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Essays on Female Foeticide In India

  1. Female Foeticide In India
    Effects of Female Foeticide On Society Even we claim ourselves very modem we are still very backward. Girls are still considered liability in India. Parents...
  2. Female Foeticide
    IHN 2004.2 May International Humanist News [pic] Female Foeticide in India By Indu Grewal and J. Kishore Introduction Some of the worst gender ratios...
  3. Female Foeticide
    Orissa Review * December - 2008 Female Foeticide in India : A Serious Challenge for the Society Dr. Krushna Chandra Jena Introduction : Women who constitute...
  4. Female Foeticide
    Female Foeticide In India, welfare measures like empowerment of women, reservation in Parliament, free education to girl child and a lot of other woman...
  5. Female Foeticide
    plagued with skewed sex ratio. The most prominent factors encouraging Female Foeticide in India are listed below: i) Religious factors: The Hindu religion lays...
  6. Woman Security
    498A which deals with Matrimonial Cruelty to a woman.         Matrimonial Cruelty in India is a cognizable, non bailable and non compoundable offence. It is defined...
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  7. Female- a Vision To Ponder Over!
    be in the form of friend, mother and so on. Thus the female foeticide and decreasing ratio of female in India is a serious threat for the empowerment of the country...
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  8. History Of India
    article: Vedic Civilization See also: Vedas and Indo-Aryans Map of North India in the late Vedic period. The Vedic period is characterized by Indo-Aryan culture...
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  9. Women In India
    development According to 1992-93 figures, only 9.2% of the households in India were female-headed. However, approximately 35% of the households below the poverty...
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  10. Education In India
    a 1998 report by U.S. Department of Commerce, the chief barrier to female education in India are inadequate school facilities (such as sanitary facilities), shortage...
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  11. Female Foeticide
    eighteen-point drop from 1981 to 1991. All these figures explain the extensive female foeticide in India. Most north Indian states and states like Maharashtra, Delhi...
  12. Women In India
    1883: Chandramukhi Basu and Kadambini Ganguly became the first female graduates of India and the British Empire. * 1886: Kadambini Ganguly and Anandi Gopal...
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  13. Childrens On Crossroads
    else but cases of child abuse do not get reported. Peculiar to India is female foeticide or selective abortion based on the foetus gender or sex selection of...
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  14. Thesis
    violence: 1. The judiciary and girl child abuse. 2. Judicial response to female foeticide. 3. Judicial response to dowry violence. 4. Judicial response to wife...
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  15. Mix Tittle
    towards Solar PV and Solar thermal. The latter is quite ambitious given India has no operational Solar Thermal projects and less than 10MW of Solar PV projects...
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  16. Female Foeticide
    flew unabated from the study included strict implementation of laws banning female foeticide and dowry, providing old age pension for parents who had no son, free...
  17. Feminism- Myth And Reality
    of atrocities committed against women in India. Even before their birth, women folk have to bear the brunt of female foeticide, and after their birth, their fight...
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  18. Sanskrit
    nationalists and re-united the Indian National Congress in 1916. He also helped found the All India Home Rule League in 1916-18 with Annie Besant and Mohammad Ali...
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  19. Female Foeticide
    a cause, is also an effect of another problem in India. The Dowry system is a minor cause of female foeticide. In India dowry is what the bride gives to males family...
  20. Satyamev Jayate
    the actor invited the real heroes of society and highlighted their incredible work From female foeticide to child sexual abuse, domestic violence to dowry, medical...
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  21. Examining Social Work Role In Pndt Act
    as the fourth most dangerous country for women, primarily due to high female foeticide and infanticide rates.The abuse of NRTs has become a generalized phenomenon...
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  22. Gender Equality
    to women. Today they are subjected to all sorts of evils and crimes like female foeticide and infanticide, child marriage, wage discrimination, neglect in education...
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  23. Women
    considered more of a burden.[1] Therefore, [education] and health care of the female child in India is an important social indicator to measure equality between men...
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  24. Female Foeticide
    Female foeticide is a heinous act and an indicator of violence against women. Women in India have suffered a lot and have swallowed innumerable atrocities for so...
  25. Judicial Process As An Instrument Of Social Ordering
    whichever occurs earlier is UN-constitutional, and is violative of Article 14 of the constitution. Female Foeticide and Judicial Process. Leading to unhindered...
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  26. Changing Balance Of Power
    movement of the country along with men. They fought hand in hand with men for India's independence. Female leaders like Sarojini Naidu, Kasturba Gandhi, Lakshmi Bai...
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  27. Female Foeticide
    against women is a Public Health problem and female foeticide is one extreme manifestation of violence against women. India is a country of 102.7 crore population...
  28. Rightd Of Women In Islam
    Pregnancy Uplift the Women or Degrade? Criteria in the Sight of God to Judge Male and Female Equal Moral Duties for Men and Women b. Economical rights Women...
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  29. British Rule
    schools in every district, advances in female education, inter-disciplinary research and establishment of open universities. India's NPE also contains the National...
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  30. Indian Women What a Pity
    preferred. The birth of a girl is mourned in most families, which contributes to female infanticide in India today. (?India dowry? p67) The marriages that take place...
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