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      Swiss diplomat abducted, raped in Delhi

      TIMES NEWS NETWORK[ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2003 11:21:45 PM ]

      NEW DELHI: A 36-year-old Swiss diplomat was abducted and raped on Tuesday night in her own Toyota Qualis from the Siri Fort complex parking lot by two men. She was beaten up, robbed and then dumped along with the vehicle a few kilometres away. (Click here for graphic)

      Just one hour later, a 27-year-old filmmaker was attacked and robbed at the same parking lot. The diplomat had stepped out of the Siri Fort auditorium after watching a film at the International Film Festival. For 10 p.m., the parking lot was quite busy, with people going in and out of the auditorium and the restaurants in the complex. However, the area is poorly-lit.

      As the diplomat was about to get into her car after unlocking it, she was pulled backwards. One of her attackers (she later said she was too stunned to shout for help) opened the rear door, while the other pushed her in and then got in himself. He pinned her hands down and kept slapping her — the diplomat also got scratched on her neck — while the other man drove out of the lot. Then the man in the backseat raped her while her car was driven around the Safdarjung Development area.

      At about 10.30, the two men left the diplomat in her car at Safdarjung Enclave, after taking her credit card and a diamond ring. Deputy commissioner of police (south) Vivek Gogia said the two men “initially took Rs 2,500 from her but returned it”. They also gave her directions to her home. Once home, the woman called her friends, who called the police at about 11.30 p.m.

      The diplomat later described the two men to the police (both are 28, she guesses) and told them that they seemed to have been unarmed. Almost 12 hours later the lt-governor and the police commissioner visited the Siri Fort parking lot and the diplomat’s house.

      Red-faced, the police, in view of the two incidents in the same area within an hour, have suspended five policemen who were on duty, including an inspector. Though over 300 cases of rape have been reported this year, with several complaints in the past couple of months, in most cases, the victims were minors; of the 300, only 25 of the women were over 25. However, Tuesday’s incidents show that Delhi’s criminals are becoming only bolder.

      http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...ow?msid=235397

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      An hour later, a near repeat at the same place

      TIMES NEWS NETWORK[ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2003 12:06:59 AM ]

      NEW DELHI: Barely an hour after the Swiss diplomat was picked up from the Siri Fort complex parking lot, a 27-year-old documentary filmmaker was accosted in exactly the same fashion at the same spot, but managed to escape.

      As she was getting into a Maruti 800, she was pulled back by two men. However, as they were trying to force her into the back seat, she threw her car keys into some bushes nearby.

      She was luckier than the diplomat. While her attackers were looking for the keys, ''a delegate was leaving the parking lot. As soon as his car took a turn towards the lane where the filmmaker's car was parked, the accused got scared and left the woman on the road,'' said a police officer.

      When the delegate saw the injured woman, he took her to Apollo Hospital.

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      This is a shocking crime, and coming on top of the recent allegations of the rape of a woman by Presidential bodyguards, it shows that law and order is deteriotating fast in India's capital.

      President's guards face rape inquiry

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      ^ really...oooh is it..deterioriating fast in India.

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      I read somewhere that 1/3rd of reported rapes in India occur in Delhi, is that true? and if so why???

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      it's cuz Delhi is the only place in India willing to write an FIR??
      JaddoN kaddya jaloos ghareeba tay shehr ich choatalee lug gayee

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      Originally posted by Zakk:
      I read somewhere that 1/3rd of reported rapes in India occur in Delhi, is that true? and if so why???
      Well I read somewhere that in Delhi very few rapists are ever convicted, so what you say could very well be true. Delhi is not at all a safe place for women be they Indian or foreigners.

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      ^^ Ye Ye...Delhi is not all that safe for women...moreover they can't roam about freely after 8:30 in the city without being escorted by husbands,brothers,fathers or atleast a couple of female friends.Mumbai is relatively more safer.But this incident can put India especially Delhi... on the Black map of the world as the victim was an international one and that too a diplomat!

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      Originally posted by Matsui:
      Must be the mughal influence left over.
      Blaming mughals is a very mature approach. A very smart and intelligent reply.

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      Call for tougher Indian rape laws

      Statistics show that one Indian women is raped every hour

      By Daniel Lak in Delhi
      A report from India's Law Commission has called for sweeping changes to the country's rape laws after an increase in the incidence of sexual violence.

      The report, which focuses on abuse within families, calls for rape and sexual assault cases to be tried in special courts.

      Statistics on rape and child sexual abuse in India are just beginning to emerge, and they paint a grim picture.

      The Indian Ministry of Women and Child Development says that on average one woman is raped every hour in the country.

      Fourteen wives were murdered by their husbands' families every day.

      Women's campaign

      The call by the Law Commission for sweeping changes in laws against family violence is part of growing pressure for change in an alarming situation.

      Women's groups say deeply conservative attitudes about sex and privacy within families have all contributed to making India's rape laws brutally ineffective.

      Victims of rape must prove in court they have been sexually penetrated by a rapist, otherwise lesser charges will be filed.

      Ostracised

      Even then, few women or children would want to be exposed to the ordeal of testimony in open court that is required for a conviction.

      A raped woman is often cast out from her family or community.

      The Law Commission said special courts should be set up to try rape and abuse cases, where the needs of victims should be paramount.

      Welcoming the Law Commission's call, a leading women's rights campaigner said changing legislation was only the beginning.

      Far more crucial, she said, was a change in the widely held traditional view of women in Indian society.

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/709343.stm

      well situation is grim and bleak.

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      well atleast there r some one to tell that v need stringent laws.

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      don't the guys who commit this heinous crime have mothers or sisters??

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      My previous replies have been deleted for vulgar language. Honestly raposts arent humans, nor should they be treated as such. A good middle ages torture room will greatly help in causing them immense pain and psyhcological trauma. Personally i hope every rapists meets his end in a truly horrific manner described in horror movies.

      These animals should be castrated and then left out in the Rajistan desert to die.
      You can't fix stupid. So might as well troll them!

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      ^^ similar views

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      I found the link about the level of rape cases in Delhi, a bizzare stat, considering what a terrible crime was committed, you'd expect a tougher response from the Delhi local government.


      There have been 342 recorded rapes in New Delhi this year. More than a third of the reported rapes in India take place in the capital. But the overall conviction rate for rape is only 19%.

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      Fortunately the police is taking this case seriously as there is a foreigner involved.Hopefully this will help in future for the victims to approach police rather than sit quiet.

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      Molestation and rape have become a regular and grim feature of life in the sprawling city.

      The incidents of rape in Delhi have risen by 22% this year over 2002, according to an estimate.

      In a horrific recent incident, a girl working in a Delhi hospital was attacked.

      She said she was sleeping when a man entered her room and attacked her.

      "I became unconscious. When I regained consciousness after three hours, I noticed that my eyes were filled with blood and had been gouged out," she told the BBC.

      75% of the victims are children

      A third are below 12 years

      Delhi Women live under Fear!
      Eyes gouged out how sick in the head are these people i could'nt even gouge out the eyes of my worst enemy!

      Damn i thought only the womenfolk of kashmir where targets of the sadistic indian army now i realise the indian womenfolk face the same disgusting treatment in there own capital Delhi

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      Originally posted by Zakk:
      I read somewhere that 1/3rd of reported rapes in India occur in Delhi, is that true? and if so why???
      too many lusty Punjabis.