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Siddharth Kumar Choudhary is India’s most famous Internet Celebrity,his Facebook account has about 200K Followers. And the Instagram account has around 200K followers. Now Siddharth Kumar Choudhary is the most popular Internet Celebrity in India.

Local companies and well-known brands are contacting him for collaborations and promotional reasons because of his significant social media presence. Every step is a new opportunity for Siddharth Kumar Choudhary. He is constantly uploading new photo and videos on his Instagram account.


Siddharth Kumar Choudhary is the youngest Indian Singer, Actor, musical artist & Influencer in India, Siddharth's real name is Siddharth Kumar but mostly known by his nickname " Siddharth Kumar Choudhary " Between his fans and he is also a verified artist from this name. Siddharth Kumar Choudhary's YouTube channel is also collected popularity from his unique name.


Siddharth Kumar Choudhary is born on 20 December 2003 and belongs to Muzaffarpur,Bihar. His father, Gopal Kumar Choudhary is a farmer while his mother, Gaytri Devi is House Wife. Siddharth has completed his 12th from D.A.V Public School , NTPC Kanti , Muzaffarpur in 2021.


Siddharth is now just 18 years old and one of the youngest artists in India. At this age, Siddharth Kumar Choudhary is like a model of those guys who want to grow on social media platforms. Siddharth Kumar Choudhary is now the most popular artist in India.

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If you have reached this page, I am sure you are one among those business owners who are going to discuss their experience on selecting the Startup Names successfully in the near future.

It is for sure that you have been through quite a few other guidelines as well for business name selection.

Unfortunately, it is not as easy and straight forward as it seems to be. There is a whole list of aspects that may impact your startup name.

Even after you have finalized your brand name, you need to be sure to check if any of your competitors has not already picked it up. Make sure that the business name you have chosen is not registered or copyrighted by anyone before. Also, check that the same domain name is available and is not used before.

Once you have made sure of the availability of the startup name, it would be a good idea to get the name registered and copyrighted, so that no one else can claim for the same name ever again. Also reserve the same domain name for your business website. Once you have done that, you are almost done with the startup name selection process and you can now move on to business logo designing with other marketing and advertising process for your venture.

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An great session with budding ngo on the theme power of self confidence

With the Founder MOHAMMED SOHAIL and the team member of Avasa Ms Geetika

The session begin with the intro of the both the community ended up with some positivite words shared by the founder. The communication of the both teams was memorable and very much interesting

The founder shared the views and experience on the self confidence

The event was successful with some question and with some useful tips

Given to them..

We hope the NGO avasa foundation reach the heights of success

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The Evergreen fashion industry has been growing since it began and the interest in working in this industry followed the same. This resulted in creating opportunities for models and actors.

Born in Ludhiana, Punjab. Junu Mishra, Often known as Jiya Mishra is a model who aims to work with brands. In the older days, fashion was just about clothes but things are changed now with social media taking over the industry.


Working as a Model, Jiya Mishra has a great fan following. Jiya has yet to receive big works but with her large following and her content, it's for sure that she won't get unnoticed by the clients. Jiya is popular on social media and creates amazing content.


let's hear it from Junu Mishra.

"Honestly speaking, Indian People have a very different perspective when comes to a career as a model, The dark side of this career is what is always talked about. But it's not always about being in the controversies or the centre of media fame. one can silently work and achieve. Probably for me it's the most difficult industry to work in, where you may not have work for a few weeks or even months and it becomes hard to manage the finances. Not only this but also one needs to be fit mentally and physically. Most of the time perhaps all the time you have to be on diet to be trim and to look good, even after all of this the chance of getting an offer from the client is difficult due to huge competition out there. But it's also interesting to work, Where you get a chance to meet good personalities and good people. Apart, this industry always has an opportunity for newcomers"

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Malnutrition

Malnutrition has been defined as “a pathological state resulting from a relative or absolute defi- ciency or excess of one or more essential nutrients”. It comprises four forms: Under nutrition, Over nutrition, Imbalance and Specific deficiency.

