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    Safety tips for women in India

    Friends, Delhi Rape case has shaken the soul and bone marrow of millions of people in the country.. while the society and the government are likely to take some concrete steps to arrest such atrociously disgusting crimes in future, here I share one chain email received froma well wisher which has some useful tips for women to keep themselves alert and safe :


    Dear Colleagues,

    The recent Delhi gang rape and brutalization of the victim has left everyone in the NCR and across the country appalled and horrified. We want to share some safety tips on this burning issue.

    This is must know information for all our Women employees. Feel free to share this even with members of your family.

    1. Be aware of your surroundings. Donít let your guard down

    a. If things seem even a slight unsafe get out of that place immediately

    2. Please trust and make good use of your 'gut feel' or 'intuition' or 'sixth sense' in each & every place and situation

    a. There will invariably be signs, however small or seemingly insignificant, that tell or alarm you that all is just not OK. You may not understand it or be able to analyze it consciously, but please do NOT ignore it. It is your personal threat alarm beeping

    b. Make it a habit to read and notice these warning signs and go with your intuition to quickly retract yourself, move out or immediately get away from potentially unsafe situations

    3. Donít take eve teasing lightly

    a. Respond with a stern voice

    b. Threaten to take a picture which might scare them away

    c. If the eve teasing still persists then immediately raise your voice to gather a crowd

    4. As much as possible avoid late night travel using public transport

    a. If avoiding is not possible then be sure to travel only on crowded bus

    b. Avoid taking road side cabs

    c. Avoid using a bus which has no passenger or few passenger

    5. While using 2 wheeler be sure to wear helmet at all times (especially at night). Donít stop for any stranger

    a. In case attacked, use your helmet to defend yourself

    6. While driving a car:

    a. Avoid parking at desolate area

    b. Look inside the car especially the back seat before unlocking & entering

    c. Lock the doors immediately after entering the car

    d. Start the car & drive off rather then call someone. Calls can wait

    e. Donít give lift to strangers

    f. Donít stop your car for strangers, especially at night

    g. Take known routes, avoid short cuts which you donít know

    7. While travelling at night donít keep your phone in your hand

    a. Remember phone is the first thing your attacker will throw away

    b. Activate your speed dials which can be used to dial numbers in emergency

    c. Keep it in your pocket or at a place from where you can easily take it out & dial a number & leave it on

    d. Once the number has been dialled start shouting & try to speak out your location so that the other person can inform police about your location

    e. If you have a smart phone then install emergency apps which can send sms to known people & can even dial police no. in case of emergency

    8. After getting dropped donít stay outside to take a call

    a. Take calls on your phone only when you have entered your home & not outside

    9. If you feel that someone is following you immediately rush to a crowded place & if need to be donít be embarrassed to shout & gain attention

    a. Donít be embarrassed to share such things with your family & friends

    10. In case you are in a sticky situation donít be afraid to use anything in your hand to defend yourself

    a. Use keys, bottle even your purse to inflict damage to your attacker

    11. Following are the most vulnerable areas to attack:

    a. Use your knees to hit hard between the legs of the attacker

    b. Using your fingers to poke hard in the eyes

    c. Hitting front part of the neck on the Adams apple will leave him in a shock

    d. Punching in the stomach will leave the attacker breathless & unable to chase you

    e. Hitting hard in the chest area

    12. In case you feel you are being stalked or regularly followed, donít keep it to yourself because what might be on lighter side now might become dangerous if not controlled

    a. Seek help of friends & family

    b. If need be approach police immediately


    Important Contact no.:

    ∑ DCP Night Duty Delhi Police Hotline Ė +91 875 0870 099

    ∑ Police Control room (Noida)Ė 8800199955, (0120) 2522023, 2518063, 2521420, 2528051 Ė 56

    ∑ Police Control room (Gurgaon)Ė 0124 2320100, 2316100

    ∑ Police Control room (All over India)Ė 100 (in case your phone canít dial this add area code before 100 for example for Delhi 011 100)


    STAY SAFE

    Safety TIPS for Women in India - Please read and share | Self Improvement Blog on Speakingtree.in

    Wish the government would invest in a vigorous campaign to protect our women. They can invest billions trying to send someone to the moon, they can invest in rockets to blow the world up 10 times over and give Europe 10 billion to assist the eurozone, why cant they invest a tiny percentage in protecting our women?

