Updated : 17 days ago. A controversy has erupted over the placement of a picture of two semi-naked women striking different poses—similar to those depicted in Ajanta and Ellora caves—at an upcoming renovated photo gallery at the Jallianwala Bagh amid portraits of national heroes and first Sikh master, Guru Nanak Dev. The International Sarv Kamboj Samaj has lodged a strong protest with Prime Minister Narendra Modi—who is the Jallianwala Bagh National Memorial Trust President—and demanded the removal of the offending picture from the national memorial to the Indian freedom struggle. The Jallianwala Bagh complex is currently undergoing a massive makeover in this historical city of Punjab.
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The incident comes close on the heels of the gang rape and brutal murder of veterinarian at Shamshabad in November Image used for representational purpose only. Illustration Aasawari Kulkarni, Feminism in India.
A year-old woman was not only raped, but also paraded naked in public, after she revealed the incident to villagers at Kachikanakheda village, near the historic Sanchi town in the district, the police said in Raisen on Wednesday. The accused, Saudan Singh 40 , had raped the woman two days ago while she attended nature's call and threatened her not to reveal the incident to anyone, Sanchi police station in-charge Purnendra Singh told reporters. However, when the woman protested and revealed the incident to the people, the accused entered her residence forcibly and disrobed her, after which he pulled her out of her house by her hair. When villagers who gathered at the spot, gave her clothes to cover herself, the accused disrobed her once again. The victim then reported the matter to the police, after which he was arrested on Tuesday and produced before a court Wednesday, which sent him to jail under judicial custody. Thank you for subscribing to our daily newsletter. Why Opposition is caught in a bind on the Ram Mandir issue. Indian fielders used to say a word whenever Harbhajan got me out: Gilchrist.
Surat: Female trainee clerks of the Surat Municipal Corporation SMC were allegedly made to stand naked together in a room for a medical test at a civic body-run hospital here, prompting authorities to order a probe. Surat Municipal Commissioner Banchhanidhi Pani on Friday ordered a probe into allegations that around 10 female trainee clerks of the civic body were made to stand naked for a medical test in the gynaecology ward of the hospital. The shocking incident comes days after students of a girls college in Gujarat's Bhuj town were allegedly forced by hostel authorities to remove their undergarments to prove they were not menstruating. In its complaint to the commissioner on Thursday, the SMC Employees Union alleged even unmarried women were checked for pregnancy by female doctors. Acting on the complaint, Pani on Friday formed a three-member committee to probe the allegations and submit a report in 15 days. The committee comprises former dean of the medical college Dr.