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  • Two years on, not a penny spent from Nirbhaya fund: report 3 days ago

    Even two years after the government had announced Nirbhaya fund for the benefit of women in distress, not a penny has been spent from the fund, said report. Ranjana Kumari, Director of Centre for Social Research, said, "The UPA in spite of the fact that they promised Rs 1000 crore...
  • Watch: Delhi unsafe for women, no GPS installed in buses 4 days ago

    Two years after the horrific Delhi gangrape, nothing seems to have changed. Not a single home guard could be seen on any bus as promised by the government. The GPS systems promised by the government have not been installed in the buses yet. ...
  • Nirbhaya gangrape: Nothing has changed in the last 2 years, say her parents 4 days ago

    Even two years after the brutal Delhi gangrape of a 23-year-old, nothing seems to have changed. "We are still seeking for justice. The city is still not safe for women. A safe public transport is a must," say Nirbahya's parents. ...
  • Chennai is relatively safer, says resident 4 days ago

    Chennai students tell CNN-IBN how safe Chennai is. "Chennai is relatively safer. Harassment incidents not reported often," says a resident. ...
  • Delhi Police Commissioner lists measures taken to ensure women safety 4 days ago

    Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi listed the measures, including women's helpline, increase in PCR vans, taken to ensure safety of women. Bassi said, "We have increased the number of women's helpline, every police station has women constables, rape cases are investigated by women constables, self defense training is being given....
  • It is discouraging to see how India is projected internationally: John Abraham on rising crime against women 4 days ago

    New Delhi: Two years since the brutal gang rape of a 23-year-old in New Delhi, nothing much changed. Cases of crime against women continue to make headlines, and put forth the need for the government to do everything possible to ensure the city is safe for women. It is high...
  • 2 years on, Delhi gangrape victim's parents still fight for justice 4 days ago

    Even two years after the brutal gangrape of a 23-year-old woman in the national capital, victim's parents fight for justice. They said their fight will not end until law is changed to treat juveniles in rape cases as adults. Her mother said, "Nothing has changed in all these years. Till...
  • Delhi gangrape victim's friend calls December 16 case a crime against society 4 days ago

    New Delhi: The sole witness to the horrific, barbaric gangrape and murderous assault on a 23-year-old woman on the night on December 16, 2012 holds the society responsible for the tragedy and says such incidents are crimes against the entire humanity. The brutal gangrape of a paramedical student by six...
  • Watch: No city for women 5 days ago

    Two years since the gruesome Nirbhaya gangrape case, have any lessons been learnt? Here is the report. ...
  • Are Mumbaikars sensitive to women? 5 days ago

    Two years since the gruesome Nirbhaya gangrape case, have any lessons been learnt? CNN-IBN has been getting you special reports and first hand accounts from across the country. ...
  • Delhi: Two years on, nothing changed on ground for women 5 days ago

    Two years since the gruesome Nirbhaya gangrape case, have any lessons been learnt? CNN-IBN has been getting you special reports and first hand accounts from across the country. ...
  • She still asks me how others like her will get justice: December 16 gangarape victim's father 5 days ago

    New Delhi: "They say he (Narendra Modi) is fearless. Will he help us get justice?" says the father of December 16 gangarape victim as he fights back tears while remembering his daughter whose brutal rape and murder two years ago shook the nation's conscience. Referring to the recent incident where an...
  • Watch: Undercover reporter analyses security of women on Delhi streets 5 days ago

    As we approach the second anniversary of December 16 gangrape, CNN-IBN undercover reporter analyses the security of women on the crowded streets of Delhi. ...
  • Watch: Jantar Mantar in Delhi remains epicentre of Delhi gangrape protests 5 days ago

    As we approach the second anniversary of the horrific Delhi gangrape case, protests were held in Delhi's Jantar Mantar on Monday against the rising crime against women. ...
  • Are our police and hospitals sensitised enough? 5 days ago

    Even two years after the horrific gangrape of a paramedical student in a moving bus in the national capital, not much has changed in the system. Former IPS officer Kiran Bedi said that things have improved but they are not exemplary changes. More needs to be done to ensure safety...
  • Despite ban, medical books continue to propagate two-finger test to detect rape 5 days ago

