In today’s contemporary world women have all the rights to be able to get same powers as men do have i.e. there should be gender equality. Thanks to the technology that has bought a big change in empowering women by declining the discrimination that is being happening with the women from distant past. But even

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Women have contributed hugely for the growth of many economies in the world. Therefore it is important to safeguard the interest of women so that they can be able to realize their potential in the social-economic and religious outputs for the utmost growth and development of any economy. But in some economies the roles of

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India, the second most populous country in the whole world, has a total population of 1,220,800,359 million people, of which 587.236.392 million are females between 0 years and 65 years and over, according to a July 2013 estimate provided by the CIA World Factbook. Even though it is not a poor country anymore – the

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Gender discrimination is one problem that continues to affect women in India. The traditional oppressive norms have relegated women to secondary status at the workplace and in the household. This has left them with little or no education at all, poor health and financial status, as well as little involvement in the political arena. They

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India is in the middle of a radical change taking place in its development and global stature. As a result, all citizens should be decisive in their approach and make full use of this opportunity to help in the overall progress of the nation. Gender inequality continues to be a major issue in the Indian

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Being a poor nation, India has come a long way in improving the socioeconomic and heath concerns for women since independence, there is a lot more that still needs to be done towards their well-being and security. The male dominated society of India hampered the proper development of the females in the country. It is

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Dowry in India was prohibited in the year 1961 under the Indian civil law. It was enacted to make it easier for the wives to seek redress from possible harassment by their husband’s family. These dowry laws have come under heavy criticism in the past because they have been abused by women and their families.

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Every day, many stories are brought to the screen of women being murdered. Though this trend happens in the world, India has become notorious for murdering women even before birth. Female foeticide in India takes place daily. This implies the abortion of the female fetus selectively. Annually, over one million female are aborted which results

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Eve teasing is a euphemism used in India to refer to the sexual harassment of women in public. The word Eve being a biblical reference to the first woman created. It is mostly thought to be a problem related with youth delinquency and it ranges in severity. It can be anything from the uttering of

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In some societies women are considered of low value and more of a liability than an asset to the family. This condition of cultural biasness has led to many cases of female infanticide where female infants are either aborted or killed in their early childhood ages. Some of the methods used to case such deaths

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