• women atrocities in indian society
    Social Injustice's of Women in India By strorebe17 | May 2010 Zoom InZoom Out Page 1 of 7 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...
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  • Role of Indian Women
    Women in India constitute nearly 50% of its population. According to 1991 census, there were 40.6 crores of women as against 43.7 crores of men. Roughly, there are 929 women for every 1000 men. Man considers woman to be frail and weak by nature. She is shorter and delicate compared to the strongly...
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  • Passage to India
    that Makes up a Women Ms. Boness English(II) P.4 04/05/07 Throughout the majority of time, women have been subordinate to men within many societies. During the Indian Colonial period, women in England began fighting for their right to be equal to the men. While in British India, women did the opposite;...
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  • Status of Women in India
    Women were considered inferior to men in practical life. But in scriptures they were given high position. Thus in past, the status of women in India was not clear. It was theoretically high but practically low. Women were prohibited to take part in domestic as well as in external matter. They were under...
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  • Witch Hunting in Adivasi Society(Special Reference to North Bengal)
    umbrella term for a heterogeneous set of ethnic and tribal groups believed to be the aboriginal population of India. They comprise a substantial indigenous minority of the population of India. Adivasi societies are particularly present in the Indian states of Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Rajasthan...
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  • Commerce
    Repositioning Women through Cooperatives and Dynamics of Social Inclusion Repositioning Women through Cooperatives and Dynamics of Social Inclusion: An Indian Perspective Bishnu Mohan Dash1 Abstract The term women’s empowerment has always been a subject of discussion among academicians, development...
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  • Hindu Succession Act
    Indian inheritance law & Women in India - if a childless widow dies intestate, everything that belongs to her goes to her in¬ laws, and that includes all the wealth she acquired in her lifetime through her own efforts. However, if a widower dies in a similar fashion, his property will go only to his...
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  • Equality in India
    Equality in India Introduction Equality in India is a relatively recent concept as enshrined in our Constitution. The Right to Equality is a Fundamental Right, and our Constitution gives all Indians the right to practice it, irrespective of caste, creed, economic status, race or gender. Ancient Indian...
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  • Dr. Amdebkar and Women Empowerment
    AMBEDKAR AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT Introduction “When women move forward, the family moves, the village moves and the nation moves. Those, who will understand, will lay foundation of a great nation.” Indeed, History suggest this as well that western societies which promoted women’s rights, freedom, self-reliance...
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  • Poverty, livelihood & Exclusion of Muslim Women
    Poverty, Livelihood And Exclusion Of Muslim Women In India By- Abhiwaqti Trivedi ...
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  • Memeories
    As a woman in India, I find that the society is changing a lot in terms of acceptance of the many roles of women as professionals, as bread-earners in families and as independent thinking individuals. Women have proved themselves as equals in many professions as well as proved themselves even better...
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  • Political Participation of Women in India
    in national decisionmaking institutions has important consequences for women and for thelegitimacy of the institutions. Where women constitute half the population in apolitical system which supports equality and where both women and men arelegally eligible for political office, women’s participation...
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  • Women Empowerment
    Women’s Empowerment Source: www.undp.org UNDP promotes equality between women and men through 'gender mainstreaming.' The organization’s corporate strategy on gender is designed to integrate the promotion of women’s empowerment and equality fully in the organization's core business. This strategy...
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  • India: Second Ngo Shadow Report
    India: Second NGO Shadow Report On CEDAW Coordinated by National Alliance of Women (NAWO) Executive Summary The 2nd and 3rd NGO Alternative Report on CEDAW -- INDIA has just been submitted to the UN CEDAW Committee and is coming up for review in January 2007 in New York. Each of the chapters in...
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  • Women Empowerment
    Orissa Review 50% Reservation of Women in Panchayats : A Step towards Gender Equity Dr. I. Jaya Bharati The State Government will soon take steps to reserve 50% positions for women in Panchayati Raj institutions from 2012 elections as their role in these Bodies is significant, Hon ble Chief Minister...
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  • Lives of Men and Wemen
    1992-93 figures, only 9.2% of the households in India were female-headed. However, approximately 35% of the households below the poverty line were found to be female-headed.[37] [edit] EducationThough it is gradually rising, the female literacy rate in India is lower than the male literacy rate. Compared...
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  • Women in India
    WOMEN IN INDIA The status of women in India has been subject to many great changes over the past few millennia. From equal status with men in ancient times through the low points of the medieval period, to the promotion of equal rights by many reformers, the history of women in India has been eventful...
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  • Modern Indian Women
    MODERN INDIAN WOMEN The status of women in modern India is a sort of a paradox. If on one hand she is at the peak of ladder of success, on the other hand she is mutely suffering the violence afflicted on her by her own family members. As compared with past women in modern times have achieved a lot but...
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  • Women Empowerment
    and of equal and inalienable rights to all the members of the society. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted and proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 10th December 1948, envisaged in Article 2 that "every one is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this...
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  • Women in India
    The status of women in India has been subject to many great changes over the past few millennia.[2][3] From equal status with men in ancient times[4]through the low points of the medieval period,[5] to the promotion of equal rights by many reformers, the history of women in India has been eventful. In...
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