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    All the above is BS.

    only safety tip is to carry along a gun and shhot the culprit just at the hint of attacking/teasing.
    Main tere naseeb ki barish nahi Jo tujh pe baras jaon
    Tujhe taqdeer badalni hogi mujhe panay ke liye....!!!!

    मैं तेरे नसीब की बारिश नहीं जो तुझ पे बरस जाऊं,
    तुझे तकदीर बदलनी होगी मुझे पाने के लिए ....!!!!

    'میں تیرے نصیب کی بارش نہیں جو تجھ پہ برس جاؤں
    تجھے تقدیر بدلنی ہوگی مجھے پانے کے لئے

    "I'm not the rain of your fortune that i'll fall on you.You've to change your fate in order to get me."

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    India: hundreds of men accused of sexual violence stand in elections

    Hundreds of men accused of sexual violence towards women have been allowed to run in Indian elections in the last five years, including more than 30 charged by police with rape.

    The figures were released in Delhi by the Association for Democratic Reforms, a respected thinktank, and were based on court records and electoral declarations filed by the candidates themselves.


    Though most of the men concerned were contesting state elections, dozens facing criminal investigations for assault, "outraging the modesty of a woman" and other charges had also been given tickets by major parties to campaign for seats in the national assembly.

    The news comes as demonstrations across India continue following the gang rape of a 23-year-old physiotherapy student in Delhi on Sunday night.

    Five men have now been arrested for the attack. The victim, who sustained severe intestinal injuries, remains in a critical condition in hospital. Local media reported that she had regained consciousness but was still extremely weak. Doctors have described the woman as "a fighter".

    The issue has dominated the news agenda in India all week, unleashing a wave of anger and shock which has been directed largely at top police officials as well as senior politicians such as Delhi's veteran chief minister, Sheila Dikshit. A large crowd marched to the residence of the president, Pranab Mukherjee.

    Among the Bollywood celebrities who have expressed dismay was A R Rahman, who composed the soundtrack to Oscar-winning hit Slumdog Millionaire. "If you don't fix it now, it is shame for the nation," he said.

    Officials attempted to reassure the public.
    "The kind of policing we will have, we will ensure that everyone, men or women, can move freely in any part of Delhi in both day and night," said R K Singh, the most senior civil servant in the Indian Home Ministry.

    A particular grievance voiced by protesters and in the media has been the large proportion ó around a tenth ó of Delhi's 80,000 police officers posted to protect the capital's top officials, politicians and diplomats. In a country as deeply conscious of status as India, the number of armed officers deployed to guard any individual is taken as a key indicator of power and influence.

    "It is outrageous. They are guarding people who don't need to be guarded while the vulnerable are being left alone," said Ayesha Malik, 31, a housewife who joined the protest.

    Professor Dipanker Gupta, a sociologist at Shiv Nadar University, Noida, said the response to the attack was in part explained by its brutality and the background of the victim.

    "There is a strong resonance. She doesn't come from a particularly wealthy family. Her parents had sold their land and paid for her education rather than a dowry. The attack happened in a normal part of Delhi, at nine o'clock at night and no one can possibly allege that she was behaving in a way that was 'not in keeping with Indian traditions' and all that junk," Gupta said.

    Claims that rape victims provoked their attackers are frequently made in India.

    Anil Bairwal, one of the authors of the new report, said the true number of parliamentarians and candidates at both state and national level who were facing charges of sexual violence could be much higher as most attacks on women were registered without reference to the gender of the victim.

    "If the parliamentarians who are discussing these kind of problems have themselves given tickets to people like this then you can legitimately ask if they are serious about punishing this kind of crime," Bairwal said.

    High proportions of Indian politicians have often serious criminal charges outstanding against them. Though some charges are undoubtedly unfounded as judicial process is often used to smear political opponents, and the police force in many states is highly corrupt, Indian analysts frequently warn of increasing criminal involvement in politics.

    Many of the politicians facing allegations of rape came from populous poverty-stricken northern states with poor records for law and order, such as Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. In the most recent national elections, the report said, political parties gave tickets to six candidates who declared they had been charged with rape ó though none won seats.

