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‘Is the bias so severe as to cause death?’
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S. Gopakumar Dr. T.K. Sundari Ravindran, professor at the Achutha Menon Centre for Health Science Studies in Thiruvananthapuram.

Interview with Dr T.K. Sundari Ravindran, activist researcher on gender, health and equity issues. By R. KRISHNAKUMAR


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What about daughters who are denied the love,affection,and access of her
father in case of divorced/estranged couples? Does anyone think of
these daughters? The wife does so with ruthless precision. Why should
daughters suffer for no fault of theirs? Even the United Nations
Convention on Human rights of Children is silent on this issue. In
India,unfortunately,there is no law which give children the right to
enjoy shared parenting. This law is the need of the hour.
from:  Deendayal Lulla
Posted on: Apr 26, 2013 at 15:39 IST
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