Women's Reservation Bill Pending. ... The Women's Reservation Bill or The Constitution (108th Amendment) Bill, 2008, is a pending bill in the which proposes to amend the to reserve 1/3rd of all seats in the ...
For too long, women have been spoken on behalf of, whereas the Constitution recognises them as politically equal as anyone else.
Gender parity aside, a recent UN study found that assembly constituencies led by women showed significantly greater economic development
Indian’s upper house of parliament recently approved a historic bill to set aside one-third of all legislative seats for women.
With absolute majority in Lok Sabha and state assemblies, NDA government must not delay the Women's Reservation Bill
Currently, there are just 61 women in Parliament. The Bill will make women equal stakeholders in the system.
Women’s Reservation: Another Approach Mukesh Dalal he Women’s Reservation Bill is currently caught in a deadly stalemate. Nevertheless, the idea of
50% resevation of womes After a long debate, the parliamentarians of India have passed the Women Reservation Bill which ensures 50% reservation for women
"Achieving the goal of equal participation of women ... the Women‘s Reservation Bill passed in Parliament without success. The Bill also lapsed each time the House was dissolved and was re-introduced by the Government. Conclusion The journey ...
India's government presented the Women's Reservation Bill to the upper house of parliament on Monday, 14 years after it was first proposed.