    New Delhi: Medical examination of rape survivors has been in question for a long time. Especially the two-finger test which involves the doctor inserting two or more fingers in the vagina of the rape survivor to test for the presence of hymen and the laxity of the vagina. For long, the...
  • Death for rapists not wrong in certain cases, says TV actor Anup Soni on Delhi gangrape case 5 days ago

    New Delhi: The brutal gangrape of a paramedical student on the night of December 16, 2012 in a moving bus in Delhi shocked the nation and brought it to a standstill. Chill runs down the spine whenever one reads about the sheer brutality inflicted upon the 23-year-old victim by six...
  • Working professionals question women's safety in Delhi 5 days ago

    Three working professionals narrate their tale of harassment on the streets of Delhi. They also questioned the government on why there were not enough streetlights, patrolling being done. ...
  • Delhi streets any safer after December 16 gangrape? 5 days ago

    CNN-IBN correspondents discuss if the streets of the national capital have become safer for women after the December 16 gangrape. ...
  • Chennai: Men stare, stalk undercover reporter in jeans in broad daylight 5 days ago

    In a small experiment, an undercover reporter takes to the Ranganathan street, one of the busiest markets in Chennai, to do a status check of women's safety on the roads. "It is 11 in the morning and most shops have just opened. I am wearing a long top and jeans....
  • Watch: Has anything changed since December 16, 2012 5 days ago

    People from various cities speak up about the safety of women after the horrific December 16 gangrape in Delhi. ...
  • Youngsters stage mock harassment to see who stands up for women in DTC buses 5 days ago

    A group of young theatre artists have come together to gauge Delhi's response to harassment in DTC buses. They stage mock harassment incidents to see who stands up to fight for women. ...
  • How safe are you in your city? 5 days ago

    The December 16 gangrape raised several questions about the safety of women in public transport. At CNN-IBN, experts discuss the measures to be kept in mind while traveling in a public transport vehicle. ...
  • Delhi Police to use DRDO Netra for street surveillance 5 days ago

    New Delhi: Netra, the light weight UAV fitted with night vision cameras, will be used by Delhi Police to patrol the streets of the national capital. The device has already been used by security agencies like BSF, CRPF for counter-insurgency activities while NDRF used it to search for survivors during...
  • Haryana: One more arrested in gangrape of woman, murder of child 6 days ago

    Rewari (Haryana): One more person was arrested on Sunday in connection with the case wherein a 25-year-old migrant woman was allegedly gangraped and sold to a man while her three-year-old child was strangulated to death here, police said. The accused has been identified as Dayachand, a resident of Bhagana village of...
  • Concept of pseudo 'safety' making the world unsafe for women 1 week ago

    New Delhi: I bare my heart out on a topic, us, the women of India, have often had to confront at some point in our lives. A dichotomy the familiar words "You Are A Girl" meant to protect us, at most times said with good intentions, are actually the...
  • Gurgaon's pink autos for women a failure despite rising cases of sexual assault December 12, 2014

    Gurgaon: Unsafe public transport system is often cited as one of the reasons for women commuters being subject to sexual assault. The recent case of rape by a Uber taxi driver and the horrific December 16, 2012 gangrape of a paramedical student by six men in a moving bus in...
  • Nothing has changed since the Nirbhaya case, says ex judge Usha Mehra December 11, 2014

    As we track yet another rape case in December, one cannot help but remember the horrific bus gangrape case that shook the nation two years back. It triggered massive outrage and a slew of promises from the government. Justice Usha Mehra has said that the government has not implemented any...
  • Built as a tribute to Delhi gangrape braveheart, Nirbheek revolver gives confidence to women December 11, 2014

    New Delhi: 'Diamonds are a woman's best friend' has been an age-old saying, but have the women found a new friend? 'Yes', says Seema Kharbanda who was among the first few women who bought the Nirbheek revolver to ensure their safety. Launched a year after the brutal gangrape of 23-year-old paramedic...
  • Strong anti-rape laws yet to curb sexual assaults even 2 years after Delhi gangrape case December 10, 2014

    New Delhi: The brutal gangrape of a 23-year-old paramedic student on December 16, 2012 in the national capital witnessed huge uproar and protests with thousands of people out on the streets demanding justice for the victim and severe punishment for the culprits. Even though the country witnesses several cases of...