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Posted: 07 January 2013 at 5:12am | IP Logged
Originally posted by gypsy2525

Her name was Jyoti Singh Pandey as revealed in the papers today 

May her Soul Rest in Peace 

and may the Culprits be hanged Immediately 

Glad to know her name for one reason - at least, now people can stop using those stupid media bestowed names, such as Damini or Nirbhaya, and use her real name.  Although I do support the privacy of the family had they wanted it.

We should adapt a policy for anonymous names.  Just like in the US, they have John Doe or Jane Doe, pick an Indian name like that that could be generic, and apply it to any anonymous man or woman.

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Posted: 07 January 2013 at 5:18am | IP Logged
The Chief Justice of India has ordered all all High Courts in India to set up Fast track courts for rape cases and dispose these cases with utmost urgency.  It is a welcome step.

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Posted: 07 January 2013 at 5:24am | IP Logged
Its about time they got their castration done in public -.-

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Posted: 07 January 2013 at 6:11am | IP Logged
Can these people stop it...
 
 
Every day it is like someone either from parliament or from some party making such absurd comment and really disgusting statements... Do these people have heart..? Are they for real? I demand action against such statements too... highly insensitive..Angry

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Posted: 07 January 2013 at 6:21am | IP Logged
Originally posted by riti4u

Can these people stop it...
 
 
Every day it is like someone either from parliament or from some party making such absurd comment and really disgusting statements... Do these people have heart..? Are they for real? I demand action against such statements too... highly insensitive..Angry



Yaa i read ..they r mad people why shld be bother...Evn if the gal begged nd say u r like my brother they would hv done t , wuld nvr stop bcoz they wer in liquor state Angry We shld avoid these stupid dammit comments

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Posted: 07 January 2013 at 6:21am | IP Logged
R.I.P to her Cry

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Posted: 07 January 2013 at 6:22am | IP Logged

Danger is near: 99% victims in Tamil Nadu knew their rapists

CHENNAI: Women constantly face sexual harassment in public, but the gravest danger could be closer to home than they imagine.

This is particularly true of Tamil Nadu where, crime records reveal, more than 99% of victims of rape were acquainted with their assailants in some way. In many cases, the culprit was a family member, a close relative that the victim would normally have no reason to fear.

Of the 677 cases of rape reported in Tamil Nadu in 2011, 675 victims knew the perpetrators, according to statistics compiled by the National Crime Records Bureau. Only two women were sexually assaulted by strangers.

Chennai police registered 76 cases of rape in 2011, including 74 in which the victims knew their assailants.

Of the 675 accused in the state in 2011, 249 were neighbours of the victims, 96 were relatives, two were close family members, including parents, and 328 were "other known persons" and acquaintances.

The data for Tamil Nadu is reflective of nationwide figures - 93% of rape victims across the country knew the offenders - but also indicate that women in the state are more vulnerable to sexual assault by people they trust than anywhere else in the country.

In 24,206 cases of rape reported in the country in 2011, 22,549 of the offenders were family members, relatives, neighbours or friends of the victims.

Disturbingly, in the 677 cases recorded in the state in 2011, 45 victims were 10 years old or younger, 46 were between 10 and 14, and 181 were between 14 and 18. Most victims (365) were between 18 and 30, but as many as 272 were minors. Two victims were more than 50 years old.

"A private place, like a woman's house, is now more dangerous than a public place," said Prasanna Poornachandran, CEO of International Foundation for Crime Prevention and Victim Care. "The high incidence of sexual abuse by acquaintances and relatives is primarily because of a lack of awareness."

"Girls do not suspect family members or relatives and many victims are afraid to tell someone when they are first assaulted, leading to repeated abuse," he said. "Women should be aware of the threat and be advised to protect their daughters and teach them how to protect themselves."

A senior police officer said there has been a marked increase in sexual abuse by family members in Tamil Nadu. "But women are also filing more cases against close relatives because awareness programmes have emboldened them to lodge police complaints," he said.

All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) national secretary U Vasuki said there should be more stringent rules to curb sexual harassment in educational institutions and workplaces. "How do you stop sexual abuse in the privacy of a family's residence? The state should be more proactive about educating girls and women about the dangers they face and their right to bring charges against offenders."

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Posted: 07 January 2013 at 6:59am | IP Logged
This is really very shame news for Indians..

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