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Jan Lokpal Bill version 2.1 PDF Print E-mail
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Jan Lokpal Bill version 2.1

 An act to create effective anti-corruption and grievance redressal systems at centre so that effective deterrent is created against corruption and to provide effective protection to whistleblowers.

 1. Short title and commencement:- (1) This Act may be called the Jan Lokpal Act, 2010.

(2) It shall come into force on the one hundred and twentieth day of its enactment.

 2. Definitions:- In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,-

(1)    “Action” means any action taken by a public servant in the discharge of his functions as such public servant and includes decision, recommendation or finding or in any other manner and includes willful failure or omission to act and all other expressions relating to such action shall be construed accordingly;

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The heartbreak kids PDF Print E-mail
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Children from broken homes can grow up with trust issues, which affect their ability to commit, says Seema Sinha

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    WHEN a couple breaks up, the repercussions can be felt years later, in their children’s lives. Commitment-phobia can be a common problem, as cricketer Yuvraj Singh, who comes from a broken home, candidly confessed recently. Often termed a casanova, but otherwise well-grounded, actor Shahid Kapoor also seems to be running away from the C-word. For 30-plus Kareena Kapoor too, a career seems to offer more stability than the marriage option.

    They’re not alone. In her early 40s, actor Tabu is not showing any signs of commitment. Scottish actor Gerard Butler, linked to Jennifer Anniston sometime ago, is afraid of settling down. Reportedly, Gerard’s issues with women stem from an absentee father. Mahesh Bhatt’s son Rahul shudders at the thought of his children going through the anguish he did when his father walked out on his mother.

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Fathers lose bid for equal custody rights after review of family law PDF Print E-mail
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Fathers’ hopes of securing equal rights over their children will be dashed tomorrow when a review of family law is published.

Plans to give parents equal rights to share custody of their children in the event of a split have been rejected by the Family Justice Review, led by former civil servant and businessman David Norgrove.

In a further blow to fathers’ rights campaigners, the Norgrove Report will also reject calls to enshrine in law the principle that children should have a ‘meaningful relationship’ with both their mother and father.

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PUBLISHED IN THE EXTRAORDINARY GAZETTE OF INDIA PDF Print E-mail
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Written by MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT   

( PUBLISHED IN THE EXTRAORDINARY GAZETTE OF INDIA, PART-I, SECTION-I)
NO. F. 6-15/98-CW
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
New Delhi, the 9th February, 2004
Subject:- National Charter for Children, 2003

RESOLUTION
The Government of India have had for consideration the question of adopting a National Charter for Children to reiterate its commitment to the cause of the children in order to see that no child remains hungry, illiterate or sick. After the consideration, it has been decided to adopt the National Charter for Children enunciated below:-
National Charter for Children, 2003
Whereas the Constitution of India enshrines both in Part III and IV the cause and the best interest of children, insofar that:
The State can make special provisions for children, (Art 15 (3))
The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of six to fourteen years, (Art 21.A)
No child below the age of 14 years shall be employed to work in a factory, mine or any other hazardous employment, (Art. 24)
The tender age of children is not abused and that citizens are not forced by economic necessity to enter avocations unsuited to their age or strength (Art. 39 e), and that
Children are given opportunities and facilities to develop in a healthy manner and in conditions of freedom and dignity and that youth are protected against exploitation and against moral and material abandonment (Art. 39 f),
The State shall endeavour to provide early childhood care and education for all children until they complete the age of six years, (Art. 45)

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Domestic Violence Seminar on 14th July by Crisp - India PDF Print E-mail
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