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The Indian government has approved a proposal to reserve one-third of police posts in Delhi for women, its latest move to address shocking levels of sexual violence against women in the capital. The decision, taken at a cabinet meeting chaired by the prime minister, Narendra Modi, is part of a series of steps taken in the last few months to strengthen laws against sexual violence. “[The cabinet] today gave its approval for making reservations of 33% for women … in direct recruitment in non-gazetted posts … of all union territories, including Delhi,” a government statement said. The government decision will apply to all future recruitment drives for police field ranks from constable to sub-inspector. The government hoped that its decision will make the police forces “more gender sensitive”. “It will also instill confidence among women to enable them to approach the police without hesitation for seeking protection and assistance as and when required,” the government said. India has seen an outpouring of anger over high levels of violence against women, which surged in the aftermath of the 2012 gang rape of a medical student on a bus in Delhi. “33% reservation in police forces for women a good step taken by central government,” Devendranath Yadav said on Twitter. The government’s statement released to the media also acknowledged the importance of women’s representation in the police force. “A skewed police force with inadequate gender representation is a major practical barrier in effective implementation of legislation intended for the protection of women,” it said. Source: www.theguardian.com
Indians light candles as they mourn the death of a gang rape victim in Delhi on 29 December 2012. Photograph: Saurabh Das/AP. AFP in Delhi. Friday 20 March 2015 15.10 EDT Last modified on Friday 20 March 2015 15.20 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share
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John Epper, Actor: The Scalphunters. John Epper was born on May 7, 1906 in Gossau, Switzerland as Hans Emil Epper. He is known for his work on The Scalphunters (1968 ...
John Epper was born on May 7, 1906 in Gossau, Switzerland as Hans Emil Epper. He is known for his work on The Scalphunters (1968), Spartacus (1960) ...
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