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Category Archives: Gender and Exclusion

THE ‘BETI’ ISSUE: DECLINING ‘CSR’ IN INDIA

Abstract This article examines how orthodox ideas of ‘women empowerment’ have changed for women living in the context of insecurity, examining many facts related to declining ‘Child Sex Ratio’ (CSR) in throughout India. The article explains, what kind of sex ratio we have in India, provides fluctuating

Maneka wants rehab plan formed for child sex work victims

Union Minister for Women and Child Development (WCD) Maneka Gandhi on Thursday instructed the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) to frame rehabilitation plan for children falling prey to sex work in consultation with the Madhya Pradesh government. “Pushing children into sex work

Protecting marriages across castes

0Eight years after the National Commission for Women as said that adults are free to marry persons of their own choice and hurting couples, or summoning them before clan members, groups, or a khap, is “absolutely illegal”. India registered 251 honour killings in 2015, recording

Stakeholders of Inclusive Education And Their Responsibilities

International Conference on “Schools Responsiveness to Quality education of Children with special needs” December 22, 2017. First Published on IASmind. Download In PDF, International Conference on “Schools Responsiveness to Quality education of Children with special needs” December 22, 2017. “Central Questions” What is inclusive education? Who

Sunny Leone: A Benchmark for Many

My parents and elders always said that a man can change whenever it strikes him. He just needs to know where he is wrong or if he even is wrong? Past is a time that flew by and will never ever return. What’s gone can

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