Author: Sharlin Puppal 9th Semester, 5th year MNLU Mumbai Introduction Discrimination against women in Indian society is persistent traditionally for centuries. There are various issues faced by the female gender which is reflected in every stage of their life, which has been manifested in the form of sex selection, abortion, female infanticide, discrimination girl child …
Women in India have largely failed to represent in the political decision-making processes, in voicing their opinion on critical issues of governance in our country. The major reason for this being the exclusion in electoral politics and under-representations in electoral politics. A major factor which keeps the women out of politics is the very nature of Indian political situation.
The Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme was introduced to create computerized land records and cadastral maps using space technology. This was brought to shift from updating manual land record system to digital record. Its main object has been to shift from presumptive land title system to conclusive land title system in India in order to reduce litigation and to provide state guaranteed land titles. This programme has tremendous benefits to citizens for accessing record of rights, digital viewing of cadastral maps, linking of property details to Aadhar Card, linking for accessing bank loans, insurance etc.
On 17th October 2019, the Central government and Ministry of Finance after much deliberation came up with regulations notifying amendments in the provision of section 139, 143 and 144 of Finance Act 2015 of FEMA. It clarifies the power of the Centre concerning RBI in regulating foreign exchange transactions.
The heinous crime of rape is defined under Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code of 1870. This includes all forms of sexual intercourse without the consent of a woman. However, this section exempts unwilling or forced sexual intercourse by a husband to his wife provided the wife is aged over fifteen years.