A Delhi court Wednesday said that the order restraining airing or broadcasting the interview of a December 16 gang-rape convict, which was conducted inside Tihar Jail, will continue till further orders.
In an unusual act, women MPs from Opposition parties Wednesday stormed into the well of Rajya Sabha and forced a brief adjournment demanding action over December 16 gang-rape convict being allowed to give an outrageous interview from inside Tihar Jail here.
British filmmaker Leslee Udwin, whose documentary on the December 16 gang rape has created furore in India for showing an interview with one of the convicts, said on Tuesday that it was her attempt to examine men’s attitude towards women.
The Union Home Ministry's refusal to hand over the mortal remains of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru to his family gives rise to suspicion that he might have been cremated rather than buried inside Tihar Jail, Independent MLA Sheikh Abdul Rashid has claimed.
In order to break groupism among the inmates, Tihar jail administration has started re-lodging more than 6,000 prisoners in an alphabetical order replacing the earlier practice of keeping the accused in similar cases together.
Inmates of Delhi's high-security Tihar jail will soon get life and accidental insurance cover as the prison administration, in collaboration with Indian Bank, has decided to get their accounts opened under the Jan Dhan Yojna.
Delhi Police is on a high alert and has tightened the security of vital institutions in the national capital, including the Tihar Central Jail, in the aftermath of terror strikes in Peshawar and Sydney.
New Delhi: Delhi Police is on a high alert and tightened the security of vital institutions in the national capital, including the Tihar Central Jail, in the wake of the recent terror strikes in Peshawar and Sydney.
"They say he (Narendra Modi) is fearless. Will he help us get justice?" says the father of December 16 gang-rape victim as he fights back tears while remembering his daughter whose brutal rape and murder two years ago shook the nation's conscience.
Former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala, serving a 10-year jail term in the teachers recruitment scam case, on Thursday moved the Delhi High Court seeking a direction to Tihar jail authorities to provide him treatment either at Ram Manohar Lohia hospital here or in Medanta hospital in Gurgaon.