    Neeraj Kumar, chief commissioner of Delhi, explained the rise in the number of recorded rape complaints in the capital, which has a population of around 15 million, from 564 in 2011 to 661 this year, as due to "more and more women feeling empowered to come forward and lodge reports".

    India: hundreds of men accused of sexual violence stand in elections | World news | The Guardian

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    Well maybe they have the philosophy "it takes a rapist to catch a rapist" - in reality how pathetic is this?

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    Indian political parties let rape accused run for office: study

    Indian political parties let rape accused run for office: study


    Indian activists listen to a speech outside Delhiís chief minister residence during a protest in New Delhi on Dec 19, 2012, following the gang-rape of a student on Dec 16. ó Photo by AFP

    NEW DELHI: At least 20 men accused of raping women ran in Indian elections in the last five years, according to a think-tank report published amid growing outrage over the gang-rape of a student on a bus.

    The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) study was released on Thursday as political parties lined up to condemn the rape of the 23-year-old woman, which has triggered widespread protests against how women are treated in India.

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the ruling Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi and opposition lawmakers have condemned the savage assault last Sunday but the ADR said many Indian parties fielded candidates who were facing rape accusations.

    ďSince 2007, political parties gave tickets to 20 rape accused to fight in state elections. This is shocking and requires urgent action,Ē Jagdeep Chhokar, the founder of ADR, said.

    ďThe politicians who come out to condemn rape are the ones who are openly giving the rape accused a chance to fight elections. This is hypocrisy,Ē he told AFP.

    The report stated that political parties had also given tickets to 260 men who were charged with other crimes against women, including molestation.

    It did not record how many of the accused candidates had been found guilty.

    ďPolitical parties should stop giving tickets to candidates with criminal backgrounds and all those lawmakers who are accused in rape cases should be thrown out of power,Ē Chhokar added.

    Further protests were held in New Delhi on Friday, with scores of female demonstrators marching to the presidentís palace.

    The rape victim was coerced onto the off-duty bus and raped by six men before being thrown off the vehicle.

    She was seriously injured and remains in intensive care.

    Five people, including the bus driver, have so far been arrested.
    Main tere naseeb ki barish nahi Jo tujh pe baras jaon
    Tujhe taqdeer badalni hogi mujhe panay ke liye....!!!!

    मैं तेरे नसीब की बारिश नहीं जो तुझ पे बरस जाऊं,
    तुझे तकदीर बदलनी होगी मुझे पाने के लिए ....!!!!

    'میں تیرے نصیب کی بارش نہیں جو تجھ پہ برس جاؤں
    تجھے تقدیر بدلنی ہوگی مجھے پانے کے لئے

    "I'm not the rain of your fortune that i'll fall on you.You've to change your fate in order to get me."

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    When these politicians have little respect while raping a nation, what respect Indian women will seek from such morally corrupt lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ticker View Post
    When these politicians have little respect while raping a nation, what respect Indian women will seek from such morally corrupt lot.
    Can but agree. Our ruling classes really could not give a damn
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    Alarming. I find this an incredible flaw and a stain on democracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ticker View Post
    When these politicians have little respect while raping a nation, what respect Indian women will seek from such morally corrupt lot.
    Well said sir. Sad story of reality in the region

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    Delhi gang rape: Police use water cannons against protesters



    AP Youths protesting the gang rape and beating of a student in New Delhi were water cannoned when they were proceeding to the Presidential Palace from India Gate in New Delhi. A file picture shows a group of students march on Friday.
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    Police fired teargas and used water cannons as several hundred students marched towards Rashtrapati Bhavan for the second day on Saturday demanding justice for the 23-year-old gangrape victim.

    A boy, a girl and a traffic policeman were injured as the police directed water jets and opened a volley of teargas shells that pushed the protesters back a little even as some of the protesters braved the chill and threw waterbottles and shoes at the policemen. Window panes of a police van were smashed.

    The protestors gathered at India Gate from early in the morning and marched through Rajpath towards Raisina Hill. They broke security cordons erected on Rajpath and managed to reach near Raisina Hill where they were stopped.

    The police action came as ‘negotiations’ failed at the Raisina Hill leading to Rashtrapati Bhawan and the protesters, comprising largely young women and men, tried to breach the barricades to push towards the Rashtrapati Bhawan.

    The protest spot resembled a battle zone with empty shells and wet roads. The area has been cordoned off and police reinforcements have been rushed to the Hill that divides the North and South Block, which houses the Prime Minister’s Office.

