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India biggest market for trafficked Nepali women PDF Print E-mail
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Kathmandu, June 17 (IANS) Despite efforts by the Nepal government and rights organisations to prevent human trafficking, India still remains the biggest foreign destination for victims, with an estimated 10,000-15,000 Nepali women and girls being sold there annually.

The assessment is part of the 8th annual Trafficking in Persons Report released by the US Department of State in Washington late Tuesday.
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Bollywood star Shiney Ahuja arrested for raping domestic worker PDF Print E-mail
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Mumbai - Shockwaves surged through tinsel town on Monday after news spread that Bollywood star Shiney Ahuja (of Gangster, Life in a Metro and Woh Lamhe fame) has been arrested for raping an 18-year-old domestic help in his house. The actor was arrested by Oshiwara police on Monday morning after a medical examination of his domestic help confirmed sexual assault.
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Sex tourism finds market at religious places PDF Print E-mail
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New Delhi: Raising concern over increasing sex tourism, CBI director Ashwani Kumar on Monday said even religious places of the country are not spared by the menace.
“Most serious part is that some of the religious places in India and tourist destinations are getting affected by this crime (sex tourism and prostitution) which is a very serious thing,” Kumar said on the sidelines of a two-day seminar on ‘Organised Crime and Human Trafficking’ here.

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Journalist held for rape after sting on immoral trafficking PDF Print E-mail
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New Delhi, April 19 (IANS) A journalist has been arrested for allegedly raping two girls, one of whom is a minor, after filming a video showing them as victims of immoral trafficking. But social activists say it might be a plot by the police and traffickers against the scribe.
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Women’s groups protest against irresponsible reporting of TOI PDF Print E-mail
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MUMBAI: Eight women’s groups on Saturday protested outside the offices of the Times Group — the publishers of The Times of India — accusing the Mumbai Mirror newspaper, also published by the group, of sensationalising the story of a rape victim and violating her right to privacy.
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