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Women and Law - May/June 2010 New - 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Article 15(3) of the Constitution of India
Long Fundamental Duties relating to women
Short Maintenance of Wife
Short Insulting women
Short Uniform civil code
Short Prohibition of sex-selection of child
Short Violence Against Women (VAW)
Short CEDAW
Long Write a note on the status of women in ancient and modern times in India.
Long Explain the law relating to Domestic Violence in India and comment on its effectiveness.
Long Explain the relevant provision relating to women under the Maternity Benefit Act and other labour and Industrial Laws in India.
Long Analyse the International covenants relevant to women. Write a note on their implementation in India.
Problem A Hindu women married to Mr. X was abandoned by him without any valid reason for more than two years. Advise her regarding the remedies available to her.
Problem A Muslim woman was divorced by her husband by triple Talaq. Her husband maintained her only during the "Iddat" period of 3 lunar months and thereafter refused to maintain her. Unable to maintain herself, she seeks legal relief from the court. Advise her as to her rights.
Problem "A" induced "B", a young woman to believe that he was marrying her by putting vermillion on her forehead in a Temple. Thereafter they lived together for few months. Subsequently he denied that he married her. What is the offence committed by "A"? Explain.
Problem A couple wanted to have a male child. When the wife became pregnant, the couple underwent ultrasonography to know the gender of the foetus. The diagnostic centre informed them that it was a female foetus. Thereafter the wife underwent abortion during which it was found that in fact it was a male child. Does the couple have any legal rights in the case. Explain.
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