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Surrogacy Its Legal Implications
Published : May 02, 2015 | Author : nikita.rangarajan28 | Rating :
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A surrogacy agreement is an arrangement to carry a pregnancy for intended parents. Surrogacy can be classified into two main types: gestational and traditional. In case of gestational surrogacy, pregnancy occurs due to the transfer of an embryo created by in vitro fertilization such that the resulting child is genetically unrelated to the surrogate.
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legislation relation to women right
Published : January 22, 2015 | Author : ankitaraj | Rating :
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various legislation in india relating to women's right: The Provisions of The Protection of Women From Domestic Violence Act,2005., Dowry Prohibition Act, Immoral Traffic Prevention Act, The Maternity Benefit Act 1961, , Muslim Women (Protection of rights on divorce) Act, The Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act 1986, Tthe Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act, Hindu Adoption And Maintenance Act
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Status of women in India
Published : August 24, 2014 | Author : swativyas | Rating :
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this article crystal clearly states that how the condition of women in free India is so pathetic that women empowerment is greatly hindered .our three organs of government need to accelerate the pace of empowerment .
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The responsibility of Women empowerment on media
Published : May 06, 2014 | Author : Pranati Shubha | Rating :
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Media having an access to a large audience should be an effective tool in the empowerment of women.
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Justice At Justice Delivery Center
Published : April 28, 2014 | Author : Shreya Singh | Rating :
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Sexual harassment at workplace has become one of the blistering issues in India. The heinous way in which a physiotherapy student was raped in a moving bus in the heart of the country makes it more important to concentrate on the safety and security of women anywhere in the country
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Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s Role In Women Empowerment
Published : December 18, 2013 | Author : kavitakait | Rating :
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Ambedkar’s view on women's oppression, social democracy, caste and Hindu social order and philoshopy, significant to modern Indian feminist thinking
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The Role of Education Sector in Removing Gender Inequality
Published : January 31, 2013 | Author : rajendrakumar | Rating :
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The education system plays a vital role in removing gender inequality...
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Domestic Violence A Curse In The Society - A Global Epidemic
Published : September 11, 2012 | Author : anushtha@legalserviceindia.com | Rating :
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Women is a unique creation of God understanding, hardworking, full of compassion holding high level of initiative and a trend setter for progeny inspite of these qualities the women have never been treated at par with the men . She has faced and is facing discrimination, exploitation and violence from time immemorial...
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Judicial Activism in the Area of Women Empowerment
Published : June 10, 2012 | Author : subhashreemukherjee | Rating :
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Jurisprudence extended the power of judiciary to go beyond the statutory limit to give better and complicit justice. Arthur Schlesinger Jr. introduced the term judicial activism in a January 1947 Fortune Magazine article titled "The Supreme Court...
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Women Education and Media
Published : January 04, 2012 | Author : ishitachatterjee | Unrated
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As per Article 26, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Everyone has the right to education’. ‘Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights...
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Surrogacy, Concept of Renting a Womb
Published : November 28, 2011 | Author : priyapareek | Rating :
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The article deals with concept of surrogacy, it origin and current legal status in India....
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Socio Legal Aspect of live in relationships
Published : August 31, 2011 | Author : shrivastav.vera | Rating :
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relationship in the nature of marriage" under the Domestic Violence Act, 2005 accords status to some live in relationships. The existing laws in India do not recognise live in relationships. Is there a need to accord protection to such relationships? does the sanctity of marriage remain,as is?
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Gender Justice and Indian Labour
Published : July 28, 2011 | Author : irwin cheema | Rating :
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Women constitute half the population of the society and it is presumed that best creation belong to the women. But it is a harsh reality that women have been ill-treated in every society for ages and India is no exception. From tribal to agricultural to industrial societies to organised states, the division of labour has primarily stemmed from physiological differences between the sexes, leading to the power resting with the men, resulting in the established gender hierarchies...
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Women's Education In India
Published : July 19, 2011 | Author : trustamola | Unrated
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how the education of women evolved in India from Ancient time to Modern Time...
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Sexual Harassment at Workplace
Published : June 18, 2011 | Author : anshularbaz | Rating :
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Sexual harassment is a common problem affecting all women in this world irrespective of the profession that they are in, but legal system is sleeping and so they fail in providing them security. It’s not all, women living in those countries having developed legal system faces other problems...
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Do We Need Gender Biased Laws: Domestic Violence Act
Published : June 14, 2011 | Author : sanjana | Rating :
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India has always been portrayed as a fine mosaic of culture and tradition. An integral part of this image has been the respectable status of women. Vedic era gave birth to ebullient, scholarly as well as artistic females who though were tendered for, were given space to groom their personalities....
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Gender Justice: A Comparative Study of U.K., U.S.A., E.U. & India
Published : April 19, 2011 | Author : verashrivastav | Rating :
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Over the centuries, as traditional patriarchal customs and laws became more deeply entrenched, women’s lives became more restricted and oppressed. Most women were still denied education and their lives revolved around home making and managing...
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A Cry Still Unheard: The Menace Of Female Foeticide In India
Published : March 26, 2011 | Author : Shubhneet Inderjit Kaur | Unrated
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Female foeticide is a heinous act and an indicator of violence against women. Still after many years of the making and imposing of law against female foeticide, the sex ratio is widening day by day. Therefore there is need of awareness amongst people from all walks of life and enlightening them with education are two foolproof tools of combating this ever pervading menace which has plagued our country and rendered the sex ratio to fall drastically.
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Extent to which immoral trafficking is addressed
Published : March 17, 2011 | Author : akhila basalalli | Rating :
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The most comprehensive definition of trafficking is the one adopted by the UN Office of Drugs and Crime in 2000, known as the “UN Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children,” 2000 under the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC...
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The Eve Teasing Malaise
Published : March 03, 2011 | Author : aounkaranand | Rating :
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the article talks about different laws of womans and how the eve teasing is a problem for womens...
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