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Crime Survelliance And Intelligence Council (CSIC) is a reputed Secret Crime Informer and Intelligence workers organization in India. In the post it was tasked with all intelligence but in recent times it has focused on internal security. The CSIC is national basic Secret Intelligence worker’s organization. Who are you dedicated to do some they respected intelligence work for there own country to make crime free Platform for all Indians.

We Proved secrete information for Corruption Investigation, Crime Investigation, Drugs. Antics, Illegal Post, Stamp Paper and Weapons to CBI, Vigilance, Crime Branch, Home ministry, Ministry of Defence, Central government, State government, Local Police and its Administration

CSIC working against all type of Crime to make our Society Care free and safe. CSIC is an Anti-Crime workers Organization who are devoted or dedicated to do Something respected work for their own Country to make Crime and Corruption free platform for the Coming Generation in the near future.

We take urgent step & Investigation from different sectors of our crime intelligence teams for Crime, Corruption, Human Right Protection, Child Labor, Woman Protection, Bonded labor all Illegal works under Indian Penal Act.

We Provide Crime Information to honorable president, prime minister, Home minister, chief minister, chief Justice, lok sabha president, Supreme Court, High Court, Income Tax Department, Vigilance Department, Crime Branch C.B.I. Raw, I.B, C.I.D, Print Media, Electronic Media, Senior Journalist, Police and its administration etc.

b. Corruption information

c. Secret information

Crime Survelliance And Intelligence Council is a reputed intelligence workers organization in India. In the post it was tasked with all intelligence but in recent times it has focused on internal security. We are the one who dedicated to do some they respected intelligence work for there own country to make crime free civilization for citizen of India. We Proved secrete information for fake currency, narcotics, Drugs. Antics, Illegal Post, Stamp paper and Weapons to CBI, Vigilance, Crime Branch, Home ministry, Ministry of defense, Central And state Government, Local Police and its administration
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Inviting all professional, self employed, service class Students, Businessmen, Housewives, Retd. Persons etc., to earn extraaaa income , without any experience, educational background Special Intelligence Unit is India’s leading investigative intelligence agency. Members of Special Intelligence Unit will get remuneration from Rs. 5,000/- to Rs. 50,000/- on each assignment. They will be provided complete technical know how and backup.

d. Terrorism information

Terrorism is the use of force or violence against persons or property in violation of the criminal laws of the United States for purposes of intimidation, coercion, or ransom.

Terrorists often use threats to:
Create fear among the public.
Try to convince citizens that their government is powerless to prevent terrorism.
Get immediate publicity for their causes.
Acts of terrorism include threats of terrorism; assassinations; kidnappings; hijackings; bomb scares and bombings; cyber attacks (computer-based); and the use of chemical, biological, nuclear and radiological weapons.
High-risk targets for acts of terrorism include military and civilian government facilities, international airports, large cities, and high-profile landmarks. Terrorists might also target large public gatherings, water and food supplies, utilities, and corporate centers. Further, terrorists are capable of spreading fear by sending explosives or chemical and biological agents through the mail.
Within the immediate area of a terrorist event, you would need to rely on police, fire, and other officials for instructions. However, you can prepare in much the same way you would prepare for other crisis events.

e. Police public friendship
f. Human right protection
g. Social detective
h. Child right protection

Some general rights applicable to children include:
the right to life.
the right to security of person.
the right to freedom from torture.
Rights to Education, Voice, Legal, Food, Health
the right to freedom from cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
the right to be separated from adults when charged with a crime, the right to speedy adjudication, and the right to be accorded treatment appropriate to their age.

A child is any human being below the age of eighteen years, unless under the law applicable to the child, majority is attained earlier.” There are no definitions of other terms used to describe young people such as “adolescents”, “teenagers,” or “youth” in international law, but the children’s rights movement is considered distinct from the youth rights movement.

Human rights apply to all age groups; children have the same general human rights as adults. In 1989, however, world leaders decided that children needed a special convention just for them because people under 18 years old often need special care and protection that adults do not. The leaders also wanted to make sure that the world recognized that children have human rights too. The Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) is the first legally binding international instrument to incorporate the full range of human rights—including civil, cultural, economic, political and social rights.

Children’s rights in the human rights framework

The Convention on the Rights of the Child sets out the rights that must be realized for children to develop their full potential, free from hunger and want, neglect and abuse. It reflects a new vision of the child. Children are neither the property of their parents nor are they helpless objects of charity. They are human beings and are the subject of their own rights. The Convention offers a vision of the child as an individual and as a member of a family and community, with rights and responsibilities appropriate to his or her age and stage of development. By recognizing children’s rights in this way, the Convention firmly sets the focus on the whole child

i. Consumer rights

The Consumer Protection Act guarantees the following six Consumers Rights:
Right to Safety: The right to be protected against the marketing of goods and services, which are hazardous to life and property.
Right to be informed: The right to be informed about thequality, quantity, potency, purity, standard and price of goods or services, as the case may be so as to protect the consumer against unfair trade practices.
Right to Choose: The right to be assured, wherever possible, access to a variety of goods and services at competitive prices.
Right to be heard: The right to be heard and to be assured that consumer’s interests will receive due consideration at appropriate fora.
Right to Redressal: The right to seek redressal against unfair trade practices or restrictive trade practices or unscrupulous exploitation of consumers.
Right to Consumer Education

The consumer rights protection in india
In India The Consumer protection act, 1986 is governing consumer protection. Under this law, Separate Consumer Dispute Redress Forums have been set up throughout India in each and every district in which a consumer [complaint can be filed by both the consumer of a goods as well as of the services] can file his complaint on a simple paper with nominal court fees and his complaint will be decided by the Presiding Officer of the District Level. Appeal could be filed to the State Consumer Disputes Redress Commissions and after that to the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC). The procedures in these tribunals are relatively less formal and more people friendly and they also take less time to decide upon a consumer dispute when compared to the years long time taken by the traditional Indian judiciary. In recent years, many effective judgment have been passed by some state and National Consumer Forums. The Contract Act of 1982 act lays down the conditions in which promises made by parties to a contract will be legally binding on each other.It also lays down the remedies available to aggregate party if the other party fails to honour his promise. The Sale of Goods Act of 1930 act provides some safeguards to buyers of goods if goods purchased do not fulfill the express or implied conditions and warranties. The Agriculture Produce Act of 1937 act provides grade standards for agricultural commodities and live stock products.It specifies the conditions which govern the use of standards and lays down the procedure for grading, marking and packaging of agricultural produce