Delhi Safety


'Delhi Safety' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Delhi High Court Slams Centre For Not Clearing Additional Police Force

    Delhi High Court Slams Centre For Not Clearing Additional Police Force

    The Delhi High Court on Thursday slammed the central government for not clearing funds to create additional posts in the Delhi Police, wondering how an inadequate force would ensure safety of women, children and elderly.

  • Ten Highlights From Aam Aadmi Party's First Delhi Budget

    Ten Highlights From Aam Aadmi Party's First Delhi Budget

    The Aam Aadmi Party government has announced a 41,129 crore budget with special focus on education, health, jobs and women's security. Here are 10 points from what AAP calls the country's first "Swaraj budget."

  • India Matters: Call When You Reach Home

    India Matters: Call When You Reach Home

    It's no city for women, scream the headlines. So what are young women to do? Strong, independent and individualistic women, on the cusp of what promises to be a brilliant career. Should they circumscribe their lives and give in? Or fight the odds, possibly by choosing their battles and adopting survival strategies?

  • Two Years Later, Bus Ride to Mark December 16 Gang Rape

    A group of NGOs and professionals has organised a bus ride on December 16 to mark the second anniversary of the gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old physiotherapy student.

  • Very Few Safety Promises Kept, Recounts This Cab Driver in Bengaluru

    Very Few Safety Promises Kept, Recounts This Cab Driver in Bengaluru

    After the rape of a woman allegedly by a cab driver in Delhi, safety concerns have once again surfaced among working women. And by the account of a former call centre driver in Bangalore, many promises are made in the companies but very few are kept.

  • Opinion: My Arrest Changed My Attitude About Life

    Opinion: My Arrest Changed My Attitude About Life

    Devyani Khobragade on why she ran the Delhi half-marathon.

  • Delhi: Working women look for jobs outside city, says study

    Delhi: Working women look for jobs outside city, says study

    Citing lack of safety concerns, around 43 per cent of working in Delhi are willing to relocate outside the city even at the cost of a pay cut, according to a recent study.

  • $250,000 US grant for women's safety in Delhi

    $250,000 US grant for women's safety in Delhi

    The US Agency for International Development (USAID) on Tuesday announced a $250,000 grant for the "Delhi Safe City - Free of Violence against Women and Girls", to be implemented in partnership with Indian civil society organisations.

  • Delhi voted most unsafe metro city in survey

    Delhi voted most unsafe metro city in survey

    Delhi has been voted as the most unsafe metro city in the country by women travelling alone for leisure, business or both, a recent survey has found.

  • To assess Delhi safety, minister takes public bus

    Amid growing concerns over security on Delhi streets during night, Minister of State for Home R P N Singh on Friday night travelled in cognito in a bus to see for himself the actual scenario.

  • Delhi fights disaster in a massive earthquake drill

    Delhi fights disaster in a massive earthquake drill

    Ambulance sirens screamed, firefighters rescued pretend victims and children dove under school desks for cover during a citywide disaster drill on Wednesday in the congested, quake-vulnerable Delhi. It was the biggest-ever earthquake drill for the city where poorly constructed buildings, loosely hanging electrical wires and narrow alleys that encou...

  • From stethoscopes to pepper spray: Doctors fight for women's safety in Delhi

    From stethoscopes to pepper spray: Doctors fight for women's safety in Delhi

    If the demonstrations are anything to go by, then Delhi's women are gearing up to take matters of their safety into their own hands. With several cases of crimes against women reported in the Capital in the final months of 2010, the city police's promises have fallen flat.On Sunday, as part of Mirchi Jhonk, a campaign for safety and empowerment of ...

  • Delhi BPO rape case: Three men arrested

    Delhi BPO rape case: Three men arrested

    Delhi Police have arrested two persons for their alleged involvement in the abduction and rape of a 30-year-old call centre employee here last week. The two identified as Shamshad and Usman have a criminal background and were allegedly involved in a gangrape case earlier also.DCP (south) H G S Dhaliwal said, "Two persons have been arrested. We have...

