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Pathbreaking space mission
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In this bytes lesson learn about America's first space mission that led to the first space walk. Also find out about some more details of this mission

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Sir kindly review this answer question 1) Recently the law commission report stated the desirability to implement the uniform civil code and negative impacts of personal laws.There are various issues involved with regards to personal laws 1) They lead to patriarchal dominance and unequal treatment of woman e.g can be seen in parsi ,musim law vitiating gender justice. 2)They promote the myth of state neutrality at the expense of woman rights e.g. repealing the shah bano case verdict by government 3)It freezes internal reforms and silences internal dissent e.g the unwillingness of AIMPLB to reform derogatory practices of triple talaq , nikah halala etc. 4)It encourages maintaining group identity as distinct from state thus discriminatory traditional practices are considered distinct with group identitites. Despite the issues an sc pronouncment on personal laws and ucc is undesirable because 1)Modifying personal laws through SC is neither desirable nor ideal 2)Years of litigation will overburden the court 3)It will further threaten minority sensitivities 4)UCC being directive principle the court cannot require action from government thus its ability in this regard is limited Thus reforming the personal laws and discussion and deliberation on creating common UCC keeping in mind minority sensitivities is the way forward
Rohit Lodha
2 years ago
Hey Trevor, First thing is try to address the question in order of keywords...here u need to first explain importance of SC judgement...Now coming to the content, your examples are not explaining your points completely as u can see in 1st point just by writing that parsi, muslim law vitiating gender justice does not show relevance with patriarchal dominance...You have not addressed SC pronouncement wala part properly...Why modifying personal laws through SC is not desirable? Who said this?...and point of litigation->overburden is for those cases which are fruitless, but this is quite serious matter, so your second point is not valid...Overall I feel try to justify your arguments properly, Some points are controversial and try to write in order...All the best...Keep writing...
Trevor .
2 years ago
Thank you sir for the review...extremely helpful came to know about a lot about my mistakes...and if you can please elaborate the points you felt controversial and how could i have improved the same...
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please also make on..... why headache happen??
  1. GEMINI 4 On June 3rd, 1965


  2. On May 7, 1965, the Gemini 4 prime crew - astronauts James A. McDivitt and Edward H. White ll - study training plans at Cape Kennedy. MIn


  3. NASA S 65 4970 The illustration here shows the many layers of Gemini extra vehicular spacesuit UNDERWEAR COMFORT LAYER PRESSURE BLADDER RESTRAINT LAYER -(LINK NET) BUMPER LAYERS HT-1 ALUMINIZED THERMAL LAYER FELT LAYER HT-1 OUTER LAYER HT-


  4. At the Manned Spacecraft Center inside the Building 4 laboratory, astronaut Edward H. White II, Gemini 4 prime crew pilot, prepared for working in a zero-gravity environment.


  5. On May 21, 1965, in another preflight test astronaut Edward H. White ll, pilot of the Gemini 4 prime crew, completed was a wet mock simulation exercise


  6. The Gemini 4 mission will last four days and circle the Earth 62 times with White and astronaut James A McDivitt on board as prime crew.


  7. Gemini 4 was the first mission to be partially controlled from Houston's Mission Control Center.


  8. The Gemini 4 spacecraft, atop the Titan space vehicle, was launched from Pad 19 at Cape Kennedy at 10:16 a.m. (EST) carrying the prime crew made up of astronauts James A. McDivitt, command pilot, and Edward H White II, pilot.


  9. Floating outside the Gemini 4 spacecraft, astronaut Edward H. White lI, pilot for the mission, was the first American to walk in space. His extravehicular activity lasted 21 minutes.


  10. White's helmet has a specially designed for protecting him from the unfiltered rays of the sun. A 25-foot umbilical line and a 23-foot tether hold him to the craft.


  11. On June 3, 1965, astronaut Edward H. White II, Gemini 4 pilot, completed NASA's first EVA and became the first American astronaut to walk in space The crew of the Gemini 4 astronauts James A. McDivitt and Edward H. WhiteI along with the capsule, were collected by the prime recovery vessel, the USS Wasp.