Delhi Women Safety


'Delhi Women Safety' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Lieutenant Governor Asks Delhi To Audit Third Party-Run Children Homes

    Lieutenant Governor Asks Delhi To Audit Third Party-Run Children Homes

    Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal on Monday asked the Delhi government to audit all third party-run children homes and shelter homes in the city to ensure the safety and security of the inmates.

  • Thief Tried To Steal Her Bag. She Caught Him, Handed Him Over To Police

    Thief Tried To Steal Her Bag. She Caught Him, Handed Him Over To Police

    In an act of bravery, a 22-year-old woman caught a thief trying to steal items from her bag and handed him over to the police in east Delhi's Pandav Nagar area, an official said on July 10.

  • Delhi Girls Prefer Safety Quotient Over College Ranking: Study

    Delhi Girls Prefer Safety Quotient Over College Ranking: Study

    Girls in the national capital take into account the distance, route and transport availability while choosing a college than the institution's credentials due to safety concerns, says a study by Brown University PhD scholar Girija Borker.

  • For Delhi, 600 Police Women On Motorbikes With Body Cameras And Guns

    For Delhi, 600 Police Women On Motorbikes With Body Cameras And Guns

    An all-female police motorbike squad is set to take to Delhi's streets next month, a senior police official said.

  • Girl Screams 'Help' From Car. Then A Surprise For Delhi Police Team

    Girl Screams 'Help' From Car. Then A Surprise For Delhi Police Team

    A girl's PCR call for help kept Delhi Police on their toes on the night of October 23. When "rescued", it turned out that she had called just for fun.

  • What Ola Did After Woman Writes Post About Cab Driver Filming Her

    What Ola Did After Woman Writes Post About Cab Driver Filming Her

    A Delhi-based entrepreneur recently shared a cautionary tale about her harrowing experience in a cab and all women who travel alone need to read it.

  • AAP Government Has Failed to Provide Safety to People: BJP

    AAP Government Has Failed to Provide Safety to People: BJP

    As a political slugfest erupted over the gangrape of two young girls in Delhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Vijender Gupta accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of playing "shallow politics" over such crimes and also charged that the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had failed to ensure the safety of women.

  • A New Fleet of Radio Cabs in Delhi, For Women, By Women

    A New Fleet of Radio Cabs in Delhi, For Women, By Women

    An initiative to make Delhi roads safer for women is what led them to start a cab service especially for women, claims Meru Cabs service.

  • 2 Years On, Delhi Women Helpline Struggles to Handle Load of Distress Calls

    2 Years On, Delhi Women Helpline Struggles to Handle Load of Distress Calls

    The rape of a young woman executive allegedly by an Uber cab driver on December 5 has exposed the safety of women in the national capital yet again.

  • 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.

  • Post December 16, Delhi breaks 10-year record on rapes

    Post December 16, Delhi breaks 10-year record on rapes

    India's capital, whose name was mud after the December 16 gang-rape and several such incidents after that, recorded a staggering 1,036 rape cases in the first eight months of this year, according to police data. The figure is the highest in the last 10 years.

  • Delhi Shame: 3 girls kidnapped, 2 raped and one still untraced

    Delhi Shame: 3 girls kidnapped, 2 raped and one still untraced

    A 13-year-old student kidnapped and raped by a 30-year-old after she snubbed his friendship request; a teenaged girl gang-raped by two men in a car and another yet to be traced after being forced into a car by two young men. It was a night of shame for Delhi on Thursday as the three incidents were reported from the city within hours.

  • Northeastern woman molested near DU

    Northeastern woman molested near DU

    A 25-year-old woman from Mizoram was allegedly molested by a man at a public phone booth at Timarpur area, near Delhi University on Sunday. According to police, the woman belonging to the Naga community is residing in Gandhi Vihar at present. She was formerly a student of Delhi University and is currently preparing for competitive exams.

  • Girl beaten up for resisting gang rape

    Girl beaten up for resisting gang rape

    A 17-year-old girl was allegedly brutally beaten up by four persons after she resisted a gang-rape attempt. The incident was reported from Aman Vihar area, outer Delhi. Police said that they have apprehended a juvenile, while a hunt is on to nab the other accused.

  • 80 percent women fear for safety in Delhi: Survey

    Nearly 80 percent of Delhi women fear for their safety in the city, a new survey says. The Delhi government's women and child development department, NGO Jagori and international organisation Unifem conducted the survey. The survey, released Thursday, is based on interviews of 5,010 people, including 3,816 women and 944 men. The rest are common wit...

