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All India Media Conference 2019 will also organise walkathon in Udaipur for awareness on child rights

-Press release by All India Media Conference 2019   New Delhi, September 9, 2019: The fourth edition of All India Media Conference 2019 has come up with a new initiative to promote violence free childhood by organizing Walkathon at Udaipur, celebrating 30 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and 70 years of UNICEF India. A walkathon will be organised to highlight Violence-Free Childhood along the banks of...

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Kidnap and child rape top crime graph against children in India

-PTI The maximum cases were reported from West Bengal (15.1 per cent) during 2016. A total of 55,944 children were traced at the end of the year 2016 in the country. Crime against Children in India has increased by a sharp 11 per cent between 2015 and 2016 , according to the latest data released by the National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB). Going by absolute numbers, it’s an increase of 12,786 reported...

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Crime against Children sees 11% increase in a year: Kidnapping and rape at the top, finds one NGO

-Press release by CRY (Child Rights and You) New Delhi: Crime against Children in India has increased by a sharp 11% between 2015 and 2016, as freshly released NCRB data suggests. Going by absolute numbers, it’s an increase of 12,786 reported crimes against children across the country. The total number of crimes against children reported in 2016 is 106958, while 94172 crimes were recorded in 2015. This however does not come...

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NCRB data: 25 per cent of children raped were targeted at work by their employers and co-workers -Deeptiman Tiwary

-The Indian Express According to data compiled by NCRB for 2015, 8,800 cases of rape on children were registered across the country under the Protection of Children Against Sexual Offences Act (POCSO). New Delhi: INDICATING the extent of exploitation involved in child labour, latest government statistics show that over 25 per cent of rapes on children last year were committed by their employers and co-workers. According to data compiled by the National...

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Changes in juvenile law crime against kids, say experts; Rajya Sabha debate today -Abantika Ghosh

-The Indian Express When the UPA government passed the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012, that laid down in clear terms that the age of consent for sex is 18 years, even then activists had warned against such misuse. THE Supreme Court refused to extend the detention of the juvenile convicted in the 2012 Delhi gangrape saying it has to go by the law as it stands today. Lawmakers...

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