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Old March 3rd, 2015, 08:41 AM
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Interview of Nirbhaya’s rapist

Huge row over interview of Nirbhaya’s rapist, Delhi Police register case

As usual some gora comes to India and want to show India in bad light..

Who's trying to show it on air? NDTV .. TRP crazy mofos..
Should this interview be shown on TV?

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'India's Daughter' tells the story of the horrific Delhi gang rape in December, 2012, from the perspective of the convicts and victim’s parents.

The interview of one of the convicts of Nirbhaya's gang rape and murder for a documentary by a British filmmaker snowballed into a huge controversy on Tuesday.

The government has taken a serious view of the matter and sought an explanation from Tihar Jail authorities who allowed the interview. The Delhi Police registered a case under Section 509 (outraging the modesty of women) and Section 504 (intentional insult to provoke breach of trust) of the Indian Penal code.

Delhi Police chief BS Bassi said, "We urge the Indian media not to show it. Police moving chief metropolitan magistrate's court today to seek restrain from airing of the show."
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Old March 3rd, 2015, 08:43 AM
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Will media question UPA? How did MMS sarkar allow this interview?
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Will media question UPA? How did MMS sarkar allow this interview?
I read a part of the interview in NDTV. I hope the death sentence gets carried soon.
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Old March 3rd, 2015, 09:01 AM
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I read a part of the interview in NDTV. I hope the death sentence gets carried soon.
The death sentences unfortunately have their time in papers before they can be carried out. The higher court appeals and mercy appeals have to elapse.. this take time, will be few years. Its the same throughout the world, only audio and video interviews, in my view, should not be allowed.

I wonder what purpose is served by making a documentary and replaying an interview of the rapist.
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I wonder what purpose is served by making a documentary and replaying an interview of the rapist.
Ya, I cannot think of a single good reason why the interview should be played out. I can understand if they were interviewing to understand the psychology of criminals like this but I dont see why they should make it public.

have you read the parts of interview? He says, "its the girls mistake that she fought back when she was being raped. She should have just kept quite and get raped".

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Old March 3rd, 2015, 10:02 AM
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have you read the parts of interview? He says, "its the girls mistake that she fought back when she was being raped. She should have just kept quite and get raped".
That is not unexpected.. Girls/women are objects to these guys.. how and why should objects fight back. A lot of education needs to happen, in the schools, in families. I agree when Modi says to Indian parents stop the boys and ask questions not the girls.
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Will media question UPA? How did MMS sarkar allow this interview?
That is what is said in BBC itself

Incredible access
British producer Leslee Udwin gained some of the most extraordinary and rare access that any film-maker has ever had inside an Indian prison.


Activist Kavita Krishnan wondered how Udwin was allowed access to convicts inside jail when authorities "prevent most human rights campaigners in India from speaking to, let alone filming, prisoners".
The hour-long film also includes extensive interviews of the victim's parents, families of the convicts and their lawyers, interspersed with reconstruction of the incident.


Now, the broaddcast rights in India for the documentary was given to NDTV. So, could one see any link to that and on why NDTV was supporting this docu so much and had a blank hour for the scheduled telecast of the documentary.

And NDTV comes up usually with a lot of information from its 'Sources' which shows that it can move things. So, it must have been behind this access.
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Re: interview of Nirbhaya rapist

Jaya Bachchan serious on Nirbhaya Documentary in Rajya Sabha

https://www.youtube.com/embed/0tcbiIUsMzI


https://www.youtube.com/embed/b2A1eLsEXmk

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Re: Interview of Nirbhaya’s rapist

What about the BBC's record of having a child molester as its host?

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-20026910

How about the BBC concentrates Prince Andrew involvement in sex slavery ring?
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What about the BBC's record of having a child molester as its host?

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-20026910

How about the BBC concentrates Prince Andrew involvement in sex slavery ring?
Rather than complain about all this, let there be a Doordarshan Documentary on Racism in Britain with interviews from BNP and National front. i could put some 2 instances in my Budhau memories thread.
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NEW DELHI: A German university professor's rejection email to an Indian student's application for internship citing the "rape problem in India" as reason went viral on Sunday, sparking an online furore. By Monday afternoon, German ambassador to India Michael Steiner responded to the fast-brewing controversy, issuing a strongly worded letter to the professor, condemning her action. A subsequent apology from the Leipzig-based biochemistry professor, Dr Annette G. Beck-Sickinger, was then posted on the German embassy's website.