Under nutrition is the condition which results when insufficient food is eaten over extended period of time. In extreme cases it is called starvation. Over nutrition is the pathological state resulting from the consumption of excessive quantity of food over an extended period of time, Imbalance is the pathological state resulting from a disproportion among essential nutrients with or without the absolute deficiency of any nutrient.

Specific deficiency is the pathological state resulting from a relative or absolute lack of an individual nutrient.

The effects of malnutrition are different in poor and rich communities. India is an example of a poor country where malnutrition is endemic. Diet survey carried out in India has shown that the average Indian diet is ill balanced with an excess of carbohydrate and very little protective foods like milk, meat, fish, eggs, fruit and leafy vegetables. While under nutrition is the pressing problem in India, the major nutritional problems in many western countries today centre round over nutrition.

Factors Related to Malnutrition:

Malnutrition makes the individual more susceptible to infection and infection in turn is one of the principal contributory factors of malnutrition. Infection such as diarrheas dysenteries, intestinal parasites and worms are caused due to malnutrition. But malnutrition is not always due to shortage of foods.

a) Nutrition is perhaps the most important factor, which affects the health of a person. The body needs a balanced amount of nutrients and energy for its survival and is essential for good health. A balanced diet is needed and it takes into account six different food components which are proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, fibres and water. The needs may depend on your gender, your age, your life type, you health conditions and so on. Intakes of energy and nutrients below or in excess of needs for a prolonged period of time can adversely affect health. Malnutrition is a term which covers problems of both under nutrition and over nutrition.

b) Malnutrition and Social conditions

Malnutrition does not only arise because of insufficient or too much nutrient intake. The problem may also occur because of the society where for example there is a population growth which may lead to insufficient food supply for part of the population. During war time, a similar situation is possible. But these are not the only ways malnutrition can occur in social conditions; teenage girls often have a problem with their body and go on diets and become either anorexic or bulimic

or even both. This is a serious case nowadays since the young part of the population is deeply involved with it and serious troubles are caused. It may lead to psychological problems.

c) Malnutrition and Economical conditions

Malnutrition is also a cause of a poor economy where people do not have the money to

buy food and because of that end up having an unbalanced diet.

"The real problem is money. Food is available, but people can't afford it. We need real

development and income-generating projects. Poor people live on the basic commodities such as bread, tea, sugar and rice.

Status of Malnutrition in India

● The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that 194.4 million people in India (about 14.

● 5% of the total population) are undernourished.

● India ranks 102 out of 117 countries in the Global Hunger Index 2019.

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We are talking about one such musician. Who is going to make his name in the field of Indian music. Whose name is Sahil Raza . And he hails from Jharkhand. He was very fond of music since childhood. He wanted to show something like this in his life. Who became an example for other people or for people of his age and he has also done this. He has come so far in his life. That he has become a source of inspiration for others or for people of his age.


Sahil Raza is a musician as well as a music producer. And he makes his own music for his songs. And he can write songs in many languages. And can sing too. He is reaching new heights day by day. Sahil says that he wants to give such a platform to Indian music. Where Indian music has a different identity and it seems. That he is also seen to be successful in this work.


Sahil Raza has said this while sharing his personal things in a recent interview. That he has not come into a relationship with anyone yet. And he wants to stay away from these things in his life. And he said one thing about his success, he said that the person who dreams. Their dreams are not fulfilled and the person who dreams and works hard to fulfill those dreams. and works diligently. That person definitely gets success one day or the other.


If you are thinking that I should work hard today and I will get the results only today, then it is impossible. These words of Sahil are very important for today’s young people.


If people follow what he said. So he will definitely be successful in his life, Sahil has also announced his upcoming big album Song and he is also very excited about this album song of his.

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Crash Course for TNUSRB PC 2022

(Including Physical Training)


TNUSRB Recruitment Board is currently accepting applications for the jobs of Grade-II Police Constables, Grade-II Jail Warders, Firemen from qualified and experienced individuals. Merit-based criteria will be used to choose candidates.


