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Though the constitution has provided equality of both the sexes man and women but biological condition of the female ... trust, misappropriation, robbery and murder etc. (ii) crimes involving sex for economic gain such as wrongful confinement, dowry death, prostitution
Central India Law Quarterly
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make the people aware of social and economic problems sex equality is the paramount necessity in India. 3. The preamble ... Prohibition of discrimin;ll,m on the ground of sex. (ii) State has been vested 1 + . ~ 'power to 7 make
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whereas the followers of Prophet Mohammad placed the fair sex behind the purdah. Under the ~ common law, women were treated ... prohibits discrimination specially on grounds of, inter-alia, sex, Article 15(3) embodies the exception which permits the state
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citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of them. Though the Constitution ... pravided equality of both the sexes, biological inferiority of the female and developed sense of suboridination demand extra protection
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laws. Clause (1) of article 15 prohibits, inter alia,sex discrimination. Its clause (3), however, empowers the state to make ... clause (2) prohibits discrimination on the ground of.sex In such mJltters. Clause (2) of article 29 does not mention
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Malik· The principle that opposite sex always attracts each other, is recognised universally in the animals and human beings ... human mating differs in the sex-indulgence from other species because society everywhere limits the choice of partners biologically possible
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sexual cruelty of a sadist towards the opposite sex which he perpetrates by means ol force, fraud, fear, coercion ... more specific, ‘implied or expressed consent’ for sex. 4. Ol course, there are instances that corroboration is not the sine
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pornography by applying "consent theory" and saying that sex industryihas relied upon contractual agreements and on the volenti argument that ... CENTRAL INDIA LAW QUARTERLY 2003 9. Moreover, the pro-sex feminists argue that laws against pornography or obscenity hinder women
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Chapter X the author has dealt with sex offences and various matters connected therewith. While dealing with the Indian perspective ... provided legitimate outlet for persons to pacify their sex impulse within the family Itself........Considered from this standpoint the codification
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philosophical question as-to the acceptability of a sex-worker in a society that is characterized by a form ... only recognition afforded to the fairer sex is her sexual value which she must be instinct sell to the highest
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