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Jan 15, 2013

After girl's rape, Goa schools told to keep out strangers

day after a seven-year-old girl was raped in a school toilet, the Goa government Tuesday told all schools to beef up security near their premises.
Speaking to reporters here, Women and Child Development Minister Dilip Parulekar said a circular to the effect had been issued to all schools in the state.
"We have asked all school managements to review the security measures for their premises. All security guards have been asked to keep an eye for strangers in the campus. We will not allow anyone to loiter in school premises without reason henceforth," Parulekar said.
The Goa Police crime branch has already been directed to probe the rape of the girl in school premises in the port town of Vasco, around 40 km from here.
While the rapist is still at large, police have arrested the school's headmistress for inordinately delaying the registration of a first information report in the incident.
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar along with top administration and police officials had to rush to the school Monday night after irate residents and friends of the victim's parents laid siege to the school not allowing the staff to step out.
The girl was found in a state of shock in the school toilet, after being raped by an unidentified person who had slipped into the school. The accused is at large, said police.
Incidentally, the education ministry, headed by the chief minister, has ordered the school shut for two days in view of the public ire.


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7-year-old girl raped in school toilet in Goa

A seven-year-old girl was raped in the toilet of a school in Vasco town Monday evening, police said.
The minor girl was found in shock in the toilet and when her parents discovered she was raped, they along with their friends and local residents locked the school with the teachers and management still in side.
Later Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar as well as other local politicians have arrived at vasco, 40 km from here, where over 500 concerned and agitating people had still blocked access to the school..
Police said that they had still not been able to nab the accused, who they suspect had fled even before the melee started.
"We have a description given to us by the girl. No arrests have been made yet," a police official said.

Jan 14, 2013

Supreme Court agrees to hear PIL seeking speedy trials in rape cases

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a public interest litigation (PIL) that seeks speedy trials in rape cases.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir will hear tomorrow the PIL which also sought suspension of MPs and MLAs in case a charge sheet is filed against them for crime against women.
 No safety for women on Delhi roads: Supreme Court

Holding that there was no safety for women on Delhi's roads, the Supreme Court Court said Friday: "We are failing to treat women with dignity, equality and respect."
The observation came as the court issued notice to the central government, the National Commission for Women (NCW) and the Delhi government's State Transport Authority on a public suit questioning the validity of the two finger test conducted on rape victims.
A bench of Justice K.S. Radhakrishnan and Justice Dipak Misra issued the notice on a petition filed by Nipun Saxena, a fourth year student of Delhi's National Law University and Ankita Chaudhary.
The court was told that the invasive two finger test was against the dignity of women. The PIL asked the government to ascertain "the feasibility of "two finger test" as a medical procedure, contending it was "ex facie against the dignity of rape victim".
Seeking framing of elaborate guidelines for the manner in which immediate medico legal assistance is to be provided to the victims of rape, the petition has sought direction that the informant of such happenings should not be confined and harassed or interrogated and the name provided by the victim himself.

Jan 12, 2013

                              WOW INDIANS, SEE WHAT YOU PAID to FREEDOM FIGHTERS
ये फोटो अमर शहीद सरदार ऊधम सिंह जी (जिहोने जालियाँवाला बाग के नरसंहार के जनरल डायर को लंदन मेँ जाकर मारा था) के पौत्र सरदार जीत सिंह का है जो आज इस तरह अपना जीवन चलाने को मजबूर हैं। क्रिकेट में सेंचुरी बनाने पर करोड़ो रुपया मिलता है और शहीदों के परिवार के लोग एक एक पैसे के मोहताज बन कर रह जाते है, जीत सिंह का टीवी इंटरव्यू देखा उसमे बोलते बोलते रो पड़ा जीत सिंह, उस इंटरव्यू का लिंक है https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1l2qJSScyI   YOU CAN ALSO WATCH THE CLIP BY SIMPLY CLICKING ABOVE
इसे देखकर लगता है आजादी अकेले नेहरु गाँधी खानदान ने दिलाई थी इसलिये भारत पर सिर्फ और सिर्फ उनका ही हक है

Udham Singh’s Grandson Jeet Singh Is A Lowly Labourer Shaheed Udham Singh’s grandson “Jeet Singh” works as a laborer in Punjab.  The family has never received any compensation or support from the government.  How ironic that a man can give his life for his country and the country in return gives him nothing.  He could have “sold out” at any time to the British and lived a life of luxury.  Financial stability would have also been secured for many generations of his family.  Instead they are working in demeaning conditions.  Many political leaders have made promises including the last President Zail Singh but none has come through.  Jeet Singh lives in Sangrur village of Punjab with his two sons.Shivnath Jha and Neena Jha, the husband and wife journalist team from Delhi published the book  “Heroes & Martyrs:  Their Neglected Descendants 1857-1947”.  They cover the stories of 22 families of freedom fighters’ descendents.  “We have come a long way since India became independent on 15th August 1947. But it is ironical that the present generation of India does not even know how many young people and freedom fighters laid down their lives for the sake of the country. Even more ironical is the fact that not even five percent population of this huge nation actually remembers those who died during the freedom struggle”. 

