Rs 1,273 cr Nirbhaya Fund lying unused

 As much as 1,273.31 crore is lying unused under Nirbhaya Fund set up two years back in the wake of the brutal gang-rape of a young girl on December 16, 2012, Parliament was informed on Friday.

Teenage girl attacked with scissors by three youths in Mathura

A teenage girl was seriously injured when three youths attacked her with scissors in Dhaurahara village here, following which the accused have been arrested, police said on Thursday.

Cabinet clears proposal to try juveniles accused of heinous crimes under laws for adults
Cabinet clears proposal to try juveniles accused of heinous crimes under laws for adults

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday cleared a proposal to try juvenile in the age group of 16-18 under laws for adults for heinous crimes.

December 16 gang-rape: HC seeks reply from BBC, documentary maker

The Delhi High Court on Friday sought reply from BBC and the British director of the controversial documentary on December 16 gang-rape case on a plea seeking their prosecution for interviewing one of the convicts who made derogatory statement against women.

Pakistan's cartoon "Burka Avenger" swoops into India to empower girls

A female cartoon superhero, who dons a burka to tackle crimes against girls and other social ills, is bringing her message of women`s empowerment to India, the creator of the Pakistani children`s series said.

Crime rate declines in Tripura by 18 percent

Tripura witnessed a substantial 18 percent reduction in overall crime, including crime against women, during the past one year, it was announced on Sunday.

CM Arvind Kejriwal's govt writes to Delhi Police, requests list of dark spots for CCTV installation
CM Arvind Kejriwal's govt writes to Delhi Police, requests list of dark spots for CCTV installation

Adhering to the promise of installing CCTVs across Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party-led government has written a letter to Commissioner of Police, BS Bassi, requesting him to provide a list of dark spots around the city which could be potential places of crime against women.

25-year-old nurse abducted, gang-raped in UP

A 25-year-old nurse was allegedly abducted and gang raped by four persons near Pandit Nagla Bypass in Moradabad district, police said on Wednesday.

14-year-old girl stabbed in Delhi

A 14-year-old girl was grievously injured after she was stabbed at the terrace of her house in central Delhi's LNJP colony, police said on Sunday.

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Watch: Woman professor beaten up by male colleagues in Delhi's coaching centre

In a shocking video, a woman professor is seen being brutally assaulted by her male colleagues in a coaching centre in Delhi.

Badaun case: Court asks CBI to submit videography, evidences

A sessions court on Monday directed the CBI to submit videography and remaining evidences in the case related to the death of two cousin sisters here last year.

Delhi: Phone on video mode found in shop's trial room; manager held

The store manager of an apparel showroom was arrested after a woman executive allegedly discovered a mobile phone on video recording mode placed inside its trial room in Delhi's Lajpat Nagar.

Fine for not following anti-sexual harassment guidelines

Employers are liable to pay Rs.50,000 as fine if they fail to adhere to anti-sexual harassment guidelines at the work place, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Thursday.

Atrocities against women on the rise: Govt in Rajya Sabha

Atrocities against women have registered an increasing trend over the years with more than three lakh such cases being reported in 2013 alone, Rajya Sabha was informed on Thursday.

If no instant justice to rapists, such crimes will continue: Robert Vadra

Expressing shock and disgust at the rape of a 71-year-old nun in West Bengal, Robert Vadra on Wednesday said that till there is "instant justice," no matter which strata of society the victims may belong to, such crimes will continue to happen.

Juvenile Act to be amended to address crime, adoption: Maneka Gandhi

Government proposes to amend the Juvenile Justice Act to address the complex issue of crimes committed by juveniles and pave the way for making adoption easier, Union Minister Maneka Gandhi said on Tuesday.

CPI(M) blames police inaction for rise in crimes against women

The CPI(M) on Saturday condemned the alleged gang-rape of a nun in a Nadia convent and blamed the police administration of not acting against the culprits accused of committing crimes against women.

Women's safety: Delhi govt for more fast track courts, QRTs

Delhi government on Sunday stressed on the need for more number of fast track courts, formation of quick response teams and a training programme for all government officials to ensure women safety in the national capital.

Crime will go down if women report about it: TRS MP Kavitha Rao

Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MP K Kavitha Rao on Sunday said that crime against women will decrease if they report about it.