Register today with Question Cloud to take part in the full crash course and take a free practice test. Question Cloud is India's largest online educational assessment portal offers a comprehensive crash course in both online and offline modes. Register now, at https://www.questioncloud.in


The Complete Crash course training sessions for TNUSRB Police Constable 2022, will shortly begin in Question Cloud. With our thorough lectures, substantial test series and specialized study resources that are offered throughout the program, candidates can enroll in this program and ace the exam very easily.


Call us right away to obtain a complimentary admission.


Features and Details of the Training sessions


  • There are both on-campus and online course options.
  • Separate hostels are located for men and women.
  • Daily exams, 10 practice exams, plus a playground and gym.
  • Location of the residential course: Chengalpattu District's Aksheyaa College of Arts and Science.
  • Details on fees: Online coaching costs 5000 rupees, while residential coaching costs 15000 rupees.
  • To reserve your free seat, call us right now at +91 782 402 5188 +91 782 402 6188 +91 994 056 9880.
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Sumayazakeer, known professionally as 'sumaya N S' is an Indian, artist, YouTuber Personality & Influencer based in Thiruvanathapuram,Kerala (India). Born on 16 - dec - 2003. She was introduced to the music industry launch his first soundtrack which titled as 'The midnight soul, Released by SoundCloud


After some days she release her music on different music platforms like Spotify, GoogleMusic, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Hungama, Gaana, Wynk, jaxtsta, beatport, JioSaavn and many others international

platforms like Deezer, TikTok, Instagram or Facebook library also. She Belongs to Middle family her Father Mr. Sakeer " He is also works as on an Amazon Influencers he uses to promote companies through Instagram 'sumayazakeer' is also well known 'Influencer' personality on Instagram and Facebook and many more Social Media platform!

Sumayazakeer said if you can think then you can do it as well doesn't matter whether you thinking about to fly without wings or want to be a rich as Ambani's are. Without thinking you can't accomplish your goals just thing about your goals then think again that how it could be possible then think again that when you are going to start that thing which will the path of your success. So just think and go for it doesn't stop repeating again don't stop.

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Who is Sonu Parit aka Sønu..?


Sonu Parit is better known as his Stage Name Sønu. Sønu is an Indian Rapper from Kolkata. His full name is Sonu Parit. He was born in 18th Aug 2003 in Howrah, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.


Early Life - Sønu (Sonu Parit), was born August 2003 in Howrah, Kolkata, West Bengal.His Father's name is Manoj Parit, and his Mother's name Ramawati Devi. Sonu has two sisters, Bulbul and Jyoti. He lives with his family in Howrah Kolkata. Sonu Parit is from Siwan, Bihar. He is better known by his stage name Sønu, is an Indian independent rapper from Kolkata. and did his schooling at Shree Hanumaan Jute Mill Hindi High School. He started to gain popularity after the release of his song.


Career : Sønu began his music career with the release of the song "MAA" in 2020, on YouTube and all music streaming platforms including Jio Saavn, YT Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music, When he started his career, his stage name was RA-one, after that in 2021 he changed that to Sønu. Sønu apart from being a rapper, he is also a good Beat producer and Actor. Sonu Parit has recently worked in a bengali serial "Nabab Nandini", in which he will be seen playing a small role of a football player.

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Why are Sales of 3D Cameras Booming Across the World?

For more insights :- https://www.psmarketresearch.com/market-analysis/3d-camera-market


The surging usage of 3D cameras in the media and entertainment industry is causing a sharp surge in their sales across the world. Besides being used extensively in the media and entertainment industry, 3D cameras are also heavily used in the manufacturing and construction industries. The ballooning demand for these cameras is driving the progress of the global 3D camera market. According to P&S Intelligence, a market research company based in India, the market will grow substantially in the future.


Structured light imaging, stereo vision, and time of flight are the most commonly used technologies in 3D cameras. Out of these technologies, the popularity of the stereo vision technology was observed to be the highest in the world during the last few years. This was because of the large-scale adoption of this technology by various camera manufacturing companies, on account of their easier integration in 3D cameras than other technologies.


