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Misuse of anti-dowry law minimal, says new NCW chief
Times of India

Misuse of anti-dowry law minimal, says new NCW chief

Women's rights activist Lalitha Kumarmangalam, who took over as National Commission for Women (NCW) chairperson on Monday, ruled out dilution of the anti-dowry act though she admitted that there was some misuse of the legislation. Times of India, 20 hours ago
Women panel chief calls 498A misuse a backlash Calcutta Telegraph, 21 hours ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Human rights lawyers recommend apolitical, competent appointments

KATHMANDU, SEP 28 - Human rights lawyers have suggested the committee for recommending appointments in transitional justice mechanisms to nominate non-political and competent individuals to the posts of chairpersons and members of the ...
 Kathmandu Post1 day ago Haryana Election Commission leaves no stone unturned to ensure maximum voting  IBNLive India News11 hours ago 2-member body constituted for effective SHRC  New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago Committee formed to make Haryana HRC more effective  Business Standard India2 days ago
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More power for women's panel? Law ministry has issues

A proposal of the Women and Child Development Ministry to give greater powers to the National Commission of Women has faced legal hurdles as the law ministry has raised queries on the move. Sources in the government said the law ministry has flagged certain issues relating to proposed power which are likely to be communicated to the women and child development ministry shortly. If the WCD ministry is able to satisfy the queries, the proposal will reach the Union Cabinet for a final call next ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Why women, children flee Honduras  Channel40005 days ago Women in Power: Her Plan Could Make the Low-Carbon Energy Economy a Reality  Environmental Defense6 hours ago Treatment for Child/Adolescent Drug Users  PIB2 months ago
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Jagran Post

Panchayat bars girls from going to school:NHRC sends notice to

National Human Rights Commission today issued notices to the district authorities of Kanpur Rural, Uttar Pradesh where a panchayat has allegedly ordered girls not to go to school and colleges to avoid eve-teasing. According to an official statement ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Woman delivers outside hospital: NHRC issues notice to Haryana  Business Standard1 month ago Check crimes against women: NHRC to Gurgaon police  Prokerala1 month ago NHRC notice to Gurgaon police chief on rape, murder of girls  Business Standard1 month ago
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UCAN India

Christians welcome panel's recommendations on women's right to inherit

A Catholic woman visits a grave in Hyderabad New Delhi: Christians in India are supporting a recent law commission recommendation to give Christian women the right to inherit the property of their deceased adult children. India's law commission ...
 UCAN India2 weeks ago Indian panel backs Christian women's right to inherit from children  UCAN India2 weeks ago

Net crime shield for women

The National Commission for Women (NCW) has proposed making cyber crimes against women non-bailable offences along with other measures such as a right to be forgotten provision in the IT Act and compensation. The recommendations are part of a panel report, ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago Proposed changes to National Commission of Women Act receive mixed reactions from women rights activists  DNA1 month ago BJP MP demands dismissal of UP govt  Jagran Post1 month ago Women's panel raps NGOs  The Telegraph2 months ago

Activist urges NCW to act against Subramanian Swamy

Subramanian Swamy Civil rights activist Shehzad Poonawalla has urged the National Commission for Women to act against BJP leader Subramanian Swamy for his alleged derogatory remarks against Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, who is married to Pakistani cricketer ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

Facebook-Palgarh Case: NHRC wants Maharashtra Govt pay the girls Rs 50,000 each

The National Human Rights Commission has issued a statement, wherein it has “reiterated its recommendations in yet another reminder that the Government of Maharashtra pay Rs 50 thousand each to the two girls, who, it held, were illegally detained by the ...
 Medianama2 months ago Facebook comment case: Rights panel tells Maharashtra to pay Palghar women Rs 50,000 each  Times of India2 months ago

Reservation, Overhaul of Justice System Crucial for Women: NHRC

National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Chairperson Justice (retd) KG Balakrishnan has pitched for urgent passage of the Women's Reservation Bill and overhaul of the criminal justice system for the successful implementation of women-related policies in the ...
 Outlook2 months ago

KHRC orders govt to reserve seats for women with kids in buses

In a move to provide relief to women travelling with their children, Kerala Human Rights Commission has asked the government to reserve seats for them in buses run by the state road transport corporation. The rights panel has asked the government ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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