The Gurgaon police submitted a 120-page charge sheet in the 8-year-old molestation case in a Gurgaon court today.
Nearly 200 domestic helps were verified as part of a drive conducted by Hamari Suraksha, in collaboration with Hindustan Times and Gurgaon police, today. Badri Chatterjee reports.
The Delhi High Court has raised concern over increasing instances in which women misuse rape laws to force a man to marry them and also to extort money after having consensual physical relations.
Till he turned 18, elections were just another holiday for Kartik Singh. The day he achieved the scheduled age of a voter in India, his father asked him to get enrolled as a voter.
A 13-year-old boy has alleged that he was sodomised on the premises of a madarsa in east Delhi's Gandhi Nagar area. The boy filed a police complaint on Saturday, and an FIR was subsequently registered.
Housewife Krishna, 62, has turned her home upside down twice in the last few years, trying to find the Indira Vikas Patra (IVP) certificates that she and her husband had bought years ago to save money. Aloke Tikku reports.
Following indications that the school management had “softened its stance” towards the principal — who continues to be in Australia even after two weeks of the incident being reported to her — the victim’s parents held a meeting today.
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Municipal councillor Shobha Vijender convened a meeting with residents to lend an ear to their problems on Saturday in Rohini. Councillor Vijender held the meeting at 6.30am on Saturday in the lawns of District Park, Sector 9.
Defence minister AK Antony said on Saturday that a cyber command would be set up in the armed forces in a bid to strengthen the cyber defence security of India.
Walking on a road alone makes a woman more vulnerable to sexual harassment compared to making a trip to the market or travelling in the Metro or even standing at a bus stop in the Capital. Faizaan Haider reports.
Two days after HT reported about an increase in the number of breakdowns and ineffective cooling in AC buses in the city, Delhi government has asked the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to take suitable steps immediately. HT reports.
Our television news networks have often been criticised for sensationalism, frenzied debates and biased reportage. Their policies of self-regulation don’t seem to be working either. A close look at India’s TV news industry. Furquan Ameen Siddiqui reports.
A 12-year-old girl found burnt at an under-construction building in Gondwana Nagar in Nagpur, succumbed to her injuries on Saturday, police said.
There are no shelter homes for mentally challenged girls in Delhi, a member of the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) said on Saturday.