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The Justice Juvenile Act permits a child in conflict with law, who is above the age of 16, to be tried as adult.
13 Jan 2019 12:53 AM
From uttapam to sprouted dal parantha: UNICEF's recipes for healthy children
WhatsApp video threat targets both Android and iOS users
Instagram's 'like-count-hiding' experiment goes global
Telangana gets its first 'child-friendly' police station at Hyderabad's Medipally
Google's FreddieMeter analyses how close your voice is to Freddie Mercury
The hectic legislative schedule of the BJP on establishing a proto Hindu rashtra with lawful approval masks a curious and intriguing deletion.
The widow sits in silence. Her nose has finally stopped bleeding but her lips have not stopped swelling.
Pavan K Varma
The first takeaway from this likely scenario is that the BJP-Shiv Sena coalition has failed.
K C Singh
China proclaims the utility of Brics to forge cooperation among the emerging economies as the world undergoes a “new industrial revolution”.
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