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Despite a favourable law, why do single women and men struggle to adopt a child in India
Although the law no longer discriminates against them, the agencies involved sometimes do.
India beginning to work with US to resolve child abduction cases: Official
India is not a signatory to the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil...
Congress trying to reintroduce politics of appeasement and caste: Amit Shah
We are contesting assembly polls on the agenda of good governance...
Violence in Bengal takes toll on minors
West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Rights Chairperson Ananya Chatterjee Chakraborti told ET that the commission has sought reports in each case from the police and administration.
MF Portfolio Doctor: How Neema can achieve his lofty money goals
The Portfolio Doctor assesses health of fund portfolio, examines the schemes and their suitability with regard to the goals and recommends corrective measures.
Norway handling child custody case as per its law: India told
Norway told India that it is handling the case involving the custody of a child of a Indo-Norwegian family in accordance with the Norwegian Child Welfare Act which includes directions from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
One nation one code: Why we need a fair law on marital property
There are also common general laws that apply to all religious communities under which maintenance can be claimed. Under S.125 CrPC, all Indian women and children can claim maintenance.
Child's death highlights slavery, the Indian textile industry's 'dirty secret'
Thursday's order highlights the plight of millions of people working as virtual slaves to repay debts throughout India, including Tamil Nadu where the textile industry is concentrated, campaigners said.
NHRC takes cognisance of Hyderabad encounter, orders probe
"The commission is of the opinion that this matter is required to be probed very carefully. Accordingly, it has asked its Director General (Investigation) to immediately send a team for a fact-finding, on-the-spot investigation into the matter," the NHRC said.
Amnesty International India seeks review of existing legislative regime governing nationality determination
Amnesty argued that the Foreigners Tribunals places the burden of proving one’s Indian citizenship on the person suspected of doubtful nationality. It does not have an appellate body. None of its procedures lay down any guidance on how a reference can be made against a person to the Tribunal.
Not barracks, accused Brajesh Thakur held in jail hospital
The police arrested Thakur on June 2 but failed to get his custody from a POCSO court, which sent him to judicial custody the same day.
Ex-BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar gets life imprisonment in Unnao rape case
Sengar will remain in jail for "remainder of his natural biological life" for raping a woman in Unnao in 2017, a Delhi court said on Friday while sentencing him for life. The court also imposed an exemplary fine of Rs 25 lakh on him.
After Bihar case, government asks shelter homes to have only female staff
National Commission for Protection of Child Rights to conduct survey of the 9,000-odd institutions & NGOs running them within a month
Activists want a scientific survey on child labour in Karnataka
Labour commissioner S Palaiah said the department has taken note of the opinions and will incorporate the suggestions in the new survey, which will begin soon.
US pushes India to sign Hague Convention on child abduction
The Indian government has been working towards signing the Hague Convention for over a decade now, but because the process requires the amendment of existing Indian laws it has hit road blocks.