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Position of Women in India compared to other nations.

Position of Women in India compared to other nations.

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Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - June 30th, 2008

well this is a debatable topic going on for years and years

in india women are still considered as lower then men for eg if a guy wants to study abroad his parents allow but if its a girl they will think and may even deny etc.
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Re: Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - July 18th, 2008

According to a survey about participation of women in politics, India is ranked at 130, whereas Pakistan was ranked at 90 and Nepal at 75.. so u can imagine how backward India is as far as women in politics is concerned...

even in the other fields, there is a glass ceiling effect ...
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Re: Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - July 19th, 2008

India is backward in such issues. The main reason has to be illiteracy and more than that, the mentality as this has been followed since decades.

In my opinion, women are better then most men. Lets face it.
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Re: Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - July 19th, 2008

thou itlliteracy, now many women are improving
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Re: Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - July 19th, 2008

nowadays even orthodox families are uderstanfgn
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Re: Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - July 20th, 2008

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nowadays even orthodox families are uderstanfgn
though they understand but still they are afraid to provide the same freedom to their daughter as they provide to their sons
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Re: Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - March 29th, 2011

As a nation, we are of course over cruel inhuman practices such as sati and other logic less 'customs' that were traditionally followed in ancient India. The government is doing a good job working towards to develop of women in the country. Education upto the lower level at least is being provided free of cost to the girl child. There is awareness about female infanticide. Because women today are educated, they are capable of being financial independent. There are various NGOs and people constantly working towards the betterment of the less fortunate females who are not educated enough to be financially independent. There are shelter homes for widows, run away females, unwed mothers and various other organizations. Women are at par with their male counterparts in fields like hardware, taxi driving and other such jobs that would be unimaginable for a woman to be doing maybe before 10-20 years. And these are just examples. Look around, people are waking up to the fact that the fairer sex in our country is at par with their male counterparts, in a society that has been male dominated since forever - if not better.
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Re: Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - August 12th, 2014

now many women are improving and women are better then most men
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Re: Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - August 29th, 2014

Time has come when society have to RESPECT WOMEN n MAKE EQUAL LAWS for both genders. So we should give respect women.
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Re: Position of Women in India compared to other nations. - July 18th, 2008
According to a survey about participation of women in politics, India is ranked at 130, whereas Pakistan was ranked at 90 and Nepal at 75.. so u can imagine how backward India is as far as women in politics is concerned...

even in the other fields, there is a glass ceiling effect
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