Transform a bare wall with this fast and easy wall decoration very cheaply.

All you need some poster paper, black ink {if you don’t have black poster paper},gum and round mirror.

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Child-Abuse-1-500I don’t know what the question implies when it asks about the law and order and lack of restraint issue . I think there is more to this issue than just growing lawlessness .India is country where its own capital is not safe for his citizen.A five-year-old girl was abducted from outside her house and raped repeatedly by her neighbour. A 200 ml bottle and pieces of candle were inserted into the private parts of the five-year-old rape victim. In yet another shocking case of police brutality the mother of a six-year-old alleged rape and murder victim was thrashed and dragged by a cop in Aligarh. The police also baton charged outraged locals, who came out on streets and pelted stones at police and blocked traffic for hours after the body was found from a garbage dump.
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The true deterrent to rape crimes (as in most other crimes) is not the quantum of resulting punishments, but the surety of punishment. Punishments can be both social and legal. In India, due to prevailing circumstances, the possibility of either kind of punishment is often fairly low, prompting some people to feel they can get away with this. This hypothesis is partly supported by the fact that rape is the fastest growth rate among crime types in India, while having the lowest conviction rates.

In fact in real terms , most of the times the husband’s forceful intercourse or intercourse when partner is not ready has never been accounted in the reported cases . Which also qualifies in the legal term as rape. Also the growing stress level , lack of sexual knowledge , social taboo on speaking on the subject in the family . Growing objectification of Women via media and advertisements . Sexuality fashion and accessories which may be fashionable , there is no denying but they are meant to be that way . As much as the guys would enjoy watching the AXE advertisements and cheerleaders in IPL advertisements . They would enjoy similarly masturbating in the washroom imagining raping/having intercourse the same models.

Adolescents left on their own to discover sex and sexual feeling often find information in porn which is either first hand or second hand via friends or so on and tend to believe that the BANG BANG in the videos or the porn sites are the way that the other world tends to open .

There are some cases where the intercourse happen with the consent of the victim on the lure of some benefit or situation such as — getting married to the guy or consensual sex . Having a mutual accepted condition to have intercourse is also accounted as rape .

imagesAlso there is an interesting fact , in fact the paid sex or prostitution is also counted as rape and there are some angles to it . You will find that the health ministry has opposed the decriminalization of the clients– not directly implying but attesting the need for sexual intercourse to exist.

May be we need to look around and ask more questions to ourselves . It has to go deeper than merely discipline people . Some of these perpetrators/future perpetrators may seem normal and we might mix with them daily . But what is it that causes their fall ?

Juvenile Rapist

It’s toatally unappropiate to consider him juvenile, let’s assume he has a proper birth certificate which says he was 17 years and 364 days old when the committed heinous crime where the crime is so gruesome that none of the newspapers reported what exactly happened to the victim. Had he done the same thing one day later, he would have been given life imprisonment if not capital punishment. How is that okay if a two Days time change the fate of a “juvenile” offender? Does that mean a guy can do anything at his 17 th year and escape with minimum imprisonment? If the crime is heinous or as the judicial system may put “the rarest of rare cases” there should be a
Provision in the law where the judge can take a call to decide whether he should be put to trial in juvenile court or otherwise.

Changing the juvenile age must not be looked at from the prism of crime alone, but from several other perspectives as well. However, each and every one of these concerns can be addressed without lowering the age bar for juveniles.

a. These issues can be handled by considering issues on a case-by-case basis and allowing a degree of flexibility in the way a juvenile can be tried, depending upon the severity of the crime. This would hold apply to repeat offenders as well, with each new crime being punished with an increasing degree of severity.

b. FIRs must be registered on par with the offences for crimes committed by adults. Once the juvenile crosses into adulthood, those records should not be purged but placed in classified storage with restricted access, so that the offender has a chance to redeem himself in society. The files can be fetched in case of repeat offences/offences in adulthood.

c. Juvenile reform homes should be under stricter supervision and should be checked on weekly by cops from the nearest police station, accompanied by a counselor. Fortnightly/monthly visits by human rights commission officers and higher police officials should be the mandate.
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Tthe intention behind the crime, the degree of the perpetrated atrocity and the severity of the crime should be the parameters to judge a case when a juvenile is involved.Children between the ages of 14-18 years are used in organised crimes in India. They are pushed into drug trafficking, racketeering and even flesh trade. In the Delhi gang-rape case he was used to lure the victim into the bus. His involvement in the heinous crime is an alarming indicator.


