Ramkumar Subramniam
Ramkumar Subramniam

darling ayeha i am here ramkumar

Ramkumar Subramniam
Ramkumar Subramniam
  • Ramkumar Subramniam

darling where we go for our second honey moon

Ramkumar Subramniam
Ramkumar Subramniam
  • Ramkumar Subramniam

vijaya where you went with ur sixth hus honey moon

Saraswati Mish
Saraswati Mish

In addition to tighter control on mini busses, more police patrol, heavier penalties on perpetrators, education I really believe the Indian government should look at controlling the release of movies glorifying misogyny and violence against women. So many men in India watch these disgusting movies it cannot be said they do not influence them.I believe they should be banned on the grounds of inciting violence and sexism.

Hemant Devra
Hemant Devra
  • Saraswati Mish

hmmm

Pramod Sharma
Pramod Sharma

For such a Heinous crime no genius approach is workable.

Laxmikant Mhaispurkar
Laxmikant Mhaispurkar
  • Pramod Sharma

Oh This should not happen again and again. Guilty must be punished.

Sarfraz Siddiqui
Sarfraz Siddiqui

par bhai yes log kabhi nahi sudhar sakte... aaj candel march ho rahen hai.. marches ho rahen hai dekh lena 2013 me koi bhi damini ko kya kisi bhi ladki ko yaad nahi rakhega... last 10 days me 5 rape case report huen hain delhi me.. democratic country.... mera bharat mahan 100 me se 99 baiman..

Sarfraz Siddiqui
Sarfraz Siddiqui
  • Sarfraz Siddiqui

A tribute to brave daughter of India...
Maa bohot Dard sah kar..bohot
dard de kar..
tujhse kuch kah kar main jaa rahi
hun........
... Aaj meri vidai main jab Sakhiyaan
milne aayengi...
Safaid Jode main lipti dekh sisak
sisak mar jayengi...
Ladki hone ka khud pe fr wo Afsos
jatayengi.....
Maa tu unse itna kah dena Darindo
k duniya main Sambhal kar
rahna...............
Maa Rakhi par jb Bhaiya Kalai suni
rah jayegi..
yaad mujhe kar kar jab unki Aankh
bhar ayegi....
Tilak mathe par karne ko Maa...

A tribute to brave daughter of India...
Maa bohot Dard sah kar..bohot
dard de kar..
tujhse kuch kah kar main jaa rahi
hun........
... Aaj meri vidai main jab Sakhiyaan
milne aayengi...
Safaid Jode main lipti dekh sisak
sisak mar jayengi...
Ladki hone ka khud pe fr wo Afsos
jatayengi.....
Maa tu unse itna kah dena Darindo
k duniya main Sambhal kar
rahna...............
Maa Rakhi par jb Bhaiya Kalai suni
rah jayegi..
yaad mujhe kar kar jab unki Aankh
bhar ayegi....
Tilak mathe par karne ko Maa rooh
meri bhi Machal jayegi...
Maa tu bhaiya ko rone na
dena...Main sath hu har Pal unse
kah
dena............
Maa Papa bhi chhup chhup bohot
royenge...
main kuch na kar paya ye kah k
khud ko kosenge....
Maa dard unhe ye hone na
dena..Ilzaam koi lene na dena...
Wo Abhimaan hai mera samman
hai mera..
tu unse itna kah dena........
Maa tere liye ab kya kahu..
dard ko tere shabdon main kaise
bandhu...
fir se jeene ka moka kaise
maangu......
Maa log tujhe satayenge....
mujhe azaadi dene ka tujhpe
ilzaam
lagayenge....
Maa sab sah lena par ye na kahna
"Agle janam Mohe Bitiya na dena"

Akanksha Prashad
Akanksha Prashad

itna kuch hone ke baad v bastards hamesha bastard hi rahege. chahe kisi ki maa mare ya behan. Today I was coming with my husband and a person driving his car Intentionally tried to push us twice and ran away, just because I was(a girl) there with my husband. we r trying to find out the details of that car for further action.

Hemant Devra
Hemant Devra
  • Akanksha Prashad

in....harmiyo k ghar maa bahan nai hoti...mam.....

Mit Pura
Mit Pura

We are feeling very angry about the whole situation - and it is a huge shame that these rapists still get away with the crimes. Its so sad that the girl died as she was studying to be a medical practitioner and she could have saved a lot more lives later on. Tougher laws need to be implemented and there is evidence that more rape is happening across the world. We are from Australia and even the rape laws here is not good enough either. Its a joke. The victim always suffer but the attacker usually gets away.

Subbarayudu Kopparapu
Subbarayudu Kopparapu
  • Mit Pura

capital punishment is a must so that rape crimes will come down. he/they should have been punished by now.

