— With the recent outcry and public furor on the Delhi Rape Case, the Indian Government had constituted a Committee under Justice Verma to suggest guidelines for protection of women. This paper is an attempt to analyze and evaluate the biased nature of these laws in India towards women and the scope of their misuse. It attempts to make a strong case for more specific laws that are gender neutral and laws that protect the victims rather than making them tools for vengeance. It is important to have laws that proactively protect women and at the same time, not leave men open to harassment. Drafting & promulgating laws is a very serious business with far reaching consequences. They should focus attention on enforcement instead of merely enacting laws that allow privileged women to exploit a situation and make no impact at the grass root level This paper with reference to the above analyzes laws added to the Indian Penal Code of 1860 by The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 with specific reference to the offence of stalking and voyeurism, its nature, punishment and profound implications for men in India.