Here are some men who are not okay with the premier simplifying sexual violence to be an outcome of temptation.
His office released its own version of the interview but people didn't see it helping the PM much.
Women shouldn't have to relive their trauma because men don't realise rape has nothing to do with clothing.
She thanked the people who stood by her and paid tribute to herself for being so strong.
He has officially changed his name to include his mother's, a woman he says he owes his success to.
A man was viciously attacked by two pet dogs and abandoned by the animals' handlers.
People are calling on the premier to stop victim blaming and giving rapists a free pass.
"He will be making a holistic policy and initiate a mass public awareness campaign to address the issue," the singer added.
The 'Saajna' singer revealed the exciting news on social media to the delight of their fans and followers.
They claim it is "anti-Pakistan", "anti-Kashmir" and "anti-two-nation theory". All that from just a trailer.
"Who is this wannabe fiction writer doing this copywriting?" asked Twitteratis.
The brand is doing away with its Angels and looking for diversity and inclusion. Will it work?
Following the internet uproar regarding their on-field clash, the two took to social media and made it clear it's no big deal.
"You know what we don't appreciate? Judgemental, condescending, 'white saviour' wannabes," she posted.
Her request was denied due to an FIR and she feels Khan should've gotten the same treatment for calling India intolerant.
Her home has large windows, greenery, natural light and lots of colour!
Users spotted a poster of a heavily doctored version of a Hindu deity with an employee's face pasted on top in their post.
"What the science, science is the man," he said. We concur.
"In certain situations, I feel — or I’m made to feel — that I’m too white to stand up for part of my Arab heritage," she admitted.
He manhandled and intimidated several women outside a university for not wearing dupattas.