Js Verma Report

'Js Verma Report' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Justice JS Verma's family refuses Padma Bhushan: read letter
    India News | NDTV.com | Friday January 31, 2014
    The family of Justice JS Verma, the architect of a report that became instrumental in shaping stronger anti-rape laws in the country, has refused to accept the Padma Bhushan award.
  • Justice JS Verma's family refuses Padma Bhushan award
    India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday January 31, 2014
    The family of Justice JS Verma, the architect of a report that became instrumental in shaping stronger anti-rape laws in the country, has refused to accept the Padma Bhushan award.
  • Justice Verma: An exceptional career
    People | Edited by Mala Das | Tuesday April 23, 2013
    Justice Jagdish Sharan Verma was the architect of a report that became instrumental in shaping a new, stronger anti-rape law in the country.
  • Finally, anti-rape law in parliament today; age of consent is 18 now
    India News | Reported by Sunil Prabhu; edited by Mala Das | Tuesday March 19, 2013
    New laws to punish rape and other crimes against women will be shared with Parliament today for discussion and debate. After a meeting with political leaders earlier on Monday, the cabinet cleared the anti-rape bill the same evening - the age of consent will be 18, and not 16, as it had been originally proposed.
  • Despite objections from women's groups, President Pranab Mukherjee signs ordinance on sexual assault
    India News | Reported by Sunil Prabhu; edited by Shamik Ghosh | Monday February 4, 2013
    Despite objections by women's groups, President Pranab Mukherjee today signed the ordinance on sexual assault which was passed by the union cabinet on Friday. Women's rights groups had urged the President yesterday not to sign the ordinance, saying the cabinet had selectively accepted the recommendations of the Justice JS Verma commission.
  • India News | NDTV.com | Wednesday January 30, 2013
    Justice JS Verma submitted a 600 page report on how to make laws against sexual violence a bigger deterrent and review the existing laws for sexual crimes. After submitting the report, he spoke to NDTV's Sonia Singh about the mammoth task assigned to him and how he was able to complete it within a month.
  • Full text of PM's letter to Justice JS Verma
    India News | NDTV.com | Wednesday January 30, 2013
    The Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh has written to Justice (Retd) J.S.Verma on the report submitted by the Committee on Amendments to Criminal Law. The text of the Prime Minister's letter is as follows:
  • Blog: My 29-day stint with Justice Verma Commission
    India News | Saumya Saxena | Friday January 25, 2013
    Saumya Saxena, a research student pursuing PhD in Legal History from the University of Cambridge, was among the 15 young legal lieutenants who helped Justice JS Verma prepare a 600-page report on laws for sexual crimes in less than a month. The 23-year old scholar was the youngest in the team
  • No response from those meant to act on my report, says Justice Verma: highlights
    India News | Edited by Samira Shaikh | Friday January 25, 2013
    Justice JS Verma, who submitted a report on laws on sexual crimes to the government on Wednesday, speaks to NDTV about the task assigned to him and how he was able to complete it within the stipulated time period.
  • How Justice Verma's 15 young legal lieutenants made a 600-page report in 29 days
    India News | Written by Sunetra Choudhury; Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Thursday January 24, 2013
    As Justice JS Verma, Justice Leila Seth and former solicitor general Gopal Subramaniam lap up praise for their 600 page report into how to make laws against sexual violence a bigger deterrent, there's another group of unknowns that are sitting back satisfied. They are the group of 15 young lawyers, academics and students who sat behind the panel du...
  • India News | Edited by Samira Shaikh | Thursday January 24, 2013
    The Justice JS Verma committee, which has said that "failure of governance" is the root cause for sexual crime, has put the ball for action in the government's court by meeting a tough 30-day deadline to submit its recommendations on changes in law.
  • Recommendations of the Justice Verma Committee: 10-point cheat-sheet
    Cheat Sheet | Edited by Prasad Sanyal | Thursday January 24, 2013
    A three-member commission assigned to review laws for sexual crimes submitted its report to the government on Wednesday. The commission, headed by former Chief Justice of India, Justice JS Verma, has identified "failure of governance" as the root cause for sexual crime. It has criticised the government, the police and even the public for its apath...
  • After Justice Verma report, ball now in government's court
    India News | Edited by Samira Shaikh | Thursday January 24, 2013
    The Justice JS Verma committee, which has said that "failure of governance" is the root cause for sexual crime, has put the ball for action in the government's court by meeting a tough 30-day deadline to submit its recommendations on changes in law.
  • Justice JS Verma panel's recommendations on sexual crime laws
    India News | Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Thursday January 24, 2013
    A three-member commission assigned to review laws for sexual crimes has submitted its report to the government on Wednesday. The panel was set up amid huge demonstrations by thousands of students who demanded tougher punishment for sexual offenders after the monstrous attack on 23-year-old Amanat (NOT her real name). She died two weeks after she wa...
  • State's duty to provide safe environment to women, says Justice JS Verma: Highlights
    India News | Edited by Ashish Mukherjee | Wednesday January 23, 2013
    A commission to look at India's laws for sexual crimes after a medical student's gang-rape in Delhi last month has submitted its report to the Home Ministry. Former chief justice of India JS Verma, who headed the commission, addressed the media today.

