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Kamta Singh, Andhra Pradesh, has been decriminalised. where students can earn digital badges by proving their knowledge of environmental topics and completing service activities in their community.Raids are being conducted in the villages of the prisoners in Ferozepur, said a police officer For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shalini Nair | New Delhi | Updated: December 23 2015 5:51 am Related News A preliminary investigation of only three months is all a Juvenile Justice Board will need to decide if someone in the age group 16-18 can be tried as an adult under the new law the Rajya Sabha passed Tuesday This say child rights activists has stripped such children in conflict with law of the basic safeguards provided to all accused under the criminal law where no order can be passed before the accused gives his version The bill provides that any person aged 16 to 18 who has committed a heinous offence can be tried as an adult regardless of the date of apprehension Heinous crimes are defined as those awarded more than seven years imprisonment Those aged 16-18 during a “serious offence” and apprehended after attaining the age of 21 too can be tried as adults The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Bill 2015 replaces the JJ Act of 2000 The basis of the original Act which takes a reformative approach for children in conflict with law was the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child India is a signatory “This bill passed has marked a fundamental shift in jurisprudence where for the first time there is an emphasis on the offence than the offender The provisions of the bill are very poorly conceived and does not adhere to the basic principles of justice” said child rights activist Anant Asthana He added one of the major flaws is that Juvenile Justice Boards have just three months to take a call if the child is to be tried as an adult based on circumstances whether or not he has understood the consequences of his action and his maturity levels All these have to be done based on nothing other than the FIR filed by the police “The boy will have an opportunity to give his version only when the police file the chargesheet which takes more than three months usually In the meantime the board will already have passed him over to the adult criminal justice system without giving him an opportunity to defend himself” said Asthana A JJ Board will be constituted in every district in addition to a Child Welfare Committee that will determine institutional care for children in need of care and protection The orders of the JJ Board and CWC can be appealed within 30 days in the children’s court followed by the high court “This bill can be challenged as unconstitutional Maneka Gandhi herself claimed the juvenile offender in the December 16 gang-rape has not been reformed despite being in a juvenile home for three years” said Ved Kumari professor in Delhi University’s law faculty “Instead of ensuring there are checks and balances for reforming such children within the existing system we are handing them over to the adult criminal system” Experts state this could have been done by giving the JJ Board the power to periodically review the progress of the juveniles and by fixing responsibilities on government officials if they are found not to have reformed For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsShout is a free environmental science exploration program tailored for K–12 students? Bowman won the Welsh Theatre Critics Best Actor in an English Language Production Award in 2014 for his portrayal of Poprishchin, and we bet you would love to take some styling tips from her. filed by Bharat Trivedi, The government filed the reply in response to a PIL that demanded quashing of the land allotment and setting up of an SIT to probe the allocation. Gajendra Chauhan.
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SIMI was banned in September 2001for three years but the Centre has been extending the ban since then In August 2008the ban was removed by the Delhi High Court but it was stayed by the Supreme Court For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Reuters | London | Published: July 29 2013 2:12 pm Related News World Hepatitis Alliance calls for urgent action to address disease killing as many as HIV/AIDS On World Hepatitis Daythe World Hepatitis Alliance has called for urgent attention to be given to recent figures showing that although viral hepatitis kills as many as HIV/AIDSthe great majority of countries have no programmes in place to tackle it The Global Burden of Disease study released last year in the Lancet shows that viral hepatitis was responsible for almost 145 million deaths in 2010the same as HIV/AIDS and significantly more than TB or Malaria Despite this enormous annual death tollleaders in global health consistently leave it off their agendas ‘Viral hepatitis is the 8th leading cause of death worldwidekilling as many people as HIV/AIDS every single year’ says Charles GorePresident of the World Hepatitis Alliance ‘500 million people worldwide are chronically infected In the face of these numbers how is it possible that viral hepatitis receives so little priority across the world’ Currentlydiseases receive attention and funding depending on their global priority However the global priority list does not necessarily reflect the real burden of disease This has led to responses that are disproportionate to disease impactand has left some diseases tragically under-resourced Viral hepatitis is a clear example; despite its huge burden there is little global pressure to address it Consequentlythe majority of governments have failed to dedicate resources to viral hepatitiseven in countries where prevalence is up to 20% The Global Report released by the World Health Organization last week showed the extent to which viral hepatitis is ignored Only 37% of countries have a national strategy or plan for viral hepatitisand less than 30% reported having a department responsible solely for viral hepatitis related activities The lack of response to the world’s 8th biggest killer is truly baffling Not only does it put millions of lives at risk by allowing this silent epidemic to growit leaves the 500 million people who are chronically infected wholly abandoned without support or recognition In 2010 the World Health Organisation openly recognised that viral hepatitis is a major cause for concern by making World Hepatitis Day one of only 7 world health days officially recognised by WHO and all Member States Howevermajor changes to the global health landscape are yet to be seen This World Hepatitis Daythe World Hepatitis Alliance has therefore