India, the seventh-largest country by area, the second most populated country, the most populous democratic country and, one of the oldest civilizations in the world. The constitution of India is a unique. It provides a mixture of federalism and Unitarianism, and flexibility and with the rigidity.
Article 15 of the constitution says that the state shall not discriminate one against only of religion, race, gender, place of birth, or any of them. Despite that India has been named the 4th most dangerous country in the world for women in the last year’s Thomson Reuters Foundation survey.
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According to a study, depression will be the second-leading cause of disability worldwide by 2020. Depression is widely prevalent in women in all age groups, especially in India. Indian women face hurdles which including stigma about mental health, lack of mental health professionals, lack of awareness, the disadvantaged position of women in society, multiple roles, increased levels of stress, and domestic violence.
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As a father asks his daughter:
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Study? Why should you study?
I have sons aplenty who can study.
Girl, why should you study?
They: Are you married?
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They: But You don’t look like it
Me: Why should I? (in my Mind)