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Created by : Dinesh Kumar Radhakrishnan, Manager - Business Strategies, OLiVEiNDiA  | 07 05 2011 05:43:12 +0000
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YES We should bring in such law Vs NO there are other ways to stop it
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Yes we can bring in strict laws but people who commit such crimes hardly think of the consequences.
By Swapna Das, Assistant Professor, Govt. college  07 05 2011 09:58:20 +0000
 
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Please be rest assured that the laws are already there. It is the enforcement of those laws that is corrupt and weak.
By RAMESH KANDADAI, Principal Consultant, ARM Consultants  07 05 2011 10:21:34 +0000
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Step by Maharashtra Govt http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/Sexual-harassment-will-soon-be-a-non-bailable-offence-in-state/articleshow/9154964.cms
By Dinesh Kumar Radhakrishnan, Manager - Business Strategies, OLiVEiNDiA  | 07 09 2011 05:34:52 +0000
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Punishments are only to those who dont follow any morality.. we cant show any grace if we are in the victim's side / victim.


By Dinesh Kumar Radhakrishnan, Manager - Business Strategies, OLiVEiNDiA  | 07 08 2011 12:51:19 +0000
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Yes there should be stricter laws. Though we all know that the laws are all fallacy. In spite of many laws starting from female infanticide to burning girls for dowry little we can achieved to curb out these evils from the society. Still the practices are very much prevailing not only in poverty ridden poor section but even in the rich & privileged section of the society. Of course many are using the loopholes to do crime or harass the male counterpart for the crime they might not have performed. Obviously these are just dew drops in the vast sea of crime against women or girls happened everyday. Though we practically live in a lawless land but I'll advocate a much stricter law otherwise people who loves to stay in their lowest potential all the time will engage in the crimes and they will remain Scot free as there is no law to counteract.
By Debarati Bhattacharya, Copywriter, Radiant Advertising & Marketing India Pvt. Ltd.  | 07 07 2011 12:11:07 +0000
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Yes we have them for 50+yrs .. what's the use? incompatible to the present.. everyone knows to find loop holes.. did ever a rich man / politician got punished?? u can count numbers even if there..


By Dinesh Kumar Radhakrishnan, Manager - Business Strategies, OLiVEiNDiA  | 07 07 2011 10:56:56 +0000
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Dear all who says no to such law.. saying we have laws and implementation is weak.. We have those laws for 50+yrs and nothing happened.. entire LAWs are for 1950s 1960s now its 2011 it must be revised.. for our companies we revise policies every year for betterment.. WHY NOT FOR NATION?


By Dinesh Kumar Radhakrishnan, Manager - Business Strategies, OLiVEiNDiA  | 07 07 2011 10:53:13 +0000
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I support your view, Swapna. Laws like Arab countries will teach a required lessons to these ????????.

Thanks for referral, Swapna.


By SHRIKANT MANOHAR DANKE, Zonal Manager / Sr. Project Manager ( Civil Engineering), Kumar Properties  | 07 06 2011 11:06:04 +0000
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Swapna I will add up here that all those culprits know the sloths pace our legal system works and police can be bought.

If you ask me in such cases death penalty will stop such crimes as in Middle East.


By Rathin Deb, Advisor and retail consultant, currently as Branch Manager, Tower Infotech Ltd  | 07 06 2011 05:28:01 +0000
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Crime against girls and women are happening more in a State where a "WOMAN" is the CM. If the law tightens the noose of those who is in the helm of affairs, such heinous acts will be curbed. Its the free-handedness of such people who are patronised by the powerful politicians. No law-abiding citizen would like to endanger his life for a 'momentous pleasure'! The Apex Court, suo motu, should take a very strong step to penalise those who are in the helm of affairs, bureaucrats, police officers, legislators and councillors, if such incidents have become regular in a State! If the Heads of States and those who are providing cover to such hooligans are severely punished, then such rate of crime will drastically come down!
By S. Muralidharan, Executive Director, Knowledge Foundation & Campus Around the Corner  | 07 06 2011 04:30:02 +0000
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I think there are many crimes against women which are today. These are due to changing mentality of peoples due to influence of movies and peoples negligence towards real Indian culture


By Hemant V. Gore, Freelance Software Developer  | 07 06 2011 03:14:23 +0000
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I support swapna, it is we need such laws to reduce culprits.
By K Nageswara rao, Senior.Superintendent-production, Hindustan Petroleum  | 07 05 2011 16:44:20 +0000
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Yes rapist should be awarded capital punishment as done in other countries specially middle east and the incidence are zero
By Sanjay Bhardwaj, Partner/Principal/VP, Health Management Solution  | 07 05 2011 14:41:33 +0000
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I am extremely sorry to ask but tell me one thing brother, If someone rapes your sister or daughter, what punishment would you suggest???...

Would you like the rapist of your sister or daughter spend some years in jail and roam freely afterwards searching for more preys.