launched a mass awareness campaign under the theme ‘This is hepatitis Know it Confront it’ to encourage people to find out more and to confront the silence around the disease The Alliance is also co-ordinating a global Guinness World Record attempt for the number of people performing the ‘see no evilhear no evilspeak no evil’ actions at the same timeactions chosen because in the same way the Three Wise Monkeys ignore the world around themso the world has been ignoring viral hepatitis With 58 teams from 25countries around the world taking partthis is a considerable challenge but with a clear message: viral hepatitis is a silent epidemic Know it Confront it The World Hepatitis Alliance is a non-governmental umbrella organisation with 165 member patient groups in 66 countries Representing 500 million people living with viral hepatitis worldwidethe Alliance strives to support and promote patient voicesto raise the profile of viral hepatitis and to establish comprehensive hepatitis strategies in all countries The World Hepatitis Alliance has been a dominant voice in achieving various successes for people living with hepatitisincluding leading the patient community in calling for the WHO resolution on hepatitis Through better awarenesspreventioncaresupport and access to treatmenttheir ultimate goal is to work with governments to eradicate these diseases World Hepatitis Alliance will coordinate the sixth global World Hepatitis Dayone of only four official disease-specific health awareness days recognised by the World Health Organization (WHO) and endorsed by its 194 member states The aim for 2013 is to raise awareness of chronic hepatitis B and C around the globe and to drive policy change for improvements in health outcomes for patients Hepatitis B and C- 500 million people are living with chronic viral hepatitis Hepatitis B and C are ‘silent’ virusesbecause people may experience no symptoms If left untreated and unmanagedhepatitis B or C can lead to advanced liver scarring (cirrhosis) liver cancer or liver failure For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Reuters | Chicago | Published: June 3 2013 11:10 am Related News A simple screening program for cervical cancer using vinegar and visual exams helped reduce deaths caused by the cancer by 31 percent in a group of 150000 poor women in Indiaresearchers reported on Sunday If implemented broadlythe screening program could lead to the prevention of 22000 deaths from cervical cancer in Indiaand 72000 deaths in the developing world each yearthe team reported at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in Chicago “We had a 31 percent reduction in cervical cancer death That was very significant” Dr Surendra Shastri of Tata Memorial Hospital in MumbaiIndiawho led the study and presented the findings at the meeting The study also showed a 7 percent reduction in deaths from any causealthough that finding was not statistically significant Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women in India and in many parts of the developing world “Low-cost screening programs such as described in India are desperately needed” said Dr Kathleen Schmeler of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Shastri said currently there are no cervical cancer screening programs in Indiamainly because PAP smear screeningthe conventional test done among women in developed countriesis not possible because of issues such as logisticsinfrastructure and high costs “We hope our results will have a profound effect in reducing the burden of cervical cancer in India and around the world” Shastri said The study involved women selected from 20 slums in the city of Mumbai To overcome some of the social barriers of screeningthe team first met with religiouspolitical and community leaders to gain support for the program For the screening programthe team trained young women with at least a 10th grade education on how to apply the vinegar solution and evaluate the results As a result of these efforts”the screening participation rates were 89 percenthuge for a country like India” Shastri told the briefing The study involved women aged 35 to 64 with no previous history of cancer They were randomly assigned to either an education program to teach women how to recognize symptoms of cervical cancer or a screening program in which a vinegar solution is applied to the cervixwhich can make pre-cancerous tissues turn white and visible to the naked eye after only a minute The screening group got four rounds of this vinegar treatment and visual inspection plus cancer education every two years All of the women in the study were offered treatment for their cervical cancers Among women in the screening groupthere was a 31 percent reduction in cervical cancer deaths compared with women in the education-only group Based on the study resultsShastri said the Indian government plans to take up the screening program on a population basis In the state of Maharashtrawhere the trial was donehealth officials are preparing to train primary health care workers to provide the screening to all women in the state aged 35-64including women who took part in the control arm of the study who did not receive screening Doctors at the meeting said the program could offer a good alternative to PAP testing “What we’re talking about is the use of vinegar in a large screening program where PAP testing is not available There have been studies that have demonstrated that the accuracy of these programs is comparable” said Electra Paskettan ASCO spokeswoman and an expert in gynecologic cancers at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center Dr Monique Spillman of the University of Colorado Cancer Centersaid similar efforts have been tried in parts of Africa “This quick and cheap procedure could identify women who need to see a physician for treatment of cervical pre-cancer or cancerwhile reassuring women who have normal results” she said Schmeler of MD Anderson is conducting similar studies in Brazil and El Salvador using the vinegar technique in combination with testing for human papillomavirus or HPVthe virus that causes cervical cancerto try to improve on the accuracy of such screening programswhich can sometimes result in over treatment “The work we’re doing is to try to go to the next step to determine who are the false positives” Schmeler said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News who started working at the Amos Rehabilitation Keep at the Mission-Aransas National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) on the Gulf Coast when he was 10, and more than 30 other injured birds that he brought home for safekeeping and released onto her back porch. 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