India’s Daughter – BBC Documentary on Jyoti Singh

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  1. Author
    sputnik 5 years ago

    Excellent documentary and its a must watch for everyone. Shows the misogynistic mindset of the rapists and the defense lawyers. Its so chilling to hear Mukesh Singh describe what happened on the bus.

    Respect to Jyoti Singh’s parents for their views and their continuing fight to get justice for their daughter. Hated that Amod Kanth who is the head of Pravas, the NGO for rape victims and Juveniles, who was defending the juvenile using words like tolerance and democracy.

    The Indian govt has stupidly banned the documentary in India. Apparently they think a documentary on rape is more damaging to India than the actual rape.

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      sputnik 5 years ago

      Good decision. Hope the bill passes.

      Juvenile Justice Act: Government gives nod for proposal to try 16-18 year olds under adult laws

      “The Cabinet has approved amendments to the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, whereby juveniles in the age group of 16-18 can be tried under IPC if they are accused of heinous crimes,” Communication Minster Ravi Shankar Prasad told reporters after the Cabinet meeting.

      Overruling the recommendations of a parliamentary panel, government on Wednesday went ahead with a proposal to try juveniles in the age group of 16 to 18 years accused of heinous crimes under laws for adults.

      “The Cabinet has approved amendments to the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, whereby juveniles in the age group of 16-18 can be tried under Indian Penal Code (IPC) if they are accused of heinous crimes,” I T and Communication Minster Ravi Shankar Prasad told reporters after the Cabinet meeting.

      The issue was brought before the Cabinet a fortnight ago but was dropped from the agenda at the last moment and it was decided that an informal group of ministers will examine the issue. Rejecting the recommendations of a Parliamentary Standing Committee, the Women and Child Development Ministry had decided to go ahead with the proposal.

      The Supreme Court had also recently observed that there was a need to relook at the provisions of Juvenile Justice Act in cases where the accused have committed crimes like rape, murder dacoity and acid attacks. Several ministers in the Cabinet meeting supported the proposal saying a person accused of crimes like rape should be treated as an adult, a senior minister said after the meeting.

      “The new proposed Act (the amendment bill) provides that in case a heinous crime has been committed by a person in the age group of 16-18 years it will be examined by the Juvenile Justice Board to assess if the crime was committed as a ‘child’ or as an ‘adult’. “Since this assessment will be made by the Board which will have psychologists and social experts, it will ensure that the rights of the juvenile are duly protected if he has committed the crime as a child. The trial of the case will accordingly take place as a juvenile or as an adult on the basis of this assessment,” an official statement said.

      The amended bill also proposes to streamline adoption procedures for orphaned, abandoned and surrendered children. It establishes a statutory status for the Child Adoption Resources Authority (CARA). The legislation proposes several rehabilitation and social integration measures for institutional and non-institutional children. It also provides for sponsorship and foster care as completely new measures.

      Mandatory registration of all institutions engaged in providing child care is also in the offing. New offences, including illegal adoption, corporal punishment in child care institutions, use of children by militant groups and offences against disabled children have also been incorporated in the proposed legislation.

      The major amendments include removal of Clause 7 that relates to trial of a person above the age of 21 years as an adult for committing any serious or heinous offence when the person was between the ages of 16-18 years; enhancing the period of preliminary inquiry by the Juvenile Justice Board in case of heinous offences committed by children in the age group of 16-18 years; increasing the reconsideration period for surrender of children by parents or guardians; enhancing the period for inter-country adoption in case the child is not given for domestic adoption; assigning the role of designated authority to monitor the implementation of the Bill to the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights and making the central and state governments responsible for spreading awareness on the provisions of the bill.

      The amended bill will be brought before parliament again in the ongoing budget session, official sources said.

      Link

  2. aryan 5 years ago

    Excellent documentary Agreed.

    This type of things should not banned in India.

