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Cheif organiser,All India Muslim personal law board (Women's Wing) in. .Its my pleasure to welcome our Guest "Prof. HASEENA HASHIA" from Jamia Millia Islamia.
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One Indian state, Assam, has over the past four years undertaken just such an exercise. The Citizenship (Amendment) Act may save some of this money
One Indian state, Assam, has over the past four years undertaken just such an exercise. The Citizenship (Amendment) Act may save some of this money. Since the new law fast-tracks the route to Indian citizenship for everyone else, it is primarily Muslims who are left to be sorted by the National Citizens Register. Word of this danger is already spreading. Mosque sermons are warning the faithful to gather as many official documents as they can to serve up to Mr Shah’s expected bloodhounds.
Feminism in India is a set of movements aimed at defining, establishing, and defending equal political, economic, and social rights and equal opportunities for women in India. It is the pursuit of women's rights within the society of India.
Salima Jan (1998), Women's studies in Islamic perspective, in Haseena Hashia (ed), Muslim Women in India since Independence; (Feminine perspective) Institute of Objective Studies, New Delhi, 1998. Zakiya Rafat (1998), Muslim womens marriage and divorce in a town of Western Uttar Pradesh, in Haseena Hashia (ed), Muslim women in India since Independence, Institute of Objectives Studies, New Delhi, 1998.