TMC Lok Sabha members Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar and Dola Sen and Rajya Sabha MP Mausam Noor had submitted notices for a discussion on the 'need for prevention of crimes against women'.
The city government will also launch a web portal and mobile application to monitor the functioning of the lights and keep them in working condition by prompt maintenance, they said.
NTR collector S Dilli Rao will participate as chief guest in the closing ceremony to be held at Siddhartha Auditorium.
As many as 1,02,027 women downloaded and registered themselves on Disha App during mega registration drive conducted by Gannavaram police.
The woman resisted their attempt and fled, based on the photos of the duo on her mobile phone, the police launched an investigation receiving a complaint from her.
We ask Delhi-NCR women across age groups on what they want for themselves and others like them
The SP discussed with the winners about issues related to women’s safety, crimes against women, importance and usage of the App.
First in Indian Railways: North Frontier Zone to have female RPF personnel equipped with high-end gadgets to protect woman passengers
The North Frontier railway has equipped female RPF personnel with high-end gadgets to make them infallible shields for female passengers travelling by trains.
The Special Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) court, Cuttack on Tuesday awarded Rs 5 lakh compensation to a minor girl who was kidnapped and raped in 2019.
The automatic timer based LED lights will switch on in the night and will automatically turn off in the morning after sunrise.
Most participants, particularly women, identified violence as a broad term, consisting of physical, mental, verbal, and sexual abuse.
More than 90 per cent of women in Bengaluru fear daily harassment, including lewd comments, inappropriate touch and other forms of sexual violations in public spaces, revealed an online survey.
According to a study, one in three girls in the country said they felt unsafe in public spaces; alarmingly, nearly half of adolescent boys think the girls are ‘asking for it’.
Gurgaon-based Central government employee Geeta Yatharth (30) has started a movement ‘Meri Raat Meri Sadak’ (My Night My Road) through her Facebook page ‘Apni Sadkein’