Dhrudip Thakkar
Dhrudip Thakkar

we outraged at this incident and, in very strong terms, condemn her gang rape and the physical and sexual assault but our vision of this justice does not include death penalty, which is neither a deterrent nor an effective or ethical response to these acts of sexual violence. We are opposed to it for the following reasons:

1. We recognise that every human being has a right to life. Our rage cannot give way to what are, in no uncertain terms, new cycles of violence. We refuse to deem...

we outraged at this incident and, in very strong terms, condemn her gang rape and the physical and sexual assault but our vision of this justice does not include death penalty, which is neither a deterrent nor an effective or ethical response to these acts of sexual violence. We are opposed to it for the following reasons:

1. We recognise that every human being has a right to life. Our rage cannot give way to what are, in no uncertain terms, new cycles of violence. We refuse to deem ‘legitimate’ any act of violence that would give the State the right to take life in our names. Justice meted by the State cannot bypass complex socio-political questions of violence against women by punishing rapists by death. Death penalty is often used to distract attention away from the real issue – it changes nothing but becomes a tool in the hands of the State to further exert its power over its citizens. A huge set of changes are required in the system to end the widespread and daily culture of rape.
2. There is no evidence to suggest that the death penalty acts as a deterrent to rape. Available data shows that there is a low rate of conviction in rape cases and a strong possibility that the death penalty would lower this conviction rate even further as it is awarded only under the ‘rarest of rare’ circumstances. The most important factor that can act as a deterrent is the certainty of punishment, rather than the severity of its form.

3. As seen in countries like the US, men from minority communities make up a disproportionate number of death row inmates. In the context of India, a review of crimes that warrant capital punishment reveals the discriminatory way in which such laws are selectively and arbitrarily applied to disadvantaged communities, religious and ethnic minorities. This is a real and major concern, as the possibility of differential consequences for the same crime is injustice in itself.
4. The logic of awarding death penalty to rapists is based on the belief that rape is a fate worse than death. Patriarchal notions of ‘honour’ lead us to believe that rape is the worst thing that can happen to a woman. There is a need to strongly challenge this stereotype of the ‘destroyed’ woman who loses her honour and who has no place in society after she’s been sexually assaulted. We believe that rape is tool of patriarchy, an act of violence, and has nothing to do with morality, character or behaviour.
5. An overwhelming number of women are sexually assaulted by people known to them, and often include near or distant family, friends and partners. Who will be able to face the psychological and social trauma of having reported against their own relatives? Would marital rape (currently not recognised by law), even conceptually, ever be looked at through the same retributive prism?
6. The State often reserves for itself the ‘right to kill’ -- through the armed forces, the paramilitary and the police. We cannot forget the torture, rape and murder of Thangjam Manorama by the Assam Rifles in Manipur in 2004 or the abduction, gang rape and murder of Neelofar and Aasiya of Shopian (Kashmir) in 2009. Giving more powers to the State, whether arming the police and giving them the right to shoot at sight or awarding capital punishment, is not a viable solution to lessen the incidence of crime.
Furthermore, with death penalty at stake, the ‘guardians of the law’ will make sure that no complaints against them get registered and they will go to any length to make sure that justice does not see the light of day. The ordeal of Soni Sori, who had been tortured in police custody last year, still continues her fight from inside a prison in Chattisgarh, in spite of widespread publicity around her torture.
7. As we know, in cases of sexual assault where the perpetrator is in a position of power (such as in cases of custodial rape or caste and religion violence), conviction is notoriously difficult. The death penalty, for reasons that have already been mentioned, would make conviction next to impossible.

Dhrudip Thakkar
Dhrudip Thakkar
  • Dhrudip Thakkar

Before demanding death penalty pls read it once............

Teresa Gemmill
Teresa Gemmill

I was riding a city bus one time and a man exposed himself to me. Little did he know, I had just gotten off work and had my pocket tools, in my pocket, including a small screwdriver and a mini razor knife. I told him he better put that thing back, where it belonged, before I cut it off!

Mitush Agrawal
Mitush Agrawal

yes not to be hanged give them to public to do worst.

Aito Aitoami
Aito Aitoami
  • Mitush Agrawal

just kill them

Mohammed Alam
Mohammed Alam

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH >>>///////////// LETS TAKE THE LAW IN HAND >>>LOST HOPE ON PM , PRESIDENT, STUPID POLITICIANS, IDIOTIC LEGAL SYSTEMS,....POLICE ALSO HELPLESS>>>>>LETS AWAKE>>>>>BEFORE ANOTHER SISTER GOT EFFECTED....

Deepak De
Deepak De
  • Mohammed Alam

Police reform should be done.

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