The professor's emails were posted anonymously as screenshots on Sunday on the social website Quora, in a post titled "What should an Indian male student do if he is denied an internship opportunity on the basis of India being projected as an unsafe country for women?"

The email as featured here read: "Dear Sir, Unfortunately I don't accept any Indian male students for internships. We hear a lot about the rape problem in India which I cannot support. I have many female students in my group, so I think this attitude is something I cannot support." A second email featured in the Quora post quotes the professor as saying: "Many female professors in Germany decided to no longer accept Indian male students for these reasons, and currently other European female associations are joining."

The note posted on the German embassy website india.diplo.de on Monday read: "Ambassador Michael Steiner takes note that the University of Leipzig has just announced publicly that Professor Beck-Sickinger apologizes for her unwarranted remarks. Professor Beck-Sickinger: 'I have made a mistake. I sincerely apologise to everyone whose feelings I have hurt.'"

When TOI contacted the professor, she wrote back saying that she only rejected the candidate as her lab was full. "I cannot confirm the veracity of the e-mail circulating in the (sic) Internet. I usually select students by the criteria of excellence and the availability of positions in my lab. Currently two male Indian students do their lab course in my lab, and I had 5/30 in the last year winter course (sic). This is by far more than the average in German University (sic). I rejected the student as the lab is full in summer. He was angry about this," wrote Dr Beck-Sickinger, who works at the Institute of Biochemistry at the university.



She did not respond to TOI's follow-up email posing a specific query on the point of other European female associations joining in the boycott as mentioned in the email posted on Quora.

Interestingly, the professor's response to some other outlets and individuals was differently worded, saying that the email was "taken out of context." On Twitter, a user who goes by the handle @sandygrains shared Beck-Sickinger's response to her, which read: "Unfortunately this mail was a misunderstanding. Of course I have nothing against male Indians and I have accepted several Indian students in the past. However my lab is full and I currently cannot take any student. This led to an unpleasant discussion with one of the Indian student (sic). I apologise if this caused any misunderstanding, but the e-mail was taken out of the context."

By Monday afternoon, German ambassador shared the letter he had written to the professor from his Twitter handle @Amb_MSteiner. "It has been brought to my attention that you denied an internship to a male Indian student, giving 'the rape problem in India' as a reason. Let me make it clear at the outset that I strongly object to this," says the letter, which then goes on to talk about the public debate on violence against women in India that started after the Dec 2012 gang rape, and a women's day celebration held at the German embassy with several male and female activists in attendance.



"Your oversimplifying and discriminating generalization is an offense to these women and men ardently committed to furthering women empowerment in India; and it is an offense to millions of law-abiding, tolerant, open-minded and hard-working Indians. Let's be clear: India is not a country of rapists," the letter says.
Thank you, BBC. Thank you, Indian media.

Now India should ban all Germans and German products citing the Holocaust.

Just kidding.
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Re: Interview of Nirbhaya’s rapist

Now, coming to Rape statistics and complaining that India is not so bad, could i step back to 2011 and tell the same about Corruption too, when every one under Anna Hazare Bandwagon suddenly discovered that India was very corrupt.
Transparency International placed India 90th or so out of 180 countries. There are countries like Russia, Indonesia and of course Pakistan which are more corrupt than India.
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Asking for second time! What effect will this vicious propaganda campaign have on tourism? Kisi ko pataa hai taaza aur authentic khabar?
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Asking for second time! What effect will this vicious propaganda campaign have on tourism? Kisi ko pataa hai taaza aur authentic khabar?
I donno about the adverse effects yet, but on opening up the visa on arrival, tourism should pick up tourism in a big way, and the FM has announced that they are extending it to 150 countries now.

In a neutral way, I feel one should be careful and aware when visiting any foreign country. A related movie could be 'The best exotic marigold hotel'.

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I donno about the adverse effects yet, but on opening up the visa on arrival, tourism should pick up tourism in a big way, and the FM has announced that they are extending it to 150 countries now.

In a neutral way, I feel one should be careful and aware when visiting any foreign country. A related movie could be 'The best exotic marigold hotel'.



Normally the guys would check the travel advisory. i checked UK travel advisory and here it is

Over 800,000 British nationals visit India every year. Most visits are trouble-free.

Tropical cyclones are common, particularly off the east coast. You should monitor the progress of approaching storms and follow the advice of the local authorities, including any evacuation orders. See Natural disasters

There is a high threat from terrorism throughout India. Recent attacks have targeted public places including those visited by foreigners. See Terrorism

The Indian government has relaxed the rules on re-entering the country while on a tourist visa. See Entry requirements
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