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British-Indian MP Keith Vaz embroiled in sex scandal

Updated : Sep 05, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : World

British-Indian MP Keith Vaz embroiled in sex scandal

Keith Vaz, Britain's longest serving Indian-origin MP, was on Sunday embroiled in a sex scandal and announced that he will "stand aside" as the chair of the influential House of Commons Home Affairs Committee after a newspaper claimed he had paid for male prostitutes. #London #NewsTracker #Prostitution #United Kingdom #Keith Vaz #Labour Party
Watch: Mumbai sees increase in number of women committing crimes

Updated : Jul 18, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : India

Watch: Mumbai sees increase in number of women committing crimes

In Mumbai, there has been a rise in the number of women who have been arrested in the last decade #India #Mumbai #Crime #Prostitution #Women #assault #IPC #criminals #kidnapping #theft #Reliance Jio #bootlegging #jio #women criminals
Sultan Salman Khan and the irrelevance of a toothless, conceited NCW

Updated : Jul 14, 2016

By : Sreemoy Talukdar

Category : Bollywood

Sultan Salman Khan and the irrelevance of a toothless, conceited NCW

But NCW's handling of the Salman Khan issue has done little else beyond generating headlines or vacuous TV debates. #Salman Khan #Rape #Prostitution #Maneka Gandhi #Crimes against women #Stalking #NCW #cyber crimes #trafficking #Sultan #Lalitha Kumaramangalam
UK MPs led by Indian-origin lawmaker urge govt to decriminalise prostitution

Updated : Jul 04, 2016

By : PTI

Category : World

UK MPs led by Indian-origin lawmaker urge govt to decriminalise prostitution

A cross-party group of British MPs led by Indian-origin lawmaker Keith Vaz has called on the UK government to decriminalise sex work and prostitution. #NewsTracker #Prostitution #Keith Vaz #UK #legalisation #UK Parliament #legalisation of prostitution
In Kamathipura's lanes, legalisation of prostitution seems like a faraway debate

Updated : Jun 12, 2016

By :

Category : Life

In Kamathipura's lanes, legalisation of prostitution seems like a faraway debate

The narrow lanes of Kamathipura, Mumbai's red light district, seem a long distance away from the debate on legalisation of prostitution raging elsewhere #Prostitution #Amnesty International #Jimmy Carter #Legalising prostitution in India #FWeekend #Kamathipura #legalising prostitution #decriminalising sex work #red light districts
Hunger, child marriage, prostitution: How drought hurts women, Dalits more

Updated : May 23, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : India

Hunger, child marriage, prostitution: How drought hurts women, Dalits more

India's worst drought in decades is hurting women and lower-caste Dalits disproportionately, with impacts ranging from malnutrition to early marriage to prostitution, activists say. #NewsTracker #Prostitution #Maharashtra #Hunger #Drought #child marriage #Latur #Marathwada drought #National Dalit Watch #Dalit women
France bans paying for sex: Clients seeking prostitutes will be punished

Updated : Apr 08, 2016

By : AP

Category : World

France bans paying for sex: Clients seeking prostitutes will be punished

The legislation, which passed 64-12 in the parliament's lower house, the National Assembly, makes French law one of the toughest against sex buyers in Europe. #France #NewsTracker #Germany #Paris #Prostitution
Number of women being trafficked from Bangladesh into Mumbai brothels is rising, says NGO

Updated : Apr 01, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Number of women being trafficked from Bangladesh into Mumbai brothels is rising, says NGO

The number of women being trafficked from Bangladesh into Mumbai brothels is rising as part of greater migration from India's eastern neighbour, and police and social groups need to do more to rescue and repatriate them, a charity said on Thursday. #Human trafficking #Charity #Bangladesh #didyouknow #West Bengal #Mumbai #Prostitution #NGO #Kamathipura #UNODC #Prerana
Dancing to a new tune: SC's dance bar directive to cops is a step towards upholding the Right to Livelihood

Updated : Mar 17, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : India

Dancing to a new tune: SC's dance bar directive to cops is a step towards upholding the Right to Livelihood

Set against the banning of dance bars by the Maharashtra Government ten years ago, the Supreme Court in a recent landmark verdict has directed the police to issue licenses to the dance bars from 15 March, 2016. The fundamental right to livelihood enshrined under the Indian Constitution has been reaffirmed by the Apex Court and in what appears to be a morality versus livelihood debate, livelihood has won #TheLongView #Supreme Court #Law #Prostitution #Maharashtra #Sexuality #dance bars #Desire #Apex Court #Sex work #Dance bar licenses #Right to Livelihood