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Non-negotiable to include mothers name in certificates of educational qualifications, directs Delhi HC
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Non-negotiable to include mothers name in certificates of educational qualifications, directs Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court has held that an educational qualification certificate must mention the names of both the father and mother of the child, and not just the fathers.

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Appointment of 11 women as Senior Advocates a watershed moment: Sr. Adv. Mahalakshmi Pavani writes on Women's Day Vantage Points
Appointment of 11 women as Senior Advocates a watershed moment: Sr. Adv. Mahalakshmi Pavani writes on Women's Day

The appointment of 11 women as Senior Advocates marks a watershed in Supreme Courts history, but also compels one to rethink the issue of womens reservation, writes Sr. Adv. Mahalakshmi Pavani.

Gujarat HC flags "absolute gender insensitivity" of Gujarat Public Service Commission [Read Order] Executive
Gujarat HC flags "absolute gender insensitivity" of Gujarat Public Service Commission [Read Order]

Calling a woman for an interview merely 3 days after childbirth, reflects absolute gender insensitivity". Read more on Gujarat HC's pioneering orders to GPSC here.

Value of married women not contingent on insatiable financial demands of in-laws: Delhi High Court [Read Judgment] Judiciary
Value of married women not contingent on insatiable financial demands of in-laws: Delhi High Court [Read Judgment]

While lamenting over the number of cases pertaining to dowry demands, the Delhi High Court has passed an important judgement highlighting how a married womans worth shouldnt be contingent on her parents' ability to meet the insatiable financial demands from her in-laws. Further, the court expressed that dowry demands are against the spirit of gender equality and women empowerment.

Need to educate people that genetics of son, not daughter-in-law decide sex of child: Delhi High Court [Read Judgment] Judiciary
Need to educate people that genetics of son, not daughter-in-law decide sex of child: Delhi High Court [Read Judgment]

The chromosomes of the son and not daughter-in-law, through union of a married couple will decide the birth of a daughter or a son, the Delhi High Court expressed recently while adding that people need to be educated on the same.

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