• women safety
    Most safe place for women :-Is India As compare to the other countries INDIA is only country where women got the respective position .Here women has not only gone to the space , in fact they are worshiped as a lord.In one of the village of India ,there is still PANCHAALI PRATHA is going on,where...
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  • Social Injustice's of Women in India
    Violations Against Women in India Women all over the world are affected by social injustice. In many countries rules and laws have been put in place to ensure the equal treatment of women. Although these laws and rules have not kept things perfect they have helped to maintain a balance...
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    5/7/13 A summary of Vishaka case, Supreme Court, 1997 for Sexually Harassed women in India | Sexual Harassment at Work Place in India Sexual Harassment at Work Place in India Working on to save Indian working women from Sexual Harassment at Workplaces HOME ABOUT US CONTACT US...
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  • Women in India
    of wages, position at the work place. In rural India, agriculture and allied industrial sectors employ as much as 89.5% of the total female labour.[39] In overall farm production, women's average contribution is estimated at 55% to 66% of the total labour. According to a 1991 World Bank report, women...
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    and female foeticide rampantly taking place in India. In fact, Madurai (a district in Tamil Nadu), has been named the “Female Foeticide Capital” of India. Even today, women are molested are eve-teased, molested, sexually abused and raped. It is a common mistake to think that women are safe at their...
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  • India
    opportunities to advance their daily lives as it was shown in the DVD 1-800-India. The BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) is the main reason cities like Gurgaon is advancing today in a rapid pace. This process has affected many people, mostly women. Women’s place in Indian society is not what it...
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  • women in india
    women in India now are more educated and more aware of the world. they now stand equal with the men, in some places or careers women have even overthrown the heights the men have reached. today's women is unstoppable, gone is the women who was vulnerable, unprotected, uneducated and abused. todays...
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  • Gender Roles in Ancient Egypt, Rome, and India
    place to place. There is not a set standard that applies to every place all over the world. Men are usually of higher position than women but not always. In this paper I will tell you specifically about the gender roles, mostly of women, in India, Egypt, and Rome. In India, the women are controlled...
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  • Home Maker
    workforce in software industry is female. They are at par with their male counter parts in terms of wages and the position at the work place Women – the most targeted TG 54% of the advertising is targeted towards Housewives. LV Krishnan, CEO TAM Time spend by different demographics on TV...
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  • Women Empowerment
    country. An Overview of Constitutional Provisions for Empowering Women in India The constitution of India provides for:- (i) equality before law for all persons (Article-14); (ii) prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth (Article 15(i...
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  • Status of Women in India
    is how the status of Indian women is going down. The women can get back their rightful place in society if law is properly enforced to check male-superiority. Women in ancient India were held in high esteem. The position of a woman in the Vedas and the Upanishads was that of a mother (maata) or...
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  • women empowerment for
    WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IS GETTING A REALITY!!!! India, which is a conglomerate of diverse ethnic, linguistic and geographical features, today is at the cusp of a paradigm change in its growth and its position in the world. However, India is even known for its sobriquet 'male-chauvinistic nation...
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    government and we are still moving forward, not too long ago Hilary Clinton( women in picture!) ran for president and ended up being one of the candidates while in India, women are seen as caretakers. They don’t have the freedom that American women have. They are still told what to wear, and don’t have...
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  • Natal Care Practices and Its Determinants Among Tribals in India
    ) observed the place of residence to affect the rise of antenatal services; women living in urban areas were more likely to opt for antenatal services and institutional deliveries. Similar observations have been reported from Peru by Elo (1987) and from India by Padam Singh and R.J. Yadav (2009). It can be...
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  • Equality in India
    measures in ensuring equality of all Indians as laid down by law. Article 14 guarantees equality before law as well as equal protection of the law to all persons within the territory of India. Article 15 prohibits discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth, or any of...
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  • Women Empowerment
    Indian. He gave India a living& organic Constitution, enshrining in it all those conditions which are necessary to promote fraternity among all citizens of free India, including women.. Discrimination on the basis of caste, religion, sex, creed, place of birth was codified as illegal acts under...
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  • Women Rights
    victim of patriarchal and religious control. Images of instances of ‘sati’ and stories of mass foeticide have helped form in the western mind the stereotypical ignorant and backward Indian women. However there is a ‘rich history linked to the social reform movements’ that were taking place in India in...
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  • Compare and Contrast
    still in place. The men in India made all the decisions and control the business and financial affairs. When it comes to marriage, the men are allowed to turn down an arrangement, but the women are not. There are number of things that Indians use to symbolize that they are married. They are not big...
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  • Women Dowery Deaths in India
    today. ("India dowry" p67) The marriages that take place are all arranged and can take place even as children, teenagers, and twenty-year-old businessmen and women that has to yield to the practice in society. Women that do choose their own mates are not exempt from the dowry and often face anger...
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  • women empowerment
    Work & Public Places, Domestic Abuse at Home and more In this contemporary world, women need to gain the same amount of power that men have. Now, it is time to forget that men are the only holders of power. In India, women are still facing different obstacles in male-dominated cultures. The...
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