What you need to know about the rape and sexual assault of women in India:What you need the facts about:In the last year, rape of women has been on the rise in India, according to the latest figures from the National Crime Records Bureau.
The NCRB data shows that rape cases are up for the second straight year, up from 723,000 in the corresponding period in 2017.
The number of reported rapes is on track to be higher this year, at 818,000 from 724,000 last year.
The number of cases of rape, the most serious crime, in the country is also up for a third straight year at 8,738,000.
This year, the number of women who are raped by men in India is up by almost 40 per cent.
In the same time period, the gender ratio of the rape cases is still at a record low, at 1.94 women per 100 men, according a report by the National Commission for Women in 2017-18.
This is in stark contrast to other countries, including China, where the ratio is close to 1.9, according data from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
This is a major reason for the rape of the women in our country, said Rajesh Vaidyanathan, a social scientist and author of the book ‘Sick as Rape’.
It’s a very, very important factor that has been brought to light in the last few years.
It is a very important fact, and it should be brought to the forefront, he said.
A few weeks ago, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also announced a nationwide anti-rape campaign.
He said that, by 2020, if the women who were raped in the state of Gujarat in 2016 don’t report it to the police, they will not get justice.
The country is witnessing a sharp rise in rape cases across the country, as the NCRB figures indicate.
The recent cases are particularly alarming because there are very few women in the Indian society who are aware of the fact that there are so many men who are raping women, said Dr M Venkatachalam, the president of the Indian Association for the Study of Women and a lecturer at Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Dr Venkatakarma said there are only around 10,000 men who commit rape in India every year.
A man who rapes a woman who is less than 20 years of age, she said.
A woman who has been raped in a sexual relationship.
A married woman who goes out with a male friend.
Even if she’s the daughter of a man who is married to a woman, a man is still allowed to rape her.
A man who rape a girl younger than 15.
A girl who is 18 years of old and has not reached the age of puberty.
And a girl who has not gone to college.
Even if she is a virgin, a girl can still be raped, he added.
There is a huge stigma attached to sexual violence against women.
We’re not talking about the perpetrators of rape.
There are women who have died because of the crimes they committed.
We are talking about men who raped women.
They are allowed to do so, but it’s not done in a legal manner, Dr Venkatastan said.
There are a lot of reasons why men are not prosecuted in cases of sexual violence, he pointed out.
Women, in particular, are blamed for the rapes that happen.
If a woman was the victim of sexual harassment, it was her fault, not that of a guy.
But it is her fault if she didn’t report the crime.
She is blamed for not protecting herself, and she is blamed if she reports it.
So the whole idea of rape has been completely discredited, Dr Vaidyanathan said.
What are some of the other ways women can report rape in a society that is still patriarchal and patriarchal?
The most important thing is to not just come forward, but come forward with an open face.
I can’t help but think of the situation in India where men are getting away with rape and rape is not even being investigated as a crime.
A person can only report rape if they are willing to go to the media, and the media can only do this when there is a police case pending against the accused.
But in India today, there is no media.
Rape has not been investigated as such.
The rape is a crime, but there are no police cases, no criminal cases, and no social pressure on the police.
What we need is a law.
If there is such a law, it would be very beneficial for women.
But we need a law to help the police identify and prosecute the accused, and this is what we are waiting for.
A law could help a lot, but we need more people to speak up, Dr T Rangarajan, a lawyer who is part of the Delhi-based NGO Women Against Sexual Violence