User: tulir Topic: Child Sexual Abuse
Category: Child Sexual Abuse -- Abuse
Last updated: Jun 16 2017 09:47 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Principal sent to jail for molesting minor student 16.6.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Principal sent to jail for molesting minor student
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Online platform to deal with child abuse content 13.6.2017 DNA: Wide Angle
The Women and Child Development Ministry is working on an online platform to serve as a single-window clearance for complaints against child sexual abuse content online. The ministry is part of an inter-ministerial committee, along with the Ministry of Information Technology and the Home Ministry, looking into child sex abuse content online. The committee is likely to issue a set of standard operating procedures soon for internet providers while dealing with abuse content online. As part of the committee, the IT ministry had last month issued an order under which internet service providers will need to adopt and implement the Internet Watch Foundation resources by July 31. The resources, updated regularly, issues a list of sites with such content. The order is an interim arrangement till the committee puts in place a centralised mechanism. "The platform will be initiated by the WCD ministry, and we hope to have it running in five to six months. It will have a mechanism to deal with complaints about such ...
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Abhijeet <i>ko gussa kyon aata hain</i>? 7.6.2017 Rediff: News
'Some reckon his bitterness results from wanting to stay relevant despite a waning career.'
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School rape: Police speaks to minor's classmates 7.6.2017 DNA: Top News
The MIDC police have met the school friends of four years old girl from Andheri based International school who was allegedly raped by the trustee and class teacher around four months back. The police have now roped in experts to help them investigate the case. According to police, mother of four years old girl approached to file a case of sexual abuse against the trustee Pattrick Brillant and the class teacher after mother noticed unusual behaviour in her daughter. The girl later identified Brillant through the school website and approached the school authorities to confront but was sent back. "We met school children who study in the same class and tried to speak with them frankly. They will take time to open up and speak if they have been sexually exploited. The school authorities are ready to co-operate for the investigations", said a MIDC police officer. "Moreover, we will be also scanning the CCTV camera footage of the school to ascertain the allegations. Collecting the evidence in this case is a ...
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End rape culture, end victim-blaming! 5.6.2017 Kangla Online
End rape culture, end victim-blaming!
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Centre plans to tighten laws following surge in 'revenge porn videos' 2.6.2017 TOI: India
The government is considering changes in the law to ensure stringent action against cyber crimes targeting women such as 'revenge porn videos' in the light of an increasing number of such incidents on social media.
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Internet's hidden warriors: Thousands of young Indians are working to remove sexually and racially abusive content 30.5.2017 ET: Infotech
From metropolises such as Delhi, Bengaluru to smaller cities such as Jaipur, thousands sit in front of computers looking at graphic content and help in removing it.
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One-year-old Sonowal Govt asked to take concrete steps for women’s security 27.5.2017 The Assam Tribune
One-year-old Sonowal Govt asked to take concrete steps for women’s security
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Child sexual abuse rampant in Patna 22.5.2017 TOI: Patna
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State Catholic bishops adopt tough stance against immoral activities 19.5.2017 The Assam Tribune
State Catholic bishops adopt tough stance against immoral activities
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'Activist' abuses minor girl in Thrissur toy shop 17.5.2017 TOI: Cities
A man in the police's rowdy list allegedly abused a seven-year-old girl sexually inside his shop selling toys even as her mother and a relative waited outside.
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LIVE! Next 'expose' will be shocker for AAP voters, says Kapil Mishra 13.5.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Block websites with child sex abuse content: Govt to ISPs 13.5.2017 TOI: India
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Immediate Interim Measures announced by the Government to curb the menace of online Child Sexual Abuse Material 12.5.2017 Govt of india: PIB
The Ministry of Women and Child Development has been making several efforts to deal with the problem of online Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM).
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Government asks ISPs to prevent distribution of child pornography 9.5.2017 ET: Infotech
The Internet Watch Foundation maintains such a list of dynamically updated websites/URLs containing online Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM).
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WATCH video: Highlights of Priyanka Chopra's visit to South Africa as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador! 9.5.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Priyanka Chopra visited several places in South Africa and Zimbabwe as UNICEF Goodwill ambassador and addressed the issue of crimes against children. She especially focussed on the the problem of sexual violence against children. We came across this video that captures the highlights of PC's visit. In the video, Priyanka can be seen introducing herself everywhere she goes. She visited small families in the rural areas, interacted with children. She even visited some non profit organisations to understand how they help children who are victims of sexual abuse. "I went to Zimbabwe as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, and one out of three children under the age of 18 have been sexually abused. In South Africa it is one in every 5," Chopra said during a press conference. Priyanka even took packs of 'Bindi' and gave it to them, saying "These are called Bindis, So women in my country, in India wear it, when they get dressed." She stuck those Bindis on the foreheads of the children and the teens, interacted ...
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SC terms female genital mutilation 'very serious', issues notice to Centre 9.5.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
The Supreme Court on Monday issued notice to the Centre in a matter pertaining to the ritual of female genital mutilation observing that the issue was "very serious". The petition, filed by advocate Sunita Tiwari, sought a complete ban of 'khatna' — the ritual of female circumcision and making it a criminal offence. Tiwari, a champion for human rights filed the petition in the wake of a number of reported incidents pertaining to the practice of Female Genital Mutilation (in short FGM) commonly known as 'Khatna' or 'Khafd', being performed upon girls (between five years and before she attains puberty) from the Dawoodi Bohra community among the Shia Muslims. Tiwari contended that the practice resulted in serious violations of basic fundamental rights of the victims who in these cases are minors. She further contended that India was violating several international commitments against the abuse of girls as well as women of this community, and also against the serious violation of the female body thereby ...
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ERROR: Missing Story Title 7.5.2017 Kangla Online
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Set up care centre for kids who face sexual abuse: SC 7.5.2017 TOI: India
Taking a serious view of increasing incidence of cases of sexual abuse of children, the Supreme Court has directed setting up of child care institutions to look after children, particularly those who are victims of sexual offences, and also those who are in conflict with law.
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E-platform for govt staff soon to report sexual harassment 6.5.2017 TOI: India
In a move aimed at strengthening the framework against sexual harassment at workplace, the ministry of women and child development is set to launch an e-platform this month to enable women employees of the central government to file their complaints in such cases online.
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