  3. Baba 5 years ago

    Thanks for posting. Most awaited documentary of the centuryfor me. Wil watch full when i reach home

  4. aryan 5 years ago

    Now, father of Delhi braveheart objects to ‘India’s Daughter’

    The family of Delhi gang-rape victim has taken a strong exception to making public of their daughter’s name in the BBC documentary and has warned of taking legal action in this connection.

    “Despite clearly telling them not to make the name and photo of our daughter public, they have gone ahead with it and this is not right. We will take legal action against this,” the father of the victim told PTI.
    In the documentary made by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin, the father has also objected to the derogatory statements by Mukesh, the driver of the bus in which the 23-year-old paramedical student, native of Ballia, was brutally gang-raped by six men on December 16, 2012.

    “BBC has thrown a challenge to the Indian government and we are confident that they will be given a suitable reply soon,” he said.

    He, however, said that they are happy with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and the alacrity with which he has responded and urged the central government to also pursue the matter in the Supreme Court so that suitable punishment is given to the convicts at the earliest.

    The government and judicial authorities on Wednesday took steps to stop the telecast of the controversial documentary on the gang-rape incident even as Parliament erupted in anger over the interview of a convict in the gruesome case.

    The home ministry had on Wednesday asked BBC not to broadcast the documentary anywhere. The BBC has said that it has no plans to telecast the documentary in India even though it went ahead and broadcast it in the United Kingdom, defying the ban imposed on by the Indian government.

    The British media giant broadcasted the film in UK yesterday at 10 pm (GMT).

    http://www.rediff.com/news/report/now-father-of-delhi-braveheart-objects-to-indias-daughter/20150305.htm

  5. AAP 5 years ago

    Saw the documentary.

    There is nothing “must see” in this. These r the things we hear all day while walking on streets or travelling in a bus.

    Someone like Asaram bapu said similar things. the proud followers of rajputana treat women same way.

    This is nothing shocking. The culprit was mouthing only things he was told to by his lawyer. Just because his intestine / inner parts got pulled out should not be a reason for this kind of sensation. …

    We need much mature society / media.

    • AAP 5 years ago

      her intestine*

    • Baba 5 years ago

      ritz – you sound like a shameless rapist

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      sputnik 5 years ago

      “There is nothing “must see” in this. These r the things we hear all day while walking on streets or travelling in a bus.

      Someone like Asaram bapu said similar things. the proud followers of rajputana treat women same way.”

      This is why its a must see – because the rapist’s views are exactly the same as the views of those defenders of Indian culture and morality – basically the majority of people in India.

      “The culprit was mouthing only things he was told to by his lawyer.”

      I doubt his lawyer told him to mouth those lines. His lawyer would probably have asked him not to speak to the interviewer or deny his involvement completely rather than incriminate himself and his accomplices in the rape and murder.

      “Just because his intestine / inner parts got pulled out should not be a reason for this kind of sensation. …”

      Rape is a violent crime by itself. It does not need to be accompanied by any brutality of removing intestines. I think a rapist should either get death penalty or be jailed for the rest of his life.

      This isn’t the only rape where brutality was involved. Here are some more links to violent rapes one of them which happened last month.

      Death for three men who gang-raped teen, poured acid on her and gouged out her eyes

      http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/13-year-old-resists-rape-eye-gouged-out-in-UP/articleshow/8918451.cms

      http://www.firstpost.com/india/haryana-mentally-challenged-woman-raped-and-killed-body-found-with-heart-and-lungs-missing-2086235.html

      “We need much mature society / media.”

      Yes for that we need more documentaries like this which highlight the problem, the disgusting mindset of people before people actually change.

      • AAP 5 years ago

        I agree on the things you said above. My only point was we hear these things day in and day out sometimes in subtle ways…

        • Baba 5 years ago

          your only point always is that you have a big ego. you saw that everyone else was priaisng the documentary and so you had to make a “different” pov so that some ppl react to you. you are a tamasha like your aamir

  6. aryan 5 years ago

    This is Nirbhaya’s Father earlier statement

    Everyone must see ‘India’s Daughter,’ says Nirbhaya’s father, after ban in India

  7. alfa.one 5 years ago

    Just watched. Its must watch. Thanks sputnik for posting it.

