Status of women in India
Swami Vivekanand aptly said, ‘Since a bird can only fly with one wing, the nation cannot march forward if the women are left behind’. Men and women are two completely perfect holes. The power borne by their union their divisions make it weak. Each has what the other does not have. Each fills the other, and is filled with the other Traditionally, the word ‘woman’ means – half a man. The relationship of man and woman is best illustrated in our Nyaya Darshan with the analogy of mind and matter, which means that man and woman are closely related, like soul and body. Women should therefore be respected.
There is no doubt that we are in the midst of a great change in the history of women. Evidence is ubiquitous; The voice of women is increasingly being heard in Parliament, in the courts and on the streets. While Western women had to fight for more than a century to secure their basic rights, such as the right to vote, the Constitution of India gave women equal rights to men from the beginning. Unfortunately, women in this country in particular do not know their rights because of illiteracy and oppressive culture. Names like Kalpana Chawla: An Indian, who fought until she entered NASA and was the first woman in space, and Indira Gandhi: The Iron Woman of India was the Prime Minister, Beauty Queens like Aishwarya Rai and Susita Sen, and Mama Teresa representatives on the status of Indian women .
Violence Against Women
Section 498A: Indian Penal Code (IPC), which defines marital cruelty, was submitted to the IPC as amended in 1983
Domestic Violence: The purpose of this article is to separate these evils from other good practices, thus trying to build a psychological barrier or resistance to violence.
Domestic Violence Act – Basic Rights: Domestic violence is a tragedy in Indian society, a fact. India
Violations of women’s rights lead to human rights violations: Human rights as a matter of concern in today’s public discourse
Eve Mocking in India and Horror Debts: The term Eve mockery is used to refer to the abuse of women in public.
Burning of brides and laws in India: The lobola program is very much focused on Indian society from the earliest days of history
Law, Women and Advertising: Advertising Standards Council’s Code for Self regulation defines advertising
eunuch’s legal position: This article is an unusual and sensitive article
Women Suffrage: A comparative view of women’s voting rights between Scandinavian and Middle Eastern countries – with a focus on Iran
Protection of Women in Domestic Violence Act, 2005: Without these rules of law there is no law in particular
Your Dignity: Dignity is something that worries people in general. Its code of conduct to try duplicate forms of analysis of
Sexual Harassment: A sex worker has been a common figure in all cultures such as prostitution
Women and Violence: Violence affects the lives of millions of women around the world, at all levels of socio-economic and educational
The Domestic Violence Act, 2005-A Four or A Boon?: Domestic Violence is one of the most common crimes and trauma
A Woman Cannot Rape A Woman: In a State Government. V. Sheodayal (1956 Cr LJ 83 M.P) M.P The Supreme Court stated that a woman’s dignity may be offended by another woman s / s 354.
Second Woman’s Rights: Second marriage, during the lifetime of the first marriage, is illegal
Violence against women: This study paper presents a discussion of legal responses to violence against women.
Violence against a woman – Assassination of Honor
Can Women Be Karta ?: Karta of the united Hindu family in Hindu Law is the highest member of the family