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Hafizzz

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This is not quite uncommon from a country like India which is male dominated and pretty backward when its come to the treatment for the woman. Trust and love for woman has no place here which we can see even in the case of sitta. She had to give exam of fire. This is the place where woman used to be burned along with the dead husband as woman did not have the right to live longer then their husband and obviously did not have no right for marrying after their husband death or after divorce. They only needs to pass their whole life while remaining in sorrw wearing a white saree and without bangles. This is a pretty backward country regardless of how many Indian girls wear short dresses and bikini to wannabe just like the westerners.


Forgot to add womans here are still named as nakusa or unwanted. Feeling pretty sad for the Indian womans. Christian and muslim missionaries should reach to the woman like drove and should convert them. Christian missionaries are already actively doing it. Muslim missionaries should take further steps.
Indians will NOT ACCEPT criticism nor do they have the guts to face the truth on what's going on in their home country because they have always been brainwashed by the Indian Media "India Shining".
 

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I read in some article that when Indian lovers marry,the part of bride should take out all the cost of wedding for India's tradition consider that the groom's party see the bride as her home's burden transferred to the husband's party.

If this is true the only word I can say is what happy Indian men!.You will agree with me when you know now it takes more than $150 thousand to marry a common girl in Chinese cities,let alone those miss gold.
 

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I read in some article that when Indian lovers marry,the part of bride should take out all the cost of wedding for India's tradition consider that the groom's party see the bride as her home's burden transferred to the husband's party.

If this is true the only word I can say is what happy Indian men!.You will agree with me when you know now it takes more than $150 thousand to marry a common girl in Chinese cities,let alone those miss gold.
:cheesy:

Well thats news to me?:hitwall:?? though love marrige & doiverce is still a taboo specially in north western india :agree:,anyway god knows what else crap is feeded to chinese by the official propoganda machine:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
 

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I read in some article that when Indian lovers marry,the part of bride should take out all the cost of wedding for India's tradition consider that the groom's party see the bride as her home's burden transferred to the husband's party.

If this is true the only word I can say is what happy Indian men!.You will agree with me when you know now it takes more than $150 thousand to marry a common girl in Chinese cities,let alone those miss gold.
you better worry about your country and your people than others...:devil:

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The Chinese Constitution and other laws provide equal rights for men and women in all spheres of life, including ownership of property, inheritance and educational opportunities. Equality between the sexes has been a part of the CCP's agenda from its early days, and women's rights are perceived to be in a separate category from human rights. Therefore, women's organizations in China, even though they remain under CCP control, are able to advocate effectively on some issues involving abuses of women's human rights. However, when women's rights or interests conflict with Party or government policy, the latter takes precedence. This means, for example, that abuses related to the family planning policy are not reported in the media or discussed publicly. Information about other issues, such as the extent of domestic violence, trafficking in women or abuses directed at lesbians, is effectively prevented by the CCP's injunction that most news should be positive. Thus, the controls on freedom of expression and association, which so affect democracy and human rights activists, have a strong impact on women's human rights as well.

Violence Against Women: According to some researchers, spousal abuse is far too common and, in many parts of the country, still socially acceptable. However, comprehensive statistics about the extent of domestic violence are not available or have not been made public. The official All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) has been studying this problem and seeking solutions.

Few battered women have the opportunity to escape abuse, because shelters and other resources are not available. Women are under considerable social pressure to keep families together regardless of the circumstances. Legal action is not taken against batterers unless the victim initiates it, and if she withdraws her testimony, the proceedings are ended.

Abduction and Trafficking of Women: Trafficking and sale of women as brides or into prostitution is a serious problem in certain parts of China, and Chinese women have been sold into brothels in Southeast Asia. The PRC government has enacted various laws to combat the sale of women, but the statistics released by the government do not reliably indicate the scale of the problem. PRC officials stated that there were 15,000 cases of kidnapping and trafficking in women and children in 1993. Yet according to one estimate, 10,000 women were abducted and sold in 1992 in Sichuan Province alone.

Until recently, the authorities have not prosecuted men who purchase women as wives; thus, the trade has continued unabated. Official action to rescue victims of trafficking is generally initiated only if a complaint is made by the woman or her family. Local officials often turn a blind eye, even formally registering marriages into which the woman has been sold.

