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Child

For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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He said 10 culprits of child abuse had been awarded 25 years imprisonment, 04 had been awarded 20 years imprisonment, 02 awarded 15 years imprisonment, 7 awarded 14 years imprisonment, 02 awarded 12 years imprisonment, 19 persons awarded 10 years imprisonment, 05 awarded 07 years imprisonment, 02 awarded 05 years imprisonment, 06 awarded 03 years imprisonment and 08 culprits had been awarded 02 years imprisonment in child abuse cases.
A shocking revelation in the report states that a 100 percent increase in child abuse by landlords was observed in 2017.
Failing to report child abuse can lead to prosecution in the UAE.
The Government of Pakistan has taken several initiatives for addressing issues regarding child abuse and maltreatment.
These include information dissemination against child abuse and implementation of psychosocial interventions geared toward the recovery, healing and reintegration of victims-survivors,' Taguiwalo said in a statement.
And nearly 90 percent believe there is a role for every person, neighborhood, group and organization to prevent child abuse and neglect.
In Pakistan like wise other part of the third world countries child labour is leading source of child abuse.
Dependent variable: teaching bad effect of child abuse by electronic software Independent variable: child abuse behaviors of children
The Child Abuse Prevention Center is dedicated to serving at-risk children and families in crisis.
The criteria for selecting studies were as follows: a) articles written in Greek and English, and b) articles that referred to the subject of this review using the terms child abuse, consequences, prevention, and treatment.
There is no disputing that child abuse is a serious and pervasive worldwide problem.
Perhaps the most startling truth about deaths from child abuse is how common it is in the U.

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