Accused serial killer "Motta" Navas was arrested on November 1, 2012, after a series of grisly murders in Kollam, Kerala, India, committed between June and August. His targets were street people, all killed in their sleep. There seems to be no motive for these exceptionally controlling, brutal murders of the city’s most vulnerable targets.
The award for Indulgent Parent of the Year may just go to successful rich person Mohammed Nisham of Kerala, India, who was arrested after he let his son, 9, drive his Ferrari and immortalized the event by posting it on Youtube.com.
In light of the infamous December 2012 bus gang rape and murder of student Jyoti Singh, 23, a group of enterprising engineering students in India was inspired to create what they hope will be a decisive deterrent to rape in their country for the future: Electrified lingerie.
Awindra Pandey, friend of New Delhi gang-rape victim Jyoti Singh, the student who died after being robbed, stripped, beaten, and brutally raped by 6 men on a Delhi bus, describes the crime and the aftermath when no one would help the bloodied couple as they lay in the road.
A few days ago a self-proclaimed Indian holy man blamed a murdered rape victim for the crimes committed against her. Now the attorney representing three of her accused killers is doing it too. In fact he seems to blame pretty much everyone but the accused.
Blaming the victim, or looking out for the rights of the accused? Indian guru Asaram Bapu was quoted as saying that a young woman who died after a brutal attack and sexual assault was "as guilty as her rapists."
Searching for a reason for the increased rapes in the area, one council has seized upon junk food, which in India is chowmein.
It seems that it’s getting hard enough to find tigers in the wild, that poachers these days are targeting those in captivity.
A Dengar Ka Guda man from India’s the northern province of Rajasthan took police by surprise on June 12, 2012, when he entered the station carrying his daughter’s severed head, which he had paraded through the streets.