  8. alfa.one 5 years ago

    Mukesh the suar should not be hanged but should be punished in a way that he beg for death.

    • AAP 5 years ago

      Can understand the emotions but I am against any “exemplary punishment”. Law should follow its own course.

  9. Baba 5 years ago

    what bad luck. just when i logged in to see it, the video had been removed. fuckign madarchods

  10. MGT 5 years ago

    Very heart wrenching and thanks for putting it up. I believe in justice delayed in justice denied. So we should all be ashamed.!!

    Truth is all of us are all animals within and it all comes out out if there are no rules , regulations and boundaries , limitations in life. These guy had no family complexities in life and were eating , drinking, raping, killing, sleeping at will. Even the brotherly presence or shame or inhibitions did not stop them to cross any limit.

    I am sorry to say but all thru this documentary I was somehow reminded of AIB and these people looked like actors of AIB trying to justify their freedom to do whatever they want.

    The driver whatever his name seemed like Anurag Kashyap to me justifying / arrogantly disparaging for his actions. I will never be able to watch a anurag kashyap movie again. i hate that basterd now !!

    Its weird but those fcuks have same mentality and I am telling you the way they are making their movies more will turn out the same violent way what we just saw in this documentary.

    • AAP 5 years ago

      Its ridiculous to say AIB are rapists. The sense of humor by them was harmless – though I didnt like it because it was repetitive and lacked humor for the most part. .

  11. aryan 5 years ago

    India trying to muzzle free speech: Gang-rape filmmaker

    Unfazed by the controversy, the British filmmaker behind the BBC documentary on the Delhi gang-rape incident today accused the Indian government of trying to “muzzle free speech” by banning its telecast in India.

    Leslee Udwin’s ‘Storyville: India’s Daughter’ was due to be aired in the UK on Sunday to coincide with International Women’s Day but the telecast was brought forward in the wake of attempts by the Indian government to block its release worldwide.

    It has led to threats of legal action from the home ministry but Udwin remains defiant. She has called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to “deal with the unceremonious silencing of the film”.

    “This is the greatest fight of our times and I wanted to applaud the reaction of the Indian people to the crime with this film. But that has been turned around by this ban, which is an attempt to muzzle free speech,” Udwin said.

    http://news.rediff.com/commentary/2015/mar/05/india-trying-to-muzzle-free-speech-gangrape-filmmaker/724511ae1ff90b64c90fa1252041e882

  12. Baba 5 years ago

    watched it full. . the two defense lawyers are a bigger rapist than the actual rapists. just hear them speak. disgusting. it was chilling to hear and watch the rapist speak. no remorse nothing. he is acting as if he was doing something right in “punshing the girl for the wrongs”. i dont want hang til death. i want them to be treated the same way. a burning rod should be put into their assholes and they shud not be given medical treatment and left like.f govt asks me that we have to pay to the govt to get these 4 accused treated in the same manner as jyoti, then i am ready to pay

    • cr7 5 years ago

      “the two defense lawyers are a bigger rapist than the actual rapists”

      Agreed.

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    sputnik 5 years ago

    I don’t support this mob justice but this is what will happen if people have no faith in justice.

    A huge mob in Nagaland broke into prison, dragged out the rape accused, stripped and paraded him naked through the streets and lynched him to death. Some are saying he was a Bangladeshi illegal.

    You can see the pictures on twitter.

    • Baba 5 years ago

      i support the mob

      • cr7 5 years ago

        This is terrifying . What kind of justice is this ?

        • Baba 5 years ago

          if i had it my way , i think the mob should beat such ppl to death. but not before sodomising them and performing all kinds of sexual acts on them . once they beg for death, then they should be beaten up to death.

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            sputnik 5 years ago

            I understand that people are angry because they have no faith in justice given the history of rape prosecutions but mob justice is not the answer. There needs to be poper law and order. Its the job of Police to arrest them quickly and the court’s job to conduct a speedy trial and punish the guilty.

