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New Indian Law Takes Aim at Curbing Child Abusei
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Rebecca Byerly
December 21, 2012 3:04 AM
India is unveiling a new law aimed at curbing the sexual abuse of young people. Rebecca Byerly reports from New Delhi on a law that could empower the country’s nascent child protection services and also punish those who ignore abuse.

New Indian Law Takes Aim at Curbing Child Abuse

Rebecca Byerly

Published December 20, 2012

India is unveiling a new law aimed at curbing the sexual abuse of young people. Rebecca Byerly reports from New Delhi on a law that could empower the country’s nascent child protection services and also punish those who ignore abuse.


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