On October 25, a special POCSO court in Kerala's Palakkad district acquitted three persons in connection with the rape of two minor Dalit sisters in Walayar, a region on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border, dating back to the year 2017.
According to the plea, the accused allegedly raped a 35-year-old woman in 2011 at a farmhouse. A video of the act, shot by the accused, forced her into silence and the abuse continued for several months.
Surajit Ganguly, who has already been banned by the Swimming Federation of India, allegedly sexually abused a 15-year-old girl whom he was training, a purported video of which went viral on social media. Following this, he was sacked by GSA.
According to police, the woman was on her way to the bus stand when she was approached by her 22-year-old former lover who forcibly took her to an isolated place on his bike, to convince her to marry him.
Nadia Murad, a survivor of sexual violence by the Islamic State, and Dr Denis Mukwege, a gynecological surgeon, were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their campaigns against the use of rape as a weapon of war.
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A 16-year-old boy living in Andheri was allegedly raped by 15 boys over the past one year. In his complaint to the police, the victim said he finally confided in a friend when he felt “unbearable pain” two days ago after the last assault on June 26. The police have booked all 15 accused and […]
Balia (UP), Jan 25 (ANI): A 20-year-old woman, who was preparing for police recruitment, was raped and later murdered in Balia, Uttar Pradesh. Balia Superintendent of Police Anish Ahmad Ansari said the accused had slit her throat and later sealed her body, which has now being sent for post mortem. Ansari added that a case has been registered and all possibilities are being probed.
New delhi, Jan 11 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Monday ordered the Parliament to discuss a petition filed by lawyer Mahalaxmi Pavani against offenders who commit heinous crimes against infants. Pavani on Monday said that there are many laws against rapists but the punishments mentioned in these laws are not enough for pedophiles.