PAEDOPHILIA

  • US, France and Germany to impose more sanctions on Russia June 21, 2014

    Warsaw: Leaders of Poland's Catholic Church have apologised to the victims of child sex abuse by priests and admitted they have long ignored the problem. Abuse victims and experts on child psychiatry and sex abuse from Germany and the US attended a conference behind closed doors in Krakow. The first day...
  • Satyamev Jayate: Grisly tales of child sex abuse May 13, 2012

    New Delhi: Whom does a child turn to when the one he trusts with all of his tiny heart turns abuser? In a nutshell, the second episode of Aamir Khan's television show Satyamev Jayate was simply heartbreaking. It brought out a common but rarely talkedabout scourge of society the...
  • AIIMS doctor accused of sodomising 8yearold January 31, 2011

    New Delhi: A doctor from the country's premier medical institution All India Inst of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has been accused of sexually abusing an eight year old patient. AIIMS has set up a committee to probe the allegations while the parents of the victim have approached the police. It has been...
  • Paedophilia in garb of philanthropy rampant in India November 18, 2009

    New Delhi: Paedophilia in the garb of western philanthropy. India has seen at least ten high profile cases of foreign nations involved in cases of child sex abuse. One of the first such cases was exposed in Goa sixteen years ago. Australian National Warner Wulf Ingo...
  • Paedophilia case: SC tells Britons to appear before cops January 19, 2009

    New Delhi: Two British nationals were on Monday told by the Supreme Court to appear in a police station in Mumbai twice a month till the appeal against their acquittal in a case of paedophilia was decided by it. Duncan Grant and Allan Jhon Waters, whose passports were deposited with...
  • SC: No passports to Brits accused of paedophilia August 1, 2008

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has directed the Mumbai Police not to release the passports of the two British nationals, who were acquitted in a case of paedophilia in July. The court said the passports of Duncan Grant and Allan Waters should not be released till an appeal filed...
  • Bombay HC acquits Brits charged with sexual abuse July 24, 2008

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has acquitted two British citizens who were convicted of sexually abusing children by a sessions court. The two were sent to six years in rigorous imprisonment in 2006. The court acquitted Duncan Grant and Allan Waters who were in jail for three...
  • Woman takes on fight against paedophiles in Goa March 20, 2008

    New Delhi: Close to 50 per cent of all Indian children face child abuse, says a recent report. What can be graver than the fact that every 2nd child in the country is actually vulnerably placed. Childhood is an age of innocence, fun and wonder, but also an age of vulnerability,...
  • SIT: NGO turns child predator June 11, 2007

    Bodhgaya: Declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 2002, Bodhgaya in Bihar is a holy city for Buddhists the world over. Over 600 NGOs operate here, many claiming to work for the welfare of the districts underprivileged children. Samanvaya Ashram is one such NGO that shelters children essentially from...
  • Goa: Aussie paedophile gets 10yr RI March 7, 2007

    New Delhi: An Australian national, Warner Wulf Ingo, has been convicted for paedophilia and sentenced to 10 years RI by the sessions court in Goa. He has been convicted under Section 377 of the IPC. The court had convicted the 44yearold Australian national on Saturday for paedophilia in connection with a...