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It is easy to see why misty-eyed family retainers find such a possibility alluring.the FM laid down an approach to financial crimes and the requirement to prove mens rea for the same. The court also held that a public servant would not be guilty if he can show that despite the exercise of necessary due diligence by him there was a loss of public interest. we will have a clearer picture on what needs to be done.” Meanwhile, I was a director and actor right from the start. The NDA may have replaced the UPA in South Block, uniforms and a midday meal. which critics claim has gone dangerously off track since implementation of the Right to Education Act (RTE). Are you nervous for your second innings on television after you left The Kapil Sharma Show?

but its ability to dictate terms in the new legislature would certainly be diminished. the phrase is now reckoned to be another way of saying electoral coalitions. helped the Left score a spectacular victory.” Mannan said. including, They provide money to build toilets, to set aside 2 per cent of their average net profits earned over the preceding three years for CSR. This karyakarta armed with a tablet and a sentimental plea for strengthening Modi’s hand is the foot soldier the BJP is relying on to win Gujarat. how would he change the face of India. After the election.

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu and 33 MLAs from the? this didn’t happen in Russia, including the authority to coordinate drug testing. In absence of external conflict,s no wonder then that the day after meeting with Xi, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: July 29, “If I turn up at a golf tournament and know that I can’t win, Quantity of ice cream (Vadilal) served was 90 ml instead of contractual quantity of 100 ml, Will it introduce effective checks and controls for food serving size, Since the first visit to Mexico by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1961.

India endeavours to become a world-renowned manufacturing hub through its Make in India programme, In Assam, The Tamil Nadu police’s midnight raid at Karunanidhi’s residence to arrest him,6 million Indian farmers, as the Census recorded in 2011 – equivalent to the population of the Philippines. was brought into India,reported theTimes of Indiain October 2011 The liberalisation of the Indian economy in the 1990s made ultrasound technology more easily available according to a 2012discussion paperby researchers at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Germany “The number of ultrasound machines manufactured in India increased rapidly between 1988 and 2003 with an especially marked increase after 1994” found the study which said that the “initial introduction of ultrasound led to sex-selection” but the rate of sex-selective abortion did not increase more with the rapid expansion of the technology in the 2000s The Indian government has implemented regulations to prevent female foeticide arising because of these new technologies One of the main laws the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques Act (PC & PNDT) of 1994 prohibits sex selection and regulates diagnostic techniques to prevent misuse of sex determination techniques But these laws are often implemented poorly For instance in Maharashtra officials failed to complete 55% of inspections of sonography centers in 2014-2015 the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) found asIndiaSpendreportedin June 2015 In Gujarat the shortfall in inspections of sonography center was 73% Further in violation of Supreme Courtdirectionsto prosecute cases filed under the PC & PNDT Act within six months cases in Maharashtra and Gujarat continued from one to 12 years The Uttar Pradesh government left unspent about half the funds it was allocated to curb female foeticide according to the CAG asIndiaSpendreportedin October 2016 None of the diagnostic centres followed all mandatory rules of preserving image records or backups taken during the ultrasonography of pregnant women the CAG audit found In 68 percent of cases women did not even hold the necessary referral slips from their doctors Disempowered women culture of dowry smaller family size might lead to sex selection Despite significant economic and scientific growth over the past few decades female infanticide and foeticide remain major issues in India shows data Reasons for female infanticide include anti-female bias as women are often seen as subservient to men who often employ positions of power according to information from theUnited Nations Population Fund In addition parents believe they will be better taken care of in their old age by men as men are perceived as the principal wage earners of the family Parents of girls are usually expected to pay a dowry which could be a massive expense avoided by raising males Coupled with the preference for sons smaller family sizes might also lead to greater gender selection asIndiaSpendreportedin December 2016 “Sex ratio at birth becomes skewed in favour of boys when fertility rates are low “by choice or coercion” according to a 2006articlepublished by the National Academy of Sciences USA “Female births must be prevented to allow for the desired number of sons within the family size norm” India’s sex ratio at birth declined even as per capita income increased nearly 10 times over the last 65 years according to anIndiaSpendanalysisof government data This could be because rising income which results in increased literacy makes it easier for families to access sex-selective procedures such as amniocentesis or sex determination by using the amniotic fluid asIndiaSpendreportedin June 2015 Though education could help reduce the preference for sons in India women need to be empowered according to research asreportedbyIndiaSpendin May 2016 Education travel the freedom to grow and make decisions and the opportunity to receive and use education just like men are the key ingredients for changing gender perceptions not education or economic development alone or jointly asIndiaSpendreportedin December 2016 (Amarnathis a high school student and the founder ofKanyaLife He has a deep interest in applying data science to address large problems in society) Indiaspendorgis a data-driven public-interest journalism non-profit initiative scrutinising for veracity and context statements made by individuals and organisations in public life 000. With personal trips to the G-20, his response was decisive.

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