Discrimination in Employment and Education: The PRC ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women in 1980 and enacted the Law on the Protection of Women's Rights and Interests in 1992. However, open discrimination against women in China has continued to grow during the period of reform of the last 15 years.

According to PRC government surveys, women's salaries have been found to average 77% of men's, and most women employed in industry work in low-skill and low-paying jobs. An estimated 70 to 80% of workers laid off as a result of downsizing in factories have been women, and, although women make up 38% of the work force, they are 60% of the unemployed. At job fairs, employers openly advertise positions for men only, and university campus recruiters often state that they will not hire women. Employers justify such discrimination by saying that they cannot afford the benefits they are required to provide for pregnant women, nursing mothers and infants.

The proportion of women to men declines at each educational tier, with women comprising some 25% of undergraduates in universities. Institutions of higher education that have a large proportion of female applicants, such as foreign language institutes, have been known to require higher entrance exam grades from women.

Although China has a law mandating compulsory primary education, increasing numbers of rural girls are not being sent to school. Rural parents often do not want to "waste" money on school fees for girls who will "belong" to another family when they marry. According to official statistics, about 70% of illiterates in China are female.

Violations Resulting from Family Planning Policy: The Chinese Constitution mandates the duty of couples to practice family planning. Since 1979, the central government has attempted to implement a family planning policy in China and Tibet that the government states is "intended to control population quantity and improve its quality." Central to this initiative is the "one child per couple" policy. Central authorities have verbally condemned the use of physical force in implementing the one-child policy; however, its implementation is left to local laws and regulations.

To enforce compliance, local authorities employ incentives such as medical, educational and housing benefits, and punishments including fines, confiscation of property, salary cuts or even dismissal. Officials also may refuse to issue residence cards to "out of plan" children, thereby denying them education and other state benefits.

Methods employed to ensure compliance have also included the forced use of contraceptives, primarily the I.U.D., and forced abortion for pregnant women who already have one child. In Zheijang Province, for example, the family planning ordinance states that "fertile couples must use reliable birth control according to the provisions. In case of pregnancies in default of the plan, measures must be taken to terminate them." As an official "minority", Tibetans are legally allowed to have more than one child. However, there have been reports of forced abortions and sterilizations of Tibetan women who have had only one child. There are also reports of widespread sterilization of certain categories of women, including those suffering from mental illness, retardation and communicable or hereditary diseases. Under previous local regulations superseded by the 1994 Maternal and Infant Health Care Law, such sterilization was mandatory in certain provinces. Under the new law, certain categories of people still may be prevented from bearing children.

Violations Against Female Children: The one-child policy, in conjunction with the traditional preference for male children, has led to a resurgence of practices like female infanticide, concealment of female births and abandonment of female infants. Female children whose births are not registered do not have any legal existence and therefore may have difficulty going to school or receiving medical care or other state services. The overwhelming majority of children in orphanages are female and/or mentally or physically handicapped.

The one-child policy has also contributed to the practice of prenatal sex identification resulting in the abortion of female fetuses. Although the government has outlawed the use of ultrasound machines for this purpose, physicians continue the practice, especially in rural areas. Thus, while the average worldwide ratio of male to female newborns is 105/100, Chinese government statistics show that the ratio in the PRC is 114/100 and may be higher in some areas.

http://www.christusrex.org/www1/sdc/hr_facts.html#Woman
 

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Best and Worst Countries for Women, the Full List - The Daily Beast




23, China
Overall score (out of 100): 84.4
Justice: 92.2
Health: 99.2
Education: 100.0
Economics: 73.2
Politics: 36.7




30, Germany
Overall score (out of 100): 83.4
Justice: 74.0
Health: 94.7
Education: 96.8
Economics: 78.2
Politics: 62.7




141, India
Overall score (out of 100): 41.9
Justice: 54.0
Health: 64.1
Education: 64.9
Economics: 60.7
Politics: 14.8
 
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Best and Worst Countries for Women, the Full List - The Daily Beast




23, China
Overall score (out of 100): 84.4
Justice: 92.2
Health: 99.2
Education: 100.0
Economics: 73.2
Politics: 36.7




30, Germany
Overall score (out of 100): 83.4
Justice: 74.0
Health: 94.7
Education: 96.8
Economics: 78.2
Politics: 62.7




141, India
Overall score (out of 100): 41.9
Justice: 54.0
Health: 64.1
Education: 64.9
Economics: 60.7
Politics: 14.8
now that's amazing to see china among the top in the league, totally surprised !
 

