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The Triple Talaq Verdict: Victory in one battle in a much longer war
29 August, 2017, C.P. Chandrasekhar & Jayati Ghosh
The Supreme Court’s welcome verdict in the Triple Talaq case should bring public attention to the problems and needs of separated and divorced women across all religious communities in India.
Marital Breakdown in India
28 February, 2017, C.P. Chandrasekhar & Jayati Ghosh
Although divorce rates are low in India, separation is the dominant form of marital dissolution, and this is especially problematic for women because of the uncertain legal status and lack of rights.
Will Women's Reservation in Parliament make a Difference?
09 March, 2010, Jayati Ghosh
The huge gender gaps that continue to persist in India’s socio-economic outcomes, as well as the gender-blind nature of the design and implementation of policies point to the urgency of having more women legislators who can shape the content of law, as well as redirect policies to move away from the traditional male breadwinner model to a more gender-sensitive and inclusive approach.

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