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Mumbai police has very few women in its ranks 23.12.2012 TOI: Mumbai
Mumbai police has very few women in its ranks
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Manipur grapples with rising number of crimes against women 23.12.2012 Guwahati - City - The Times of India
There has been a steep rise in crime against women in Manipur despite the emergence of a large number of women's vigil groups and civil bodies and higher recruitment in the police department.
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Search for new WTO chief heats up with 4 new nominees 23.12.2012 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
The race to find a replacement for Frenchman Pascal Lamy in the World Trade Organization's top post heated up today with the disclosure that Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya and New Zealand had all added candidates to the list.
Demonstration effect 23.12.2012 Business Standard: Opinion & Analysis
If the current government needed one index of how slowly economic reform has progressed in India it need look no further than its doorstep at the bottom of Raisina Hill where a protest, mostly by young men and women, against a brutal gang rape in New Delhi has descended into a pitched battle with the police.
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A case for police reform 23.12.2012 Hindu: Society
In a city where almost everyone feels unsafe, as much from miscreants as from the police, wall-to-wall media coverage of the brutal gang rape in a bus has obliged the men in uniform to give an acco...
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Why the rapes don’t stop 22.12.2012 Asian Age: Mumbai
#DelhiGangRape It is tragic that it took an episode as horrific as the rape of a young woman in a Delhi bus on December 19 to shake India out of its complacency over such crimes. We should be collectively grateful for the awakening, and collectively ashamed that we didn’t wake sooner. There were enough and plenty of reasons to have woken up before this ghastly incident. This month itself, going only by cases that made the national news, there were three incidents on just one day, December 5. In Amritsar, an Akali MLA and his accomplices shot dead a policeman because he objected to their harassing his daughter. In Bangalore, a woman playwright was groped, harassed and slapped because she demanded punishment against a biker who ran into her car from behind. In Bombay, a boy of 19 was stabbed to death by a group of younger boys because he tried to stop them from harassing a girl. The terrifying lack of justice has been staring us in the face for years, but most people didn’t seem to see it ...
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Why the rapes don’t stop 22.12.2012 Asian Age: Mumbai
#rape It is tragic that it took an episode as horrific as the rape of a young woman in a Delhi bus on December 19 to shake India out of its complacency over such crimes. We should be collectively grateful for the awakening, and collectively ashamed that we didn’t wake sooner. There were enough and plenty of reasons to have woken up before this ghastly incident. This month itself, going only by cases that made the national news, there were three incidents on just one day, December 5. In Amritsar, an Akali MLA and his accomplices shot dead a policeman because he objected to their harassing his daughter. In Bangalore, a woman playwright was groped, harassed and slapped because she demanded punishment against a biker who ran into her car from behind. In Bombay, a boy of 19 was stabbed to death by a group of younger boys because he tried to stop them from harassing a girl. The terrifying lack of justice has been staring us in the face for years, but most people didn’t seem to see it until ...
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Music review 22.12.2012 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Music review
It takes more than an IQ number to tell how our brains work 22.12.2012 DNA: Top News
Age, gender, even an ability to play computer games all determine our intelligence
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A wounded nation seeks answers 22.12.2012 Hindustan Times: India
A wounded nation seeks answers
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Why the rapes don’t stop 22.12.2012 Asian Age: Mumbai
#rape It is tragic that it took an episode as horrific as the rape of a young woman in a Delhi bus on December 19 to shake India out of its complacency over such crimes. We should be collectively grateful for the awakening, and collectively ashamed that we didn’t wake sooner. There were enough and plenty of reasons to have woken up before this ghastly incident. This month itself, going only by cases that made the national news, there were three incidents on just one day, December 5. In Amritsar, an Akali MLA and his accomplices shot dead a policeman because he objected to their harassing his daughter. In Bangalore, a woman playwright was groped, harassed and slapped because she demanded punishment against a biker who ran into her car from behind. In Bombay, a boy of 19 was stabbed to death by a group of younger boys because he tried to stop them from harassing a girl. The terrifying lack of justice has been staring us in the face for years, but most people didn’t seem to see it until ...
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Now, employers can legally sack workers they find irresistible 22.12.2012 New Kerala: World News
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Employers can fire workers they find too sexy: US court 22.12.2012 CNN-IBN: World
A dentist terminated his woman assistant because his wife considered her a threat to their marriage.
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Pope presses opposition against gay marriage 22.12.2012 CNN-IBN: World
The pope made the comments in his Christmas address to the Vatican bureaucracy, one of his most important speeches.
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Poetic Justice 22.12.2012 India Today| Cover Story
Poetic Justice
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Gender clubs in Tiruchi plan campaigns against sexual harassment 22.12.2012 Hindu: Cities
Students in the city have joined in the national outrage sparked off by the gang rape of a young woman in Delhi by drafting an action plan to sensitize male and female students on sexual harassment...
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Search for new WTO chief heats up with four new nominees 22.12.2012 HBL: Home
The race to find a replacement for Frenchman Pascal Lamy in the World Trade Organisation’s top post heated up today with the disclosure that Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya and New Zealand had all added...
Pope rebukes dash to gay marriage 22.12.2012 DNA: Top News
Pontiff says move is a threat to family life and challenges politicians for sexual policies that question notion of what being human really means.
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Re-examine deletions in voters' list: HC 22.12.2012 deccanherald.com
Re-examine deletions in voters' list: HC
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Out of Depth 22.12.2012 IE: Columns
This week, television obsessed on the predictable Gujarat story, neglecting other issues
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