Despite a mountain of evidence and a 2700 page chargesheet slapped against Tarun Tejpal, the Tehelka co-founder is trying to give the case a communal twist. Tarun Tejpal has claimed that he's being targeted by the right wing groups. Here's a close look at Tejpal's desperate tactics to divert attention from the chargesheet that nails his every lie.
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A 25-year-old woman was seriously injured when she jumped off a running train to escape sexual assault in Howrah district of West Bengal on Sunday. The woman, a resident of Asansol in Bardhaman district, sustained injuries in the head and hand. She was admitted to a private hospital in the city.
In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Sujatha Ravi, Victim (Wife of Lt Col Ravi Kiran); C Uday Bhaskar, Former Director IDSA; and Brig (Retd) S.K. Chatterji, Former, Deputy Director General of Public Information -- discuss the issue of sex scandal hitting the Navy and whether the Navy will conduct a free and fair probe into the case and ensure justice prevails.
Barely two days after a Swiss national and her companion who was on a cycling trip to India was sexually assaulted by 6 men, comes another shocking incident. This time a hotel Manager tried to assault a British tourist in Agra who was residing in the hotel.
The cops have been suspended pending a magisterial probe, but will they be taught a lesson? Will they be punished for their brutality? In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Naresh Gujral, MP Rajya Sabha, SAD; Sukhpal Singh Khaira, Leader, Congress; Harbinder Kaur, Victim and Kashimr Singh, Father of Harbinder Kaur -- discuss whether suspending the policemen just a temporary measure to delay taking real action.
Crying inconsolably on the hospital bed, a class tenth student is unable to come to terms with what she went through. Claiming that she was gang raped in Bhatinda, the girl alleges that she was given a drink laced with drugs and then taken to the fields where she was gang raped.
The representative of AAP, Priti Sharma-Menon told Jai Maharashtra that, "AAP will make sure that the accused does not get bail. A teacher who rapes his students is not someone we want to see roaming free on bail. We have also asked the police to warn Tripathi's goons from threatening the locals."
In yet another case, media pressure has forced the police to act. Members of a dance troupe were attacked and molested in Punjab, but the police just would not act. Now under sustained media pressure, the police have been compelled to make three arrests. But it's still too little too late as more than 30 others are yet to be held accountable.
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