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    Child is entitled to special care and assistance due to their dependency and immaturity. As human being, children have the basic human rights including social, economic and cultural rights. All over the world efforts are taken to protect these rights of children. Effect of Child abuse and exploitation on child are serious and stunted the potential development of many children. Despite of all these international and national efforts still the children in India faces the problem of child abuse and child exploitation. The role played by the judiciary to safeguard and protect the rights of the children as a guardian of fundamental rights through issuing direction or giving advice to the Government are commendable and must be appreciated. This article has discussed the concept of judicial activism, the rights of child and who is child? This article has studied about the international and national efforts taken for the protection of children rights including provisions under Constitution and legislative measures. This article has given the special emphasis on explanation of the role played by the judiciary in the protection and safeguard of the children’s rights

    Economic Impact of Domestic Violence: An Analysis

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    Domestic violence is one of the most prevalent crimes in India. The main purpose of this paper is to explore its economic effect on the nation. The first part deals with the different types and categories of costs incurred privately and socially due to the act of domestic violence. It tries to understand and review the existing cost measure and emphasizes consider the intangible costs also while making the policy related to IPV. The second part deals with a non-cooperative model of a family wherein violence exists and what are the way out or solutions for the victim to control the level of violence. The third part shows the dependence of the business cycle or the impact of the down economy as in COVID-19 on the increasing cases of domestic violence. The fourth part deals with the problem of decreasing the rate of involvement of women in the labour work/force of India. It discusses the effect of family structure on the participation or non-participation of a woman and emphasizes providing more opportunities that would be suitable for a woman in a particular area. The fifth part tests whether the hypothesis is proved or disproved based on the above-discussed matter and the last part disscuss the policy implications of the different findings