            If mobs are going to serve out justice like this to accused without any trial/conviction then people will start getting killed on mere allegations.

      • Reddemon 5 years ago

        Baba you will not support them once you see it.

        Unfortunately i was also present in that place. They broked the jail and dragged that rapist for 7km. He died on the way.

        Worst thing is that, Just because the rapist was a Muslim the local people are hurting Muslim people and also looted there shops and burnt them.

        On top of it that girl was allegedly a sex worker and that man refused to give the amount of money he demanded. Anyways different people are saying different stories.

        Yesterday was one of the worst days in my life. Now the whole Dimapur city is under curfew.

        • Baba 5 years ago

          dont view rapists and terrorists on the basis of religion. even if the girl is a sex worker, he has no right to rape her.

          • Reddemon 5 years ago

            yes but several other local people were also involved but they got away with it

          • Baba 5 years ago

            “Just because the rapist was a Muslim the local people are hurting Muslim people and also looted there shops and burnt them.”

            this is horrible indeed. and this is bcos those ppl view rapist as a “muslim”

          • MGT 5 years ago

            Meanwhile what do you think about my comment above on this thread Baba.

            I feel AIB people are rapists. I have never hated anyone more than those basterds and their ring master anurag kashyap.

          • Baba 5 years ago

            “Meanwhile what do you think about my comment above on this thread Baba.”

            i think you are using this nirbhaya case to justify your angst over the negative feedback aamir got by bashing AIB .

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          sputnik 5 years ago

          Yeah there are different stories but I had not heard the story of her being a sex worker. Anyway as Baba said “even if the girl is a sex worker, he has no right to rape her.”

          I had read that her cousin took her to him and that they checked into some hotel and that there was some security camera footage of them in the hotel and that the police was looking into it.

          I also read that the mob was demanding that they hand over the alleged rapist to them for the past two days. He was already arrested so why were they demanding that he be handed over to them?

          And was he a illegal from Bangladeshi? There is one journalist on twitter who was warning that something bad will happen since a day before. He was saying that he was not a Bangladeshi and that his two brothers are serving in the Indian Army.

          • Reddemon 5 years ago

            No he is not a bangladeshi. He is from Assam. Local people killing people from Assam and Bengal and terming them as IBI(illegal Bangladeshi immigirants) is very common.

            Even i saw a clip on twitter where the girl checked in with that man in the hotel

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            sputnik 5 years ago

            Looks like that tweet with the CCTV footage has been deleted now. Couldn’t find it.

            Meanwhile the case is getting murkier with all sorts of contradictory news. Not sure whether this person is actually relaying local news but according to him.

            “However, medical report suggests the girl was not even raped.”

            “SP of Dimapur, Nagaland confirms that the girl blackmailed the boy for Rs 2 lakh. He didn’t pay and rape case was filed. No rape”

            “Most likely he dealt with stolen cars. That is what local populace is saying but they were silent when he was operating”

            https://twitter.com/BhaskarGogoi/with_replies

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            sputnik 5 years ago

            Found these CCTV camera footage videos allegedly from the hotel. Not sure of their authenticity and can’t make out much from the videos.

            https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10153027932059471&id=729269470

            https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10153027946929471&id=729269470

          • Reddemon 5 years ago

            One surprising development in this case is that Nagaland Government has blocked Social Media/Internet in the state for 2 days so that information flow in the rest of the country is minimal. There is already no media coverage in the North East and now this. Learn From Nagaland Government how to supress a matter

        • AAP 5 years ago

          Its shocking Reddemon! really shocking !!

      • Author
        sputnik 5 years ago

        The mob looted and burned some Muslim shops. What if the mob started killing some Muslims (men, women and children) too? What if the mob started raping some Muslim women too because the rapist is a Muslim? That’s what happened in Gujarat. Because a Muslim mob burnt Hindus on that train the Hindu mob burned Muslims and raped Muslim women. They were delivering justice and teaching them a lesson. This is why mob justice can never be right.

