Adultery Law In Armed Forces Should Be Gender Neutral, Women Demand Equal Rights

It has been two years since adultery was struck off from the IPC as one of the lists of offences in the armed forces in September 2018. However, on Monday, the Ministry of defense pleaded to the Supreme Court to retain the criminality of adultery, which is, ‘stealing the affection of brother officer’s wife’,  in the armed forces. Earlier, those found guilty of adultery were subjected to punishment that could be as high as being cashiered from service aka dismissal. This was just a little shy from one of the worst offences in the army, i.e., cowardice. But just getting retention on this law enough to bring justice in the armed community? As per some research, it seems that the law which called itself gender-neutral, was, in fact, biased towards female privilege. As per a report by ...

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Namyaa Launched Latest Range Of Menstrual Healthcare Products ‘Namyaa Life Science

Namyaa has launched its latest natural menstrual healthcare products meant to tackle a wide variety of menstrual conditions such as PCOD, PCOS, white discharge, delayed and irregular periods under the label ‘Namyaa Life Science’. The products are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The range currently has three products- 'NamyaaAnartava' for delayed and irregular periods, 'NamyaaAarthavaKshaya' for PCOD & PCOS, and 'NamyaaShwetKanika' for white discharge. While the first one is a syrup, the second and third supplements are in tablet form. Made with pure, rare, and certified herbal ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Pippali, Karanja, Krishna-Tila, Kultha, Ashoka, Daruharidra, Guduchi, Jeereka, Lodhra, Sahastravedi, etc., the health supplements ar...

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Indian firm Bharat Biotech Will Be Commencing Phase I Trials Of Intranasal Covid-19 Vaccine Candidate Next Month

PTI reported Bharat Biotech chairman and managing director, Krishna Ella, as saying in a session of TiE Global Summit that two more facilities could be established for vaccine manufacturing including Covaxin, a vaccine for the coronavirus. Besides Covaxin, Bharat Biotech has been actively working on developing another vaccine, for which it tied up with Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis for the novel "chimp-adenovirus" (Chimpanzee adenovirus), a single dose intranasal vaccine for Covid-19. “I think it will enter into Phase I (next month) because it is going to be a single-dose vaccine. The clinical trial process is also going to be faster.” In September, Bharat Biotech signed a licensing agreement with Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis fo...

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Centre-Farmer Talks Today; Govt to Not Budge on Rollback of Laws

Representatives of farmer unions and the central government will meet Friday to participate in a fresh round of talks to break the deadlock over the recently-enacted agricultural laws. The eighth round of talks will be held between a ministerial committee, including Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Food Minister Piyush Goyal and Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Som Prakash, and 41 representatives of farm organizations. The seventh round of talks remained inconclusive Monday over two key demands — repeal of the newly enacted laws and provision of legal guarantee on the minimum support price. On Thursday, Tomar met religious leader Baba Lakha Singh, one of the heads of the Nanaksar Sikh sect based in Punjab. Singh, who has been organising langar at the protest sites, s...

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