03 Dec 2019
DCW chief writes to Modi demanding death penalty for rapists
On Tuesday, Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal said the police stopped her from sitting on an indefinite hunger strike at Jantar Mantar.
08 Aug 2018
Govt orders social audit of over 9,000 childcare homes
Women and Child Development Ministry has ordered a social audit of over 9,000 child care institutions across India in two months, an official said today.
25 May 2018
Utilizing Nirbhaya-Fund, Mumbai-Police to get drones, AI for women's safety
Becoming the first of the eight 'safe cities' earmarked by Centre for utilizing Nirbhaya Fund, Mumbai Police have made an elaborate plan to ensure women's safety.
14 Apr 2018
Kathua, Unnao: Has anything changed for India's women since Nirbhaya?
On December 16, 2012, a paramedical student was brutally gang-raped on a bus in Delhi, an incident that forced India to confront the horrors of gender-based sexual violence prevalent in the country.
03 Mar 2018
Raped by uncle, 3-year-old fights for life in Lucknow hospital
Just two months after an eight-month-old baby girl was raped in Delhi, there's been another horrific incident in India.
02 Mar 2018
Rs. 2,919cr Nirbhaya Fund approved to create 8 'safe cities'
The Central government on Thursday approved Rs. 2,919 crore under Nirbhaya Fund to create eight "safe cities" that will have patrolled public spaces and quicker response systems to curb crimes against women.
16 Feb 2018
You value a rape at Rs. 6,000?: SC rebukes MP
The SC was shocked to find out that Madhya Pradesh (MP), which got the highest amount among states from the Nirbhaya Fund, spent around just Rs. 6,000 on an average per rape victim.
02 Feb 2018
Budget'18: Delhi Police gets allocation of over Rs. 7,000 crore
In the Union Budget 2018-19 announced on Thursday, the Delhi Police has been allocated Rs. 7,426 crore for the next fiscal year, that shows an increase of Rs. 1,048 crore over the current year.
16 Dec 2017
Five years since Nirbhaya gang-rape, her family still awaits justice
Today marks five years of the gruesome gang-rape of Nirbhaya, an incident that triggered country-wide protests forcing the government to formulate new laws on crimes against women.
14 Nov 2017
Not much has changed in the five years since Nirbhaya
A rape incident needs to stand out to get noticed in India.
15 Aug 2017
Rs. 12cr from Nirbhaya Fund for CCTVs at railway stations
Railway stations in the Delhi Division have seen some horrific crimes in recent times. In June at Ballabgarh, Junaid Khan was lynched on a train.
21 Jun 2017
Delhi: Panic buttons, cameras to be installed in DTC buses
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal approved the transport department's proposal of installing CCTV cameras and panic buttons on 6,350 DTC and cluster buses.
05 May 2017
The Nirbhaya impact: What has changed after December 2012?
In December 2012, the brutal rape of a 23-year-old physiotherapy intern who was tortured and left to die on the roadside, shook India and the world.
20 Feb 2017
Delhiites gear up for hotter days
Delhi witnessed the hottest February 19 in five years with maximum temperature soaring to 30.8 degrees Celsius, six degrees above the normal 24.8.