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16-Year-Olds to be Tried as Adults in Extreme Crimes, Says Lok Sabha
NDTV

16-Year-Olds to be Tried as Adults in Extreme Crimes, Says Lok...

All India | Reported by Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Updated: May 07, 2015 18:07 IST Representational image New Delhi: A bill that will allow children who are 16 and above to be tried as adults in serious crimes like rape and murder is a step ... NDTV, 2 weeks ago
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Millennium Post

Beware Juveniles No more heinous crimes!

D S Shubham The Union Cabinet's recent clearance to the amendments to the Juvenile Justice Act 2000 for presenting the draft Bill in the Parliament to be passed to let the delinquent juvenile between 16 and 18 years to be tried as an adult ...
 Daily Excelsior.com4 weeks ago Juvenile injustice  Indian Express2 weeks ago Changes in juvenile law  The Hindu1 month ago Juvenile Justice in America: We Can Do Better  Huffington Post1 month ago
Times of India

SC: Get tough on juveniles in heinous crimes

NEW DELHI: Mounting pressure on the Centre for a relook at the law providing mild punishment to juveniles even when they are involved in heinous offences, the Supreme Court on Monday requested Parliament for a "rethink" to differentiate between ...
 Times of India1 month ago Apex court wants relook into Juvenile Justice Act provisions  Deccan Herald1 month ago Relook law on juveniles, SC tells govt.  The Hindu1 month ago Supreme Court urges govt to make juvenile law more deterrent  Indian Express1 month ago

How China's migrant policy spawns juvenile crime

Listen Zhang Ming BEIJING When Macau authorities recently uncovered a prostitution ring, the most shocking aspect of the case was that its alleged mastermind was a 16-year-old boy. Needless to say, the teenager in Macau, one of two special ...
 Gulf Time UAE1 week ago
MSN News US

Need to re-look laws on juveniles involved in major crimes: SC

The Supreme Court today said there was a need to re-examine various laws dealing with juveniles involved in heinous crimes like murder and rape and asked the government to see whether necessary changes could be done to have a deterrent effect. The apex court ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago New laws needed to try juveniles in heinous crimes  Oman Tribune1 month ago Need to re-examine laws dealing with juveniles involved in murder and rape, says SC  Firstpost.com1 month ago SC: Must re-examine laws dealing with juveniles involved in major crimes  MSN News US1 month ago
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#dnaEdit: Gross injustice

The Cabinet nod to trials of juveniles, accused of heinous crimes, under the IPC, is a sign of the government turning its back on children shunned by society Since the ministry of women and child development introduced the Juvenile Justice (Care ...
 DNA India1 month ago
MSN News US

16 reasons why crime has plummeted in the U.S.

Mat Hayward/ Police tape marks the crime scene after a shooting at Seattle Pacific University on June 5, 2014 in Seattle, Washington. Around 24 years ago, crime rates in the US started to mysteriously decline. Since then, crime has fallen by ...
 MSN News US2 days ago 16 theories for why crime plummeted in the US  MSN Philippines4 days ago
CBC

Elected officials use paranoid, racist accusations to name 'good' and 'bad' Muslims

Getting pegged as an "Islamic extremist" in post-9/11 Canada is akin to being condemned as a child molester or serial killer. No matter what new information surfaces, one is essentially "type-cast" for the rest of one's life. The Canadian ...
 CBC3 days ago

Amy Schumer's coarse, playful comedy explores how women are complicit in their oppression

The defendant is accused of committing a heinous crime. You gentlemen of the jury are facing a grave responsibility... So, gentlemen, raise your hands, please, if you think that Amy Schumer is not hot enough to be on television. So begins one ...
 New Statesman1 week ago

Judging the juveniles

Comment · print · T T T+· T- T he Hindu spoke exclusively to Professor Vikram Patel , who has recently been named in the TIME 2015 list of the 100 most influential people of the year. He is a psychiatrist at the London School of Hygiene ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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