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Jan 15, 2018
Women's rights: State should mandate education, employment and not rely on fathers, father-in-laws, husbandsIt seems clear that in the eyes of the law, women are meant to be cared for at all stages of their lives by men: Fathers, husbands, and if not husbands, then father-in-laws.
Jan 07, 2018
Indian Railways' track maintenance work delayed 4 out of 10 trains in 2017, says reportFour out of ten trains in the country are being delayed not because of fog, vagaries of nature or accidents, but because of railways' large scale repair work, according to official data.
Jan 04, 2018
Triple talaq Bill is flawed in its present form; Rajya Sabha must amend it or send it to the dustbinIn its current form, the triple talaq Bill is designed to keep the issue alive for electoral and political purposes. It is definitely not a reform in Muslim family law.
Jan 03, 2018
Opponents of triple talaq bill are peddling false narratives; both judiciary and legislature can initiate reformAny bill which brings criminal sanction must be satisfactorily deliberated in the legislature but the bill's opponents have squandered this opportunity.
Dec 24, 2017
AIIMS doctors tell Narendra Modi to put on apron, spend one day in their shoes to understand their stressBacking the protest by doctors in Rajasthan for higher pay and promotions, resident doctors of AIIMS asked prime minister Narendra Modi to "live" their life for a day to understand their stress
Dec 21, 2017
Jaipur doctors continue strike despite Rajasthan High Court order to resume dutiesAgitating government doctors in Rajasthan continued their strike on Thursday despite high court's direction asking them to resume their duties in hospitals
Dec 18, 2017
Rajasthan doctors continue strike for third day as patients continue to suffer, 19 arrested in JaipurPatients and their family members continued to suffer as in-service doctors in Rajasthan remained on strike for the third day on Monday while police arrested 19 of them.
Dec 17, 2017
Health services affected in Rajasthan as over 10,000 govt doctors go on mass casual leave, patients left in lurchMedical services were crippled in government hospitals and district community centres across Rajasthan as around 10,000 doctors went on mass casual leave
Dec 15, 2017
Winter Session of Parliament to see 40 bills: Surrogacy, rights for divorced Muslim women and consumers on agendaThe Winter Session of the Parliament is set for a stormy session ahead with the government hoping to pass 40 key bills on corruption, surrogacy and citizenship based on religion among others
Dec 13, 2017
Rajasthan Cabinet to accord 'fighters for democracy' status to MISA detainees during Emergency periodThe Rajasthan Cabinet has decided to accord those detained under the Maintenance of Internal Security Act (MISA) and Defence of India Rules during Emergency during 1975-77 outside the state the status of fighters for democracy.