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'Delhi Safety' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Delhi High Court Slams Centre For Not Clearing Additional Police Force

    Delhi High Court Slams Centre For Not Clearing Additional Police Force

    The Delhi High Court on Thursday slammed the central government for not clearing funds to create additional posts in the Delhi Police, wondering how an inadequate force would ensure safety of women, children and elderly.

  • Ten Highlights From Aam Aadmi Party's First Delhi Budget

    Ten Highlights From Aam Aadmi Party's First Delhi Budget

    The Aam Aadmi Party government has announced a 41,129 crore budget with special focus on education, health, jobs and women's security. Here are 10 points from what AAP calls the country's first "Swaraj budget."

  • India Matters: Call When You Reach Home

    India Matters: Call When You Reach Home

    It's no city for women, scream the headlines. So what are young women to do? Strong, independent and individualistic women, on the cusp of what promises to be a brilliant career. Should they circumscribe their lives and give in? Or fight the odds, possibly by choosing their battles and adopting survival strategies?

  • Two Years Later, Bus Ride to Mark December 16 Gang Rape

    A group of NGOs and professionals has organised a bus ride on December 16 to mark the second anniversary of the gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old physiotherapy student.

  • Very Few Safety Promises Kept, Recounts This Cab Driver in Bengaluru

    Very Few Safety Promises Kept, Recounts This Cab Driver in Bengaluru

    After the rape of a woman allegedly by a cab driver in Delhi, safety concerns have once again surfaced among working women. And by the account of a former call centre driver in Bangalore, many promises are made in the companies but very few are kept.

  • Opinion: My Arrest Changed My Attitude About Life

    Opinion: My Arrest Changed My Attitude About Life

    Devyani Khobragade on why she ran the Delhi half-marathon.

  • Delhi: Working women look for jobs outside city, says study

    Delhi: Working women look for jobs outside city, says study

    Citing lack of safety concerns, around 43 per cent of working in Delhi are willing to relocate outside the city even at the cost of a pay cut, according to a recent study.

  • $250,000 US grant for women's safety in Delhi

    $250,000 US grant for women's safety in Delhi

    The US Agency for International Development (USAID) on Tuesday announced a $250,000 grant for the "Delhi Safe City - Free of Violence against Women and Girls", to be implemented in partnership with Indian civil society organisations.

  • Delhi voted most unsafe metro city in survey

    Delhi voted most unsafe metro city in survey

    Delhi has been voted as the most unsafe metro city in the country by women travelling alone for leisure, business or both, a recent survey has found.

  • To assess Delhi safety, minister takes public bus

    Amid growing concerns over security on Delhi streets during night, Minister of State for Home R P N Singh on Friday night travelled in cognito in a bus to see for himself the actual scenario.

  • Delhi fights disaster in a massive earthquake drill

    Delhi fights disaster in a massive earthquake drill

    Ambulance sirens screamed, firefighters rescued pretend victims and children dove under school desks for cover during a citywide disaster drill on Wednesday in the congested, quake-vulnerable Delhi. It was the biggest-ever earthquake drill for the city where poorly constructed buildings, loosely hanging electrical wires and narrow alleys that encou...

  • From stethoscopes to pepper spray: Doctors fight for women's safety in Delhi

    From stethoscopes to pepper spray: Doctors fight for women's safety in Delhi

    If the demonstrations are anything to go by, then Delhi's women are gearing up to take matters of their safety into their own hands. With several cases of crimes against women reported in the Capital in the final months of 2010, the city police's promises have fallen flat.On Sunday, as part of Mirchi Jhonk, a campaign for safety and empowerment of ...

  • Delhi BPO rape case: Three men arrested

    Delhi BPO rape case: Three men arrested

    Delhi Police have arrested two persons for their alleged involvement in the abduction and rape of a 30-year-old call centre employee here last week. The two identified as Shamshad and Usman have a criminal background and were allegedly involved in a gangrape case earlier also.DCP (south) H G S Dhaliwal said, "Two persons have been arrested. We have...

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