बाकि तो सब सिरफिरे थे जिन्होँने देश के लिये अपनी जान देदी

Jan 11, 2013

Delhi gang rape accused says police tortured him

One of five men charged with the gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old physiotherapy student said police tortured him in custody and he and at least three of his co-defendants say they are innocent, lawyers said on Thursday.

The five accused arrived in court for a closed hearing with their faces covered by scarves, and accompanied for the first time by defence lawyers.
The woman died on December 29, two weeks after being raped on a moving bus in New Delhi, then thrown bleeding onto the street along with a male friend who was also beaten. Nationwide protests followed against a perceived failure by authorities to stop violence against women.
One of the accused, Mukesh Singh, the brother of a bus driver who police say was the leader of the gang, will base his defence on police brutality, his lawyer said.
"Mukesh was illegally tortured in the custody of the police," said the lawyer, Manohar Lal Sharma.
Sharma said police had sexually assaulted his client with a stick and humiliated him. "They urinated in his mouth, they did all kinds of things to him. He is facing the same torture now from the jail inmates," he said.

A spokesman for New Delhi police was not available for comment.
The five face various charges including murder, gang rape and abduction and prosecutors have said they will seek the death penalty. A sixth suspect is being investigated separately to determine if he is below the age of 18, as he says he is.
The case has shone a light on a widespread problem of violence against women but also the failure of the criminal justice system to bring the guilty to justice in a country where official statistics show a rape is reported every 20 minutes.
The men were arrested in the days following the December 16 attack when the bus was identified by footage on security cameras, leading police to the driver and alleged gang leader Ram Singh.
Singh, who lived in a New Delhi slum, told his lawyer, V.K. Anand, that he was innocent during a two-hour meeting in Delhi's Tihar jail, the lawyer said.
Two other accused, gym assistant Vinay Sharma and bus cleaner Akshay Kumar Singh, say they were falsely implicated, said their lawyer, A.P. Singh.
"I will ... prove their innocence," the lawyer said after the hearing.
The fifth man has yet to be assigned a lawyer and it is not known what he has told court or how he intends to plea.
Charges against the sixth member of the group have not been brought while police complete an inquiry to confirm his age. If he is found to be below 18 he will be tried in a juvenile court and if convicted will go to a correctional home, not a prison.
For days after their arrest, none of the men had a lawyer. Most members of the judiciary refused to represent them because of the outrage over the attack.
Police conducted extensive interrogations of the men in the absence of any lawyer and they say they have recorded confessions.
The hearings, which are closed to the media, are taking place in a court across the street from a cinema where the victim watched a movie before boarding the bus with a friend who was also severely beaten.

Jan 10, 2013

Delhi Police tender 'unconditional apology' to court

Delhi Police Thursday tendered an "unconditional apology" to the Delhi High Court for defying its order on providing the names of the officials posted on the PCR vans in the areas during the Dec 16 gang-rape incident here.
The police apology came a day after it faced the high court's wrath for not disclosing the names of the officials on Police Control Room (PCR) vans on patrolling duty and claiming that it cannot be blamed for any "consequential order".
Filing fresh status report before the court, counsel appearing for Delhi Police tendered an "unconditional apology" and also submitted the names of officials deployed in the PCR vans during the incident.
A division bench of Chief Justice D. Murugesan and Justice V.K. Jain hearing the case asked the home ministry to increase the number of PCR vans in the city to ensure better safety to people.
The court also asked the central government to appraise it from time to time on the commission of inquiry set up by the government to deal with the related case.
The 23-year-old woman succumbed to the brutal Dec 16 gang-rape and torture in a moving bus in a Singapore hospital Dec 29, sparking a nation wide outrage.  

Lawyer: Police beat Delhi gang rape suspects ..!

