Blog by Niti Manthan
Facilitating young minds towards holistic development.
Each and every society in this world consists of diversity. While some diversity is created by God, some are enhanced by society which can be positive as well as negative. Like male and females transgender are also part of society but they don't see as much acceptance. Their diversity is not taken in a positive manner by the society. Our constitution says that India is not a nation of uniformity but a nation of inclusiveness but the strange thing is that a naturally different human being does not seem to enjoy all the rights provided in the constitution.
This study is aimed at understanding the social, economic, health and educational status of Transgenders and the stigma related to them being a transgender.
The first section provides a brief introduction. The second section consists of historical aspect, section three provides survey result and finally from this study we conclude what can be done to improve their situation in society.
This paper explores the implementation and the misapplication or misuse of Section-498A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. The genesis and need for this section as a matrimonial remedy. The section was inserted by the Criminal law (second amendment) Act in the year 1983. The scope of the section has been widened by various judgments. Highlighting the misuse of this remedy by vexatious cases against innocent husbands and in-laws. Various judgments of the High Court and the Supreme Court show the misuse of this section.
By the end of the 19th century, abortion was legally restricted almost in every country. Some of the countries are – Europe, Britain, France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal-who had imposed their own laws forbidding abortion. Abortion has been always been a subject matter of dignity and reputation of the woman’s life even whereas on the complete opposite, in many countries it is completely legal and there’s another category where the countries don’t allow where the women’s life is at risk. There are many methods of abortion. The procedure is largely dependent on the stage of pregnancy. The only stipulation is that it has to be to “save the life of the mother”. The same is now provided under Sec. 5 of the MTP ACT.
The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2019 was presented in the Lok Sabha to encourage altruistic
surrogacy. The administration asserts that managing surrogacy will stop uncontrolled
commercialization of the practice. The commercialization of surrogacy has left a number of
poor women who lend their womb, in a defenseless condition.