        In this case he had not been convicted yet. Next time anyone can get accused of rape or murder and lynched on the streets without there being any proof whatsoever.

        If the rapist was already convicted and the courts were delaying justice like in the Delhi Gangrape case I can still understand mob delivering justice though I won’t condone that either. Babu Bajrangi or Kasab or for that matter any criminal has to be punished by the courts not by the mob.

        Govt is responsible for punishing the killers and rapists. What’s needed is swift justice in every case. When that happens regularly the criminals will be afraid because they cannot get away and people will not be cynical of justice.

  14. Baba 5 years ago

    watched the first 30 mins again. the scenes where the driver is giving intro of the other accused . he described one of the guys vinay as the gym guy who had a history of beating ppl up. lookked totally meek to me though. bhenchod 6 log saath me rahe to hijda bhi apne to sher samjahta hai.dedh pasli ke saale sab ke sab insaan ke naam be dhabba. and why have they been given fancy clothes in the jail? keep them totally naked

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      sputnik 5 years ago

      They looked like they were being quite well treated in the jail. From the body language none of them looked like they had any remorse.

      I think they should have blurred the faces of people (specially younger siblings and kid) related to the rapist.

      Indian Police is usually bashed a lot for their incompetence but I think they did a good job quickly nabbing all of them. The Police officer talked about using dental impressions for the first time to match the bite marks. Its the judicial system here that is a joke for not having punished them even after 2 years have passed.

  15. Baba 5 years ago

    “There needs to be poper law and order”

    law and order have always been there. but the criminals have conitnued to live. i think two types of criminals dont deserve too long trials -terrorist and rapist. both should be qucikly sentecned to death in the worse possible ways.or else the mob should take its course giving a damn to the law and order.

    • Baba 5 years ago

      for example i would be happier if kasab was beaten to death in 2008 itself on the spot instead of taking and giving him a trial. same for ppl like babu bajrangi

    • Author
      sputnik 5 years ago

      If there was proper law and order, cases wouldn’t go on for so long. The guilty have been all nabbed and they have already confessed to the crimes. Now we even have video admission. So what are they waiting for? Jyoti’s parents were saying that the case has been in SC for a year and there has not been a hearing.

      In case of Kasab he was seen with a gun from the security camera footage. It was a open and shut case. He was not even a Indian national. Yet they took 4 years to execute him which is ridiculous.

  16. Baba 5 years ago

    yes this is my second most favourite documentary after this

    • Baba 5 years ago

      we are chilled by one rape in delhi.in 2003 there were countless unreported rapes like this totally sponsored by the state

  17. Baba 5 years ago

    what a sporting gf 😀

  18. Author
    sputnik 5 years ago

    Another proof why mob justice is always a bad idea. If there was mob justice these two guys would have been lynched two years ago. This came out just today.

    —————

    Court acquits Amity rape accused, says evidence cooked up

    Accusing the police of fabricating evidence in a sensational 2012 ‘rape’ case, a trial court has acquitted two youths, including a student of Amity University, who were accused of gang-raping another student of the university.

    The court pulled up Delhi Police and the investigating officer (IO) for carrying out a biased probe, cooking up evidence and hiding crucial information in the case which proved the innocence of the accused.

    The judge urged the police chief to frame guidelines making it mandatory for IOs to bring to the notice of the accused all evidence in a case, including those that favour the accused.

    “She (the IO) has betrayed the trust reposed by the public upon a police official. The aim of the police officer should be to collect evidence and not to create it…(She) committed breach of professional standards by ignoring, disregarding and withholding material evidence which pointed to the innocence of the accused,” the court noted while delivering the verdict last week.

    According to the police, the alleged incident took place in the afternoon of June 14, 2012. Amity student Prashant called the woman, who was his batchmate, to Vasant Vihar to watch a movie. He was accused of giving her an alcoholic drink, driving her to a secluded place in Paschim Vihar in his Honda City car, calling his friend Milind to the spot and gang-raping her.