Lowering the age bar would not help in any way, since we would be trying to solve a relatively minor problem by creating a number of larger problems that would affect the whole country in a blanket fashion. Misuse of the new laws might even overshadow misuse of the present juvenile law.

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Society: You’re  overreacting.

Girl: I cut myself

Society: It’s for attention.

Girl kills herself.

Society: we didn’t see the signs.

 

Girls usually hide their feelings and emotions because they think they are over reacting. Sometime we girls feel weird and uncomfortable about certain but because of this “overreacting” thing we are not able to express our-self. Well in my case I have one friend, who keep on sending me mixed signal messages, sometime he talk politely and decently, like a good friend but some time he is sending vulgar/non veg text messages.

some time I feel – It’s a disrespect thing you need to slam them immediately. They are trying to push your boundaries. They are saying things to you they would never have the courage to say to your face. Don’t put up with it..you are lowering yourself in their eyes!

and sometimes – I feel like I m from Jupiter and over reacting about it, or may be he is not bad and just wants to irritate me. Coz friends do that…ryt???

well I m not over reacting or over thinking, I’m just telling you how i feel, I m really frustrated now and don’t know what to do….

am i over reacting?

Well being a part of society which is fully man dominated, girls can wear the boys clothes but its unethical if boys doing the same. I know there is branch set by the society for dressing girls and boys. As far as i know it was designed to easily find the girl and boy, back in 1992, when John Gray published Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus, he tapped into the public’s tremendous appetite for information about sex differences. Mars vs. Venus is about the gulf between men and women — a chasm so immense, Gray insists, that men and women may as well be from different planets.

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But some people trap between these two planet, they want to be girl, they want to dress like girl but they are not gay. Today, I met with unknown guy Faraz from Pakistan, he send me message on fb-” since girls wearing boys clothes all the time, is boys can also do the same thing??” what you called the boy who loves to wear girls clothes??? I have no idea if he gets any kind of sexual pleasure out of wearing girl’s clothes but it makes him happy..this is not story one Pakistani boy but many of boys around the world suffering from the same. There parents don’t understand them, society called them eunuch, no one wants them to be their friend..

  • they are not gay but they  just adore wearing girls clothes.
  • nails polish, mehendi,  jewelry, accessories attract them
  • they like to wear all the girl clothes like bra,penty, saree,blouse, peticot, nighty,bikini, and all the thing of women
    but when no one  was  at my home,they afraid of being caught.

boy wearing gilrs clothesmy point is if a girl can wear boys dress why can’t a boy wear girls dress?I know this appears to be another example of the foolishness of Postmodernism where the denial of reality is being a good member of society. However, there are enormous functional, psychological, and physiological differences between men and women and denying these realities will not make them disappear.Children should be educated, and reprogrammed when brainwashed.

According to Deuteronomy 22:5Holman Christian Standard Bible (©2009)
A woman is not to wear male clothing, and a man is not to put on a woman’s garment, for everyone who does these things is detestable to the LORD your God.”

But at least try to understand their sentiments, feelings and emotion. Fashion is doing a lot like different shades of jeans, floral shirts and many more but if you find any boy with this problem, try to help him. Its very easy to laugh on anyone then to understand them.

