The scandal involved hundreds of young girls, some college students some still in schools. The investigation of the case was stalled by police under political pressure as the main accused, Farooq Chishty was president of the Ajmer Indian Youth Congress. Nafis Chishty and Anwar Chishty who were also among the accused were vice-president and joint secretary of Ajmer Indian National Congress. Eight were convicted for life and 4 among them were later acquitted in
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By Sara Malm For Mailonline. Six young men have been arrested in connection with the sexual assault of a teenage girls in northeastern India. The attackers can be seen laughing and jeering as they tear the teenage girl's clothes off and molest her. Horrifying: The video shows eight young men tear the clothes off a teenage girl and molesting her as they pass her between themselves in northeastern India. They are seen passing her between themselves as she kicks and screams to try to get away. No witnesses, including the person holding the mobile phone filming the attack, reportedly intervened.
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A dark trade: Rape videos for sale in India
Uttar Pradesh, India — In this industrial northern state, you can buy footage of a woman being raped for the price of a cheap meal. Al Jazeera found several videos that appeared to depict rape for sale across the state. The faces of the women are visible in these films. Their voices are clear. The attacks on them are brutal.
In April , a small eight-page pamphlet in English circulated in the south Indian city of Hyderabad, the largest and wealthiest princely state within the British Indian Empire. The pamphlet would ruin the lives of the couple it described: a Muslim nobleman named Mehdi Hasan, and his Indian-born British wife, Ellen Gertrude Donnelly. The 19th Century in India was not a time of love across racial lines: the rulers did not have sex with, let alone marry, the ruled. It was even less common for an Indian man to have a relationship with a white woman.