Recently, a man shared a rather unsettling encounter with a woman at an airport when he was returning from Delhi to Pune. The man in early 20s, recounted how he stood in a line where a middle-aged woman stood behind him, humming songs and touching him inappropriately. The ordeal shared under the ‘Delhi’ subreddit with title "Molested by Woman" has now gained widespread attention, leaving users in disbelief.
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In a horrific crime news, a woman was dragged on the bonnet of a car for 500 metres, in Rajasthan's Hanumangarh. The incident came into light after a video of the incident went viral on social media platforms. In the video, it is seen that the woman was being hit by a man harshly, followed by dragging on a car bonnet. A case has been registered and an investigation is underway.
In Mumbai, the police arrested a man who allegedly molested a woman in BEST bus. Getting into details, the accused has been identified as Sheikh Jahadul Islam Abdul Basar (42). According to the Police, the incident occurred when a woman (26) was standing in the queue to board the BEST bus. The accused reached from behind and touched her inappropriately, following which the woman slapped the accused and registered complaint.
The Andheri police have booked a duo for allegedly duping two women of Rs 8 lakh on the pretext of helping them rent a house. The accused were identified as Rajendra Maskar and Vaibhav Mhaskar. As per the FIR, Marigrace Pritam, 47, had approached an agent for buying an accommodation in the Dhivate Chawl in Gudavali, Kandivali. The agent then introduced her to the duo.
Single working women can now adopt a baby, says the Bombay High Court (HC.) In a review of a petition filed by a woman who was not allowed to adopt her sister, the Bombay HC said under the Juvenile Justice Act, a single working woman can adopt a child. Justice Gauri Godse said, if all the criteria are fulfilled, a divorced or a single woman can adopt
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Another incident of road rage has been reported in India's Maharashtra State. On March 18, a motorist brutally thrashed a woman for allegedly overtaking him. The incident occurred in Nagpur region, shocked the netizens and a video is going viral on social media platforms. Moreover, many have been slamming the man and demanding action against him. Furthermore, a case has been registered and an investigation launched.
In a bizarre incident, a woman assaulted and attacked a CISF personnel, at airport. The woman identified as Gunjan Rajeshkumar Aggarwal punched and bit the officer on Sunday. Aggarwal is an IT engineer and belongs to West Bengal. As per sources, the woman had an argument over cab driver payment and refused to pay, following which the matter reached to CISF officer. The matter is under investigation.
A viral video of a woman allegedly under influence of narcotics has been reported in Punjab's Amritsar region. After the video went viral, the police ordered a probe in the region. The video, which was reportedly recorded in the Maqboolpura area on the eastern side of the city, shows the woman struggling to move and slouching. Notably, the Maqboolpura area is infamous for issues with drug abuse.
In Maharashtra's Mumbai, three men including a local leader of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) were detained for their alleged manhandling and misbehaviour with a woman, confirmed police on September 2. The incident came into light after a viral video. Furthermore, the victim Prakash Devi said, "I declined and told them to install it (banner) somewhere else, so they hit me...no woman should go through this."
Parwati Sunar, a Nepali mother of two, starts attending the same school as her son after fleeing at the age of 15. In the country of 29 million people, roughly 57% of women are literate, and Sunar, 27, said she intended to become "literate enough" to run her household. "I feel good to go to school with mum," her son, Resham, remarked. Parwati Sunar cultivates a field in Punarbas, Kanchanpur.
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