Updated 03:56 AM Jul 13, 2014

Centre to launch rape crisis centres across India: Maneka Gandhi

Centre to launch rape crisis centres across India: Maneka Gandhi

The Women and Child Development Minister said, "Women need to be protected in many ways and there are no superficial solutions."

  • All centres to offer medical, legal services
  • Police help will be provided to rape survivors
  • Will support services for rape survivors: Maneka
  • Women have to be protected in many ways: Maneka

Pakistan: Suicide bombers' training den in North Waziristan unearthed

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India's Mars orbiter spacecraft to reach target in 75 days

Female Yahoo executive sued for sexual harassment

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1st Test: India lead England by 128 runs on Day 4, draw likely

India reached 167/3 to erase England's 39-run first-innings lead after a world-record stand between Root and Anderson, but two late wickets gave India the jitters.

World Cup 2014: Netherlands beat hosts Brazil 3-0 to finish third

Robin van Persie and Daley Blind scored early goals to help give the Netherlands a 3-0 win over host Brazil in the third-place match at the World Cup on Saturday.

World Cup 2014: Seasoned Germany expect to edge past Argentina

Germany expect the experience that runs through their team to give them the edge over Argentina in Sunday's World Cup final.

Ban mobiles as they lead to rape cases, says Karnataka Assembly panel

Committee Chairperson Shakuntala Shetty said that the students shouldn't be allowed to use mobile phones till they turn 18 and attain maturity.

Prayer for monsoon turns tragic as lightning kills 2 women

Prayers for monsoon rains by a group of women turned out to be a curse for them as rain god busted in the form of lightning on them.

Iran dates a big hit among rozedaars during Ramzan

The markets are flooded with several varieties of dates from Iran and other Middle Eastern countries during the holy month of Ramzan.

BJP MLAs pay Rs 500 fine each for coming late for Budget meet

Around 15 BJP MLAs had to pay fines of Rs 500 each from their pockets for reaching late in a legislature party meet.

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