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February 3, 2004

An FSL official said samples of Sajal Jain's blood group matched with the samples taken from the rape victim.
February 2, 2004

Armin Meiwes, 42, who fried his victim's penis intends to list his 'recipes' in an autobiography that is expected to ...
February 12, 2004

Mahatma Gandhi leading his followers on a march to the sea at Dandi to defy British salt laws. Jawaharlal Nehru being sw ...
February 24, 2004

English actress Samantha Morton started early when she joined TV and radio when still in her teens. In the TV series Cra ...
March 13, 2004

Film scripts place huge premium on virginity. In Khwaaish, the furthest Mallika Sherawat can go is a kiss or two ...
June 21, 2003

In case of a train accident, the victims are entitled to compensation according to the gravity of the injury. In the cas ...
November 1, 2003

Gayatri was raped by a bureaucrat and a police officer. She had organised the tribals to demand their rights and powers- ...
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October 11, 2003

The story of Lotus unfolds in the Wuyi mountains in the south of China. Lotus is a pretty young woman. Soon after she ma ...
October 27, 2003

A rape victim has become the focus of the campaign for assembly elections sparking off a verbal due between the ruling C ...
February 2, 2004

A German cannibal expressed regret for killing and eating an apparently willing victim as a state prosecutor demanded th ...
November 30, 2003

As countries prepare to mark World AIDS Day, young Thais are flirting with danger in a nation seen as a rare bright spot ...
February 2, 2004

Former sexual partner of the victim, Brandes, was offered up to 5,000 German marks ($2,600) to bite off the man's penis.
February 5, 2004

Armin Meiwes. the German cannibal jailed for eight and a half years for killing and eating a willing victim, is consider ...
January 19, 2004

The victim, who was in Mumbai to attend the WSF meet, was allegedly raped at the hotel she was staying.
February 19, 2006

Luxembourg has said the mutually beneficial treaty with India should not fall 'victim' to the controversy involving a bu ...
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