Salman Nizami claims his account was ‘hacked’ in 2013 when he made the derogatory rape tweets: Here’s what we found
Congress leader Salman Nizami had made some vile and disgusting tweets merely a month after the Nirbhaya rape and murder case.
Karnataka’s Rs 620 cr Safe City project, irregularities in tender process, whistleblower D Roopa’s side of the story and links to IMA Gold scam
Hemant Nimbalkar is Chairman of both Tender Inviting Committee and Tender Scrutinising Committee of the 'Safe City' Project
How Congress, led by UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, was flippant about rape-related legal framework after Nirbhaya case
Then Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde didn't interact even once with the committee he had appointed after the Nirbhaya case
Forgotten daughter of Uttarakhand: Before Nirbhaya, girl working in Delhi was kidnapped, raped and brutally murdered in Haryana
In February 2012, a 19-year-old girl from Delhi was abducted, gang-raped, brutalised and abandoned to die at a mustard field in Haryana
Rohini Singh of The Wire uses the Hathras incident to peddle an agenda that Rahul Gandhi had tried to, fails spectacularly
While Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra indulged in their usual theatrics over Hathras, trusted allies like Rohini Singh of The Wire started peddling their propaganda
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If the gory, gut-wrenching details of how Nirbhaya was subjected to fatal gang-rape do not ace the tests of rarest of the rare, inviting the maximum punishment of death penalty, what will?
United Nations asks nations to put a moratorium on capital punishment a day after the hanging of convicts in Nirbhaya case
UN asked countries to halt capital punishment a day after hanging of Nirbhaya case convicts in India
Six men were accused of gang-raping and murdering the 23-year-old medical student, who came to be called Nirbhaya. Of the six, four were convicted, one was a juvenile, who got convicted by the juvenile justice board.
So-called human rights activists claim “moral high ground” to denounce justice to Nirbhaya by classifying it as an act of revenge
Nirbhaya was brutally raped, her intestines were ripped and she was shoved with an iron rod. It thus qualified as a "rarest of rare" crime.
Replying to the lawyer of the rapists of Nirbhaya, Justice Manmohan said, "We are close to the time where your client can meet God."