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Buying a Home During Ganesh Chaturthi – Why It Matters

The Indian festive season is a time of a lot of investment activity, and Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the ‘prime times’ on the Indian calendar to buying a home. Is it driven purely by religious sentiment? To a large extent, the answer is in the affirmative. But non-Indians often wonder – what guides this […]

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Child Marriage In India. A Growing Issue

Child marriage is still a very common practice in India, with millions of girls being married off before they reach the age of 18. India has seen an increasing number of women reported being forced into marriage by their parents and other relatives. Child marriage is not just a regional or religious issue, but it’s […]

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How does Bangladesh set a shining example of communal peace and harmony in South Asia?

Bangladesh is made up of 160 million people who are multi-religious, multi-ethnic, and multi-lingual. The Constitution of Bangladesh guarantees all citizens the freedom to freely and peacefully practice their chosen religions. Religious minorities make up roughly 12% of Bangladesh’s present population, according to conservative estimates. Hindus account for 10% of the population, Buddhists for 1%, […]

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How does Bangladesh set a shining example of communal peace and harmony in South Asia?

Bangladesh is made up of 160 million people who are multi-religious, multi-ethnic, and multi-lingual. The Constitution of Bangladesh guarantees all citizens the freedom to freely and peacefully practice their chosen religions. Religious minorities make up roughly 12% of Bangladesh’s present population, according to conservative estimates. Hindus account for 10% of the population, Buddhists for 1%, […]

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Why Are Love Marriages So Difficult in India?

Love marriages have always been a bit more difficult in India, partly because female purity is viewed with value by Indian families, so if an unmarried woman has sex before marriage, her family disapproves of the lad, who would then often end up leaving the girl without ever marrying. Comparison of love and arranged marriage […]

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Gita is not a Noun, It is a Thought, It’s all about Actions and Pure Philosophy

Gita is not a Noun, It is a Thought, It’s all about Actions and Pure Philosophy said Justice Dipak Misra Hon’ble Former Chief Justice of India while interacting with PHDCCI members today. Virtually. Justice Dipak Misra Hon’ble Former Chief Justice of India, started his interaction with an example of Karma and Bhagya, he said, if you don’t […]

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Gudi Padwa 2022 – Homeownership Goes Beyond Tradition

India is a country driven by traditional sentiments, and festivals are times to celebrate and make strategic investments. Because most Indians will first think of buying homes when it comes to investment, the property market also adapts itself to these festive times. Particularly, the Gudi Padwa festive period traditionally sees intense real estate market activity […]

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The legal age for marriage increased to 21 for women in India

The NDA govt led by PM Narendra Modi raised the legal age for marriage to 21 for women in India.  Child marriage is an age-old tradition causing hindrance for women across the country.  As per NFHS-5 2019-2021, 14.7% of women under 18 are married in urban areas. At the same time, 27% belonged in the […]

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India’s male preference and the economic emergence

India’s constant male preference remains unmasked despite an improved gender ratio. Furthermore, the economic emergence has failed to weaken patriarchal attitudes.  A 2011 census count reported the gender recovered from 940 females for 1,000 males compared to 2001.  Nevertheless, male preference in Indian families is no secret, despite the official estimate from the fifth National […]

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Why India and Bangladesh should sign the long-pending ‘Teesta Water Sharing Treaty’ as soon as possible?

One of the long-standing unresolved issues between Bangladesh and India is the Teesta water-sharing agreement. The agreement between Bangladesh and India on Teesta water sharing has been discussed for the last few years. But the Teesta issue has stopped with assurance. After the Ganges Treaty in 1996, the issue of distribution of water of the […]

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