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Women and Law - April/May 2008

Question Type Question  
Long Explain the Status of Hindu Women in pre and post-vedic period?
Long Explain the constitutional provisions as to protection of women.
Long What are the conditions of a Hindu Marriage under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955?
Long Who are class I heirs of a Hindu? What are their shares?
Long Explain the special provisions relating to women under the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
Long Explain the provisions relating to offences against women under Indian Penal Code.
Long Explain the Law relating to prevention of Immoral Traffic in India.
Long Discuss the provision regarding the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act.
Long What are the benefits given to Women under Maternity Benefit Act?
Long What are the salient features of International Covenant on Social, Cultural and Economic Rights?
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