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Sunday night routine behind bus rape

The six December 16 gang-rape accused would habitually drink through Sundays and take out the chartered school bus at night to pick up sex workers, a senior police officer said....   | Read..
 

PMO push for gender lessons in schools

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has written to the HRD ministry asking it to introduce in school textbooks chapters on respect for women as part of moral educatio...   | Read..
 

Task force to scan women’s safety

A task force headed by the Union home secretary will review women’s safety in Delhi every fortnight, the Centre announced today....   | Read..
 

‘Give the packets there. Watch the fun’

Translated excerpts from the recorded conversation which was mostly conducted in Hindi...   | Read..
 

‘You won’t get permission. The only issue is money. Nothing else’

Translated excerpts from the transcripts of the conversation on two days...   | Read..
 
The Earth will be at its nearest to the Sun at 10.10am on Wednesday but donít lock up your woollens. ...  | Read
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SC censures trial court for lynch-mob justice

The Supreme Court has slammed a trial court judge for bringing up practices like lynching, behe...   | Read..

Push for Gadkari-Modi double bill

The RSS and the BJP top brass are being pressured to declare the party’s “face̶...   | Read..
 

‘We’ll handle... everyone will have a package’

Translated excerpts from transcripts of the conversation conducted largely in...   | Read..

Caste ‘correction’

Certain references to the Nadar community in an NCERT textbook have angered Tamil Nadu politicians, prompting an expert ...   | Read..

Cash transfer kicks off

The government today launched its cash transfer scheme in 20 districts, including two in the national capital, partly meetin...   | Read..

Molester let off for ‘peace’

The Supreme Court has acquitted a man convicted of outraging the modesty of his neighbour’s daughter, accepting th...   | Read..