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Rise in sexual harassment cases at workplace: Government

Rise in sexual harassment cases at workplace: Government

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The number of compalints registered with the National Commission for Women (NCW) concerning sexual harassment of women at workplaces has been showing an increasing trend lately, the government on Friday said.

sexual harassment,   sexual harassment at workplace,   Government,   crime against women,   harassment,  
<strong>Crime</strong> <strong>against</strong> <strong>women</strong>, girl children a concern in Goa: Governor

Crime against women, girl children a concern in Goa: Governor

18 Dec 2014

Panaji: Goa Governor Mridula Sinha on Thursday raised concern over an "unfortunate trend of increasing crimes against women and girl children" in the state, which she said is also affecting image of the country besides threatening the "social and cultural fabric" of society.

Goa,   Crime against women,   Goa Governor,   Mridula Sinha,   Goa Liberation Day,  
Need for social awareness to stop <strong>crime</strong> <strong>against</strong> <strong>women</strong>: Najeeb Jung

Need for social awareness to stop crime against women: Najeeb Jung

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: On the second anniversary of December 16 gang-rape incident, Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Tuesday said several steps have been taken to ensure women security in the national capital but there is still a need for social awareness in the society to bring an end to such cases.

Delhi,   Lieutenant Governor,   Najeeb Jung,   Women Security,   Social Awareness,  
Accept Dharmadhikari Panel recommendations : HC tells Maharashtra Government

Accept Dharmadhikari Panel recommendations : HC tells Maharashtra Government

18 Dec 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Thursday observed that no useful purpose would be served in setting up committees and panels to suggest ways and means to curb crimes against women unless their recommendations are accepted.

Maharashtra,   Maharashtra Government,   Dharmadhikari Panel,   Bombay High Court,   Crime Against women,  
118 <strong>women</strong> to drive cabs on Delhi roads soon

118 women to drive cabs on Delhi roads soon

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: In the wake of the shameful incident of rape by a cab driver in national capital, the District Police came up with an initiative to train women and help them become trained cab drivers.

118 women,   drive cabs,   cab service provider,   Delhi police,   crime against women,   women security,  
Parliamentary panel pulls up government for not utilising Nirbhaya Fund

Parliamentary panel pulls up government for not utilising Nirbhaya Fund

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Criticising the government for not utilising the Nirbhaya Fund, a parliamentary panel on Tuesday asked it to restructure the women's safety scheme, saying the title was a "misnomer" as it does not include the girl child.

Parliamentary panel,   government,   utilising Nirbhaya Fund,   crime against women,   women safety,  
Women's security issues raised in Lok Sabha on Nirbhaya rape anniversary

Women's security issues raised in Lok Sabha on Nirbhaya rape anniversary

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: On the second anniversary of the Delhi gangrape, three women members in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday raised the issue of women's security and demanded fast tracking of such cases.

Women's security issues,   Lok Sabha,   Nirbhaya rape anniversary,   crime against women,   women security,   Kirron Kher,  
Act <strong>against</strong> those not implementing disability quota: Parliamentary panel

Act against those not implementing disability quota: Parliamentary panel

21 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A parliamentary committee has recommended appropriate action against "erring authorities" who are not implementing the provisions of the Persons with Disabilities Act, which mandates three percent reservation for the differently abled.

Disability Quota,   Parliamentary Standing Committee,   Department of Disability Affairs,   University Grants Commission,   Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment ,  
Joe Burns replaces injured Mitch Marsh for Boxing Day Test

Joe Burns replaces injured Mitch Marsh for Boxing Day Test

21 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Batsman Joe Burns was on Sunday handed an unexpected Test debut as he replaced all-rounder Mitchell Marsh in a 13-member Australian cricket squad for the third Test against India starting December 26.

Joe Burns,   Test series in Australia,   Mitchell Marsh,   Australian cricket squad,   third Test against India,  
Attack on Vadra politically motivated: Congress

Attack on Vadra politically motivated: Congress

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Congress on Saturday questioned the timing and manner in which information about pages missing from government records pertaining to DLF-Robert Vadra deal were allowed to circulate in the media and described the entire episode as "politically motivated".

Congress,   Haryana government,   DLF Vadra deal,   Robert Vadra,   BJP,  

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