Mg Road Molestation

'Mg Road Molestation' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Nepalese Woman Molested In Gurugram Night Club
    Gurgaon News | Press Trust of India | Sunday July 9, 2017
    A Nepalese woman was allegedly molested by three persons at a night club at MG Road in Gurugram and her husband brutally beaten up by the men when he tried to intervene in the matter, police said today.
  • Women Staff Of Gurgaon Pub Beat Molester, Video Goes Viral
    Gurgaon News | Press Trust of India | Monday June 12, 2017
    Women employees of a pub in Gurgaon beat up an alleged molester with slippers in full public view, a video of which has gone viral on social media.
  • 'It Didn't Happen,' Bengaluru Police Chief Says On Mass Molestation
    Bangalore News | Reported by Maya Sharma, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Friday January 6, 2017
    The alleged mass molestation of women on Bengaluru's iconic MG Road stretch on New Year's Eve "did not happen", the new chief of city police, Pravin Sood, told NDTV. Later, he clarified that while such a thing "could have happened" in a city of 10 million, there was "no evidence" of it.
  • Blog: An Open Letter To Women From A Man
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Thursday January 5, 2017
    Men have a lot of excuses and explanations for what they do to you. Every stare at a public place, every slimy touch in a public transport, every snide remark that men make. Get one thing right, men have a reason for it. And when we can't come up with a good enough reason, and mind you that's very rare, we just pass it off as a joke. Yes, you heard...
  • Blog: TV Channels, Stop Saying This Is "Bengaluru's Shame"
    Blog | Sandhya Menon | Thursday January 5, 2017
    A woman being sexually assaulted, molested on the street, raped brutally is not a matter of shame alone. Shame doesn't even begin to describe what the assault is about. A woman being attacked is about a country of men that have, for far too long, lived entitled lives, where women are constantly accommodating them so that they don't have to bear the...
  • Blog: Why Bengaluru's Men Felt Entitled To Molest Women That Night
    Blog | Revathy Ashok | Wednesday January 4, 2017
    If the police failed that night, citizens could have been good samaritans and come to the rescue of women if they had not been mere passive onlookers. It was our collective failure as a society to protect women in public spaces and we need to reflect on this.
  • Bengaluru Molestation: 'Almost A Stampede' Says Traumatised Witness
    Bangalore News | Reported by Harish Upadhya, Edited by Bhanu Priya Vyas | Tuesday January 3, 2017
    Witnesses have described the horror on Bengaluru's famous MG Road on New Year's Eve, when several women were molested as thousands of revelers poured out on to the street close to midnight.
  • Bengaluru Molestation Happened Despite 1,500 Cops On Roads, No Apology From Minister
    Bangalore News | Edited by Shuchi Shukla | Tuesday January 3, 2017
    Bengaluru is safe, asserted the state's Home Minister G Parameshwara, faced with an angry city after several women were allegedly molested and heckled on the famous MG Road on New Year's Eve, even as cops struggled to control thousands of revelers who had poured out on the streets at midnight. The Home Minister said there were enough policemen and ...

'Mg Road Molestation' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Nepalese Woman Molested In Gurugram Night Club
    Gurgaon News | Press Trust of India | Sunday July 9, 2017
    A Nepalese woman was allegedly molested by three persons at a night club at MG Road in Gurugram and her husband brutally beaten up by the men when he tried to intervene in the matter, police said today.
  • Women Staff Of Gurgaon Pub Beat Molester, Video Goes Viral
    Gurgaon News | Press Trust of India | Monday June 12, 2017
    Women employees of a pub in Gurgaon beat up an alleged molester with slippers in full public view, a video of which has gone viral on social media.
  • 'It Didn't Happen,' Bengaluru Police Chief Says On Mass Molestation
    Bangalore News | Reported by Maya Sharma, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Friday January 6, 2017
    The alleged mass molestation of women on Bengaluru's iconic MG Road stretch on New Year's Eve "did not happen", the new chief of city police, Pravin Sood, told NDTV. Later, he clarified that while such a thing "could have happened" in a city of 10 million, there was "no evidence" of it.
  • Blog: An Open Letter To Women From A Man
    Blog | Mohd Asim | Thursday January 5, 2017
    Men have a lot of excuses and explanations for what they do to you. Every stare at a public place, every slimy touch in a public transport, every snide remark that men make. Get one thing right, men have a reason for it. And when we can't come up with a good enough reason, and mind you that's very rare, we just pass it off as a joke. Yes, you heard...
  • Blog: TV Channels, Stop Saying This Is "Bengaluru's Shame"
    Blog | Sandhya Menon | Thursday January 5, 2017
    A woman being sexually assaulted, molested on the street, raped brutally is not a matter of shame alone. Shame doesn't even begin to describe what the assault is about. A woman being attacked is about a country of men that have, for far too long, lived entitled lives, where women are constantly accommodating them so that they don't have to bear the...
  • Blog: Why Bengaluru's Men Felt Entitled To Molest Women That Night
    Blog | Revathy Ashok | Wednesday January 4, 2017
    If the police failed that night, citizens could have been good samaritans and come to the rescue of women if they had not been mere passive onlookers. It was our collective failure as a society to protect women in public spaces and we need to reflect on this.
  • Bengaluru Molestation: 'Almost A Stampede' Says Traumatised Witness
    Bangalore News | Reported by Harish Upadhya, Edited by Bhanu Priya Vyas | Tuesday January 3, 2017
    Witnesses have described the horror on Bengaluru's famous MG Road on New Year's Eve, when several women were molested as thousands of revelers poured out on to the street close to midnight.
  • Bengaluru Molestation Happened Despite 1,500 Cops On Roads, No Apology From Minister
    Bangalore News | Edited by Shuchi Shukla | Tuesday January 3, 2017
    Bengaluru is safe, asserted the state's Home Minister G Parameshwara, faced with an angry city after several women were allegedly molested and heckled on the famous MG Road on New Year's Eve, even as cops struggled to control thousands of revelers who had poured out on the streets at midnight. The Home Minister said there were enough policemen and ...
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