    Women protesters alleged that policemen hit them with lathis and declared they would launch a sit-in in the area.Protests refused to disperse from the place.

    As protests continued for the sixth day, former Army Chief V K Singh joined the demonstrators the at India Gate blaming “systemic collapse” for brutal rape of a young girl last Sunday in a moving bus. An injured girl has been rushed to hospital.The former army chief said “You see this problem is because of systemic failure of governance. Police reforms have been lying in cold storage for the last so many years. Why haven’t they done anything about it? Why do we have to hear such things from a police commissioner saying that he doesn’t have man-power? It is shameful.

    “Why do you have to see the spectacle on television where Ministry of Home officials have to go out on the streets checking things? Isn’t there a failure? This needs to be addressed. This failure comes because of political and bureaucratic apathy in this country,” the former Army chief said

    The capital witnessed several protests on Friday also including the one in front of Rashtrapati Bhawan.

    Water cannon was again used by police on the protesters a little after noon. Policemen fired 10 rounds of teargas shells at the protesters who had reassembled after the first round of tear gas shelling and water cannons.

    Protesters refused to budge from the high-security area at Raisina Hill and clashed with the policemen and RAF personnel.

    Ten students were injured and another police van was damaged in the fresh round of clashes.

    Meanwhile, Minister of State for Home Affairs R.P.N. Singh appealed to the protesters not to resort to violence.

    “We have assured on the floor of House and every platform possible that strictest action will be taken against the accused. Police has been asked to show restraint but I want to tell boys and girls that breaking barriers won’t help (to solve the issue),” Mr. Singh said.

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    India has a gang rape problem

    India has a gang rape problem

    After a violent rape shocked the country last week, a closer look shows that Indian society still allows nearly unchecked sexual violence against women.

    Alex PearlmanDecember 20, 2012 13:14


    Indian students shout slogans as they wave a placard during a demonstration in Jammu on December 20, 2012, as they protest the rape of a young woman in the Indian capital. Riot police fired water cannon on December 19, at a protest in New Delhi over the gang-rape of a 23-year-old student who was left fighting for her life as outrage against the brutal attack grew across India.
    The victim, a 23-year-old traveling with a male friend, was assaulted on a bus Sunday as the couple was on their way home. The friend was allegedly beaten with an iron rod while the bus driver and his friends repeatedly raped the woman for hours. She was taken to the hospital in critical condition and remains there in stable condition.

    The suspects appeared in court yesterday, and one admitted to beating the victim's friend, saying, "I have committed a horrible crime. I had beaten up the boy. I should be hanged," according to the Times of India.

    The case has shocked the nation and outrage continued across the country throughout the week to the point that police dispersed angry protesters with water cannons.

    Sexual violence, long a taboo subject in India, has only relatively recently become a mainstream issue with activists who hope to draw attention to widespread sex crimes.

    Promises from the police commissioner, the Delhi Chief Minister, and even the Home Secretary to fast track the trials, commission reports and set up task forces to focus on safety have echoed through the streets of Delhi. But residents have heard that tune before.

    More from GlobalPost: India confronts its own brazen and spectacular violence

    In 2010, after the gang rape of a call center employee, similar promises were made, "but nothing much has changed on the ground. Delhi has been witnessing a rise in crime against women," reports the Deccan Herald, a local paper.

    It's true.

    Just looking through the search portal of the Times of India's website for the term "rape" returns a myriad of results, with stories reporting rapes of women of varied ages and in every possible corner of the country.

    For the month of December, so far, the news reads: "A 12-year-old visually impaired girl was allegedly raped..." "A 19-year-old girl was raped at a hotel room..." "A class eighth student was reportedly raped by a neighboring youth..." "A minor girl was allegedly raped by two persons..." "A pregnant dalit woman was gang-raped by three persons in the old city area..."

    Since Sunday's incident, at least five gang rapes have been reported in Uttar Pradesh, Rae Bareli, Rampur, Sonbhadra and Farrukhabad. And even with the whole country up in arms about rape, the Uttar Pradesh incident almost went unreported because police wouldn't levy rape charges, and instead put the situation down as a molestation and theft, reports the Times of India.

    The AP reported yesterday that police found the body of a 10-year-old girl who had been gang-raped and killed, while a 14-year-old was in critical condition after being raped by four men.

