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Posted: 30 December 2012 at 6:26am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Sanayaa

Originally posted by -bharti-

The rapists just before picking up this girl had robbed a vegetable vendor of 6000 Rs anid when the vendor promptly went to saket police station to register his complaint the beat constables sent him away saying it was not their jurisdiction. If those lazy ba***** had just sent ONE wireless communication to the south delhi police pickets that a white bus was to be intercepted, the bus could have been easily stopped . 15minutes after robbing the vendor they reached munirka to pick this hapless girl luring them to take her to palam where she was supposed to reach. This is how our security system works, one small slip and one girl and her family's life is upside down.Angry
Ahhh a truck driver had also complained against d bus driver because he abused him n got into fight wid him...But Police didnt bother to do anything...maybe Damini would have been saved if police had immediately acted upon dat truc driver's complaint:-(

Dose rapists were bas***ds but wat surprises me even more is dat for an hour none of the ppl who saw Damini n her frnd lying in such a bad condition bothered to help them...insaniyat sach me khatam hoti ja rhi hai...:-(
gosh i missed that part before Ouch apart from those cruel culprits such insensitive people are equally responsible who are not affected unless its their own daughter or sister in that place...aisay tamasha daikhnay walon ko bhi wohi saza dainy chahiye ...
people are actually like that now a days...Sigh!!!

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Posted: 30 December 2012 at 6:30am | IP Logged
First lets pledge to reform ourselves, only then can we bring about real change in the society. Stop bribing police, beuraocrats etc... otherwise one day the same policemen would have compromised our security

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Posted: 30 December 2012 at 6:52am | IP Logged
the act has prooved dat no girl can trust on anyone fr her safety in this country...
v need 2 be selfdependent guys..
coz no one is gonna bloody hlp us...
may dat girl rest in peace.

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Posted: 30 December 2012 at 7:03am | IP Logged
Originally posted by newbie2011

DATABASE OF RAPE CONVICTS SOON TO BE POSTED ONLINE
Questionwho how n by whom??///////////////////

The governmensday it was planning to compile a data base of all rape convicts across the country and post their photographs, names and addresses on a website.
Minister of State for Home R.P.N. Singh told reporters that he has directed the National Crime Records Bureau to prepare a directory of all rape convicts and upload their photographs, names and addresses on its website.

"We are planning to start it in Delhi. Photographs, names and addresses of the rapists will be uploaded on the Delhi Police website (http: www.delhipolice.nic.in)," he told reporters here.

The plan would later be implemented in all states and union territories and the websites of the state police forces would similarly carry the photographs, names and addresses of rape convicts.

The move is part of the government's latest measures following the massive protests over the brutal gang-rape of a 23-year-old woman in Delhi Dec 16.

"We are very serious about dealing with the problem and taking all possible action as early as possible," Singh said.

Among other measures announced by the government, are a commission of inquiry to probe the gang-rape, identify lapses and fix responsibility as well as a panel of jurists to review the existing laws to provide speedier justice and enhanced punishment in cases of sexual assault.

http://haryanaabtak.com/data-base-of-rape-convicts-to-soon-be-posted-online

Another interesting article given some of the heated debates in here:

PARDONING OF RAPE CONVICTS BY PRESIDENT MOST UNFORTUNATE

http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=159455


Am sincerely hoping that the judicial process of addressing rape convicts undergoes a revamping process, soon. 


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Posted: 30 December 2012 at 7:10am | IP Logged
Originally posted by zan101

Originally posted by Manukunu.



Gang raped gal damini original pic
RIP :(
She died in dis mrng ...
credit : fb page


as some articles she had a operation in brain..then no bandage..?
BTW i m very upset with FB page admins. Do get like for there statues they just past fake pic all over. I dont think this is girl pic..
Any way TFS..


is it real pic??i don't think so

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Posted: 30 December 2012 at 7:12am | IP Logged
do not believe any pic's which is on FB.. not a single pic of the girl has been publish...
all this pic's just to attract likes for there own FB pages... 

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Posted: 30 December 2012 at 7:21am | IP Logged

Delhi gang-rape victim's mother collapses, doctors say now stable

Last Updated: Sunday, December 30, 2012, 17:55
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New Delhi: Unable to bear the loss of her daughter, the 45-year-old mother of the Delhi gang-rape victim collapsed today and rushed to a city hospital where doctors said her condition was stable.

Doctors at the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital in west Delhi said the woman underwent through check-ups and was doing "completely fine" now.

A senior doctor said she was suffering from grief and that is why she went unconscious for some time in the morning after the cremation.


