The Delhi gang rape and murder case involved a rape and fatal assault that occurred on 16 December in Munirka , a neighbourhood in South Delhi. The incident took place when Jyoti Singh, a year-old female physiotherapy intern, was beaten , gang-raped , and tortured in a private bus in which she was travelling with her male friend. There were six others in the bus, including the driver, all of whom raped the woman and beat her friend. Eleven days after the assault she was transferred to a hospital in Singapore for emergency treatment but died two days later. Subsequently, public protests against the state and central governments for failing to provide adequate security for women took place in New Delhi , where thousands of protesters clashed with security forces.
Experts discuss the reasons behind India's blackout
What Can We Learn From India's Massive Blackouts? | HuffPost
As we ended the month of July in , India was in the midst of a blackout that left an estimated million people without power, In fact, 20 of India's 28 states were plunged into darkness. Why did this happen? It all happened because of an aging electrical infrastructure with relatively few back-up power generating systems combined with rapid economic growth that has dramatically increased the need for energy. In other words, there is not enough energy production to satisfy current, not to mention future, energy demands. And, from an energy transmission and distribution perspective, there have been problems for years due to the aging infrastructure and now with demand increasing every day, small problems can become large very fast. Could anyone have seen these problems coming and prevented them from happening in the first place?
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I called two of the foremost experts on emerging markets, professors Krishna Palepu and Tarun Khanna , both of Harvard Business School. My sympathy does go out to the Indian people. And yet, in a very ironic way, the population in India is a lot more prepared for disasters like these than we are in the United States. Power outages have been a problem that have been plaguing the country for a long time.