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Alcoholism In Teenager

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Family functioning is impaired by addiction. This adjusts how families communicate and the positions that everyone performs. Addiction becomes the focus of the family[1]. To be fully grasp...

Widening The Scope Of The POCSO Act, 2012 And Interpretation Of The Statute V...

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The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012 is a special law that came into force w.e.f. 14th November, 2012. It is a comprehensive law to provide for the protection of ch...

Child Rights in India: An appraisal

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Child rights have a long history. From time to time different religions, cultures and legislative systems of different countries try to protect their rights. At international level as well as nat...

Approach of Romeo and Juliet Laws in India

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The Madras High Court in the case of Sabari @ Sabarinathan @ Sabarivasan v. The Inspector of Police & Ors.,[1] said that consensual relationships between teenagers aged between 16...

Child Rights: An Overview

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There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children. - Nelson Mandela Everybody wants to bandwagon on human rights, very few are aware that child...

Child's Right

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Child are the most delicate which has to be taken care of. A child has to be mould in a good atmosphere with all the equality , protection , love and care like all other child gets. As they are t...

Juvenile Delinquency And Crime Prevention

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Juvenile delinquency is the term used to describe the criminal acts of the criminal offenders who are not major under 18. Delinquency rate in India is much higher among boys than among girls and...

Legal research on Child Abuse

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Child abuse is harm to, or neglect of, a child by another person, whether adult or child. Child abuse happens in all cultural, ethnic, and income groups. Child abuse can be physical, emotional - ...

Whether Minors Committing Heinous Crimes Should Be Treated As Juvenile?

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The age of maturity recognised by law is 18 years of age[1]. However, the new generation is getting mature at a very early age due to the changes in society which brings us to a very valuable que...

HIV And Aids Legal Provisions With Special Reference To Child Protection Meas...

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Millions of children are today either infected or affected with HIV/AIDS. Children are becoming orphans and are deprived of parental care and protection due to untimely deaths of their parents. W...