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The fetish for gdp growth has led the world to the brink of environmental and social disasters. There is opulence and poverty side by side. Countries need to evolve right indicators of development that pay attention to things other than economic. Continue reading
It took 72 years after India’s independence to free themselves from the fear of instant triple talaq. Maulvis who see women as mere personal property or as sex object, were ominously against the legislation ending the “archaic and exploitative” practice. Now Muslim women don’t have live whole life under the fear of Instant TT. They can now approach the police and court for justice. Continue reading
India got freedom in 1947 from British exploitation. But it took another 70 years for Indian Muslim women to gain freedom from the whimsical ‘triple talaq’, promoted by backward looking clergy in the name of Islam and Sharia. The AIMPLB clearly … Continue reading
The issue is really simple: religion or medieval lifestyle of pre-Islamic Arab desert. Continue reading
India is a signatory to the declaration of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). It has been implementing MDG oriented programmes to address the multi-dimensional developmental needs of the people for last 10 years. With just 5 years left … Continue reading