Six men in India arrested after ANOTHER brutal gang rape of a woman bus passenger Attack comes just weeks after the brutal gang rape and murder of a student on a bus travelling through New DelhiLatest victim was abducted Friday night and driven to a secluded spot where seven men took turns to rape her, police said She was dumped near her in-laws village the next morning, where she reported the crime to policeLocal reports claim accused have already confessed to the crime in preliminary interrogations – a seventh suspect remains at large , after the cremation ceremony for the victim of the December 16 gang rape” class=”blkBorder” /> Baying for blood: Members of India's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) take part in a candlelight march in Amritsar on December 30, 2012, after the cremation ceremony for the victim of the December 16 gang rape Protesters across India have called for the police to be more vigilant and sensitive to the growing incidence of sexual assault against women, after details emerged of the New Delhi attack. Police and prosecutors have outlined how the alleged rapists picked up the woman and her male companion in a school bus which they had taken for a joyride after drinking heavily. The bus would have had to cross numerous police checkpoints at that time of night but at no stage was the vehicle pulled over by officers
Mother of gang rape victim taken to hospital after collapsing at cremation as it emerges daughter was set to marry man she was with when attackedSix men charged with murder in the December 16 attack on a busGovernment promises to publish photos, names and addresses of rapistsWest Bengal unveils plans for 65 all-female police stations | UPDATED: 19:36 GMT, 30 December 2012 The mother of the young Indian woman who died after being raped by a gang of men was taken to hospital today after collapsing while her daughter was being cremated.
Treat them mean, keep them keen: Playing hard to get really is the secret for winning a partner, scientists say Men and women play hard to get to test their loved one's commitment Report from researchers at the University of Western Sydney and Singapore Management University found 59 different ways both genders manipulate their partners Sarcasm, withholding sex and flirting with others among top tactics used | UPDATED: 08:27 GMT, 10 December 2012 Treat 'em mean: Researchers say there are evolutionary reasons why we are standoffish to loved ones For generations, suitors have suspected that playing hard to get is a feminine wile dreamt up solely to try their patience. It seems, however, that there are sound evolutionary reasons why treating a man mean is the best way to keep him keen.