'Js Verma Report' - 2 Video Result(s)

'Js Verma Report' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Justice JS Verma's family refuses Padma Bhushan: read letter
    India News | NDTV.com | Friday January 31, 2014
    The family of Justice JS Verma, the architect of a report that became instrumental in shaping stronger anti-rape laws in the country, has refused to accept the Padma Bhushan award.
  • Justice JS Verma's family refuses Padma Bhushan award
    India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday January 31, 2014
    The family of Justice JS Verma, the architect of a report that became instrumental in shaping stronger anti-rape laws in the country, has refused to accept the Padma Bhushan award.
  • Justice Verma: An exceptional career
    People | Edited by Mala Das | Tuesday April 23, 2013
    Justice Jagdish Sharan Verma was the architect of a report that became instrumental in shaping a new, stronger anti-rape law in the country.
  • Finally, anti-rape law in parliament today; age of consent is 18 now
    India News | Reported by Sunil Prabhu; edited by Mala Das | Tuesday March 19, 2013
    New laws to punish rape and other crimes against women will be shared with Parliament today for discussion and debate. After a meeting with political leaders earlier on Monday, the cabinet cleared the anti-rape bill the same evening - the age of consent will be 18, and not 16, as it had been originally proposed.
  • Despite objections from women's groups, President Pranab Mukherjee signs ordinance on sexual assault
    India News | Reported by Sunil Prabhu; edited by Shamik Ghosh | Monday February 4, 2013
    Despite objections by women's groups, President Pranab Mukherjee today signed the ordinance on sexual assault which was passed by the union cabinet on Friday. Women's rights groups had urged the President yesterday not to sign the ordinance, saying the cabinet had selectively accepted the recommendations of the Justice JS Verma commission.
  • India News | NDTV.com | Wednesday January 30, 2013
    Justice JS Verma submitted a 600 page report on how to make laws against sexual violence a bigger deterrent and review the existing laws for sexual crimes. After submitting the report, he spoke to NDTV's Sonia Singh about the mammoth task assigned to him and how he was able to complete it within a month.
  • Full text of PM's letter to Justice JS Verma
    India News | NDTV.com | Wednesday January 30, 2013
    The Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh has written to Justice (Retd) J.S.Verma on the report submitted by the Committee on Amendments to Criminal Law. The text of the Prime Minister's letter is as follows:
  • Blog: My 29-day stint with Justice Verma Commission
    India News | Saumya Saxena | Friday January 25, 2013
    Saumya Saxena, a research student pursuing PhD in Legal History from the University of Cambridge, was among the 15 young legal lieutenants who helped Justice JS Verma prepare a 600-page report on laws for sexual crimes in less than a month. The 23-year old scholar was the youngest in the team
  • No response from those meant to act on my report, says Justice Verma: highlights
    India News | Edited by Samira Shaikh | Friday January 25, 2013
    Justice JS Verma, who submitted a report on laws on sexual crimes to the government on Wednesday, speaks to NDTV about the task assigned to him and how he was able to complete it within the stipulated time period.
  • How Justice Verma's 15 young legal lieutenants made a 600-page report in 29 days
    India News | Written by Sunetra Choudhury; Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Thursday January 24, 2013
    As Justice JS Verma, Justice Leila Seth and former solicitor general Gopal Subramaniam lap up praise for their 600 page report into how to make laws against sexual violence a bigger deterrent, there's another group of unknowns that are sitting back satisfied. They are the group of 15 young lawyers, academics and students who sat behind the panel du...
  • India News | Edited by Samira Shaikh | Thursday January 24, 2013
    The Justice JS Verma committee, which has said that "failure of governance" is the root cause for sexual crime, has put the ball for action in the government's court by meeting a tough 30-day deadline to submit its recommendations on changes in law.
  • Recommendations of the Justice Verma Committee: 10-point cheat-sheet
    Cheat Sheet | Edited by Prasad Sanyal | Thursday January 24, 2013
    A three-member commission assigned to review laws for sexual crimes submitted its report to the government on Wednesday. The commission, headed by former Chief Justice of India, Justice JS Verma, has identified "failure of governance" as the root cause for sexual crime. It has criticised the government, the police and even the public for its apath...
  • After Justice Verma report, ball now in government's court
    India News | Edited by Samira Shaikh | Thursday January 24, 2013
    The Justice JS Verma committee, which has said that "failure of governance" is the root cause for sexual crime, has put the ball for action in the government's court by meeting a tough 30-day deadline to submit its recommendations on changes in law.
  • Justice JS Verma panel's recommendations on sexual crime laws
    India News | Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Thursday January 24, 2013
    A three-member commission assigned to review laws for sexual crimes has submitted its report to the government on Wednesday. The panel was set up amid huge demonstrations by thousands of students who demanded tougher punishment for sexual offenders after the monstrous attack on 23-year-old Amanat (NOT her real name). She died two weeks after she wa...
  • State's duty to provide safe environment to women, says Justice JS Verma: Highlights
    India News | Edited by Ashish Mukherjee | Wednesday January 23, 2013
    A commission to look at India's laws for sexual crimes after a medical student's gang-rape in Delhi last month has submitted its report to the Home Ministry. Former chief justice of India JS Verma, who headed the commission, addressed the media today.

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