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Introduction 
A ‘bond’ is probably the most talked about and hated word among employees today. Not a day goes by without hearing a complaint from an employee about an ‘unfair’ bond in his / her contract.
So what exactly is a bond?
A bond is simply a clause in the employment contract. It is a clause that compels the employee to serve the employer for a specific period of time. It is this element of compulsion that creates most of the problems. People enter into employment contracts because they need the job and are willing to overlook the lock-in period, and then when they find a better opportunity, they realize that they are stuck and try to extricate themselves. And that road invariably ends at a lawyer’s door.
So the big question – is a ‘bond’ legal?
The answer to that question is a clear yes. A bond is legal and a company is entitled to include the clause in the contracts it signs with employees. However, having said that, there are some limitations on the bond which can be incorporated into the contract.
Very long bond periods
A bond has to be for a reasonable period of time. A very long bond period is definitely going to be struck down by a Court of law, and the company will be the loser. The only way to justify such a bond period is to show that there is a huge investment in the employee, which can be recovered by the company only if the employee serves those many years with the company (for example, an eight year bond period will need a very convincing set of reasons to win the approval of the Court).
Reasonable bond periods
Normally, a bond period of 1-2 years should be tolerated by a Court provided there is some investment by the Company in the employee. The usual practice in SaaS companies we interact with at vakilsearch.com is to bring in employees first without the necessary skills and then train the employee and equip him / her with those skills. In such cases, which are most common, a bond period of 1-2 years is acceptable. Please note that if the employee decides to challenge the bond in Court, you will have to show the actual expenses you incurred, so keep a clear record of the expenses (with written proof).
What about manufacturing companies which have a very short training period, or where the employee is a very junior position, where there is minimal training imparted?
Here, justifying a bond period is very difficult. In any event, for a junior employee, enforcing a bond is more costly than finding a new employee, so just don’t include any bond period in the contract at all.
In the next part…
We shall continue our discussion of a ‘bond’ in the next part. Specifically, we shall look at some decided cases on this issue, and how start-ups can make use of this in their contracts. To conclude this part, remember that merely getting the signature of the employee on a contract with a high bond period is not going to help you much, because the Courts will never enforce it. A bond period which is fair to both you and the employee should be the one you include in the employment contract.

If an instrument which is required to be executed on a Stamp Paper and remains un-stamped,it will not be acceptable in evidence.However, it can be legalised by paying the penalty as well as the apprpriate stamp duty.
Employment Bond in India is generally treated as a one sided contract and hence not enforecable through court of law unless it was executed to recover any reasonable actual losses suffered by the employer.Such contract subject to certain exceptions is treated as void under section 27 of the Contract Act.It is also violative of Article 19 of our Constitution,which guarantees freedom of practising any profession or to do any trade,business or profession to every citizen of India.
In view of the above,Bond executed on a non-stamp paper has no legal validity and further, even if it was valid,your employer could not recover anything more than the actual reasonable loss suffered by them.Therefore, they have no right to claim any compensation from you for pre-mature termination of contract.If they creat any problem in releaseing you or settling your dues, please serve a legal notice upon them.However, please take all actions in the matter in consultation with a service lawyer to protect your interest.

for more check this:

http://www.lawteacher.net/employment-law/essays/employment-bond-enforceable-or-unenforceable.php

The story of Nirbhaya shook the collective conscience of the nation. But a similar gory incident — of an 11-year-old from Sikar in Rajasthan, who is battling for life at a hospital in Jaipur after a brutal gangrape — is yet to be told.

Six persons had abducted the girl on August 20 last year from a bus stand in Sikar town. They raped and thrashed her mercilessly before dumping her on the outskirts of the town. Her private parts, say doctors looking after her, had been so brutally vandalized that she had to undergo six major surgeries and eight minor surgical procedures. Even now, her condition is critical.

Doctors recall that when she was brought to JK Lon hospital in Jaipur from Sikar on August 22, they were appalled to see the barbaric manner in which she had been violated. She had a complete perineal tear — there was no partition of muscles left between her vagina and rectum. Surgeons had to use a portion of her large intestine to create a new rectum as well as a colostomy surgery for creating an alternative channel for fecal passage. “In the last four-and-a-half months, we have tried our best to help her. Her condition had shocked each one of us,” says Dr LD Agarwal, who led the team of surgeons that performed the surgeries.

The girl, who is from Darbhanga in Bihar, is reportedly the youngest of seven children (six sisters and one brother). She came to Sikar with her mother after her father died. They were hoping that their relatives in Sikar would help them get work.

Now, after the incident, doctors say, the girl has virtually stopped reacting. “In the beginning, she was scared of injections but now she doesn’t react to anything. Her physical and mental ability is worsening gradually,” says a family member.

Despite the brazenness and brutality of the incident, what has shocked many is the apathy of the police. Till the day after the incident, family members allege, the police were refusing to even register a case. It was only because of pressure from locals who took out a protest march that the case was registered. Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar also spoke to his Rajasthan counterpartAshok Gehlot after which the administration swung into action.

Even though six people were arrested, two have already been granted bail as the police had allegedly booked them under milder sections of IPC. Her relatives say that the rapists are politically well-connected and that the police is going soft on them. They also allege that the actual culprits are still at large.