Assault Current Affairs, GK & News
Both the houses of parliament have approved the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill, 2019. The Bill amends the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 seeks to protect children from offences such as sexual assault, sexual harassment, and pornography. Features of the Bill Penetrative Sexual Assault The 2012 act provided punishment of imprisonment ..
Topics: Assault • Capital punishment • Child sexual abuse • Child sexual abuse laws in India • Crime • Crimes against women • Human sexuality • Laws regarding child sexual abuse • Laws regarding rape • PCSOA 2012 • Penetrative Sexual Assault • POCSO Act • Sex crimes • Sexual assault
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs have distributed over 3,100 special kits SAECKs (Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kits) to accomplish investigations into sexual assault cases among states and Union Territories. SAECKs can be used for collecting blood and semen samples and other evidence which can be used for investigation purpose. SAECKs will also help to ..
The Union Cabinet has recently approved amendments to the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act of 2012 to make punishment more stringent for committing sexual crimes against children. To discourage the trend of child sexual abuse by acting as a deterrent, Section-4, Section-5 and Section-6 are proposed to be amended to provide the ..
Topics: Assault • Capital punishment • Child abuse • Child sexual abuse • Child sexual abuse laws in India • Crime • Crimes • Human behavior • Laws regarding child sexual abuse • Sexual assault • Torture
The Union Cabinet approved the Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2012, in Parliament to expand the reach of the legal offence of sexual assault to ensure more rigorous punishments for sexual offences including rape. What are the key amendments in the Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2012? The Bill replaces the word ‘rape’ with the phrase ‘sexual ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2012
The Union Cabinet sanctioned a bill dealing entirely with sexual offences against children. The ‘Sexual Offences Against Children Bill’ aims rigorous punishment for sexual intercourse or contact with sexual intent with a child below 18 years. The punishment ranges from 3 years’ imprisonment to life term for a person who commits sexual harassment, sexual assault, ..
Topics: Ages of consent in North America • Aggravated sexual assault • Assault • Child sexual abuse laws in India • Human behavior • Human sexuality • Rape • Sex crimes • Sexual assault • Sexual Harassment • Sexual intercourse