I read in Malcolm Gladwell book that the more media focused on suicides, the suicide rates increased. Once they got bored of it, suicide rates went away. However, again he might be overreaching the argument which is the biggest argument against his book. He makes simple narratives to complex problems and they make sense.
No amount of laws is going to protect innocent. This is a fight of society as collective towards miscreants. There is no simple resolution to things. First I thought every crime had a backstory from watching so many detectives series. But that isn't true.
Making laws would not hinder the crime but rather add more innocent in the criminal system. The biggest example is prohibition era in the USA which made people who drink alcohol an enemy of the state. It only increased the crime. Same is true with Gujarat. I am not sure how China managed to successfully fight cyber crimes by banning all the sites. But are they an outlier or the feature?
Section 498a is a restitution that have made more women criminals rather than protect them. A law made to protect them is making them criminals. Women in 70s and 80s who can't even walk are sent to the Jail.
What do you feel about those laws?
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Yalu River Bridge near Dandong, China, North Korea 🌃
Questa invece è la bellissima chiesa collegiata di Santa Maria Maggiore di Alatri che risale al V secolo. Fu edificata sulle rovine di un tempio pagano.
Avete notato l'aspetto romanico-gotico? Questo si deve principalmente alle profonde modificazioni operate nel XIII secolo...
Alatri é piccola ma devo dire che è un vero e proprio gioiellino non molto distante dalla capitale e facilmente raggiungibile in macchina