#India-Another woman gang raped in car and dumped in South Delhi #Vaw #delhigangrape


STAFF REPORTER, The Hindu, Dec 27, 2012

A 42-year-old married woman was gang-raped on Wednesday, allegedly by three persons, at an unknown place and dumped. One of the accused, who is known to the victim, has been detained and is being interrogated.

The incident came to light when one of the victim’s friends made a call to the police control room at 9.17 p.m. and the local police reached the spot opposite a government senior secondary school in Kalkaji. There they found the victim along with her friend.

The victim told the police that she was raped by an acquaintance, Dilip Verma, along with his two friends, at an unknown place. She was immediately taken to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and admitted.

The victim, who hails from Jaipur, later told the police that she had gone to a fair in Mathura on December 23 and after a three-day stay there decided to come to Delhi to buy clothes from Chandni Chowk.

On December 26 around 10 a.m., Dilip offered her a lift in his car saying that he was also going to the capital. He was accompanied by a woman and a toddler in the car which was being driven by a chauffeur, the victim told the police.

On reaching Delhi, Dilip dropped the woman and the child at an unknown place leaving the victim all alone with him and the driver. He then allegedly took her to an unknown place, where two of his friends were already present. The three gang-raped her, threatening her with dire consequences if she informed anyone.

They dumped her at an unknown place and drove away. She managed to reach Kalkaji and call her friend who in turn informed the police.

Based on the complaint, the police have registered a case under Section 376 (G) of the Indian Penal Code and detained Dilip, a resident of Agra.

Sources in the Delhi Police said that a few months ago the victim had filed a complaint of attempt to rape against Dilip, at the Sikandra police station in Agra, but the police did not register any case.

#Delhi- Medical Student gangraped in moving bus , thrown off bus, critical condition #vaw #WTFnews

Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Updated: December 17, 2012  NDTV

Student gangraped in moving bus in Delhi, male friend beaten up; both thrown off bus

New DelhiDelhi reinforced its reputation as one of the country’s most unsafe cities when a young woman was allegedly raped by five men in a moving bus last night. The woman, 23, and her friend were then thrown off the bus, semi-naked, at a flyover. The victim is at the Safdarjung Hospital in critical condition.

The uncle of the man accompanying the victim said they had boarded a whiteline private bus at around 11 pm from Munirka in south Delhi to go to Palam, where she lives. The whiteline buses ply for schools, offices and also as chartered buses in the Capital. About 10 minutes later, a few people on the bus began harassing her, he said, and when her friend objected they allegedly beat him up. “They took out a rod and beat him badly and then dragged her to the bus cabin where they raped her,” the uncle said.

The men then allegedly took off much of the victims’ clothing and threw them off the moving bus near the Mahipalpur flyover in south Delhi. The woman is a student of medicine in Delhi University. Her friend, who used to work in a software firm, was escorting her home after watching a film at the Select City Walk mall in Saket. They had taken an auto from there till Munirka.

The police said they received a phone call at 1:15 am about the incident. A first information report or FIR has been lodged.

The male friend of the victim is at the Vasant Vihar police station. The police said it was not clear yet whether the five assailants were passengers or bus staff.

No arrests have been made so far; the police have seized two buses and are checking to see if either is the one that the woman was raped in last night. They are also creating sketches of the accused based of the friend’s description and are monitoring CCTV

No arrests have been made so far; the police have seized two buses and are checking to see if either is the one that the woman was raped in last night.


Anonymous #OPindia hacks Kapil Sibal’s website


A file photo of Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal.
The Hindu A file photo of Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal.

Nov 30,2012

Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal’s personal website has been hacked and defaced allegedly by Anonymous India group for the minister’s stand on IT Act.

The website www.kapilsibalmp.com was on Thursday attacked and contents were altered to show the minister in poor light.

Mr. Sibal, who represents the Chandni Chowk constituency in Parliament, uses this portal to interact with his constituency.

While most of the website has been restored, certain sections such as blogs, gallery, speeches and conversation were still not working.

While no official comment was immediately available, a source in the minister’s office said the website is an old one and had not been updated for sometime now.

The Twitter account of Anonymous India (@opindia_revenge), a group against Internet censorship and curbs on free speech, said Mr. Sibal’s site was getting “trolled“.

“The time to sit silently is gone. Call your friends and get them to protests sites,” said a link posted on the Twitter handle.

Meanwhile, the government on Friday said about 294 websites belonging to various ministries and government departments were hacked in the January-October 2012 period.

“A total number of 201, 303, 308 and 294 websites belonging to various ministries and departments in the government were hacked during the year 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 (till October), respectively,” Minister of State for Communications and IT Milind Deora said.


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