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Women survivors suffer, even the meagre pension for widows stopped.
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This could trigger a tussle.
Delhi State Consumer Commission has imposed a penalty of Rs 27 lakh on Hindustan Unilever Ltd for "playing a fraud" on its customers by floating a "misleading and fraudulent advertisement" on its prod...
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NEW DELHI/ BENGALURU -- A panchayat in Haryana has ordered that a man be beaten with shoes and fined Rs five lakh as punishment for allegedly raping a woman in the state's Hisar district, sparking sha...
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In the case of a high-profile murder case in Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced an ex-gratia payment of Rs 5 lakhs to the family, but politely refused when he was asked to award the same sum to other victims of murder. Clearly, the lack of a national policy allows politicians to get into a game of one-upmanship depending on the media coverage an event receives.
People surely deserve a government that cares for them, even when they are abroad. Crimes by the US police on an Indian citizen are unacceptable. But what about the daily crimes by the Indian police and security forces against Indian citizens?