    Freeing the duo, additional sessions judge Virender Bhat also suggested that they seek compensation from the woman and her parents because their lives and careers being jeopardized because of the “false” case.

    “This court regrets to note that the two accused, young boys in their early twenties, had to face trial for a crime they had not committed. They had to suffer incarceration for more than one year and undergo rigors of a criminal trial for about two years. Their educational as well as professional career has been jeopardized apart from the humiliation and ridicule faced by them,” the judge said.

    Advocate Prashant Mendiretta, counsel for the accused, said his clients were relieved with the verdict and intended to seek damages.

    The court said that all evidence, including forensic reports contradicted the theory of rape and anal intercourse, as alleged by the woman. It said medical evidence contradicted the rape claim while phone records, too, showed the woman was getting calls from her family when she was allegedly being gang-raped.

    The court held that woman’s parents pushed her into implicating the accused as they didn’t like their daughter getting drunk with Prashant on the day of the alleged incident. It rejected police’s story that Prashant and the woman were just classmates and said they were probably in love.

    It also dismissed the prosecution’s claim that the woman had no prior plans to meet Prashant on the day of the ‘incident’, adding that the meeting was planned and the woman wanted to spend “some quality time with him”.

    During the trial, the woman had failed to identify the place of alleged rape.

    “The conduct of the accused in dropping the woman near a police barricade and that they even spoke to two cops there is indicative of the fact…that they had not committed any crime,” the court said, adding that police cleverly chose not to list these cops as prosecution witnesses in the case whereas those two could have proved to be material witnesses in the case.

    The court also rejected the prosecution’s claim that the woman was so traumatized that she initially did not report the rape but only spoke about assault. Relying on hospital records and other evidence, court said the woman was in her senses when she was examined on June 15, 2012, a day after the alleged incident. The court also observed that it appeared that the woman, after the incident, faked psychiatric disorders and was therefore referred a senior psychiatrist at AIIMS. The woman spoke about being gang-raped by the duo only on June 28, 2012, 14 days after the incident.

    Acquitting Milind, the court said call records and testimonies of various witnesses established that he was not with Prashant and the woman when the alleged incident took place. Milind met them only after Prashant called him to help drop the woman safely as she was drunk, the court said.

    The duo dropped the woman at Vasant Vihar and asked her parents to take her home as she was heavily drunk, the court said.

    Link

    • Baba 5 years ago

      do you like the verdicts given by court to babu bajrangi and clean chit to modi?

      • AAP 5 years ago

        Its better to let 10 criminals off than to have a wrong person acquitted/served prison.

  19. aryan 5 years ago

    So Sad this updated video is also not working. What would i say Mera Bharat Mahaan/I Love My India.

    • AAP 5 years ago

      You should love india because there is a proper justice system here. Unlike in many other countries.

      • aryan 5 years ago

        Actually our law works only for rich, powerful people if it is poor people bas tadpou aur marou for justice.

        • Author
          sputnik 5 years ago

          Agree that our justice system works mostly for rich, powerful people. Poor people rarely get justice and even when they do its after years and years of waiting.

          As the saying goes “Justice delayed is Justice denied”.

    • Author
      sputnik 5 years ago

      Updated the post with a working video.

    • Anjanpur685Miles 5 years ago

      @aryan

      You are a Salman Khan fan. I dont have a problem with it .

      But what are your views on the atrocious scene in Dabangg where woman is treated like a dirt? There are way too many blockbusters which treat women same way – but Dabangg was something else.

      • aryan 5 years ago

        @ritz
        I don’t follow superstars big or small I liked meaningfull movies entertaining, Thriller, comedy, action, Inspirational and which particular scene you were talking about in Dabangg.

  20. AAP 5 years ago

    The ban on the video is right. When the trial is under process. Also, why do they have to show the accused on TV on national channel?

  21. AAP 5 years ago

    Just because atrocities are done by some ppl, its not right to judge everyone. Govt is right in banning this video – its not right to judge anyone when still the trial is under process.