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This is not quite uncommon from a country like India which is male dominated and pretty backward when its come to the treatment for the woman. Trust and love for woman has no place here which we can see even in the case of sitta. She had to give exam of fire. This is the place where woman used to be burned along with the dead husband as woman did not have the right to live longer then their husband and obviously did not have no right for marrying after their husband death or after divorce. They only needs to pass their whole life while remaining in sorrw wearing a white saree and without bangles. This is a pretty backward country regardless of how many Indian girls wear short dresses and bikini to wannabe just like the westerners.


Forgot to add womans here are still named as nakusa or unwanted. Feeling pretty sad for the Indian womans. Christian and muslim missionaries should reach to the woman like drove and should convert them. Christian missionaries are already actively doing it. Muslim missionaries should take further steps.
You converts can better be sorry for your own women who are called "naqisul aqal" and are officially called "deficient in intellect and religion".

The reason for the "deficiency" is not vitamins or proteins that can be covered by pills but again "God given"! Because they can't pray during menses (so deficient in religion) and two of them are equal to one male witness (deficient in intellect)!

Then some of these converts dare talk of women rights and want to make them suffer like they are suffering!

Check the global gender gap reports. The Islamic countries are bunched at the bottom, the worst offenders again women.

When the world thinks of you people, it thinks of women hating zealot extremists who make them live their entire lives behind oversized ugly tents.
 

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That list is compiled by the questionnaires returned by the respective governments.

Hence China ranks high because Chinese government describe China as women's paradise, while most other governments describe as is, or even worse than the reality.

Any survey that ranks China to be a better place for women than Germany is simply not credible.
Newsweek/The Daily Beast analyzed dozens of data points for 165 countries to determine which countries offer women the most expansive rights and the best quality of life

On the other hand, not all of us are "fortunate" enough to have a government pimp.

Epidemic spread of sex trade in South Korea :: Weekly Blitz

Ex-Prostitutes Say South Korea and U.S. Enabled Sex Trade Near Bases - NYTimes.com

South Korea accused of using women as prostitutes to prop up the country’s ecomony and keep U.S. soldiers “entertained.” | Feminist Law Professors
 

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That list is compiled by the questionnaires returned by the respective governments.

Hence China ranks high because Chinese government describe China as women's paradise, while most other governments describe as is, or even worse than the reality.

Any survey that ranks China to be a better place for women than Germany is simply not credible.
umm yea when a women dies when she was forced to abort her 7-8 month baby forcefully by the regimes goons..:undecided:
dont kno what category tht falls into.

any kind of survey relating to china can hardly be passed off as fact.
all they care about is there image.
 

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Wow and this is coming from a Muslim?

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And Chinese taunting us on forced abortions. Sure.
Yup muslims r evil... we burn women the ritual is called satti.. and female infanticides or fetus genocide is done in our country..

Get lost to ur ashram of hate!
 

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Yup muslims r evil... we burn women the ritual is called satti.. and female infanticides or fetus genocide is done in our country..

Get lost to ur ashram of hate!
I am sure you conveniently chose to ignore the comments by your Pakistani mate to whom I was replying.
Satti? Do you believe that we really burn widows? Really? Are you that dumb? It was an ancient tradition confined to very few communities decades ago. And it was more of a culture issue, not a religious one.
Sure even I can put Islam under the lens on the topic of "Equality towards women"; but then its really not worth it.
 

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It's not really a surprise that females are treated as second class citizens in 3rd world countries, sometimes even 3rd class in India. It's going to take a long time, but things will get better. Keep up the good work Indians.
 

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The same people who are so much 'concerned' about our women, then whine about how equal rights are 'corrupting' Western Women... Hypocrites!!!
 

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