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Gender Justice

Women And The Law: Courts Still Lack Inclusionary Measures For Women In Indian Judiciary

With the unprecedented number of elevations of women to the Supreme Court of late, the ratio is better than ever before. Nonetheless, a lot needs to be done.

21 September 2022

Why Courts In India Consider Adultery As A Relic Of The Past

After much strife, the 2018 Supreme Court judgment decriminalised Section 497 of the IPC that criminalised adultery and treated a woman as nothing more than her husband’s property, denudes them from making choices.


Gender Justice can be addressed only through a change in mentality, CM Pinarayi Vijayan added.

Change In Mentality Required To Resolve Women's Problems At Workplace: Kerala CM

The Chief Minister was responding to a submission by LDF MLA K K Shailaja that gender justice and equality has to be ensured for women and transgenders by the government by taking everyone into confidence.


Bad Marriage: Women Are Dependent On Courts In Divorce, But Always Do Not Get Adequate Cover

Despite there being a multitude of alimony and maintenance laws, women are left empty-handed and struggle to make ends meet after a bad marriage, as experts feel that these laws do not give any cover for the women

21 September 2022

Courts As Harbingers Of Women’s Rights In India Today

There are quite a few landmark judgments which, while not resulting in the expected social transformation, have made a beginning simply by acknowledging the wrong


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Explained: Indian Navy To Recruit 20% Women Agniveers, Women In Indian Military And Their Roles

This is the first time Indian Navy would recruit women below the officer level. Until now, women are only commissioned as officers.

05 July 2022

India's Daughters Not Safe Despite Landmark Verdicts, Stringent Laws

Progressive verdicts by courts help the cause of gender justice. But a lot remains to be done. Despite laws like protection of women from domestic violence act, 2005, Indian women continue to suffer violence in a patriarchal...

19 September 2022

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Dipali Sharma and Priyanka Khullar

A Better World For Women Means A Better World For All

‘Safe Cities for Women’, a campaign for gender-responsive public services, has been launched by young women across several cities of India. As we celebrate women’s protagonism, it is important to keep pushing for...

07 April 2022

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