3 edition of The Law and Indian women found in the catalog.
The Law and Indian women
|Other titles||Action now (YWCA of India)|
|Statement||by the YWCA of India.|
|Contributions||YWCA of India.|
|LC Classifications||KNS516 .L39 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 82 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||91908306|
Manu-smriti, (Sanskrit: “Laws of Manu” or “The Remembered Tradition of Manu”)also called Manava-dharma-shastra (“The Dharma Text of Manu”), traditionally the most authoritative of the books of the Hindu code (Dharma-shastra) in India. Manu-smriti is the popular name of the work, which is officially known as is attributed to the legendary first man . INDIAN LAW JOURNAL ARTICLE DATABASES. SUPLIB Database of Articles from the Indian Supreme Court Judges Library (open access) SUPLIB is a database of more t articles on Indian law published in about foreign and Indian law journals subscribed to by the Library. It can be searched by subject, article title, author and journal.
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Ina bust of her was unveiled at Lincoln's Inn, London. A Google Doodle celebrated her. The major topics covered in these lecture notes and eBook of Women & Child Law are: UNIT - I: Women in India, Pre Independence Period, Post Independence Position, Constitutional Provisions to Women, Unequal Status of Woman in Difference Personal Laws, Uniform Civil Code Towards Gender Justice UNIT - II: Sex Inequality in Inheritance Rights, Guardianship, Divorce, Criminal Law.
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