Having been an insider, a resident in the world of journalism for many years, it is surreal to watch the steady demise of the fourth pillar of our democracy.
Indian man Harvinder Singh’s documentary reveals the situation of rapes in the UK. The film also suggests that one-third of Britons believe women are responsible for rape.
The views of those defending December 16 convicts have shocked everyone. Here's a video of a girl who gives them a stinging response. Do you agree with what she has to say?
Write Stuff | 5-minute read
It is time we asked the questions, but not because the BBC documentary prompted us to.
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If his statements are to be believed, the makers have exploited the December 16 gangrape to advance their agenda.
The Other | 2-minute read
When it comes to sexual violence, what is this rapacious desire to account for the crime then and there?
Breaking views | 1-minute read
Leslee Udwin, director of India's Daughter, said the December 2012 rape and the protests that followed was an "Arab spring for gender equality."
The debate on the safety of women must shift from this unsolvable century long "change mindset" project to accountable policing and speedy justice.
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