This article focuses on how a wife is entitled to claim the right of residency which belongs to her husband and the husbands’ relatives, overruling the judgment of ‘S.R. Batra vs Taruna Batra’.
This article talks about the recent G-20 Summit held in Saudi Arabia on 21st-22nd November 2020, its impact on the global standing of Saudi, and the sidelining of human rights violations committed by the country.
Bad loans and non-performing assets (NPAs) are increasingly becoming a major problem for the banking sector of India. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code of 2016 was implemented by the RBI to help banks cope with the losses of these NPAs. Let us take a look at the full picture and understand why this reactionary policy by the RBI is not sufficient to deal with the underlying problem of poor allocation of capital by banks and even poses threats to the ease-of-business in the country.
The article explores the curious phenomenon of women in politics in India being from dynasties. It asks the question of how representative this phenomenon can be. It is the second article in the series ‘Women in Politics’.
This article examines the global underrepresentation of women in the political sphere and highlights the social and economic reasons behind the disparity, as well as the importance of rectifying it. It is the first piece in the series ‘Women in Politics’.
According to WHO, one in three women worldwide has experienced physical or/and sexual violence. However, Violence against women does not only entail physical or sexual
Tanya Malik. The focus of the Streedhan Association of Women’s Development is on educational intervention and social advocacy. Prior to this, I worked with an
Engagement of women in active paid employment has increased more than tenfold in the past century in the United States. Much of it can be
In conversation with Dr. Albeena Shakil. Q. Constitutional laws on the prevention of women’s harassment, in principle, with regards to their treatment in the workplace
In this Samvaad discussion, Dr. Sowjanya Thamalpakula from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences guides us through the sexual violence committed against Dalit women and
PAIGAM Network and Sangh Collective, in conversation with Urvashi Batalia, discussed the issue of the rise in domestic abuse cases as a result of lockdown
Much of the history of Jammu and Kashmir has been written from the lens of ongoing territorial conflict between the nations of India and Pakistan. Within such a narrative a complex story of the Princely past of the state gets lost and we tend to forget the territorial limits of Indian nationalism as it existed. The book titled ‘Hindu Rulers, Muslim Subjects’ by Dr. Mridu Rai sheds light on this important aspect of Jammu and Kashmir’s history.