A slew of personalities including Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Lilly Singh, Hrithik Roshan and Malaika Arora and many others have come out in support of actress Preity Zinta, who spoke about being harassed in a post on social media.
The media reports have surfaced alleging her reactions to the on-going police probe of her husband Kundra and his involvement in a case relating to production and distribution of pornographic films. On Wednesday, a Mumbai court denied bail to Kundra and his associate.
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The Saudi Security Forces have arrested a Yemeni man for harassing a minor girl in a public place in Riyadh. Security forces also arrested a citizen in his twenties Taif Governorate.
Janneke Parrish, an Apple program manager, said the iPhone maker informed her that she had been terminated for deleting material on company equipment while she was under investigation.
At a media conference on Tuesday, Morrison had said he would drive cultural change amid mounting public dissatisfaction over a series of allegations about the mistreatment of women, and conceded there had been unhappiness with his handling of the issue.
The US-based organisation said in an emailed statement late on Saturday it had decided to sever its contract with PT Capella Swastika Karya and its national director Poppy Capella, who also holds the license for Miss Universe Malaysia.
Lieutenant General Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, made a phone call to Maitha Mohammed, a content maker at the New Media Academy, who published a video clip titled ‘My Story with a Victim of Harassment’, in which she recounted how she helped a 13-year-old girl, who was subjected to online harassment.
It was recently reported that photos of more than 80 Muslim women were uploaded on an open software development platform (GitHub) called "Sulli's Day Deal."
Police chief said the incident was a result of "previous enmity" among neighbours. He gave no further details but media reports said a 16-year-old relative of the perpetrators had killed himself by jumping in front of a train after the married 21-year-old woman rejected his advances.