The major application areas of 3D cameras are smartphones, computers, tablets, professional cameras, and others. The ‘others’ group includes home automation systems, notebooks, and mobile robots. Out of these, the usage of 3D cameras was found to be the highest in professional cameras during the last few years. This was because of the high incorporation of 3D cameras in various professional cameras, primarily in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) and North American regions.


Globally, the 3D camera market is growing rapidly in Europe, North America, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa (LAMEA), and Asia-Pacific (APAC). Out of these, the industry recorded the highest growth in the North American region in the past years. Furthermore, the sales of 3D cameras are predicted to surge sharply in the Asia-Pacific region in the forthcoming years. As per many reports, the industry will generate more than $8,000.0 million revenue.


Some of the major companies manufacturing 3D cameras around the world are Go Pro Inc., Nikon Corporation, Canon Inc., Sony Corporation, Panasonic Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Eastman Kodak Company, LG Electronics Inc., Faro Technologies Inc., and Fujifilm Holdings Corporation. Apart from these companies, the industry is witnessing the emergence of many new firms that are focusing on developing 3D cameras that can be used in home automation and virtual reality (VR) projects and applications.


Therefore, it can be inferred from the above paragraphs that the sales of 3D cameras will rise enormously all over the world in the future years, mainly because of their growing usage in the media and entertainment, manufacturing, and construction industries and their rising popularity among younger consumers in various countries around the world.


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youngest Founder under Sparkling cornexpress media from Hyderabad

He is an undergraduate student in Affiliated college of Osmina University.

He is also an great professional Designer, publisher and community collaboration partner from different parts of India.

He also an founder of Lyfin networks , as event Management and digitaal Nawaabi Magazine. He is Also An co Author of Mutliple Anthologies..


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Education is a weapon to improve one’s life. It is probably the most important tool to change one’s life. Education for a child begins at home. It is a lifelong process that ends with death. Education certainly determines the quality of an individual’s life. Education improves one’s knowledge, skills and develops the personality and attitude. Most noteworthy, Education affects the chances of employment for people. A highly educated individual is probably very likely to get a good job. In this essay on importance of education, we will tell you about the value of education in life and society.

Importance of Education in Life

First of all, Education teaches the ability to read and write. Reading and writing is the first step in Education. Most information is done by writing. Hence, the lack of writing skill means missing out on a lot of information. Consequently, Education makes people literate.


Above all, Education is extremely important for employment. It certainly is a great opportunity to make a decent living. This is due to the skills of a high paying job that Education provides. Uneducated people are probably at a huge disadvantage when it comes to jobs. It seems like many poor people improve their lives with the help of Education.


Better Communication is yet another role in Education. Education improves and refines the speech of a person. Furthermore, individuals also improve other means of communication with Education.


Education makes an individual a better user of technology. Education certainly provides the technical skills necessary for using technology. Hence, without Education, it would probably be difficult to handle modern machines.


People become more mature with the help of Education. Sophistication enters the life of educated people. Above all, Education teaches the value of discipline to individuals. Educated people also realize the value of time much more. To educated people, time is equal to money.


Finally, Educations enables individuals to express their views efficiently. Educated individuals can explain their opinions in a clear manner. Hence, educated people are quite likely to convince people to their point of view.


Importance of Education in Society:-

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First of all, Education helps in spreading knowledge in society. This is perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of Education. There is a quick propagation of knowledge in an educated society. Furthermore, there is a transfer of knowledge from generation to another by Education.

Education helps in the development and innovation of technology. Most noteworthy, the more the education, the more technology will spread. Important developments in war equipment, medicine, computers, take place due to Education.


Conclusion

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Education is a ray of light in the darkness. It certainly is a hope for a good life. Education is a basic right of every Human on this Planet. To deny this right is evil. Uneducated youth is the worst thing for Humanity. Above all, the governments of all countries must ensure to spread Education.

