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Women in Iran

Women in Iran: gender politics in the Islamic Republic

Sharia Law treats citizens differently depending on their gender. The law in Iran and the other Islamic republics has not treated women equally in politics, crime and punishment, women in Iran are discriminated against under the law, which does not treat…

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The color is Pink

In these times of reviving Gandhigiri (symbolically atleast), a gang of women, the Gulabi Gang (Pink Gang), has chosen the violent ways to protect themselves in a feudalistic, male-dominated, cast-ridden, poverty-struck village of Banda in Uttar Pradesh. Organized by a…

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Economic Recession – Some tips

500 TCS employees asked to leave, Yahoo sacks 50 employees. Apart from these, there are salary cuts, poor percentage of salary hike, an appreciating rupee – The news that is coming out these days is quite frightening for the IT…

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