The accused, who is above 50 years of age and is an athletics coach, is currently lodged in Tihar Jail under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act.
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Based on the real-life story, the movie was set to feature Hammer as Brad Reid, a fresh arrival at the Moscow station of the CIA, where he is approached by a Soviet engineer.
Akbar has challenged the trial court's February 17 order acquitting Ramani in the case on grounds that a woman has the right to put grievances before any platform of her choice even after decades.
PM Morrison said that a lawmaker's staff member at the center of the latest allegations of sexual misconduct had been terminated over 'disgusting and sickening' behaviour.
Reed apologized to his wife and children, and to Davis, and said that he planned 'to dedicate my time and attention to making amends for my past actions'.
The clampdown on media has already reached a new level with restricting reports, shutting down the programs, and job losses in the media industry.
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n recent weeks, a growing number of women have broken taboos to speak out about the scourge of harassment and violence that plagues the Gulf nation’s streets, highways and malls.
Their notice told British Gymnastics that they are seeking financial compensation and an acknowledgement of negligence.
Priya Ramani’s victory was hard won, not in the least due to her access to resources and a support system most survivors cannot dream to access.
According to court sources, Lignadis is accused of rape by two men who were minors when the events occurred in 2010 and 2015, an incident he has denied any wrongdoing.
The NWMI welcomed the court's recognition of the social stigma associated with allegations of sexual harassment through its acknowledgement of the impact of sexual abuse and harassment on its victims.
The reason to be joyous, said Malhotra, was that a woman came forward and stood her ground against a powerful man even though there was immense pressure to withdraw.
A Delhi court on Wednesday acquitted journalist Ramani in Akbar's criminal defamation case against her over the allegations of sexual harassment.
Reacting to the judgment, Ramani said that it feels great to have your truth validated before court.