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Higher crime rate does not mean more crimes: Flavia Agnes

With the National Crime Records Bureau statistics indicating a rise in crimes against women, dna's Urvi Mahajani speaks with noted advocate and women's activist Flavia Agnes to shed light on the scenario. It turns out the higher crime rate yields ... DNA, 1 month ago

Restore Dignity

With reference to Flavia Agnes’ article, Why India loves Nirbhaya, hates Suzette (March 20), while it is imperative to ensure that the harshest punishment is meted out to rapists, efforts must be made to restore normalcy in the lives of the victims and ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago

Healing the scars of domestic violence

Legal expert Flavia Agnes cofounded Majlis to campaign for women's rights Mumbai: In the fight for women's rights in India, advocate and legal expert Flavia Agnes, 67, has dedicated her time and effort to tackling issue of violence against women. ...
 Gulf News1 month ago

Hilda Miranda (81) Pakshikere

from George Miranda Hilda Miranda(81) Former Principal of Govindasa College, Surathkal, d/o late L B Miranda and Agnes Florine Miranda, s/o late Abundis, George, Veeda and Harry, passed away on 16 April 2015. Her mortal remains will be brought ...
 Daijiworldcom3 days ago

#id5820.prefinit .imgmask{background-image:url("");width:px;height:px;}Is this the best movie ever made about the Indian legal system? [SPONSORED]

Produced by Vivek Gomber's Zoo Entertainment, COURT is an independent, multilingual film, written and directed by Chaitanya Tamhane. Hailed as a devastating tragicomedy, COURT examines the Indian legal system through the trial of an ageing folk ...
 Legally India3 days ago
Indian Express

Surviving the scars: With poor awareness, Manodhairya a non-starter

Sisters Daulat Khan and Reshma Qazi at their home in Bandra. (Source: Express Photo by Pradip Das) While lawyers and activists working with victims of acid attack and sexual assault agree that the Maharashtra government's Manodhairya scheme makes ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Fort Convent alumni show support to West Bengal nun

Alumni of the Fort Convent School in Colaba got together Saturday evening as a mark of solidarity towards a former teacher of their alma mater who is the nun who was raped by two persons during a robbery at a convent in West Bengal two weeks ago. The ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

Police must stop frivolous arrests, keep up with changes in law: Experts

Mumbai: The Supreme Court judgment that struck down free speech-muzzling Section 66A of the IT Act also highlights the urgency to tackle individual cops' subjective application of criminal provisions to make frivolous arrests. The verdict in a PIL ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Mid Day

Martyrs and mortals

If the dead can hear the living talk about them, I wonder what theyre thinking. You may have noticed how people often speak of the deceased as if they shared a very personal relationship. The story grants the storyteller a kind of centrality and ...
 Mid Day4 weeks ago

Three years after Nirbhaya, rape conviction rates unchanged

With controversy continuing over the ban on India's Daughter , a British documentary on the Delhi rape case of December 2012, what has not been discussed as much is the record of the justice system in prosecuting such cases. Only one in four rape ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago 3 Years After Delhi Rape, Conviction Rates Same  Sify1 month ago
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