I am very happy after i heard this news, and i support delhi police for this, "They are innocent," Manohar Lal Sharma their lawyer said of the five suspects ahead of a court hearing... साला ये वकील भी पीटना चाहिये जो इन बलात्कारियो की पैरवी कर रहा है, पहले कसाब को फांसी दिलाने के लिए सारा देश विरोध करता रहा और अब इन बलात्कारियो को सजा दिलाने के लिए जनता अडिग रहे गी, में तो कहता हु के हमारे देश में कसाब जैसो को पाकिस्तान कत्ले आम के लिए भेजता है, जब की हमारे देश में ही लाखो कसाब छुपे हुए है, कोई नेता के रूप में और कोई हमारी जनता में,  अगर अपने बच्चो को एक साफ सुथरा इंडिया देना है तो अभी टाइम है बदलने का,  आप के पास फेसबुक में स्टेटस अपडेट करने का टाइम है पर अपनी कमेंट्स किसी ऐसे ब्लॉग पे करने का नहीं है। अपने आप से ये सवाल करो के देश के लिए क्या बदिया काम करा आज तक????                                    जय हिन्द .

NEW DELHI Police badly beat the five suspects arrested in the brutal gang rape and killing of a young woman on a New Delhi bus, the lawyer for one of the men said Thursday, accusing authorities of tampering with evidence in the case that has transfixed India.
"They are innocent," Manohar Lal Sharma said of the five suspects ahead of a court hearing, which ended quickly after it turned out some of the official court paperwork listing the charges was illegible. He said police have beaten the men and placed other prisoners into the suspects' cells to threaten them with knives, adding, "You can't believe the reality of Indian prisons."
Five men have been charged with attacking the 23-year-old woman and a male friend on a bus as it was driven through the streets of India's capital. The woman was raped and assaulted with a metal bar on Dec. 16 and eventually died of her injuries. Rape victims are not identified in India, even if they die, and rape trials are closed to the media.
Sharma, who has made a series of inflammatory and often-contradictory statements over the past two days, at one point Thursday said the dead woman's male companion, who boarded the bus with her after the pair saw a movie together, was "responsible for the whole thing." He gave no details, though, and a few hours later said the man's responsibility "was only my opinion."
The case has sparked protests across India by women and men who say India's legal system doesn't do enough to prevent attacks on women. Women have told stories of relentless abuse — from catcalls to bus gropings to rapes — and of a police and judicial system that does little to stop it, often blaming victims' unchaste behavior.
The woman and her male friend were coming home from a movie at a New Delhi mall when they boarded a bus that police say was carrying the defendants, who were traveling together on a joy ride through the city. The woman's friend, who has not been identified, has said he tried to defend the woman but was soon beaten unconscious. The two were eventually stripped and dumped from the bus.
Sharma said that authorities, under pressure to quickly wrap up the case, would convict the suspects no matter what evidence, including forcing them to make incriminating statements.
"What happened to this woman was so heinous, so horrible," Sharma said, adding that, "the police will manipulate the facts."
Sharma also said that the woman's companion was ultimately responsible.
"The boyfriend betrayed" her, he said. "The boyfriend is responsible for the whole thing," he said, before backing away from the statement later in the day.
Sharma spoke to reporters before a hearing for the suspects in a New Delhi court complex. While Sharma had said he represented three of the suspects — bus driver Ram Singh, Singh's brother Mukesh, and another man, Akshay Thakur — the court eventually approved him to serve as the lawyer only for Mukesh Singh. Other lawyers were assigned to three other suspects, and it was not immediately clear why the fifth had no assigned lawyer.
The suspects were quickly hustled into the courtroom Thursday afternoon for the hearing, their faces covered by scarves or hats. They were surrounded by rings of policemen, and it was not clear if they were handcuffed or shackled.
Thursday's hearing had been expected to result in the case being sent to a special "fast-track" court. India's legal system is painfully slow, corrupt and inefficient, with many cases lasting years, even decades.
But much of the work of the hearing had to be postponed until Oct. 14, after lawyers found that some of the official paperwork was not legible.
Sharma appears to be preparing a defense based, in part, on the many problems with the legal and judicial system. He indicated the men had been picked up because the authorities needed to make arrests given the public outcry, and the suspects all come from poor or working class families.
"If the parents of these boys had money, they would not be in court today," he said. India's court system is notorious for allowing wealthy defendants to go free, or at least delaying their trials for years.
He said his clients had all been badly beaten by authorities — a practice common for those under arrest in India — and had repeated whatever statements the police asked them to make. He said Mukesh Singh, 22, was now constantly in tears.
"He is sobbing like a child and saying 'Get me out of here, sir,'" Sharma said.
Authorities have charged the men with murder, rape and other crimes that could bring the death penalty. A sixth suspect, who is 17 years old, is expected to be tried in a juvenile court, where the maximum sentence would be three years in a reform facility.
Prosecutor Rajiv Mohan said last week that a DNA test confirmed that the blood of the victim matched blood stains found on the clothes of all the accused.       

