Lack of toilets: Small girl out to attend nature's call killed in dog attack

Nearly half of India's 1.2 billion people have no toilets at home. For women, the problem is more severe because of safety issue.

Bengal gang rape vicious, horrible: Oscar-winning filmmaker

Moved by the news of gang rape of a septuagenarian nun in West Bengal's Nadia district, Oscar-winning filmmaker Freida Lee Mock on Monday said such "vicious" attacks on women were "unacceptable" and "horrible".

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal appeals to men to make capital safe for women

On the eve of International Women's Day, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday appealed to all men in the national capital to make the city such that women can feel free and live happily.

Mob justice in Nagaland: Alleged rapist paraded naked, lynched
Mob justice in Nagaland: Alleged rapist paraded naked, lynched

An alleged rapist, suspected to be an illegal Bangladeshi migrant, was dragged out of the high-security central jail in Nagaland's commercial town of Dimapur by an irate mob, paraded naked and then thrashed to death on Thursday, officials said.

Rail Budget 2015: Fare hike unlikely, Mobile charging , CCTV camera facilities to be provided

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu will present Narendra Modi government's first full-fledged Rail Budget on Thursday.

Suresh Prabhu to present his maiden Rail Budget today

n line with the 'Swachh Bharat' campaign, Rail Budget 2015 is likely to give special attention to cleanliness exercise and a slew of measures like provision for dustbins in all coaches besides proposal to cover 100 more trains under 'On Board Housekeeping Services'.

Special: Satirical take on Indian Railways ahead of Rail Budget

Zee News takes a reality check to show how undertaking a rail journey is still a huge hassle in India!

Poland votes to ratify treaty to protect women

Poland`s parliament voted Friday to ratify a treaty combatting violence against women, despite considerable opposition from the right and the country`s powerful Catholic Church.

Railways to introduce all India helpline for women next month

 Women travelling in trains can now hope for safer trips with Railways today saying it would introduce an all India helpline for them to send an alarm to the nearest railway station in times of distress.

Women safety central issue, not full statehood for Delhi: Kiran Bedi

 A day after joining BJP, former IPS officer Kiran Bedi on Friday said that full statehood for Delhi was not the "central" issue even as she stressed on the need for ensuring women's security and cleanliness in the city.

DNA: Zee Media Exclusive - Punsari, India's No 1 village

Zee Media Exclusive - Punsari, India's No 1 village that offers Wi-Fi connectivity, has air-conditioned primary schools equipped with CCTV cameras. This dream village, Punsari, exists in Gujarat's Himmatnagar.

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Now, you can lodge FIRs on running trains!

Under a new initiative, passengers will now be able to register an FIR in the train itself, instead of halting their journey to register it at the nearest GRP station.

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Rajnath Singh launches women safety mobile app 'Himmat' in Delhi
Rajnath Singh launches women safety mobile app 'Himmat' in Delhi

In a bid to curb rise in crimes against women in the national capital, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday launched a mobile phone-based application "Himmat".

Uber assures transport dept of complying with new rules

 Uber, a US-based cab service provider which was banned earlier this month by Delhi Government, today gave a representation before the transport department assuring that they will comply with the new rules for plying of its taxis in the national capital.

DNA: Humanity dead as Delhi acid attack victim screams for help for twenty mins

A CCTV footage shows how two men on a motorcycle threw acid on a woman doctor today in West Delhi's Rajouri Garden. The footage also shows the lack of humanity in people as the woman shouted for help for twenty minutes but no one in the busy market place came to her rescue.

Under-fire Uber ramps up rider safety

Uber is ramping up driver background checks and other security measures worldwide after the smartphone-focused car-sharing service was banned in New Delhi following the alleged rape of a passenger.

Two years after December 16 gang-rape, women feel no safer in Delhi
Two years after December 16 gang-rape, women feel no safer in Delhi

On a cold, rainy Sunday night, two policemen in khaki uniforms and fluorescent yellow jackets stand among commuters at a bus shelter in the Indian capital, occasionally stepping out to stop passing buses and climbing on board to conduct inspections.

Delhi cab rape case: Only 6 radio taxi firms licenced to operate in capital, rest barred

Reacting to the outroar following the rape of a 25-year-old woman by a cab driver, the Delhi government on Monday came down on radio taxi services allowing only six companies to operate in the national capital.

Delhi cab rape case: 'Driver's character certificate issued by police fake'

A 'character certificate' purportedly issued in the name of an Additional DCP of the Delhi Police in August this year to the driver accused in the Uber rape case has given a new twist to the case on Monday even as Delhi Police Commissioner termed it as fake and ordered an inquiry into it.