This study revealed that the Delhi Rape had arguably the most extensive coverage of any rape case in India, which is significant. The globalization of the news cycle played a major role in public debate and demand for a significant response from the government to take immediate action to protect women from sex crimes, but there are many lessons to be learned from this remarkable coverage. It is the case that the sensational aspects of the Delhi Rape occupied centre stage. One rationalization for this is that the primary purpose of any newspaper is to increase circulation. For instance, the attention given to celebrities’ views of the Delhi Rape and the personal story of the victim’s pain and promise struck a chord with readers and, in turn, fulfilled this economic imperative.
Khursheed Ardeshir-Vatcha and Mr. Jamsheed Vatcha, who have been the real driving force for this work. -Riyan Vatcha RESEARCH METHODOLOGY SUBJECT: Constitutional Governance TOPIC: Case Study: Suchita Srivastava vs Chandigarh Administration The method of research opted by me to complete this project was doctrinal research from primary and secondary sources. Primary sources of case judgments has formed a major part of the project. Articles and reports available in web databases on the topic by scholars on the subject have also been used. SCOPE This projects aims to do a case analysis on the Suchita Srivastava vs Chandigarh Administration Case.
In a nation like ours, cases of sexual violence have been a key topic of discussion, since the brutal gang rape of a young girl on a bus in Delhi made headlines around the world in December, 2012. Popularly referred to as Nirbhaya, the victim didn’t survive to witness the fate of the alleged offenders who were awarded death penalty and the Supreme Court of India in May,2017 also upheld the verdict of capital punishment for the four men convicted of rape in that case . There have been series of cases of sexual violence especially against women and children, with the recent ones being that of the sexual abuse of minors . The low conviction rates in case of sexual offence, however, portray the ineffectiveness of the existing criminal justice system
The case of Muktaran Mai, who was ordered to gang rape and later was forced to walk half naked through the crowd was a vicious act vowed upon eye for an eye principal (NY Times, 2002). Mukhtaran statement that, ‘They did not have to use weapons to kill her, rape killed her’ identifies the intensity of the torture. Mukataran Mai took her case to the courts despite the constant threats from the complainant, where the justice was delayed and denied, acquitting five of the six accused in the rape case. Delays and the denial of justice in such cases generate trust deficit between people and official justice system and highlights a structural failing of the criminal justice system, according to Ali Dayan Hasan, a senior researcher at Human Rights Watch 's South Asia division. The outcome also represents the misogyny of Pakistan 's judicial system as it is impulsively unsympathetic to women.
On March 28 2015, Indian movie star and supermodel Deepika Padukone unveiled the inventive short film, “My Choice” that promoted female empowerment. This piece was a pacific retaliation to the multiple gang rapes that have occurred over the years in India. The specific rape that made the global headlines was that of 23-year-old medical student Jyoti, who was brutally violated and murdered by six men on a bus. A BBC documentary entitled “India’s Daughter” covered this story and its aftermaths. These two insightful pieces have made use of various persuasive tools to convey their messages and push their audience to act upon it.
Divya Bharti born on 25 February 1974, was the most famous Indian actress of her generation. She started her career with Telugu films and she made her first Telugu film "Bobbili Raja" in 1990. After that she made many hit Indian films and she got "Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut" for films like " Shola Aur Shabnam" and "Deewana" in 1992. Divya married to Sajid Nadiawala on 10 May 1992 after embracing Islam and she also adopted the Muslim name Sana. At the climax of her career she met with a mysterious death by falling from her five-story apartment at the midnight of 5 April 1993.
In Sadasivan Mohan Chandran v. State of Kerala , is another case of custodial death. In this case the accused police officials kicked the deceased and dashed his head against the wall three or four times causing injuries on the head which resulted in his death. Each of them was sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment of 5 years under section 304, Indian Penal Code. In a number of cases the police claimed that the accused committed suicide in police detention. However, the mystery over as to what had led them to take the extreme act and how they commit suicide with strange objects like shoe laces, blankets, jeans, etc are never answered.
“He wanted to break down the Jyoti as I’d been in Hasnapur and make me a new kind of city woman. To break off the past, he gave me a new name; Jasmine....Jyoti, Jasmine: I shuttled between identities.” (Jasmine- 77) Jyoti’s transformation starts here from a village girl under the shell of her father and brothers to a wife of an American traditional husband who gives her all liberties. Jasmine’s happiness is
CASE STUDY PATANJALI AYURVED AND FMCG SECTOR “LOVE HIM OR HATE HIM, YOU JUST CAN’T IGNORE HIM” YATRA of Ramakrishna Yadav to Baba Ramdev Baba Ramdev’s actual name Ramkrishna Yadav born on 11 jan 1965 at Ali Saiyad Pur village of Mahendergarh district in Haryana belong to poor family background. He joined Gurukul ( yogic
We are guilty of many errors and many faults, but our worst crime is abandoning the children, neglecting the foundation of life. Many of the things we need can wait, the child cannot, right now is the time his bones are being formed, his blood is being made and his senses are being developed. To him, we cannot answer “tomorrow”. His name is “Today.” - Gabriela Mistral In “Delhi Gangrape(Nirbhaya) Case” five men and the juvenile raped and tortured a 23-year-old medical student on a moving bus in Delhi. The incident that sparked widespread protests across the country led to the formation of more stringent laws to deal with rape in India and was the turning point after which a new juvenile justice act was made in which it was decided that juveniles in conflict