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Ballooning Sales of Automobiles Propelling Demand for Automotive E-Tailing


For more insights:- https://www.psmarketresearch.com/market-analysis/automotive-e-tailing-market


The rising penetration of the internet and the growing popularity of online shopping are the main factors fueling the demand for automotive e-tailing services across the world. In addition to this, the soaring sales of automobiles are propelling the requirement for automotive e-tailing services. In the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, automobile sales have grown massively in China and India in the last five years and this trend will continue in the forthcoming years as well.


In North America, Mexico, Canada, and the U.S. are witnessing sharp surge in the sales of automobiles. The sales of automobiles have also risen sharply in the Middle-East countries and Australia and Iran over the last few years and this trend is likely to continue in the upcoming years as well. Automotive e-tailing basically refers to the online selling of various automotive parts and components such as interior accessories, electrical and electronics products, infotainment multimedia, tires and wheels, and powertrain.


One of the emerging trends currently being witnessed in the automotive e-tailing market is the increasing number of start-ups and the entry of several new players in the global e-commerce industry. In addition to this, the governments of several countries are providing these startups financial assistance and enacting various favorable trade policies. The leading automotive e-tailing companies are rapidly expanding their manufacturing facilities via partnerships in order to meet the escalating requirement for automotive e-tailing.


Geographically, the demand for automotive e-tailing was found to be the highest in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region in the past years and this trend will continue in the coming years as well. This will be because of the surging sales of automobiles, the increasing number of mobile internet users, and the rapidly growing economies of the regional countries. The requirement for automotive e-tailing is also predicted to be very high in North America and Europe in the coming years.


Hence, it is safe to say that the demand for automotive e-tailing will shoot-up across the world in the future years, mainly because of the mushrooming sales of automobiles and the rising popularity of online shopping all over the world.


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Shashikant Gupta Biography,

girlfriend, age, & more.


Shashikant Gupta was born on 14 November 2006. ( age:16 years).

At Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh India. Shashikant Gupta started his career as a Music director and producer. Shashikant Gupta is a independent artist.

Girlfriend :

Shashikant Gupta is still single now. He never says something about his personal life


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Why Are Vertical Farming Crops Nutritious?


For more insights :-https://www.psmarketresearch.com/market-analysis/vertical-farming-market


Vertical farming or indoor farming offers advantages like less-water consumption, low-transportation cost, and minimized washing and processing of food products. These have led to the increasing adoption of this farming technique, in recent years. This cultivation method uses controlled environment agriculture (CEA) technology and produces food products through shipping containers, vertically stacked layers, and skyscrapers.


Moreover, the soaring focus on healthy lifestyle will also support the market growth during the forecast period. Indoor farming helps in the production of organic foods, which are cultivated without the use of genetically modified organisms, pesticides, and artificial fertilizers. People across the world are preferring organic foods over non-organic foods, as the former is perceived as more nutritional than the latter. Vertical farming allows for the development of organic products that are effective in creating natural organic micro-greens.


Currently, the world is witnessing a surge in the migration from rural to urban areas, on account of the booming population. This has led to robust change in lifestyle, increase in per capita income, and growth in health consciousness among customers. Owing to these changes, consumption of organic foods, produced through vertical farming, have increased significantly. Besides, rising focus on reliable cultivation methods, irrespective of climatic conditions, is encouraging farmers to undertake eco-friendly production methods. This has led to the widescale adoption of vertical farming for the production of fresh vegetables and fruits.


Another growth driver of the vertical farming market is the expansion of the pharmaceutical industry across the globe. In recent years, the production of pharmaceutical products has tremendously increased, on account of the high prevalence of diseases and high demand for personal care products. Pharmaceutical companies are opting for indoor farming to produce a range of medicinal plants, which are required for the production of pharmaceutical products. These companies are producing their patented products from raw seeds and offer proprietary goods to the cosmetic, nutraceutical, and medicinal sectors.


