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Delhi Gangrape has changed mindset on rape: Psychiatrist

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The December 16th gangrape in the national capital has sparked off a whole new debate on rapes and the social taboos associated with it. In an exclusive interview with nnis, Psychiatrist Vishal Chhabra tells that the popular outrage over the gruesome rape in a moving bus will act to the benefit of victims in the future.
Tokyo, Sep 02 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday wowed a set of suited businessmen by playing traditional Taiko drums with great verve on his fourth day of Japan visit. Modi's performance came a day after signing a clutch of deals with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, at the launch of Tata Consultancy Services's Technology and Cultural Academy, a programme to send young Japanese employees to India for training in technical and cultural skills. After TCS CEO N Chandrasekaran finished his opening remarks, Modi played the drums after the professional drummers had finished. The audience burst into applause when he had finished. Modi then flagged off the TCS Japanese Associates.
Kolkata, Sep 02 (ANI): Fire broke out on the 15th floor of the landmark Chatterjee International building near Park Street in Kolkata on Tuesday morning. Four fire tenders were rushed to control the situation. Since the fire broke out before the office hours, the police said the possibility of any person being trapped in the building, which houses many private and government offices, is less. The area has been cordoned off to conduct the firefighting operations in the busy area. The cause of fire or extent of damage is yet to be ascertained, the police said.
Tokyo, Sept 02 (ANI):Prime Minister Narendra Modi began the fourth day of his five-day state visit to Japan by dropping in at Tokyo's Sacred Heart University and meeting Natsuo Yamaguchi, the leader of the New Komeito, which is a junior coalition ally of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). The two leaders reportedly exchanged views on issues of bilateral, regional and global importance to the two countries. On Monday, in a joint statement issued after delegation-level talks, Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged to take steps to boost bilateral cooperation in sectors such as railways, civil aviation, energy, maritime affairs, science and technology and women's empowerment. Prime Minister Modi, who will be concluding his visit to Japan tomorrow, is scheduled to meet Emperor Akihito.
Poonch, Sept 02 (ANI): Residents of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Pakistan called for an end to ceasefire violations as they travelled back to their nation by bus after visiting relatives in Poonch district in Jammu and Kashmir. The residents, passengers of a bus service between Rawalakot in Pakistan and Poonch, said on unless there is peace and tranquility along the Line of Control at the international border, people from both the sides would not be able to visit each other often. Kashmir has witnessed almost uninterrupted ceasefire violation by Pakistan since August 15.

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