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On Monday, women from the city along with members of the Mahila Congress went to meet Police Commissioner Nirmal Singh Dhillon, demanding a ban on the sale of acid and exemplary punishment for such attackers. The women were seen raising slogans such
Its character is fully exposed as a party by Modi, for Modi, of Modi," Mahila Congress chief Shobha Oza told reporters. Congress dismissed BJP charge that it was attempting to shield Tarun Tejpal and hit back saying the cap fits the opposition party
BJP today dismissed former Tehelka editor Tarun Tejpal's demand that the sexual assault case against him be handed over to CBI , saying he may be using this as an "escape route" as he is close to ruling Congress. Congress, however, rejected BJP's
Slamming Jaitley for his "audacity" to accuse the Congress of using disgruntled officers to attack Modi, Chacko said it appears that the tweets and taunts have really disturbed the BJP and wondered, "How many disgruntled officers are there in Gujarat?
The Hindu President Pranab Mukherjee The Congress on Monday led a delegation of women activists, who submitted a memorandum to President Pranab Mukherjee demanding a judicial probe into the alleged stalking of a woman by Gujarat Police in 2009.
Congress stooping to new lows The Congress on Sunday demanded an inquiry by a retired or serving judge of the Supreme Court into the alleged violation of the right to privacy of a woman architect who, it said, was put under surveillance by the former
Mohali has crossed Rs 2,000 crore of software export mark, which is a milestone for a Tier-II city, Punjab Industries and Commerce Minister Anil Joshi said today. He said that during the financial year 2011-12, the export from this region was Rs 1,
Women are set to get a raw deal, yet again, in the forthcoming assembly elections in Karnataka. Ironically, a pro-Congress breeze blowing in the state is likely to dash the the aspirations of women seeking ticket from the a party led by a woman,
I respect women, but under the laws, men are at the receiving end," he said while addressing a meeting organised by the Congress' women's wing. "If a woman says she is looked at (by men) or a finger pointed at her, or (he) sits beside her, that is
Demands for death penalty to rapists and sweeping police reforms, including fifty percent all-women police stations, reverberated during the discussions at Congress Chintan Shivir coming in the backdrop of the barbaric Delhi gang-rape incident. Prime