In recent years, companies and individuals are using internet of things (IoT) sensors in indoor farming to enhance their productivity. IoT allows commercial cultivators to store information detected via sensors in cloud storage or any other medium of storage. The farmers are utilizing complex sensors to screen the plants entirely, without manual support. Information gathered from the IoT sensors is stored in cloud platform for analyzing and performing appropriate actions, thereby, improving the productivity of farms with better monitoring in real time and less wastage.


Globally, the Asia-Pacific vertical farming market is expected to display the fastest growth in the forecast period. This can be attributed to the reducing fertile agricultural land in the region, on account of the surging population among APAC nations. The fertile farm lands in India and China are reducing at a rapid pace, on account of the huge population base and rapid urbanization in these countries. Moreover, the rising per capita and disposable income across the region will facilitate the market growth in the coming years.


With the increasing shift toward organic food and the environment-friendly cultivation methods, individuals and corporates are switching toward vertical farming, globally.

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Juvenile Delinquency in India


Who is a Juvenile?


Before the passage of The Children Act, 1960, there was no agreement in India regarding the age limit for a minor offender, and each country had its definition of who should be considered a "Child." The Juvenile Justice Act of 2015 defines "child" as "a child under the age of 18," while the JJ Act of 1986 sets the age limit for boys and girls aged 16 and 18, respectively. In serious cases, however, the situation is aggravated by the fact that the child is 16 years old so that he or she can graduate.[1]


The Juvenile Justice Act of 1986 defines a “Child” as a person who, in the case of a boy, is not yet 16 years old and, if a girl, is not yet 18 years of age. In fulfillment of its international obligations, India repealed the Act and replaced it with The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, which eliminated the age difference between a boy and a girl and established the age of the child for alleged criminal violations. 18 years at the time of the crime.[2]


What is Juvenile Delinquency?


Juvenile delinquency is a crime against a young adult who can be sentenced to death or life imprisonment. Juvenile delinquency is a violation of the law on youth who have not been punished with death or life imprisonment.[3]


Legal Provisions under the current code


Various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) work with children.

There are several caves for children, including the fact that they cannot be punished if they are under the age of IPC. Sections 82 and 83 of the Indian Penal Code provide for protection from persecution. Offenders under the age of 18 are given criminal fines. This protection can be seen in the context of child justice.


Article 82: Law for a child under the age of seven: No action for a child under the age of seven is an offense.


Article 83: The law on a child over the age of seven years but under the age of 12 years who is not mature enough to understand the consequences of his or her actions and behavior in the event: Protection for minors under 18 years of age.


If a child commits a crime and is known as an adult, he or she bears the full responsibility, according to the Indian Penal Code. However, the child is free to respond until the age of 18, or 16 in the event of serious offenses, according to the Juvenile Justice Act 2015. In the history of India, many laws have been passed to properly care for and protect the child. In addition, instead of spending time in prison, young people are sent to rehabilitation centers. Bihar Empire v. Mesh Singh Arvind Singh is the only defendant in this case. He was still young when the crime was committed. He was charged with murder under Section 302 read by 149 of the IPC, as well as injuring with a firearm under Section 324 read with section 148 of the IPC and using unlicensed firearms under Section 27 of the Arms Act, 1959. He was 13 years old at the time of the incident. The juvenile criminal was tried alongside adult defendants, and the court found them guilty of the crime. During the trial in ‘Trial Court or High Court,' the issue of the juvenile's trial under the Cr. P. C. was not raised.[4]