By Suhaib Juwale, LEED Coordinator  | 07 05 2011 14:15:28 +0000
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I agree with swapna, but there are certain points which comes in my mind - 1 - Idea given by Mr sohaib will firstly harm the essence of humanity secondly (as swapna said) they will continue doing it as they are not aware of the consequences as they are mentally ill (so they are committing such crimes),


2 - here i also feel that in India it majorly gets motivation because of westernization, cultural change in the society, why we are not talking about the change in culture amongst us, why we are not discussing about the western outfits becoming a normal habit majorly in metro cities, the gap (financial) is increasing, for eg - a cab driver who hardly gets 6000-8000 per month drives a girl wearing western clothes (exposed out of the normal Indian cultural dressing limits) in middle of the night will definitely get tend to attract towards that female, now again it is upto his own ethics or mind which will make him go with a choice (positive or negative), so it is just not a single reason, we should just not discuss about the consequences or laws to stop it, but also the inside story where that problem is actually taking birth, Thanks, (no personnel grudges over my comments, s they are just for sharing knowledge)


By Santosh A. Jadhav, Executive sales, Ion Exchange India Ltd.  | 07 05 2011 11:30:31 +0000
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Yes, Swapna, strict laws could damper the spirit of culprits.The exemplary punishment will definitely bring down the incidences.The existing laws deals with delinquents ,but it lacks teeth to nip the bully.

Thanks,Madam for referral


By Mohammad Bakhsh, Consultant(Civil), Rail Vikas Nigam Limited  | 07 05 2011 11:18:59 +0000
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By sarvesh trivedi, Cust. Service Manager, ICICI Bank  | 07 05 2011 11:07:19 +0000
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Yes, of course. There is such a law which we must implement, but upon hearing that law people become biased just because Islam speaks about that law and that law is Stoning to death. The rapist should be stoned to death in front of everyone so that those who are willing or even thinking of committing such a heinous crime may abstain from it.
By Suhaib Juwale, LEED Coordinator  | 07 05 2011 10:35:03 +0000
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Everyday not at least one news paper in India is free from sexual violence against women & girls. Here is the latest.. Indians should fear to send our women out every moment or what? then why democracy and freedom? Please share your thoughts

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/3-men-rape-girl-in-moving-car-for-6-hrs/articleshow/9105242.cms


By Dinesh Kumar Radhakrishnan, Manager - Business Strategies, OLiVEiNDiA  | 07 05 2011 09:55:28 +0000
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Increase in the number of judges per person as like in other countries will definitely solve the issue with exiting laws.
By Rajesh Tekale, Counsel, Advocate on Record , High Court, Mumbai  | 07 27 2011 12:16:55 +0000
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There is strict law of sentenced to death but our govt n people are corrupted so....
By Seema , Partner/Principal/VP, Angel Associates  | 07 11 2011 06:35:15 +0000
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The Law and order for such type of crime against women is enough strict. We need not to add on fruthur. If you remember that Old case of Culcutta where criminal had raped and murdered inocent girl and punished hang till death. Is it resuleted decrease level of crim against women? No. In mojority of case victim suffured from her near and dear one. The rate of such type of crime against women are more in those state where law and order are not at place. If the current law and order followed stricticly, will help to reduces crime aginst women.
By Vrushank Bharatkumar Dave, Area Business Manager, Elder Pharmaceutical Ltd  | 07 10 2011 13:40:58 +0000
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There is an saying about rule :" Rules are for fools."So what's the use of another law,just to breached in another way.As a solution these problem ,we should instill in people's mind respect for opposite gender in particular and towards the mankind in general.To summarize, Solution is moral and not legal.
By Ranjeet Kumar, Mech. Engg,Kurukshetra University  | 07 08 2011 10:58:27 +0000
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@ suhaib juwale

  Only awkward  Person bring a debate to personnel level ,  but since u have started let me ask u , suppose someone has raped ur  Sister or daughter  , and u want him to be killed , now after this the family of the one killed  will want u to be killed , where will it stop ?
  Personnel grief or feeling is not a  decisive factor  in modern  judiciary ,  it might have been in times and places  where Sharia was formulated   , that is why we see Sharia law advocates  , Hands should be chopped of  for  stealing  , These are un human   and  barbaric punishments ,  no more applicable to  society  ,

Is chopping of Hand is equal punishment for  Thief ?

Or taking someones life equal punishment for Rape ? Few will  Agree ,

Sharia laws are not suited  for Human society  ,

these are some strange outcomes of implementing Islamik laws : -

Rape victim gets 200 lashes  and prison ,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxbRcqmdtTk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sxn-26-8ork&feature=related

Now whom the Sharia supports the Victims or Criminal ?   or both are punishable ?  strange laws always have strange outcomes


