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Noida killings: Residents attack police 1.1.2007 TOI: India
Angry Nithari villagers attacked police outside the residence of the alleged serial killer in Noida.
Armymen go on rampage, ransack police station 1.1.2007 TOI: India
Several Armymen ransacked a police station in Kolkata, after two soldiers were arrested on charges of eve-teasing at a function in a posh hotel during the New Years celebrations.
Army jawans ransack Kolkata police station 1.1.2007 DNA: Top News
The army men went on a rampage after two soldiers were arrested on charges of eve-teasing at a function in a posh Kolkata hotel.
Army holds court of inquiry on jawans 1.1.2007 New Kerala: India News
Kolkata, Jan 1: The Army's Eastern Command today started a court of inquiry into its personnel going on a rampage at the Park Street police station here last night and freeing two officers arrested for alleged eve-teasing at a hotel.
Army jawans go on rampage, ransack police station 1.1.2007 New Kerala: India News
Kolkata, Jan 1: New Years celebrations in the city were marred as army men went on a rampage at a police station here after two soldiers were arrested on charges of eve- teasing at a function in a posh hotel in the wee hours today.
Army holds court of inquiry on jawans 1.1.2007 Sify News
The Army's Eastern Command on Monday started a court of inquiry into its personnel going on a rampage at the Park Street police station in Kolkata and freeing two officers arrested for alleged eve-teasing at a hotel in the wee hours of Monday.
Jawans go on rampage, ransack police station 1.1.2007 Sify News
New Year’s celebrations in the city were marred as Army men went on a rampage at a police station in Kolkata after two soldiers were arrested on charges of eve-teasing at a function in a posh hotel in the wee hours of Monday.
Army to take action against jawans 1.1.2007 Sify News
The Army on Monday said it would take action against the soldiers who went on a rampage in a Kolkata police station after two soldiers were arrested on charges of eve-teasing.
Kalpana Sharma: Violence behind closed doors 8.11.2006 India Together
We can now celebrate the fact that India is one of the few countries around the world that recognises that domestic violence is a violation of the human rights of women. The law alone is not enough, but it surely strengthens the hand of those who want to establish these rights.
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Immoral trafficking (amendment) bill in Parliament 29.10.2006 India Together
New provisions in law would make sexual exploitation of trafficked persons punishable. While well-intended, the draft bill is vague; the term 'sexual exploitation' is not clearly defined. Without this, the bill's provisions could lead to greater harassment of prostitutes and their clients. Kaushiki Sanyal presents a legislative brief.
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Not just a matter of choice 1.9.2004 India Together - Women

Both legalisation and decriminalisation talk about protecting prostitutes from police harassment, as well as guarding their right of choice. But they have so far failed to address the issue of vulnerability of the women in the sex trade. Asha Ramesh notes different voices in the debate over what the legal stance towards prostitution should be.
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Raw deal for women journalists 20.7.2004 India Together - Women

The recently released `Status of Women Journalists in India' report, commissioned by the National Commission for Women presents a disturbing picture of women journalists. Malvika Kaul reports.
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Another kind of war 1.4.2003 India Together - Women

Last month, women's groups were engaged in a vigorous debate with the National Commission on Women (NCW) about a bill on sexual harassment, says Kalpana Sharma.
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Japan says high heels for women at work 'occupationally necessary' 1.1.1970 Sify News
[Japan], Jun 6 (ANI): A Japanese minister on Wednesday sparked controversy with his statement that it is "socially accepted" to force women to wear high heels at workplaces. For many years now
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16 charged for burning girl alive in Bangladesh 1.1.1970 Sify News
Sixteen people, including a head teacher of an Islamic seminary, were charged in Bangladesh on Wednesday with the murder of a 19-year-old girl, who was burnt to death after reporting sexual harassment.
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Reports of differences between AG, govt motivated: Jaitley 1.1.1970 Sify News
Venugopal had written to all the Supreme Court judges to set up a committee of three retired judges of the apex court to look into allegations of sexual harassment made against CJI Ranjan Gogoi by a dismissed woman employee of the court.
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CJI Gogoi's response to harassment charges do a disservice to his post 1.1.1970 Sify News
The CJI, by taking the step of convening a hearing in which he presided over, involving serious allegations against him, is odd to say the least. He made his case by portraying himself as the victim and referring to the damage to his reputation. 
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Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi accused of sexual harassment 1.1.1970 Sify News
The woman has alleged that Gogoi made sexual advances on her while they were at his residence office on 10 and 11 October, last year.
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Timely action could have averted arson attack on Nusrat Jahan: Bangla Police 1.1.1970 Sify News
[Bangladesh], Apr 19 (ANI): The Bangladesh Police on Thursday said that the arson attack on Nusrat Jahan Rafi could have been averted had the local administration and the madrasa governing body
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Canadian model harassment case: Police arrest accused 1.1.1970 Sify News
[Pakistan], Apr 18 (ANI): Islamabad police on Thursday arrested two men accused of harassing a Canadian-based model and humanitarian worker, Assma Galuta, during her visit to Pakistan.
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