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Is India promoting Reproductive tourism?

May 28, 2011


The Supreme Court legalized commercial surrogacy in 2008 in the case of baby Manji Yamada, daughter of Ikufumi Yamada and Yuki Yamada (the couple got divorced shortly before the child was born) in an agreement with Preeti Patel, the surrogate mother observing that  “commercial surrogacy reaching industry proportions is sometimes referred to by the emotionally […]

“Japanese Crisis – The Future of Nuclear Industry”

May 20, 2011

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Introduction Forget wind. Forget solar. Forget green energy. Japan’s nuclear disaster will only intensify the global race for cheap fossil fuels while most future energy R&D will go into nuclear safety. -Benny Peiser It was on 11 March 2011 when an earthquake of 9 Richter scale magnitude following tsunami hit the north east coast of […]

Unscrupulous wives “victimizing” Husbands under Section 498A

May 18, 2011


Dowry as defined in oxford dictionary is ‘an amount of property or money brought by a bride to her husband on their marriage’; it was a practice which originated in ancient India in the upper caste family which by its own will paid dowry as a wedding gift to the grooms family in return of […]

Liability for Nuclear Damage Arising out of Peaceful Use in India

May 11, 2011

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Liability for nuclear damage arising out of peaceful use is a controversial topic all globally. The international liability regime puts a cap on such liability and according to critics, the cap that has been put on operator’s liability in such cases is to meager compared to the huge damaged caused. Thus, there are two sets […]

The Menace of Child Labour in India

May 7, 2011


Introduction “A Child is a father of the man”( This famous line quoted by William Wordsworth refers to the importance of the child in a society for the development of society as well as for the development of the whole nation.). Child labour is done by any working child who is under the age specified […]

Surrogacy and Laws in India

May 5, 2011


Surrogacy and Laws in India

Definition Surrogacy is a method in which a woman bears a child for another woman. It can be for commercial purpose or for altruistic purpose. The word surrogate originates from Latin word surrogatus(substitution). Kinds of Surrogacy There are two types of surrogacy IVF/ Gestational surrogacy Traditional/ Natural surrogacy IVF/ Gestational surrogacy Gestational surrogacy is one […]

Female Foeticide: A Silent Cry from the Womb

May 1, 2011


INTRODUCTION Some faces the difficult experiences of poverty, some enjoys the liberty of education, explores the joys of womanhood, it is poignant to know that someone will never feel the frisson of dancing in the first shower of rain, never breathe the air of freedom, will never be the person she could have been, without […]

Outsourcing Motherhood

May 1, 2011


“Neither flesh of my flesh, nor bone of my bone, but still, miraculously my own.” Yes, this is the magic of Outsourcing Motherhood but can we call it magic in true sense. It is a debate of our head and heart. Outsourcing’ and that too ‘Motherhood’! Doesn’t it impinge you? Former one is a buzz […]

There is No Honor in Killing

April 29, 2011

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INTRODUCTION Indian Constitution allows to everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person. Men and women of full age without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry or to have a family. In India it is irony with Indian cultural that the cultural which known […]

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