• Crime Against Women
    RISING CRIME AGAINST WOMEN IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. The rising crime rate against women especially children in developing countries is appalling. The lethargy of law enforcement agencies have rendered otherwise tough laws redundant. Corruption is the worst nightmare for women. India a relatively...
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  • Essay
    demand Reservation with the Right conditions and laws. Demand the economic reservation for the first two kids only. Reality of Indian politics and India about Women Reservation Policy – Indians are debating do we need women reservation on the same time, 2nd hand all the political business...
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  • Women & Education
    the central issue in determining the status of women . The National Commission of Women was set up by an Act of Parliament in 1990 to safeguard the right and legal entitlements of women .The 73rd and 74th Amendments (1993) to the constitution of India have provided for reservation of seats in the...
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  • British Rule in India and the Response of Indian Society
    India to defend Indian women rights. He led the abolition of sati that the British agreed upon to ban. Muhammed Ali Jinnah also contributed to the enriching of women with the Child Marriage Restraint Act of 1929, which boasted the minimum age for a girl to marry at the age of 14. Another noble man...
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  • Women's Rights Essay
    . No foreign based law or religious law should be allowed to encroach on women’s rights. India also discriminates against women. In India, lots of women die because of rape. It is an unforgettable moment that everyone would like to avoid at all cost. They will not be able to live a normal life and...
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  • Paper
    .), Women's Participation in Politics.  Diana Coole, Women in Political Theory.  Simon de Beauvoir, The Second Sex.  Vicky Randall : Women and Politics, Macmillan, London, 1982.  Government of India,  Ministry of Education and  Social  Welfare: Towards Equality:  Report of the Committee on the Status of...
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  • inequality in india
    benefits.  These benefits are argued to be necessary to redress the historic and continuing wealth imbalance between the genders.  The constitution of India contains a clause guaranteeing the right of equality and freedom from sexual discrimination. Gender Inequality The devaluation of women and...
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  • Commerce
    on Civil and Political Rights. India is also a signatory to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) committing to secure 25 SAARC Journal of Human Resource Development 2011 equal rights of women. Key among them is the ratification of the Convention on Elimination of All Forms of...
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  • Changing Nature of Gender Relations & Women Empowerment in India -An introspective approach
    of culture:An analysis of the first plan document on women.Contribution to Indian Sociology, New Series, 29(1–2), 211–235. 6. Chen M. (1995). A matter of survival: Women’s right to employment in India and Bangladesh. In Martha C.Nussbaum, & G. Jonathan (Eds.), Women, culture, and development (pp...
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  • Ghandi
    in enabling girls and women to secure other rights’. Gandhi was the 3rd Prime Minister of India. During her reign, she was looked up to as an independent individual who was able to bring change to India. Her passion toward fighting for independence and women’s rights began at an early age...
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  • Plan of action for safety of women in India
    PLAN OF ACTION FOR SAFETY OF WOMEN IN INDIA By Tavishi Singhal A year and a shattered dream later, ghosts remain. Nirbhaya verdict quick but fresh cases pile up….. These were yesterday’s headlines. Good evening to one and all present here. I Tavishi Singhal am here to talk about the...
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  • Resume
    after independence. Constitution of India guarantees equality to women (Article 14). There are other articles too which ensure rights of women e.g. no discrimination by the state [article15(1)] equality of opportunity (Article16) etc. Feminist activism picked up momentum in India during later 1970...
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  • Gagag
    - Informative & researched article on Contribution of Women in Medicine, British India Contact Us | RSS Feeds Copyright © 2008 Jupiter Infomedia Ltd. All rights reserved including the right to reproduce the contents in w hole or in part in any form or medium w ithout the express w ritten permission of Jupiter Infomedia Ltd. Sitemap ...
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  • Hindu Succession Act
    their natal families. Thus, the Hindu Succession Act (HSA) of 1956 did not allow women the right to ancestral property. It was amended as late as 2005 to give daughters equal rights. In India, there are three sources of land-ownership for women - land transferred from the government, from the...
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  • Girls Child Education in India
    born, but made to be a woman”, girls in India are never seen as an individual, but as daughters, wife, mother, sister etc. Although in the Vedic period women had access to education in India, they had gradually lost this right. However, in the British period there was revival of interest in women's...
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  • Role of Indian Women
    equal rights to men and women in all walks of life. But even today one cannot say that all women in India enjoy equal rights with men in all matters. There are many reasons for this (1) the customs and traditions prevalent for centuries, (2) The high percentage of illiteracy among women, (3...
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  • Empowerment of Women in India
    weaker vessel half the credit of it; if fails, they generously give herself the whole". The need for Women Empowerment was felt in India long back. Raja Rammohan Roy, the religious, social, and educational reformer and ‘the maker of Modern India’, demanded inheritance property rights for Women, gave...
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  • Widow and Human Rights
    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 in reality they...
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  • Women Education
    access to education, these women and girls will never claim their rights and will never have the power to make their own choices, securing a life of dignity for themselves and their daughters. Broken societies will never heal and economies never develop without education for all women and girls...
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  • women empowerment for
    reformer and ‘the maker of Modern India’, demanded inheritance property rights for Women, gave tremendous effort to abolish the defunct custom ‘Sati’, the Hindu funeral practice. Key figure of Bengali Renaissance, Iswarchandra Vidyasagar , championed the uplift of the status of women in India...
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