Shameless acts hardly know any end to them, more so in a country like ours, India. To facilitate stringent action against rapists, necessary Bill has since been passed by the Parliament of the country. Although the very Bill suffers from several handicaps and limpings in ensuring its full implementation, it is there after all as some thing against nothing. This Bill is there mainly in the context of New Delhi gang rape case, covered in this blog number of times, but despite a massive mass upsurge as from the public as a whole, there is hardly any check on nefarious activities in the matters of rape, it rather continues unbridled in more aggressive a manner. There are reports in the news papers almost every day about some new victim of a rape or the other; it is just a rape or a gang rape, is a different matter. Only the other day at Agra (U.P.,India), a British woman, a doctor by profession and aged around 32, had too difficult a time escaping from the clutches of a hotel owner who forcibly attempted a rape on her, put up as she did in his hotel Room No.206. It happened around 3.45 AM. Her room was opened with a duplicate key by the owner of Hotel Agra Mahal. He was accompanied by another man. As a last resort, the lady had no option but to take a plunge from the balcony of her room running out of hotel to the local police station. She sustained injuries in the process. ‘A guest is an Angel’ is the saying in India, and if this is now quoted to the concerned British woman, she would be the last person to take it on its face value. The culprit so involved has since been arrested and taken into police custody for necessary action against him. Some hope of a tangible action in the matter is pinned to the fact that the matter is being actively followed by the British Embassy in India.