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
Fears over security in Parliament as it is revealed visitors tried to smuggle swords, knuckle-dusters and even a meat cleaver into the building At least five truncheons were found while two people brought in cannabis Over 100 people had knives on them when entering Palace of Westminster | UPDATED: 00:31 GMT, 31 December 2012 A meat cleaver, a catapult, and three swords were among hundreds of deadly weapons visitors have tried to smuggle into the Houses of Parliament, it has been revealed. At least five truncheons and two sets of knuckle-dusters have also been confiscated at Westminster's entry checkpoints sine the start of 2008, according to a Freedom of Information request, as were two amounts of cannabis. According to the data, no suspected explosive devices were uncovered at checkpoints and no real firearms, but three imitation guns were picked up – one in 2010, one in 2011 and one this year
Outrage over Indian police chief suggestion that women should carry chilli powder and not go out at night to avoid rapeComments by Commissioner KP Raghuvanshi, head of police in ThaneActivists condemned the commissioner's remarks as sexist and 'idiotic'It follows the gang rape of a 23-year-old student on a bus in New Delhi | UPDATED: 12:08 GMT, 21 December 2012 A police chief in India has sparked outrage after a woman was gang raped on a bus by saying women should carry chili powder to defend themselves.