The IT industry is highly developed, nuclear weapons and fast developing economy with a rich culture and resources is the characteristic of India in the 21st century. However, India is also known as their great crime issues, such as corruption and human trafficking.Criminal justice system of India, which has limited resources and its own problems with corruption, has had little impact on trading. According to official statistics, the police are only handled 720 cases of human trafficking nationwide by 2014. Also, when reading articles about Bollywood stars who traveled to Africa to fight human trafficking, the readers are led to think that the victim never India themselves, but those who are trafficked from neighboring countries. In addition, democracy in India also established enough that India, including Bollywood stars, had a great understanding of the human rights of a
Since India’s independence, the subject of poverty in India has remained a major concern. According to the common definition of poverty, when a person can no longer meet the required levels to maintain specified standard of living, they are considered poor .This becomes apparent after just a short amount of time spent in the country. For example, states such as Goa, Delhi and Punjab have relatively low poverty ratios whereas 38% of the population of Bihar and Orissa live below the poverty line, the figures are even worse for Calcutta and Maharashtra pushing nearly 50%.The poverty and situations that people are forced to live in coupled with the burning desire to survive have resulted in people doing some unimaginable things to stay alive .Some sources suggest that now almost 60% of the world poor now call India home. It is also the country with the highest rate of Malnutrition among children under the age of 36 months: a massive
India has a rapid growing economy and a developing social, and they will soon become an economic powerhouse in the world. However, China is one of the most socially and economically advanced countries in the world. India lack multiple components that set them beneath China and the rest of the world. China leads them in all three of the statistics that follow: Poverty, GDP growth, and gender equality. Throughout history China has been more successful than India and it will remain this way, until India changes their ways.
Ranked second after China in total population, which is growing by 20% per decade, excess population is leading to problems that include food shortages, sanitation deterioration and pollution. The living standards of most citizens are not changing. Clean drinking water is in short supply, and severe water shortages are common. Around 60% of India 's GDP is lost to health-related costs. New Delhi and other cities in India are among the most polluted in the world, and car emissions in these urban areas are creating breathing and skin ailments.
Vinay Lamba BA. LLB. Sec A ID: 20141347 Poverty, Social Exclusion and Welfare Poverty is the state of a human being, who lacks the ability to feed himself due to the absence of money. The United Nations fundamentally define poverty as the inability of getting choices and opportunities; a violation of human dignity. It means not having a school or clinic to go to, not having the land on which to grow one’s food or a job to earn one’s living.
This makes India the second most populous country in the world after China. It is predicted that India will surpass China by year 2025. Inspite of the fact that the population polices, family planning and welfare programmes undertaken by the Govt. of India have led decrease in the fertility rate, yet the actual stabilisation
India is the third largest economy in the world. It is also the fastest growing economy in the world with a population of more than 1.3 billion. One third of this population lives under poverty. The multi-dimensional nature of poverty requires a comprehensive set of well-coordinated measures. Economic growth, promotion of human development and targeted programs of poverty alleviation are the three important measure that Government of India use to address poverty.
Reasons for trafficking include both supply and demand factors. Firstly, many researchers argue that poverty adds to the supply of humans available for trafficking. India is a developing country it is known that poverty is still widespread today. Being a poverty stricken country would mean that their living conditions remain unpleasant and undesirable, often leaving them with no power as citizens remain at the disposal of capitalist, especially in the global economy. Individuals in India who participate in criminal actvity are more often than not caught in the cycle of poverty as well, hence seeing the need to to find alternatives for survival.
India is a rapidly growing economy with an ever growing urban population. With the rise in urban population the urban areas in India have become a place to foster poverty and deprivation at a scale and extent previously unseen. It is estimated that by 2030, 590 million people will be living in Indian cities which is nearly twice the population of U.S.A. today. This figure indicates the extent of severity of the future of urban poverty in India. This report is an attempt at understanding the changing scenario of poverty in India and the various concepts and definitions associated with it.
Corruption is a fact of life in India. The problem of corruption is one that has existed as long as humans have had government and administration. Indeed, the presence of corruption within government is perhaps as old as government itself. Independent India, like any other nation, also experiences corruption with all it’s associated effects; what makes corruption in India noteworthy is it’s prevalence, from small bribes offered and accepted on the crossroads to massive multi-million dollar scams that rock the nation and dominate headlines. Indeed, India is ranked 85 on Transparency International’s ranking of how corrupt a country is viewed as by it’s people.