By Amit Pandey, Embedded Engineer, Electronics  | 07 08 2011 10:32:49 +0000
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we dont need more laws to complicate our already over burdened judicial system. Rather we need stricter implementation. Even if we do bring in more laws, what is the guarantee that they will not be misused. Education is the panacea for all evils. First lets focus our efforts on achieving 100% literacy, then such crimes will automatically come down. I know many people will claim that crimes agaisnt girls and women still happen in literate countries but on a closer analysis you will realise that these crimes are not comitted by literate people. We do not want repeat of the Oliver Khan story wherein the maid abused her position and cried foul over something that hadnt happened. Who will restore the lost honour of Oliver Khan or closer home people like Shiny Ahuja. Celebrity baiting is one of the consequences of having to many laws.
By Jaygopal Raghavan, Marketing Manager, Landmark Group  | 07 06 2011 17:16:38 +0000
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Present law is enough to gaurd women, only it needs proper implimentation of the present law.
By R N Bhattacharyya, Freelancer, Freelancer  | 07 06 2011 07:23:12 +0000
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Guys cool, first stricten the current laws which is more than enough,it is us common people missuse it and blame others. Tell me how many of you stop on Yellow Light and behind the double white line in signals
By Vijay Jeba Prakash, BD Manager, Gurram Software  | 07 06 2011 06:16:58 +0000
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What is the point in bringing in new laws when the existing laws are not implemented?
By Munshi Ramchand, Retired  | 07 06 2011 03:17:08 +0000
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NO NO NO NO NEVER.............. Already the law and order are too much favorable to the ladies and there is practically and logically no need for such. If this happens then the males will have to repent on their step of hitting own foot with axes. NO need of liberalizing them further, so far we have witnessed a tremendous increase in false rape and molestation allegations, the women are using unethical advantage of this present situation I am not sure what will happen after more strictness.
By Ardhendu Pal, Technical Support Officer, Convergys India Services  | 07 05 2011 19:40:25 +0000
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Laws are there but remains in the law books only and not applied. In fact dirty politics and corrupt politicians are intervening in all the cases there involvement makes the law weak and its not working. We must unite and stand against these corrupt politicians so that they should bow in front of the public power.
By Krishna Bhardwaj, Lyrics Writer, Freelancer  | 07 05 2011 16:44:54 +0000
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hello i do agree with Mr Ramesh Kanadai.. the laws are already.there bt in our india laws are being purchased more rather thn implementation ..violtion of rules & purchaseof law is a vitel issu rather thn bringing laws... & sencer effort for imlementation of the same without gting dragged in to some one's influence or the purchaser.... Sudhir Desai
By sudhir Desai, Now working as chief manager (Civil ) Const & Maint.activities, A MNC For Fertilizer manufacturing.  | 07 05 2011 15:28:49 +0000
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Sorry Ms. Swapna Das,

I agree to Mr. Ramesh Kandadai.

I believe there is adequate protection by law to woman. The machinery that delivers goods is not effective. Because, it's interpretation & circumstantial evidence divert the case. And subsequently, the guilty gets scot-free. So, we can say that there is a scope for loop-holes. We need to plug it as much as possible in such cases. We ,also ,need to deliver the punishment at the earliest so that, the offender realize it. People will also get alerted by the verdicts.

Implementation of these in true spirit matters much more than ,just, framing few more additional sections. It makes law book volumenous.


By KALIYAMOORTHY , PHSEM, CTCI Corporation  | 07 05 2011 15:07:14 +0000
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In case strick law formed like in the other countries, misuse by ladies/girls will also increase. There are sufficient laws but due lack of evidences culpript escaped from the cluch of implementing authorities. Further more moral implementing authorities may also be tightened. Already allegation levelled by femal there are no need further evidences. Criminal in safe guard produce evidences
By j.p.khurana , Legal Advisor, IT. department  | 07 05 2011 14:31:45 +0000
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LAWS R VERY MUCH THERE BUT THE QUESTION IS GOVT IS USING THE YARD STICK DIFFERENTLY. THIS IS BOTHERSOME.
By sudhakar , BUSINESS CONSULTANT  | 07 05 2011 14:08:24 +0000
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People advocating "Stoning to death" should realize that in same Arab countries Women and Girl are often punished with lashes even if they r victim, we don't need these stone age laws ,
By Amit Pandey, Embedded Engineer, Electronics  | 07 05 2011 12:45:13 +0000
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Enforcing current laws is the best,with the kind of jails we have,lock ups of the police stations,plus police 'treatment',lastly slow pace of trial,I still wonder why people commit such crimes,there's so much disincentive
By Suresh KP, General Manager, Books for Change  | 07 05 2011 12:18:26 +0000
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Enforcing current laws is the best,with the kind of jails we have,lock ups of the police stations,plus police 'treatment',lastly slow pace of trial,I still wonder why people commit such crimes,there's so much disincentive
By Suresh KP, General Manager, Books for Change  | 07 05 2011 12:11:42 +0000
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Enforcing current laws is the best,with the kind of jails we have,lock ups of the police stations,plus police 'treatment',lastly slow pace of trial,I still wonder why people commit such crimes,there's so much disincentive
By Suresh KP, General Manager, Books for Change  | 07 05 2011 12:11:26 +0000
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We do have laws and system but no implementation.
By Rohit Thakur, Projects Coordinator, Construction Engineering  | 07 05 2011 11:28:32 +0000
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Hey Buddy, there are more than required laws that safeguard women. what we need now is laws that are not gender biased. You think men are any less suffering from crime against them from women. check the misuse of 498A, its rampant and ever increasing and has already become a cause for increasing divorce rate in India. We desperately need laws that do not differentiate between men and women and give harsh and equal punishment to those who err.
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