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Domestic violence against women in the Kashmir Valley

Bashir A. Dabla

Domestic violence against women in the Kashmir Valley

by Bashir A. Dabla

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Published by Jay Kay Book Shop in Srinagar .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wife abuse -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir,
  • Wife abuse -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir -- Statistics,
  • Family violence -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir,
  • Family violence -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesKashmir Valley, Domestic violence
    StatementBashir Ahmad Dabla.
    GenreStatistics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6626.23.A-ZI+
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 115 p. ;
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23555373M
    ISBN 108187221232
    LC Control Number2009311790
    OCLC/WorldCa403876341

      The present study has been designed to know about violence against working women. The main purpose of this study is to explain the phenomenon of violence, at what extent the violence is present in our society. This study reveals that not only domestic females face the cruel violence but also working and educated class of females faces this Price: $   The monster of domestic violence against women in Kashmir has been constantly growing over the past few decades in entire valley of Kashmir. In past few years, even the Urban Police Stations have registered hundreds of cases of domestic violence showing the grim nature of the issue.

      Precisely to put an end to the violence against women and many others, Kashmiris need to end all kinds of foreign rules on its land, in this case-Indian rule. The author a JNU alumnus and an ACJ Author: Amir Malik. Many small organisations have formed to struggle for women's rights in Jammu and Kashmir. The accession of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) to India has led to conflict affecting the region's women. Kashmiri women, members of a patriarchal society, have had to fight inequality and discrimination and have been victims of violence by the Pakistani security forces and .

      Such instances throw light on the rising violence against women in the conflict-ridden Kashmir valley. in Kashmir are related to domestic violence involving physical violence by in-laws or. Domestic Violence Against Men. There is no question that domestic violence directed against women is a serious and bigger problem, but domestic violence against men is also increasing gradually in India. The supremacy of men in the society makes one believe that they are not vulnerable to domestic violence.


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Domestic violence against women in the Kashmir Valley by Bashir A. Dabla Download PDF EPUB FB2

Domestic violence against women in Kashmir valleyis the contribution of mature Dabla, published just few years before his death. The theme of the bookis relevant, interesting and catchy.

The book. WOMEN AND VIOLENCE: A STUDY OF WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT AND ITS CHALLENGES IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR. The focus of this paper is to highlight the violence against women’s in Jammu and Kashmir.

In Jammu and Kashmir Woman are the most vulnerable and worst hit section of the society especially under situations of violence caused by militancy and armed. In the Kashmir valley, incidents of violence against women at home are usually swept under the carpet for fear of ostracisation and the ongoing militancy and conflict has made things worse.

It has now been established that violence against Kashmiri women, especially rape, has been used by Indian security forces as a weapon to impose collective punishment.

[This argument has been well presented by a recently published book entitled “Militarization and Gender in Kashmir” written by Seema Qazi.]Author: Shams Irfan.

The Shades of Violence: Women and Kashmir, brings forth the multiple, multi-layered complexities of life amidst conflict in Kashmir at a point of time when the armed conflict had raged for over a decade, leaving in its wake a fierce trail of death and destruction.

By using the gender lens to highlight. About. The publication of “Kashmir Horizon” as an English daily was started with a modest attempt on It has been a Himalayan attempt for The Kashmir Horizon to survive the challenges posed to journalism in the violence fraught place like Jammu & Kashmir.

See B. Dabla, “Impact of Indianization on Muslim Kashmir,” Sociological Papers on Kashmir, vol. 1 (Srinagar: Jay Kay Books, ), 31–36; see also “Instrument of Accession,” signed by Maharaja Hari Singh of the Princely State of Jammu and Kashmir; and speech of Jawaharlal Nehru in Srinagar, Kashmir in Author: Bashir Ahmed Dabla.

Rapes, as well as sexual violence committed by security forces against women, have been an indispensable element of Indian military strategy in conflict zones like Kashmir and northeast.

Those who were legally bound to protect the civilian rights have been involved in crimes particularly against women in Kashmir. Violence against transgender and intersex women in Pakistan continues. According to the local group Trans Action, attacks against transgender women were reported in Khyber-Pakhunkhwa province.

women in the region include violence against women during and after armed conflicts, which have been numerous since the beginning of transition. All violence has a lasting impact, but some forms of violence are especially likely to have long-term implications that predispose women to 5.

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN 78 Violence has Many Faces and. Traditionally, women in Jammu and Kashmir have quietly suffered violence at home. Suicides, bride burning and dowry cases have not made it to the local papers; leave alone to the court of law. Many such incidents go unreported and thus, the guilty gets no punishment.

Rahul Kumar, Assistant Producer, College of Journalism and Mass Communication, Teerthanker Mahaveer University Abstract: A study of Violence against Women is a subjected study to display the situation of majority home makers. According to the report of United Nation violence against women as “any act of gender-based violence that results in.

Domestic violence in kashmir. likes. Domestic violencefight against domestic violencegirls are asset not labilityFollowers:   Former chairperson, Jammu and Kashmir women’s commission, Vasundhra Phatak Masoodi said that she gets a lot of distress calls from women from the Valley complaining about domestic violence during Author: Zulfikar Majid.

Crime against women on rise in Kashmir. SRINAGAR: Almost every day five or six complainants approach Kashmir’s only woman police station here with allegations of cruelty by husbands and domestic. Women empowerment:Issues and challenges in Jammu and Kashmir. Women are becoming the victims due to domestic violence, social practices, armed conflict and militancy in the state.

They are not only suffering from penetrating humiliation and harassment but also suffering from shocking experiences with continued depression that left them mentally : Ghulam Sarwer. Rates of divorce and domestic violence in the Kashmir valley have seen a rise in recent years.

NAYEEMA MAHJOOR, who heads the State Women’s Commission, shares a grim picture of the family conflicts in this Himalayan region. Women have suffered through the conflict in Kashmir for the last 20 years but now family conflict is [ ].

Marriages made in heaven and celebrated in Kashmir end at the burn ward. The demon of materialism has many faces, but its ugliest face is dowry related domestic violence and victimization of women.

Book Review: Women Empowerment Decem Editor 0 Comment Book Review, books, domestic violence, dowry killings, female feticide, honour killings, Human Rights, The valley has been due to the armed conflict and its effects since last 27 years.

The sufferer in this whole episode is the common man, the women in particular. Violence against women is a centuries old problem, but it is not until the past three decades that the topic has mushroomed in scholarly discussion.

With this explosion of information there is a need for a comprehensive analysis of the complex theoretical, methodological, and ethical issues surrounding this topic.

Editors Claire Renzetti, Jeffrey Edleson, and Raquel Kennedy Bergen 5/5(1). Inthe United Nation’s special rapporteur on violence against woman stated in her final country report on India that legislative provisions like “the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act and the Armed Forces (Jammu and Kashmir) Special Powers Act (AFSPA) has mostly resulted in impunity for human rights violations [since] the law protects the armed.

Domestic violence against women in the Kashmir valley. Delhi: Jay Kay Books. Google Scholar. Dabla, B. A. (). A sociological study of widows and orphans in Kashmir. Delhi: Jay Kay Books. Google Scholar. DasGupta, S. (). Pacification is not peacebuilding: Why special economic packages and special legislation do not by: 1.A Woman Like You: The Face of Domestic Violence by Vera Anderson The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse by Ellen Bass, Laura Davis The Gift of Fear: Survival Signals That Protect Us from Violence by Gavin De Becker Crime Victim's Guide to Justice (Self-Help Law Kit With Forms) by Mary L.

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