Jan 9, 2013

HELLO DEAR INDIANS,   I am very sad and angry bcoz of BAPU AASHA RAM.....! I saw a clip on you tube,in that clip he is saying that the rape victim is guilty, if she begged and say the rapist brother then the rape couldnt happen, Why some fool pepole follow these type of saints, In my view AASHA RAM is only a fraud and stupid person, aap is link ko khol k aasharam ki speech sun sakte h http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFFnuhsnh6w

ऐसे ढोंगी आदमियो का सरे आम बहिस्कार होना चहिये, पर कुछ लोग इनकी पूजा करते है, क्या हो गया है हमे, खुले आम बलात्कार होते ह सरे आम नेता जनता के पैसो को लूट ते है, हमारे पास फेसबुक के लिए टाइम है, टीवी के लिए टाइम है, एक बार अपने समाज के बारे में सोचने के लिए टाइम नही है, अपने विचार आपको भी इस ब्लॉग में पोस्ट करने चहिये, प्रोटेस्ट के लिए टाइम है, सरकार को कोसने का टाइम है, प्रोटेस्ट से अगर बलात्कार होने बंद होते तो 16 दिसम्बर क बाद लगबग 50 बलात्कार हो चुके है वे नही होते, पुलिस और सरकार के लोग हमारी जनता से ही निकलते है, जब तक पूरा समाज नही बदले गा जब तक ऐसे ही बलात्कार होते रहे गे, मेरी आपसे प्राथना है के कृप्या अपने विचार ब्लॉग पे शेयर करे, मेरा ये सपना है के इस ब्लॉग से दुनिया सुधरे, पूरी नही तो थोड़ी बहुत ही सुधरे, और में अकेला ये नही कर सकता, एक एक बूँद से घडा भरता है, भारत माता हमे पुकार रही है, जागो भाइयो और बहनों जागो
जय हिन्द जय भारत भगत सिंह जिंदाबाद चन्दर्शेखर जिंदाबाद महात्मा गाँधी जिंदाबाद 

Jan 8, 2013


HELLO my dear indian, hum sab kyu apna fraz bhul gye h, hum kyu hmesa goverment and police ko blame krte h, police our politicians moon se nhi aate, hmari society se hi nikle hote h, kya aap apne aap se is swal ka shi answer puch sakte h k KYA ME EK ACHA AADMI aur ACHA CITIZEN HU?????????????

BROTHERS & SISTERS, please pahle apne aap ko badlo then apni family ko badlo, kyo ki agr har aadmi aisa krega to society clean and great ho jayegi......

AAP log protest krte h rallys nikalte h,candle march krte h, but kya aisa krne se rape hone band ho jayege?? aur kya INDIA CORRUPTION FREE ho jayega???? iska jwab h NAHI...!!

Hum log police aur goverment me kamiya nikalte nikalte main facts ko bhul gye h,jab tak me,aap, pura desh nhi sudhrega jab tak aisa hi chalta rhegi, Agr protest se rape rukte to 16 december k bad krib 20 rape jo aur huye a we ruk jate, rape b hmari society me rahne wale krte h and protest b, hum bachpan se ye hi sunte aa rhe h k POLICE khrab h, GOVERMENT CORRUPT h, ek trah se hmara brain wash ho chuka h, hum b agr apne bacho ko aisa hi sikhayege to we bde hokar kaise INDIA ko CHANGE kar skte h..................PLEASE THINK ONCE... AND PLS SHARE YOUR VIEWS, HMARE SYSTEM ME KYA CHEEJE NHI HONI CAHIYE AAP K VICHAR SE?? KAISE BDLEGA YE desh, Apne VICHAR likhiye,  IF U WANT TO SEE A GRET INDIA, DO SOMETHING GREAT, AGR 100 TAK COUNTING KRNI H TO AAP 90 SE START NHI KAR SAKTE, AAPKO 1 SE HI SURUAAT KRNI HOGII, IS BLOG KO RAN BHUMI BANANE ME SAHYOG DE aur JITNA HO SAKE UTNA ISE SHARE KRE, HAR HINDUSATNI KO DIKHA DE KI KAISE DESH BADLE GA, AAP K VICHARO KA MUJE BESABRI SE INTZAAR H................................