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19th August - The Hindustan Times Editorial - Part-2(in Hindi)
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  1. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 19th August THE HINDU


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  3. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 19th August THE HINDU


  4. Why Indian judiciary needs more women The hindustan times Inadequate gender representation could aggravate biases in the courts UBHODEEP


  5. In his Independence Day speech on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned that there are now three women judges in the Supreme Court. While this is heartening, especially for a country in which gender imbalance is a chronic problem in almost every sphere, the larger problem is that there is a severe shortage of women judges at all levels of the judiciary. Earlier this year, the Centre released a startling statistic: of the judges in the Supreme Court and various high courts, only 12% are women The situation is worse in the lower judiciary UBHODEEP


  6. States such as Bihar (11.52%), Jharkhand (13.98%), Gujarat (15.11%), Jammu and Kashmir (18.62%), and Uttar Pradesh (21.4%) are the worst performing. On the other hand, Meghalaya (73.8%), Goa (65.9%) and Sikkim (64.7%) are at the higher end of the spectrum. While reservation may not be the answer to the problem, some states have gone down that road lower judiciary, has brought in 35% reservation for women in 2016. This deep gender imbalance in the judiciary is part of a larger narrative of For instance, Bihar, which has the worst gender proportion in the lack of women in the workforce, and its negative impact on the economy. S. UBHODEEP


  7. The last Economic Survey highlighted the fact that women's participation in the workforce to the level of men has the potential to boost the Indian economy by up to 27%. It's not just the economic impact of the lack of women (judges) in the workforce that we should worry about. inadequate representation could aggravate biases in the courts Lack of women in courts lead to questions of the courts' legitimacy as representative of the societies they serve Presence of women judges signals equality of opportunity for women in the legal profession UBHODEEP


  8. Ease of Living Index is welcome but flawed The hindustan times It on these macro questions that new index disappoints. UBHODEEP


  9. The ministry of housing and urban affairs has launched its Ease of Living Index ranking 111 Indian cities inhabited by more than 130 million people. The exercise itself is a welcome admission of the fact that India's urbanisation process might have unleashed its own set of problems There is nothing wrong in encouraging healthy competition among agencies which manage our cities. will be even better. But any such exercise also needs to be evaluated in a macro framework. If such rankings can encourage broader citizen participation it UBHODEEP


  10. Two factors have triggered India's urbanisation in addition to the normal demographic drivers: rural to urban migration as people seek non-farm jobs, and large scale movement from smaller to bigger cities in search of better opportunities IT boom which has virtually created new cities From demands of reservations for locals in educational institutes and hospitals, to permanent damage to eco-systems, drainage networks and water-tables, side effects of poorly thought out and badly regulated urbanisation are beginning to show. UBHODEEP