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Women groups express outrage over 'attacks' on DCW autonomy

Leading women and civil society groups today expressed outrage over alleged attacks on the autonomy of Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) claiming the women's body led by Swati Maliwal is not being allowed to function smoothly. Representatives from ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Experts say hike in MNREGA funds nominal

Civil society groups on Wednesday said that the allocation to MNREGA has seen a mere 1% jump as opposed to reports of a 25% increase. "Last year’s allocation of Rs 38,500 crores was increased to Rs 47,500 crore by ​t​wo supplementary allocations ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

Civic body polls in Nagaland announced amidst opposition

DIMAPUR, Dec 22 - Amidst opposition from various Naga civil society orgaisations, the Nagaland Government has directed the State Election Commission to hold the general election to constitute the municipal and town councils in the State with 33 per cent ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago ULB polls: Nagaland Governor appeals for cooperation  Business Standard1 month ago

Nagaland: Tribal bodies call for indefinite bandh escalating tension in North East

Civil society organisations in Nagaland view the newly implemented Municipal Act which provides 33% reservation of seats for women, as opposed to the customary laws of the Naga tribes. The post Nagaland: Tribal bodies call for indefinite bandh escalating ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Naga bodies call bandh on ULB polling day  Business Standard3 weeks ago JCC threatens to call indefinite bandh in Nagaland  Business Standard1 month ago

Girl child's development key to better society: Judge

First additional senior civil judgePadma Prasad on Wednesday advised people to overcome their obsession for boys and instead ensure the overall development of girl child. Addressing a gathering during a legal aid and awareness camp at Ambale village, ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Groups want Meghalaya legislator arrested for raping minor

Civil society groups in Meghalaya on Tuesday asked police to issue a red alert notice to arrest Independent legislator Julius Dorphang, who has been accused of raping minor girl.The groups comprising of a powerful women's group Civil Society Women's ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
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Gopalkrishna Gandhi: Death penalty wont curb terrorism, ensure womens safety

When a man kills he breaks the law. When the state punishes by death it upholds the law. This opening line from former civil servant and diplomat Gopalkrishna Gandhis newest book Abolishing the Death Penalty: Why India Should Say No to Capital Punishment ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Special children: Govt, civil society should join hands

An International conference here today stressed the need for a collaborative effort on the part of government and civil society to help change the lives of differently abled children. The focus of the rehabilitation programmes of differently challenged ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

650 transgenders in Nepal apply for civil services

Kathmandu, Feb 11 (IANS) For the first time in the history of Nepal, 651 transgenders applied for civil service exams conducted by the Public Service Commission last year, a media report said. The forms for civil service jobs exams had three gender options, ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Women take back Bengaluru

They are shaken by the mass molestation in the city on New Year's Eve. But they are not waiting to be rescued. Armed with pepper spray, defence classes and their independence, the women of Bengaluru have taken matters into their own hands. Nikita Puri reports. IMAGE: The #IWillGoOut rally in Bengaluru on January 21, 2017. Photograph: Abhishek N Chinnappa/Rediff.com. "Find a partner," says the bearded man standing amid 40-odd women in CubbonPark. Some of the women are in track pants, others ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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