Increasing Crimes Among Youth In India Essays and Term Papers

  • Increasing Crimes

    INCREASING CRIMES/SUICIDES AMONG THE YOUTH OF INDIA. INCREASING CRIME RATES AMONG THE YOUTH IN INDIA. Introduction: Open any newspaper or tune into any news channel and you can be pretty sure to stumble upon crimes of all sorts ranging from petty thefts to dacoity, murder, terrorism, sexual crimes...

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  • My Mom

    the 13th leading cause of death worldwide[3] and the National Safety Council rates it sixth in the United States.[4] It is a leading cause of death among teenagers and adults under 35.[5][6] The rate of suicide is far higher in men than in women, with males worldwide three to four times more likely to...

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  • Be a Good Student

    different tastes and choices of different members of the family. Television is fast spreading in remote rural areas as well. Exposure to television is increasing day-to-day. Television programs are badly affected with the scenes of sex and violence. From the close study of the television programmes it appears...

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  • Unemployment Problem and Solution

    Among the various socioeconomic problems, which our country is facing today, the problem of unemployment is one of the most serious Unemployment is defined as condition of a person who is willing to work but unable to find a paying job. There are various factors that are responsible for unemployment...

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  • Pi Survey

    Public Interest Lawyering Project A Survey on Substance Abuse among the Youth in India Contents 1. Introduction 4 2. Statement of the Problem 7 3. Objective of the study 8 3.1. Broad Objective 8 3.2. Specific Objective 8 4. Methodology / Research Design 9 ...

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  • Violence Among Youth

    rapidly growing economy, and also to be respected as a great nation. In India, 480 million are less than 19 years old. India has 20% of the world’s children. [1] The recent years have seen an unprecedented increase in youth violence, often lethal violence, all around the nation. Anecdotal evidence...

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  • involvement of youth attitude in crime

    and Applied Research) Involvement of Youth Attitudes in Crime: A Study Conducted in Four Jails of Upper Assam, India KARABI KONCH* and JOYANTA BORBORA *Research Scholar, ** Professor Department of Sociology, Dibrugarh University Abstract: Youth and crime is not a new phenomenon. In the past as...

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  • Importance of Education

    prosperity, on the other hand challenges like organised crime and terrorist activities are also present," she said adding in such a situation, the institutions of higher education would have to play a special role. Patil also denounced the increasing trend of consumerism and greed that damaged the social...

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  • Teenage Suicide

    are increasing among the Indians. It is growing as a kind of disease rampant among the Indian teens especially in cosmopolitan cities. I am not sure if this problem is increasing in other countries. Teen Suicides Increasing in India India the largest democratic country, having the largest youth population...

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  • Cyber Crime

    Analysis of Cyber Crime awareness among youth Abstract: Cyber crime is emerging as a serious threat. Worldwide governments, police departments and intelligence units have started to react. One of the many approaches to enable students and other peoples to protect themselves...

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  • increase in suicide and crime among youth

    many catastrophic, socio-economic issues like poverty, terrorism, illiteracy and corruption. The involvement of the youth in overcoming these problems is of great importance. The youth, in a rising nation like ours, plays a strong role in bringing reforms to restructure the nation. They protest and demand...

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  • Crime in India Among the Youth in Recent Times

    Crimes committed by Delhi youth on the rise Upasana Mukherjee, Hindustan Times New Delhi, October 27, 2012 Last month, a 16-year-old Delhiite allegedly murdered a 4-year-old boy after the victim’s mother spurned his advances. He stabbed the child more than 30 times with a pair of scissors. In April...

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  • Drug Abuse

    against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking every year. It is an exercise undertaken by the world community to sensitize the people in general and the youth in particular, to the menace of drugs. The picture is grim if the world statistics on the drugs scenario is taken into account. With a turnover of around...

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  • Youth Employment in India

    YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT “A man willing to work, and unable to find work, is perhaps the saddest sight that fortune’s inequality exhibits under the sun.” “You take my life when you take the means whereby I live.” These observations by Thomas Carlyle and William Shakespeare respectively reflect what youth...

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  • By Ravi of Wolf

    heroines whose careers epitomize the magic of these hit songs. Cinema and f ilms are very popular in India. Indian f ilm industry is second only to that of America. Hundreds of f ilms are made every year in India in Hindi and other regional languages. T hey are screened in the cinema halls, telecast on television...

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  • Population Growth: the Negative Effect on Indian Society

    Objectives 1) To study the rate at which population of India has been growing. 2) To co-relate absolute number of population growth and Indian society. 3) To know how population growth create social problem in India. Population Growth In India India has an area of 32,87,263 sq.km having a population...

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  • Youth Suicide in India

    YOUTH SUICIDE IN INDIA Dedication To those who have lost their lives by suicide, To those who struggle with thoughts of suicide, To those who have made an attempt on their lives, To those caring for someone who struggles, To those left behind after a death by suicide, To those in recovery, and To...

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  • Juvenile Crime

    etc they have now graduated to commit as heinous and serious crimes as Rape, Robbery, and Murder, which suggests there is something radically wrong with our socio-legal dynamics. It is not that this trend of extra ordinary behavior among children pertains to delinquent acts only. In fact children below...

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  • womens development in handloom industries

    woman brings into the marriage - it is paid by the woman's family to the man's family. Dowry is practiced mainly in South Asian countries, such as India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka. According to Goody (quoted by Ranjana Kumari 1989, p3), “Dowry can be seen as a type...

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  • Cyberbullying and Cyber Crime

    Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd University Learning outcome assessment | Section 201 Research: Cyber bullying and cyber crime, one reason the Internet has turned from beneficial to disastrous Dr Ali Alghazo Yomna Loai Al-Ibrahim – 201001070 Wala’a Al-Yousef – 201101049     Table  of ...

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