What happens when women complain of sexual harassment?
With many high-profile cases being reported, here's a look at what has changed since the Vishaka verdict
A series of high-profile complaints of sexual harassment have hit the headlines in recent months, with cases against R.K. Pachauri, former chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and ex-director of The Energy and Resources Institute (Teri); rape and harassment allegations by a staffer at Greenpeace India, which resulted in the resignations of two executives last week; and an assistant professor of chemistry at St. Stephen’s College who is currently fighting criminal charges brought by a Delhi University student. Going further back, the then editor of Tehelka magazine, Tarun Tejpal, was accused of rape by a staffer in November 2013.
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