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Amending Juvenile Justice Act to try 16-year-old's as adults won't fix anything and here's why

Apr 24, 2015

Amending Juvenile Justice Act to try 16-year-old's as adults won't fix anything and here's why

The new proposed change will do nothing to fix this essential problem with the juvenile justice system where a remand home is a far cry from rehabilitation, at best a warehouse for youth and more often than not, a hell-hole. #Juvenile Justice Act #Delhi gangrape #Delhi gangrape juvenile #changes in Juvenile Justice act
Expert speak: Is it right to try juveniles as adults? Debate continues as cabinet amends law

Apr 23, 2015

Expert speak: Is it right to try juveniles as adults? Debate continues as cabinet amends law

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday went ahead and cleared the proposal to try juveniles between the age group of 16-18 under laws for adults, for heinous crimes. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #Cabinet #Debate #Proposal #gangrape #juvenile #punishable age #experts speak
India's Daughter documentary: Delhi HC seeks Leslee Udwin's reply on convicts plea

Apr 17, 2015

India's Daughter documentary: Delhi HC seeks Leslee Udwin's reply on convicts plea

The Delhi High Court on Friday sought reply from Leslee Udwin, the director of the controversial documentary on 16 December, 2012 gangrape, on a plea of convict Mukesh Singh seeking a CBI inquiry and Udwin's prosecution. #NewsTracker #Delhi gangrape #convict #Leslee Udwin #India's Daughter
Delhi HC refuses to lift ban on telecasting BBC documentary 'India's Daughter'

Apr 15, 2015

Delhi HC refuses to lift ban on telecasting BBC documentary 'India's Daughter'

The Delhi High Court declined an interim prayer of a law student seeking a lift of the ban on telecasting the BBC documentary 'India's Daughter'. #India #NewsTracker #Delhi High Court #Delhi HC #16 December gang-rape #Leslee Udwin #India's Daughter #BBC documentary
Modi holds off public opinion on juvenile crimes, stalls amendments to JJ Act

Apr 08, 2015

Modi holds off public opinion on juvenile crimes, stalls amendments to JJ Act

A proposal to try juveniles in the 16-18 age group accused of heinous crimes under the IPC was "dropped" from the agenda of the Union cabinet on Tuesday amid opposition by rights activists and a Supreme Court observation that there was a need to re-examine laws on the issue. #Narendra Modi #Supreme Court #ConnectTheDots #Union Cabinet #Juvenile Justice Act #December 16 gangrape case #16 December Delhi gangrape #JJ Act

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When time is stretchable What CBI's latest failure in Badaun gangrape shows

Jul 21, 2014

When time is stretchable What CBI's latest failure in Badaun gangrape shows

If anything could tell us about how we as a country have utter disregard for time, then it is from the inundation of the graves of the two Badaun girls. #NewsTracker #CBI #InMyOpinion #Ganga #OnlyInIndia #Rape #Badaun #CBI investigation #Badaun gang rape case #Badaun gang-rape victims #Badaun rape victims
Mumbai gangrape The numbers reveal how states failed to tackle rape

Aug 27, 2013

Mumbai gangrape The numbers reveal how states failed to tackle rape

One route of reducing crime, including rape, is to examine the robustness of administrative and legal deterrents. Here's what the numbers reveal #India #InMyOpinion #Mumbai #Rape #Crimes against women #State governments #Mumbai Gangrape
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