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Can failed affair lead to rape charges? Supreme Court asks - The Times of India
both yes and no. no consensus as yet. so beware.

From India, Delhi
The ACT is in place, however, the ACT requires the employers to educate the employees about ASH thru' training, awareness programs at regular intervals.
The act has recommended that if an employer fails to constitute an Internal Complaints Committee or does not comply with any provisions contained therein, the Sexual Harassment Act prescribes a monetary penalty of up to INR 50,000 (approx. US$1,000). A repetition of the same offence could result in the punishment being doubled and / or de-registration of the entity or revocation of any statutory business licenses.
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Several large and small corporates have introduced the solutions to their employees and have adhered to the requirreent of the ACT.

From India, Bangalore
Several large and small corporates have introduced the solutions to their employees and have adhered to the requirreent of the ACT.
attribution https://www.citehr.com/458916-sexual...#ixzz36Smd7CoD
Does any one has any report that such measures have stopped/minimized/decreased sexual harassment complaints?

From India, Delhi
Supreme Court wisely calls for safeguards to prevent misuse of anti-dowry law | Times of India Blogs
Against this backdrop, it is welcome that the Supreme Court has directed the police to first satisfy themselves of the necessity for arrest under Section 41 of the Criminal Procedure Code before making arrests in anti-dowry cases. Further, the magistrate too would have to record its satisfaction before authorising detention of the accused.
In this regard, there is an urgent need to review our approach towards gender crime laws in general.

From India, Delhi
In this regard, there is an urgent need to review our approach towards gender crime laws in general.
attribution https://www.citehr.com/458916-sexual...#ixzz36TCJt3Uv

From India, Delhi
Jump in dowry arrests, not many convicted - The Times of India
SC is silent on misusers.

From India, Delhi

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