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आधी आबादी की आजादी कहां छुपा दी?

Rajesh Singh
भारत ने हाल ही में अपनी स्वतंत्रता के 75 वर्ष पूर्ण होने पर तिरंगा उत्सव और आजादी का अमृत महोत्सव मनाया है पंरतु आजादी के...

Time To Recognize And Monetize The Services Of Homemakers In India

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159.85 million women in India, according to a 2011 census, state "household work" as their primary occupation compared to only 5.9 million men. The same...

Sexually Provocative Dress: Another essential for Sexual Harassment?

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As practitioners/students of law and justice, we are all well aware of Section 354A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Even those who are from...
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मीडिया संस्थानों में लैंगिक असमानता

Rajesh Singh
विश्व में महिला पत्रकारिता का अध्याय सर्वप्रथम 1831 में अमेरिका से आरंभ हुआ, जब एनी न्यूपार्ट रॉयल ने "प्राल पाई" नामक पत्र प्रकाशित करना शुरू...
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Campaign By Survivors Of Bhopal Gas Tragedy

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Last year, survivors of the Bhopal gas tragedy commemorated the 37th anniversary of the incident. Thereafter, they decided to launch a campaign, “Bhopal Disaster: 37...
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Welcome Madam President: An Identity Victory with a Moment of Pride

Satakshi Malaviya
The country is celebrating the victory of India’s 15th President ‘Droupadi Murmu’, who is not only the India’s first youngest president- securing the office at...
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Ancestral Property and Women

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Behind every ancestral property now stands women with equal rights as men. It is commonly misunderstood that the property is devolved to the son(s) of...
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Economic Abuse Under Domestic Violence Act

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Domestic violence against women is not uncommon in Indian society. It affects a large number of women, and the majority of them are so used...
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A ‘Foetal’ Death of Abortion.

Shivangi Sharma
Supreme Court of United States on 24tth of June, 2022 decided Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization (“Dobbs”) and ruled in favour of the state...