Rape videos emanate from belief that men are greater than women

‘To create fear, strong punishment should be given’ Bengaluru: A horrifying video of a woman being brutally assaulted and raped by four men and a woman has been circulated on a porn site. This is not the first time a rape video has made its way to cyberspace. Neha Dalal, a psychologist and professor at L.S. […]

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Continued Practice of Commercial Surrogacy

Despite the ban on surrogacy many foreign nationals come to India in search of surrogates. By Aakriti Valecha Bengaluru, 10 April,  2019. Indian surrogacy law makes it illegal for foreign couples to come to India for Surrogacy. The law states that surrogates must be related to the couple. Zahanat, a citizen of Dubai, who came […]

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Will Removal of Child Locks From Cabs Make Women Safe?

Some women feel the child locks would be successful in preventing attacks on women. By Sahana S Bengaluru, Jan. 24, 2019. Despite the Karnataka transport department’s order to disable child locks in commercial vehicles, women in the city continue to feel unsafe. “The removal of child locks does not ensure women’s safety. If the driver […]

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Child Trafficking on the Rise in Karnataka

There has been an increase in cases of child trafficking in Karnataka in recent years with the year’s count standing at 929 so far. By Oisika Dev Bengaluru, Jan. 17, 2019. “The Criminal Investigation Department (CID), NGOs and the local police station work hand in hand to rescue kids from trafficking. We monitor the activities […]

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