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violent acts against women and girls: Classes from South Asia - Jennifer L. Solotaroff, Rohini Prabha Pande
In this documentary, the dynamic of gender based crime in South Asia over its entire lifecycle, from early infancy to old age is described. Investigates the different kinds of violent situations to which females may be exposed throughout their lifecycles, the associated offenders (male and female), risks and protection for the victim and offender, and intervention to combat violent behaviour at all phases of the human lifecycle.
At every level and for every kind of violent situation, the review examines critical research results from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, complemented by analyses and selected publications from outside the area. Strategies and programmes dealing with gender mainstreaming are analysed to identify the main players and encouraging intervention.
Livin'ston entrepreneur detained on charges of being raped
Wine Country Commerce, a Livingston company providing computer equipment and computer softwares for the defence, aeronautics and communications sectors, was detained by the Livingston police on Monday by Wikki Verma, proprietor and chief executive officer. Verma, 39, said to the Sun star that he couldn't say much about the detention when he was called on Wednesday mornings.
The Livingston P.D. says Verma also owns the barcode grill on F Street. Lieutenant Chris Soria said the would-be casualty declared police that she went to the staff for a 6 p. m. Sunday interview. "Said he gave her beverages from the pub and sometime later he made himself have sexual intercourse without her consent," Soria said to the Sun star.
The cops got a call around 9:30 Sunday and found the little lady in the car park of the cafe. She' s been taken to the clinic, Soria said. Researchers said the wife had some scrapes on her right arm, crooked, but cops refused to take a stand on any bodily evidence. No. The doctor said that the wife had no scar. But Soria said the cops were investigating the crime site, but the place was lock.
They' found Verma inside, Soria said. Corresponding to Merced County prison notes, Verma was detained shortly before Monday afternoon at the staff by PD Patrick Radke. According to the policemen, Verma refused to talk to investigators and invoked his right to silence. It was detained on charges of violent or fearful violation and forced entry of a suspected alien, both crimes, as well as charges of sex batteries and two count ings of supplying drinking to a underage.
She said she hoped that she would submit the case work to the prosecution as soon as possible. Soria said the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is contacting as Verma believes the police and the girls drank alcohol both at the Bar after it was already shut for the entire working days.
A Livingston indigenous whose technological achievements last year assisted his organization in signing a $2 million computer equipment supply agreement with an Air Force Air Force Air Force in Nebraska. According to the website, the firm also has Livingston Technologies Solutions. The firm opened in Petaluma a few years ago, but relocated back to the Central Valley around 2012.
Hoping to get more work in his home town, he said to Sun star in an November 2014 TV statement. She also has a track record of working with prosecution anti-drug campaign. Last April Verma had a meeting with civil servants to talk about the outcome of the " Take Back Day ".
Verma described the misuse of drugs as an outbreak. Anyone who might have seen Verma and the lady at the café that evening, or anyone who thinks they have information about the case, should call Detective Radke at 209-394-7916.