    More from GlobalPost: India: Playboy unveils Bunny sari as nation rages against rape

    According to IBN, rape and sexual assault reports have skyrocketed in India, an 873 percent increase from 1953. "From 2007 and 2011, Delhi saw 2,620 rape cases. Comparatively, Mumbai had 1,033, Bangalore 383, Chennai 293 and Kolkata 200 cases... Of the 5,337 rape cases in the last decade, in 3,860 the culprits were either acquitted or discharged by courts for lack of 'proper' evidence."

    India is one of the worst places in the world to be a woman, according to a global survey by the Thompson Reuters Foundation that profiled a number of countries and compared maternal health, rape statistics, and answers to topics such as domestic violence.

    But why?

    Times of India blogger, editor and columnist Anand Soondas laid it out in a post Wednesday called "Why Indian Men Rape."

    "Strange theories are floated to explain the depravity of Indian men...but the truth is that at the root of it all lies a culture built around hierarchies, of gender, faith, colour, caste, region. We are, quite simply, not used to people being equal."

    Soondas points out that rape is rare in areas of India that no longer have dowry systems, and do not put a monetary amount of value on women.

    "In India, women and girls continue to be sold as chattels, married off as young as 10, burned alive as a result of dowry-related disputes and young girls exploited and abused as domestic slave labour," said Gulshun Rehman, health program advisor at Save the Children UK, who was one of those polled for the Trust Law survey, to the Guardian.

    These backwards attitudes about women contribute to a culture of violence and misogyny, despite India billing itself as the world's largest democracy. Women still don't have rights, but they are fighting for them.

    Activism has taken off in the cities, and SlutWalks, protests, and demonstrations are regular occurances, even if they aren't widely accepted or acknowledged.

    For a deeper look at the lives of modern women in medieval India, check out this wonderful investigation by the Guardian's Helen Pidd, who looked at a number of factors contributing to the culture of violence against women. Why is India so bad for women? | World news | The Guardian


    India has a gang rape problem

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    Delhi gangrape: The problem is because of systemic failure of governance. Police reforms have been lying in cold storage. It is shameful, says former Army chief at India Gate
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    Police fired tear gas shells and resorted to lathicharge to disperse thousands of people who had gathered at Raisana Hill here to protest against the gangrape of a 23-year-old woman in a bus on Sunday.



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    | Video | Delhi gangrape: The problem is because of systemic failure of governance. Police reforms have been lying in cold storage. It is shameful, says former Army chief | Delhi Gangrape Videos | - India Today

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    It is indeed shameful that in a modern, rising and shining India, women are still treated the same as they would be in medieval India. Earlier they used to blame the Muslims for keeping their women folk locked up in the houses or covering their heads and faces, saying that the Muslim invaders would abduct them. Now when they are free, the same women become a fodder for their own hungry hyenas.

    It is disgusting. Similar acts happening in Pakistan must also be ruthlessly responded to, in order to set an example for others who may even think of such wanton acts against the women.

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    If police doesnt crack-down the rapers, there is a serious problem. I would actually support death penalty in such situations, or at the very least a very long jail time.

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    I was just talking to KK on msn and he was telling me that all the abuse took place in front of the girl's boyfriend and that thousands of people have gathered before parliament and are demanding capital punishment for them
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    I think India has a good constitution and laws. For example they say they are secular. But the problem is that laws appear not to be enforced

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    we demand capital punishment from government for those six swines.....and not just this but all rapists onwards should be treated with death panalty.....no other option.....people are still protesting infront of parliament with thousands of numbers and we will continue protesting tomorrow too.....many people came forward and demanded capital punishment for them.......home minister is gonna address soon about this matter.......I say they should be burnt alive in public.
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    Yesterday i put an article up about how many criminals were standing in elections to get into politics. The problem lies with the crap politicians not implentin the law

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    well a positive result is coming out......some protesters met home minister and he has assured that culprits will be deal with death panalty....lets see how far this goes!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaykay View Post
    well a positive result is coming out......some protesters met home minister and he has assured that culprits will be deal with death panalty....lets see how far this goes!!
    How long will this positive drive last? Is it because of this case there is massive media interest? We could do with a more vigorous approach and implementation continuing to wipe this mindset out

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