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'Delhi Women Safety' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Lieutenant Governor Asks Delhi To Audit Third Party-Run Children Homes

    Lieutenant Governor Asks Delhi To Audit Third Party-Run Children Homes

    Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal on Monday asked the Delhi government to audit all third party-run children homes and shelter homes in the city to ensure the safety and security of the inmates.

  • Thief Tried To Steal Her Bag. She Caught Him, Handed Him Over To Police

    Thief Tried To Steal Her Bag. She Caught Him, Handed Him Over To Police

    In an act of bravery, a 22-year-old woman caught a thief trying to steal items from her bag and handed him over to the police in east Delhi's Pandav Nagar area, an official said on July 10.

  • Delhi Girls Prefer Safety Quotient Over College Ranking: Study

    Delhi Girls Prefer Safety Quotient Over College Ranking: Study

    Girls in the national capital take into account the distance, route and transport availability while choosing a college than the institution's credentials due to safety concerns, says a study by Brown University PhD scholar Girija Borker.

  • For Delhi, 600 Police Women On Motorbikes With Body Cameras And Guns

    For Delhi, 600 Police Women On Motorbikes With Body Cameras And Guns

    An all-female police motorbike squad is set to take to Delhi's streets next month, a senior police official said.

  • Girl Screams 'Help' From Car. Then A Surprise For Delhi Police Team

    Girl Screams 'Help' From Car. Then A Surprise For Delhi Police Team

    A girl's PCR call for help kept Delhi Police on their toes on the night of October 23. When "rescued", it turned out that she had called just for fun.

  • What Ola Did After Woman Writes Post About Cab Driver Filming Her

    What Ola Did After Woman Writes Post About Cab Driver Filming Her

    A Delhi-based entrepreneur recently shared a cautionary tale about her harrowing experience in a cab and all women who travel alone need to read it.

  • AAP Government Has Failed to Provide Safety to People: BJP

    AAP Government Has Failed to Provide Safety to People: BJP

    As a political slugfest erupted over the gangrape of two young girls in Delhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Vijender Gupta accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of playing "shallow politics" over such crimes and also charged that the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had failed to ensure the safety of women.

  • A New Fleet of Radio Cabs in Delhi, For Women, By Women

    A New Fleet of Radio Cabs in Delhi, For Women, By Women

    An initiative to make Delhi roads safer for women is what led them to start a cab service especially for women, claims Meru Cabs service.

  • 2 Years On, Delhi Women Helpline Struggles to Handle Load of Distress Calls

    2 Years On, Delhi Women Helpline Struggles to Handle Load of Distress Calls

    The rape of a young woman executive allegedly by an Uber cab driver on December 5 has exposed the safety of women in the national capital yet again.

  • 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.

  • Post December 16, Delhi breaks 10-year record on rapes

    Post December 16, Delhi breaks 10-year record on rapes

    India's capital, whose name was mud after the December 16 gang-rape and several such incidents after that, recorded a staggering 1,036 rape cases in the first eight months of this year, according to police data. The figure is the highest in the last 10 years.

  • Delhi Shame: 3 girls kidnapped, 2 raped and one still untraced

    Delhi Shame: 3 girls kidnapped, 2 raped and one still untraced

    A 13-year-old student kidnapped and raped by a 30-year-old after she snubbed his friendship request; a teenaged girl gang-raped by two men in a car and another yet to be traced after being forced into a car by two young men. It was a night of shame for Delhi on Thursday as the three incidents were reported from the city within hours.

  • Northeastern woman molested near DU

    Northeastern woman molested near DU

    A 25-year-old woman from Mizoram was allegedly molested by a man at a public phone booth at Timarpur area, near Delhi University on Sunday. According to police, the woman belonging to the Naga community is residing in Gandhi Vihar at present. She was formerly a student of Delhi University and is currently preparing for competitive exams.

  • Girl beaten up for resisting gang rape

    Girl beaten up for resisting gang rape

    A 17-year-old girl was allegedly brutally beaten up by four persons after she resisted a gang-rape attempt. The incident was reported from Aman Vihar area, outer Delhi. Police said that they have apprehended a juvenile, while a hunt is on to nab the other accused.

  • 80 percent women fear for safety in Delhi: Survey

    Nearly 80 percent of Delhi women fear for their safety in the city, a new survey says. The Delhi government's women and child development department, NGO Jagori and international organisation Unifem conducted the survey. The survey, released Thursday, is based on interviews of 5,010 people, including 3,816 women and 944 men. The rest are common wit...

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