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Cases registered under Prohibition of Child Marriage Act (PCMA) on rise
Times of India

TBI Blogs: A Greater Courage: Rescued from a Brothel, Ayesha N...

According to the National Crime Records Bureau, the number of registered human trafficking cases has increased by 38.3% over five years, from 2009 to 2013. Ayesha was in danger of becoming just one more such statistic before she was rescued; now she ... Yahoo! India, 1 day ago

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crimes against women as per the National Crime Records Bureau, including 34,651 cases of rape. The number of crimes against children was 94,172 which included crimes such as kidnapping, rape and sexual harassment
 Financial Express2 days ago When Violence Is Not the Exception  EnvironmentGuru.com1 week ago Dear men, this too is violence - Hindustan Times  XYZNews.com.ng2 weeks ago UP tops list in crimes against community  Asian Age1 month ago
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Maharashtra has the highest number of stalking complaints in India

According to the annual National Crime Records Bureau report for 2015 released this week, Maharashtra has the highest number of stalking complaints in the country with 1,399 cases. Delhi is second with 1,124 cases. Since 2013, when the offence of stalking was introduced in the Criminal Amendment Act, the number of FIRs being filed has been rising. Though the NCRB did not report data for Section 354D Indian Penal Code in 2013, it said 346 FIRs were pending investigation by cops in the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 13:46India records huge rise in 'honour killings'  Kerryman2 days ago Honour Killings Reported In India Have Increased By 796% In A Year  Huffington Post India2 days ago India records huge spike in 'honor killings' in 2015  Emirates2471 day ago
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Pranking your customer: Here's why the Shaadi.com's dowry calculator is a big win

According to the National Crime Records Bureau, the cases of reported dowry deaths in 2013 were 8083. There were 10,709 reported cases of dowry registered under the The Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961.Keep in mind, these are the reported cases. You can ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago

CHRI analysis reveals the poor state of jails

A recent report by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) revealed that the countrys 1,401 jails hold 4,19,623 prisoners against the capacity of 3,66,781. This revelation was followed by a State-by-State analysis of the Prison Reform Programme (PRP) by the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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‘Two-thirds of prisoners in India are undertrials’

The Prison Statistics India 2015 report was released by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) on Monday. Here are five things the data tells us about the state of Indian prisons. The problem of overcrowding The report calls overcrowding as one of the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Five most shocking cases of stalking that will baffle you  catchnews.com2 months ago Over 17,000 women were in prisons in India at the end of 2014, reveals NCRB data  First Post.com2 months ago
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JNU administration seek NCRB, CBIs help to find missing student

JNU administration has requested all relevant Central agencies, including National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) and CBI for help in tracing a student who has been missing since 15 October even as the campus continued to be on the edge with protests continuing ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago JNU seeks CBI, NCRB's help to trace missing student  Deccan Herald1 month ago JNU seeks CBI, NCRB's help to trace missing student  Zee News1 month ago JNU seeks CBI help to trace missing student  Asian Age1 month ago
Times of India

With only 250 convictions, India’s cybercrime conviction rate remains abysmally low

Data released recently by the National Crimes Records Bureau of India reveals that India’s rate of conviction for cybercrime remains abysmally low. The post With only 250 convictions, India’s cybercrime conviction rate remains abysmally low appeared first ...
 Tech22 weeks ago Graft conviction pace worries HC  Times of India2 weeks ago Lone conviction for cybercrime in 2015  Times of India2 weeks ago Maharashtra is high on cybercrime, low on convictions: Only 1 held guilty in 2015  Times of India2 weeks ago

Law Ministry for 'procedural reforms' to improve criminal justice

Data from the National Crime Records Bureau shows that there were 2.8 million serious criminal cases pending in 2014
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Over 1540 online child abuse cases registered in 2 yrs

Over 1,540 cases of online child sexual abuse were registered in two years to 2015 as per data from National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), Parliament was informed today. "National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) has started collecting data on ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Capital tops list of child trafficking cases  DNA2 weeks ago Child trafficking racket: All grown up now, adopted children have new questions about their birth  Indian Express3 days ago Convictions rise in sexual offence cases on children  Economic Times1 week ago
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