Juvenal Courts


The children's court often referred to as the children's court is responsible for dealing with children who have been a criminal, neglected, or abused person. Court hearings should be conducted freely with the father so that the child is treated in a pleasant and friendly manner. Under the Juvenile Justice Act and the Criminal Code Procedure Rules, children should not be brought before ordinary criminal courts; the purpose of the special court is to social and legal reform instead of punishment. The children's court considers two types of cases: civil cases involving the care of an abandoned child or a child whose parents cannot care for them, and criminal cases involving child misconduct. When it comes to courts for children, the Juvenile Justice Board will try them if they are found to be under 16 years of age. Magistrate or Chief Magistrate of Justice. The first-ever magistrates do not belong to the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate or Chief Justice. The two social workers are female social workers for at least seven years of health, education, or welfare, and are psychological, social, or legal. There could be a maximum three-year sentence. Second, if young people are 16-18 and have committed a serious crime in terms of the Youth Justice Act, 2015, the child will be prosecuted as an adult in the Children's Court. A children's court can be an existing child-related court or a special court designed to deal with cases in terms of the JJ Act. And it could impose sanctions for up to three years, but not death or imprisonment. If a young person is found guilty of an offense, he or she is sentenced to a prison term until the age of 21 years. The People's Justice Act of 2015 also requires the establishment of all sections of the Juvenile Justice Boards and Child Care Committees.[5]


- Dikshant Gupta (Legal Intern) Hamari Pahchan NGO


[1] Pradhan, Rohit, “Critical Analysis: Juvenile Justice Act, 2015”, 2020.

[2] https://www.yourarticlelibrary.com/essay/juvenile-delinquency/characteristics-of-juveniledelinquents-in-india/43994.

[3] https://blog.ipleaders.in/critical-analysis-of-juvenile-justice-act-2000.

[4] Pradhan, Rohit, “Critical Analysis: Juvenile Justice Act, 2015”, 2020.

[5] Azam, Md. Farman, “Juvenile Delinquency in India”, Burnished Law Journal, Volume 2 Issue 3, 2021, pg. 728-736.

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Domestic energy bills will rise faster this winter than previously forecast by the energy regulator Ofgem, its chief executive has admitted to MPs.

Jonathan Brearley said in late May that a typical household would pay £800 a year more from October.

But, while giving evidence to MPs, he said it was "clear" that estimate for winter bills now looked too low.

The original figure was used by ministers when deciding how much to pay in direct assistance this winter.

One industry analyst has predicted a rise of more than £1,200 a year in October. Cornwall Insight said that the typical domestic customer was likely to pay £3,244 a year from October, then £3,363 a year from January.


About 23 million households in England, Wales and Scotland have their bills governed by the energy price cap. That limits the amount suppliers can charge per unit of energy, and the standing charge, and is set every six months. From this winter, it is expected that this will change to a three-month period.

Mr Brearley said in May that a typical household gas and electricity bill on the price cap would increase to £2,800 a year, owing to continued volatility in gas prices.

But on Monday, he told MPs on the Public Accounts Committee that it was "clear", given the current "pricing dynamics" and the ongoing war in Ukraine, that "prices are looking higher than they did when we made that estimate".

However, he would not be drawn on exactly how much higher bills would be, ahead of the official announcement in the coming weeks.

Starting later this week, direct payments will be made to low-income households to help with the cost of living and covering energy bills.

Sarah Munby, permanent secretary at the Department for Business, said ministers would "keep a close eye" on whether this policy should go further if bills rose higher than expected

Ofgem also told MPs that it had found issues with direct debit demands from suppliers, during a review following accusations that companies increased customers' direct debit payments by "more than is necessary".

More details will be announced in the coming days.

Criticism of regulation

Soaring wholesale prices meant around 30 suppliers have collapsed during the crisis that has hit the sector. A total of 26 remain in the market.

About 2.4 million customers were automatically moved to a rival company when their own supplier folded. Typically, according to Citizens Advice, they had to pay an extra £30 a month for the duration of their original contract, as they were shifted to a more expensive tariff.

In addition, the cost of these failures totalled £2.7bn - a tab which was spread across all billpayers in Britain at a cost of about £94 each, not just those of the failed companies. This is before taking into account the potentially multi-billion charge that households could face due to the collapse of Bulb Energy, which is in special administration.

Last month, it was announced that Hayden Wood, who was the company's boss and co-founder, would leave at the end of July.

In June, the National Audit Office (NAO) said Ofgem had allowed an energy market to develop that was vulnerable to large shocks.

The NAO said that Ofgem had decided on a "low bar" approach for allowing new domestic energy suppliers into the market to encourage competition and choice for customers after the market had been dominated by six big companies

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