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taslima nasreen 13h
All religious fanatics speak the same language,hate with the same intensity,harm people if they get the chance.They're inseparable brothers.
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William Dalrymple 13h
"The further a society drifts from the truth, the more they will hate those that speak it." George Orwell
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Zena Costa‏ 13h
Raising a voice is not about being politically biased against anybody but standing up for humanity. Its the least we can do for each other
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Utterly Butterly 13h
Religion should be personal. When ppl make it a society or State issue, that is very very wrong. Highly condemnable.
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Utterly Butterly 13h
In India, religion is central to almost every person regardless of one claiming otherwise. Being religious shouldn't be a prob.
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Shakti Shetty 13h
What i hate about religion is it fills me with hatred.
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Adi 13h
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Times of India 13h
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Ashwini Mishra 13h
I always felt we don't acknowledge that boys also get sexually abused and we do not prioritise their protection and healing at all.
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The Guardian 13h
India's BJP manifesto pledges uniform civil code: what do you think of the legislation?
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Zena Costa‏ 13h
is the only state in India with UCC. Its the most valuable legacy to us by Portugal via
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VV 13h
but maintenance laws are just BAD. So are Muslim personal laws. Politics prevents change
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VV 13h
There have been multiple amendments to Hindu and other acts making them gender equal wrt inheritance, divorce, etc
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PrithviKiranSetty 13h
implementation of uniform civil code also implies changes in Hindu succession act &Hindu marriage act , hope ppl r aware
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margaret mascarenhas 13h
Also: rights of women and children
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Zena Costa‏ 13h
Goan women are equals from birth,marriage, divorce, kids. 's law is non-discriminatory wrt faith, ethnicity or gender
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VV 14h
From a few provisions. Like some groups are allowed marriage under 18 legally
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VV 14h
The Hindu personal law didn't allow divorce, remarriage or inheritance rights to women. Even now certain groups covered by it are exempted +
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VV 14h
Gender equality is a fundamental human right. Not something that should be dependant upon religious provisions. There was a time when +
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