    Ppl here are free judge me but I have always said that “exemplary punishment” is a wrong thing …right from my NG days.

  22. Author
    sputnik 5 years ago

    NDTV goes silent to protest censorship of India’s Daughter

    Channel runs only flickering lamp during slot in which controversial film was to have been aired.

    Replicating a strategy adopted by newspapers protesting press censorship during the Emergency, the NDTV 24X7 news channel on Sunday evening ran a black screen featuring only a flickering diya to express its dismay at the government’s decision to halt the broadcast of the controversial documentary, India’s Daughter.

    The silent screen ran for an hour from 9pm, the slot during which the documentary about the December 2012 Delhi gang-rape was to have been telecast. On Wednesday, the government decided to the halt the telecast, claiming that the filmmaker had not obtained the proper clearances to interview one of the perpetrators of the rape, who is lodged in Delhi’s Tihar Jail. The government also contended that film would hurt India’s image.

    NDTV’s gesture echoed the blank columns run in The Statesman and The Indian Express when its articles were censored during Indira Gandhi’s Emergency in 1975.

    NDTV goes silent to protest censorship of India’s Daughter

    • AAP 5 years ago

      Its not about censorship. Its about the trial which is still in progress. But then all are having this mob psychology now …

  23. alfa.one 5 years ago

    Our heads hang in shame….! – ANOTHER ONE FROM FEKU.

  24. alfa.one 5 years ago

    Excellent answer from NDTV..! WHERE ARE YOU ARNAB ? OH STILL BARKING ????

  25. MGT 5 years ago

    Alfa.one please don’t say anything against Arnab because he is gutsy and much more direct than anyone else on Tv. He doesn’t seem to be a paid bhaand sitting on our screen like the others. He has never spared anyone from left , right , centre and we must respect his opinion on this matter.

    Also for your information there are more gruesome rapes and molestation happening in America and USA and why don’t they go and make documentaries on them.

    Btw I like Ravish from Hindi NDTV too for his original and Indian style of news reading. Very authentic and real

    • Author
      sputnik 5 years ago

      Arnab does an entertainment show where he screams at the top of his voice and mutes anyone who disagrees with him. He was just pissed off because NDTV was telecasting the documentary and not their channel.

      “Also for your information there are more gruesome rapes and molestation happening in America and USA and why don’t they go and make documentaries on them.”

      Same nonsensical defense that foreigners are maligning us and that we are better off or point fingers that bad things happen else where too. There are lots of documentaries made in US/UK on things which will never even be allowed in India.

      Here are more rape documentaries. The first three are by BBC and are on rape and sexual assault in Britain.

      This one is from Australia and it also has interviews with the rapist.

      Here is the Oscar nominated documentary The Invisible war on sexual assault within the US army.

      https://youtube.com/watch?v=b8i_WoaIyM4

    • AAP 5 years ago

      Ravish and Nikhil Wagle(marathi) are the best journalists. Then I like Rajdeep. I watch Arnab for entertainment. He may be harsh on everyone but he does not conclude any debate – its all tu tu main main in his debates.

      • MGT 5 years ago

        Did anyone watch the news program Ravish did on the crops which got damaged due to untimely rains.

        I just hope all our journalist follow suit and try to get to the root of our basic issues in life instead of focusing on India Shinning and Acche Din.

        Unless these basic stuff is addressed intelligently on the ground no real change can be made and only the top few will continue to benefit and fcuk the system.

    • alfa.one 5 years ago

      MGT I have said against Arnab coz of two reasons

      1. He is against this documentary which is not correct

      2. I also used to like him but not any more. You watch his debates at 9.0 pm on “time now” and then see what happens there. He never allow any one to speak and his repeated thing is “my question to you…” so irritating.

  26. MGT 5 years ago

    That ‘s good research and your walk doing the talk here. I will watch these links in my spare time to compare with India’s Daughter before commenting further.

    BTW Arnab may be entertainment but have never seen him lie to make a point. Plus he is equally harsh on everyone and nothing selective

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