posted on 29 July, 2016

How do different countries take care of their senior citizens?

Most countries have laws in place that make it mandatory for children to look after their elderly parents, but often a lot of it remains just on paper. While the conditions of senior citizens in India is worrisome, let us take a look at the provisions that some other countries have in place...

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posted on 27 July, 2016

10 things you need to know about the Transgender Bill 2016

The Union Cabinet approved the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill 2016 for introduction in Parliament, and this Bill is expected to bring social, educational and economic empowerment to the transgender community. To a community that has been ostracised and discriminated against...

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posted on 25 July, 2016

What does the ‘Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act’ say?

Are we a society that needs the law to tell us that we need to take care of our elderly? On account of Parents’ Day, we had shared some statistics concerning the condition of the elderly in our country. Given the plight of senior citizens in our society, the Government of India pa...

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posted on 23 July, 2016

A few stats we need to know about the senior citizens in India

Every fourth Sunday of July is celebrated as ‘Parents Day’ to honour and show gratitude to the sacrifices that parents make to ensure a bright future for their children. However, the statistics about the conditions of the elderly in India look quite grim. While on one hand we ta...

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