Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal's Orbit Aviation transport company will pay the Rs 24 lakh compensation announced by the state government for the family of the 13-year-old girl who was molested and thrown out of a moving bus near Moga town.
Citing conflict of interest, Congress leader Amarinder Singh on Sunday said Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal should either resign or shut down his transport and other businesses, days after death of a girl after being shoved off from a bus owned by the ruling family.
In yet another incident of crime against women, Delhi Police arrested a 30-year-old loader posted at the Indira Gandhi International airport here for allegedly molesting a female, police said on Friday.
New Delhi: In line with its zero tolerance policy, the army will not go ahead with the recruitment process of two of the three alleged molesters onboard a moving Haryana roadways bus, who had cleared physical and medical tests for the force.
New Delhi: The delay in lodging a complaint itself is no ground to doubt the case of prosecution, a Delhi court has said while convicting a man of sodomising and molesting a five-year-old girl in his neighbourhood.
Hundreds of students angrily demonstrated outside the campus of prestigious Jadavpur University in West Bengal on Tuesday here, demanding a fresh probe into a molestation incident in which a girl student of the university had alleged that as many as ten male students dragged her into the boys hostel and molested her.
Five men, who were facing trial for allegedly molesting several women at a marriage function in 2011, have been acquitted by a Delhi court which held that the statements of prosecution witnesses were contradictory.
The turn of events in Bollywood actress Preity Zinta-Ness Wadia case have still not cleared the picture for the police officials. According to reports published in a leading daily, after Preity presented her side of the witnesses to record their statements, it was Ness Wadia who named nine people for the same.