"Once she was brought to the hospital, the woman was thoroughly checked. We performed CT scan and other diagnosis on her. She is completely fine," the doctor said.

He said the woman was frail and was not able to bear the loss of her daughter. "It also looks like she had not had proper food for the past 10-12 days and she is very weak. We call it the grief effect," the doctor said.

The doctor said the victim's mother must have been anxious and disturbed for the past couple of weeks and this was the reason for her collapse.

The woman is under the observation of doctors, the doctor said.

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Posted: 30 December 2012 at 7:22am | IP Logged

Delhi gang-rape victim's funeral held

A young Indian woman who died after being gang-raped on a bus has been cremated in the capital, Delhi.

The ceremony came hours after a plane chartered by the Indian government brought her body back to the city.

The 23-year-old medical student died in a Singapore hospital where she was being treated for severe injuries.

The attack sparked two weeks of protests about gender attitudes in India, and calls for changes to laws on rape and violence against women.

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the head of India's governing Congress party Sonia Gandhi were at the airport when the plane landed at about 04:15 (22:45 GMT).

A convoy carrying a gold-coloured coffin and the victim's parents then drove towards the Janakpuri district of Delhi where she had been living.

The private funeral was held amid tight security.

Guard outside the funeral ground in Delhi, India (30 Dec 2012)The funeral took place in the early hours and under heavy security

The BBC's Andrew North in Delhi says the government has been heavily criticised for its response to the attack and remains anxious about a backlash, with police still cordoning off the heart of the capital to prevent demonstrations.

Mrs Gandhi has promised to fight what she called India's shameful social mindsets that lie behind such crimes.

Six men arrested for the 16 December rape have been charged with murder. If convicted, they face the death penalty.

'Open our eyes'

On Saturday evening, candlelit vigils were held across India to mourn the woman and express anger and sorrow at her death.

Large areas of Delhi were sealed off and hundreds of armed police and riot troops deployed as news of the victim's death spread.

Protests continued in Delhi on Sunday, with a peaceful demonstration where people painted slogans and tributes on a large white canvas.

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Clearly, many Indian women face threats to life at every stage - violence, inadequate healthcare, inequality, neglect, bad diet, lack of attention to personal health and well-being"

image of Soutik BiswasSoutik BiswasIndia correspondent

"This incident should open our eyes to the fact that we need to raise our children right, we need to raise the people right," said protester and social worker Murphy John.

He said he did not agree with calls for the death penalty for convicted rapists, fearing it would encourage murder so victims could not report crimes.

The Mount Elizabeth hospital in Singapore said the woman "passed away peacefully" early on Saturday.

Hospital chief executive Kelvin Loh said she had suffered severe organ failure following serious injuries to her body and brain.

Indian PM Mr Singh said he was "very saddened" by the woman's death, and that the angry public reaction was "perfectly understandable".

He called on politicians and the public to set aside "narrow sectional interest" and work together to make India "a demonstrably better and safer place for women to live in".

The woman - a medical student whose identity has not been released - and her friend had been to see a film when they boarded the bus in the Munirka area of Delhi, intending to travel to Dwarka in the south-west of the city.

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Violence against women must never be accepted, never excused, never tolerated"

Ban Ki-moonUN Secretary General

Friends told the AFP news agency the couple were in a relationship and had been planning to marry in the next few weeks.

"They had made all the wedding preparations and had planned a wedding party in Delhi," said her neighbour, Meera Rai.

According to the reports, the couple were attacked after the man objected to another group of men taunting her.

Police said the woman was raped for nearly an hour. Both she and her companion were beaten with iron bars, then thrown out of the moving bus into the street.

The assault sparked angry protests about the general conditions for women in India, and about what is seen as an inadequate police response to rape allegations.

According to official figures, a woman is raped in Delhi every 14 hours, while women across the country say they are frequently subjected to sexual intimidation and violence.

Officials have since announced a series of measures intended to make the city safer for women.

There was a heavy police presence at the funeral amid on-going protests

These include more police night patrols, checks on bus drivers and their assistants, and the banning of buses with tinted windows or curtains.

But many of the protesters say that women are viewed as secondary citizens, and that a fundamental change in culture and attitudes, backed up by law, is needed to protect them.

UN Secretary Ban Ki-moon offered his condolences to the woman's family, saying in a statement that he "utterly condemns this brutal crime".

"Violence against women must never be accepted, never excused, never tolerated," the statement said.

"Every girl and woman has the right to be respected, valued and protected."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-20869185

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