Dressed in a white dhoti, with a bright pink tilak on his forehead, Chandu Kokre herded sheep along national highway 60, 30 km southeast of Mumbai, India's financial capital. "It doesn't matter to us," the thin 28-year-old said when asked about the Indian government's delegitimising of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes - 86 per cent of currency in circulation by value. "We don't have bills that exceed Rs 50 and Rs 100," he explained.
In India, for every divorced Muslim man, there are four divorced Muslim women, an analysis of Census 2011 data shows.
Across religious communities, except Sikhs, there are more divorced women than men. But the gender skew is particularly sharp among Muslims (79:21), followed by 'other religions' (72:28), and Buddhists (70:30).
Recently we have seen several examples in which either court was just drowned away in favor of few high profile people or seems like helpless. We have seen court was helpless in case of juvenile due to absence of law but no one has asked about others accused. Case is still pending with Supreme Court after passing more than a year.
Why Supreme Court is not able to start hearing of this case. Is it not failure of our justice system? Think what would have been happened if any politician or any celebrity would appealed in Supreme Court.
In our country we have seen increasing rate of farmer’s suicide cases in last decade. Most of us would be aware that every government announces lots of packages, programs and several schemes but none of them become successful to stop these suicide cases.
According to report of National Crime Records Bureau 2014, Bankruptcy or indebtedness is one of the main reasons for such cases.
Other main reasons as per the report are Family problems, Farming related issues, other issues and illness. It shows that quality of life is extremely poor. Here are details of some reasons.