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Girish Alva Mar 20
4 men convicted in were hanged. But what happened to d juvenile rapist who was d most brutal of all? He was believed to hv indoctrinated in jihad inside juvenile home.  Now he seems to be working as a cook in a restaurant in South India.
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Smashboard (India) May 16
Part III of our series on "Why Death Penalty is Not the Solution to Sexual Violence" discusses impunity and access to justice in cases of sexual violence:
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Wali Rahmani Mar 20
Nirbhaya's mother has revealed that it was , who helped them financially and also helped her son become a PILOT. Have you ever heard Mr Gandhi mention this anywhere in public ? Huge respect to this man. Shame on BJP IT cell goons who called him a PAPPU.
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APN NEWS Mar 21
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has urged countries to stop using capital punishment.
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🇮🇳 ŋ. 𝕣ꪖ𝕥ꫝꪮ𝕣ꫀ 🇮🇳 Mar 20
Why you are Spread wrong information in Rajasthan regards . You have not rights to do such of misguides to people.
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Adv. Vibhor Anand Mar 20
Thread Biggest Villain of : It is well known fact that I was a vital part of the December 16 Gang Rape Case and I am privy to things which only a handful of people know.. For 7 years wherever I go people ask me 'What happened that Night'? Here's the answer
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Rishii P Mar 20
justice prevails 🙏💐
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Imrul Mar 21
The isn’t as rare as it was made out to be. Think of the gangrape, stripping, mutilation and murder of women from Dalit, Bahujan, Adivasi, nomadic minority communities, trans & gender non-conforming persons, or women in conflict zones.
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Arré Mar 20
Seema Kushwaha, a young lawyer from UP, was still studying when decided to take up the Delhi gang-rape case in 2013. But even before that, she had joined the fight for justice – attending candle-light vigils and protests.
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Rajat Rathee Mar 20
after 7 years.FINALLY. But..still..numbers are going up. Has something changed through the years?
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womensweb Apr 3
What drives , the lawyer who fought to bring justice to Jyoti Singh Pandey’s family? Here’s her inspiring story.
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S. Rajiv Krishna Mar 20
Finally Justice to after 7yrs. Her tragic death had a silver lining - new laws for protection & progress of women like in / Also a shout out to Advocate who fought for on behalf of her family.
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Nanditaswetha Mar 20
Finally... but.. Is justice served?
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Kapil Soni Mar 20
Exactly 8 years back I felt that pain for Nirbhaya the when we were protesting at India Gate. Today, Finally closed, Four rapists hanged till death at Delhi's Tihar jail She finally got justice. Justice for a heinous crime. 😇
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Amnesty India Mar 21
As executes the four men convicted in the , we look at the current state of of women and girls in India.
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The Hindu Comment Mar 20
Editorial | The hanging of the convicts may have brought a semblance of closure to her parents. But is India any closer to guaranteeing safety for women?
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ಹರೀಶ | H a r e e s H Mar 20
According to me still case is not closed & justice is not served. Total Accused 6️⃣ 1. Ram Singh - Died during the trial period 2. Mukesh Singh - Hanged 3. Vinay Sharma - Hanged 4. Pawan Gupta - Hanged 5. Akshay Thakur - Hanged 6. ❓❓
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Biplov Bhuyan Mar 20
The four convicts were hanged at 5:30 am today, more than seven years after committing the heinous gang-rape and murder of a 23-year-old student. After the execution, some individuals raised slogans to hail the judiciary for giving death sentence to the convicts.
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Devdutta Maji Mar 21
These are the Rapist's (Ansar Ali,Saiful,Amin Ali, Emamul Islam,B Naskar & Amanul Islam) they raped & Killed Young Student Shipra Ghosh. 7 Years On still no justice for Shipra.
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Shams ⁷ Mar 20
TW: Rape, execution Man, I’ve been waiting for almost 8 years for this case to come to an end. It unfortunately wasn’t enough as violence against women in India and around the world still soars. But one day, one step at a time, we’ll persevere. Rest easy
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