Justice Js Verma Report

  • Exclusion of marital rape from the govt ordinance denies a woman's autonomy over her own body: Sucheta De February 6, 2013

    How does the exclusion of marital rape from the govt ordinance impede the women's rights movement in India? All India Students' Association's National secretary Sucheta De joined IBNLive readers for an interaction on the issue. Q. The purpose of law is to act as a deterrent to...
  • The Last Word: How do political parties respond to Justice Verma report? January 24, 2013

    In a detailed and scathing report the 3member Justice JS Verma Committee has called for stricter implementation of existing laws, police reforms, gender sensitisation of the security agencies and judiciary along with several changes in the IPC to deal with crime against women particularly rape cases. ...
  • Agenda For Change: Has the Verma panel attacked the heart of patriarchy in India? January 23, 2013

    In a detailed and scathing report the Justice JS Verma Committee has called for stricter implementation of existing laws, police reforms, gender sensitisation of the security agencies and judiciary along with several changes in the IPC to deal with crime against women particularly rape cases. ...
  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai January 23, 2013

    Justice JS Verma Committee has called for stricter implementation of existing laws, police reforms, gender sensitisation of the security agencies and judiciary along with several changes in the IPC to deal with crime against women particularly rape cases....
  • Newsmaker of the Day: Gopal Subramaniam January 23, 2013

    A month after the brutal Delhi gangrape and murder, the Justice Verma Committee submitted its recommendations to check crimes against women on Wednesday. The report has suggested changes in an entire gamut of laws to bring speedier justice for crimes against women. ...
  • Justice Verma panel rejects chemical castration for rapists January 23, 2013

    New Delhi: The Justice JS Verma Committee rejected the suggestion of chemical castration of rapists as it considered handing down such a punishment would violate human rights and that mutilation of the body is not permitted under the Constitution. "We note that it would be unconstitutional and inconsistent with basic...
  • Law enforcement shouldn't be tools of politicians: Justice Verma January 23, 2013

    New Delhi: In a detailed and scathing report the threemember Justice JS Verma Committee has called for stricter implementation of existing laws, police reforms, gender sensitisation of the security agencies and judiciary along with several changes in the Indian Penal Code (IPC) to deal with crime against women particularly rape...