The horrific rape and murder of Telangana veterinarian took a strange turn with all the four accused being shot dead in an ‘encounter’ by the Telangana police, a few days
United States President Joe Biden has promised that America will share the Covid-19 vaccine technologies with other countries as part of the programme to fight the pandemic as well as be ready for similar future outbreaks of epidemics at the second global
April was a cruel month for this region. Fine dust from the Sahara and Sahel enveloped us all, causing eyes to water, coughing, sneezing, and driving delicate souls indoors. Fine dust disappeared the Kyrenia and Troodos ranges in Cyprus, denied visibility
This week, we’ve heard predictions from the Met Office that the probability of surpassing 1.5C heating within five years has now jumped to 50 per cent. Temperatures are reaching 50C in parts of the world. We’ve heard reports of 195 “carbon
The Supreme Court is unravelling. The leak last week of Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion that would overturn the 1973 abortion-rights precedent Roe v. Wade is just part of it. The court began to leak even before the opinion (there were reports