SC order on 498A – Boon or bane: A point wise analysis video

Authors and advocates for men’s well-being – Virag Dhulia & Jyoti Tiwari discuss the recent judgement on Section 498A by Supreme Court that is being projected that it makes Section 498A toothless, so let’s have a reality check.

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Consolidated Media Coverage – #DV Law needed for #men

IndiaToday - SIFF demands laws to protect men from harassment

DNA Hindi - अब ज़रूरत है पुरुषों को घरेलू हिंसा से बचाने के लिए कानून बनाया जाए

 

Business Standard - SIFF demands laws to protect men from harassment

 

New Indian Express - SIFF Demands Laws to Protect Men from Harassment

 

HiHindi One India - पति को प्रताड़ित करने वाली महिलाओं के खिलाफ बनेगा कानून!

 

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One India - Abusive daughters-in-law: Men's rights group demand harsher laws

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Victimized and Distressed Men – Camouflaged Majority or Disguised Minority?

In a constant pursuit to the root cause of rampant and scandalous male hatred in the society, popularly known as “Misandry”, it often makes us wonder why the concept of men’s rights invokes, humor, curiosity and then dismissal of the concept as men’s rights are apparently not needed in a patriarchal male dominated society!

And in such an atmosphere, one that reeks of misandry, when one talks about community center for victimized and distressed men being run, it sure sparks a debate – “Are there enough men getting victimized?” And many more similar questions which are nothing but sweet sarcasm on the initiatives to support victimized and distressed men and are glaring examples of misandry.

Reactions like, “Yeah, I agree that the women-centric laws are being misused, but more women suffer than men and that is the reason these laws are being misused.” Or worse, “I think, we should tolerate some misuse since women have suffered since centuries”, clearly tell us that there is a huge gap in education in the society when it comes to understanding men or their problems.

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Self-immolation bid ‘to teach in-laws a lesson’ backfires

Written By:- Manjunath L Hanji

Cops book woman for attempting suicide after they find no harassment

A woman who set herself ablaze after a quarrel with her in-laws has been booked for attempting suicide, as the police believe she did it only to get her way by dangling the sword of the domestic violence law over her husband’s parents.

Mary Sunitha (35), who was admitted to the Victoria hospital burns ward, told the police that she had set herself on fire because she was unable to bear the harassment she was subjected to by her in-laws.

At first the police thought it was another case of dowry harassment, but investigations by Assistant Sub Inspector Shanth Rajaiah made them change their opinion. Now Sunitha can be sentenced to a year’s imprisonment by the court for attempting suicide.

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