Let us take a look at the women who made headlines this week! From AIIMS doctor to Pune Woman, list of women in news
Just like every week, we are back with the list of women who made headlines this week. The highlight of the week remained that AIIMS doctor accuses senior colleague of rape and now police have registered the case. Let us take a look at other women in news.
1. AIIMS doctor accuses Senior colleague of Rape
A doctor at AIIMS has accused her senior colleague of rape. She revealed that she was allegedly raped by her senior during a birthday party inside the campus. The Delhi Police have now registered a complaint against him. According to police officials, the incident took place on September 26, during the birthday party of one of the survivor’s colleagues. The Police officials, the accused is on a run and efforts to arrest him are on. Notably, the incident was reported on October 11 and the Medico-legal case, which is a case of injury or illness resulting out of sexual assault, poisoning or any suspicious circumstances has also been filed.
2. 55-year-old woman Killed by a relative in Hyderabad
As per reports, a 55-year-old woman was killed by a relative in Hyderabad. The victim P. Lalitha, had gone to visit her relative Shankar on Saturday when the latter’s son hit her on the head. As per the reports, the suspect is suffering from mental illness.
3. Actress Neena Gupta revealed that she was molested by a doctor, tailor in school days but didn’t dare to tell her mom
Actress Neena Gupta recently spoke about molestation and revealed that during school days she was molested by a doctor and a tailor. She revealed that the eye doctor went down to check other areas as well. She said that she didn’t have the guts to reveal this to her mother. She said, “I was scared as I thought my mother would blame me and will say it was my fault.”
4. Uttar Pradesh’s department of women’s welfare has asked all government employees to submit an affidavit declaring no dowry was taken during their marriage
Women’s Welfare Department of Uttar Pradesh has asked all government employees to submit an affidavit declaring that no dowry was taken during their marriage. All the government employees married after April 30, 2004. The circular further added that actions will be taken against those who don’t comply with this.
5. Taliban will soon allow Afghan girls to return to Secondary Schools
As per a report by Al Jazeera, the Taliban will soon allow Afghan girls to return to secondary schools. Following the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, teenage girls were told to stay home from school until a “safe learning environment” could be established. Now, as per reports, the Taliban will soon allow Afghan girls to return to secondary schools.