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THE REALITY OF SOCIAL CRUELTY AGAINST WOMEN:- LOCATING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Violence against women can be considered a violation of human rights and their dignity. Domestic violence is not about a “loss of control” as it is about total control. It is believed that men have a pre-ordained right to be in charge of all aspects of a relationship based on the Brahmanical patriarchy. A woman from her birth is being trained under patriarchal guardians to be shy, ideal, and dependent. Every girl child gets trapped and oppressed by men. For how many years this cruel system will continue? Is there no right for women to be alive with freedom and dignity? 

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ଓଡ଼ିଶାର କୁଦୁଲା ଗ୍ରାମ ରେ ଆନ୍ତଃ-ଜାତୀୟ ଵିଵାହ ର ପ୍ରତିବାଦ ରେ ଏକ ନିର୍ଦ୍ଦୟ ସାମୁହିକ ବଲାତ୍କାର ।

ଭାରତୀୟ ସମାଜ ବ୍ୟବସ୍ଥାରେ ଧାର୍ମିକ ଅନୁମୋଦିତ ପ୍ରଥା, ମୂଲ୍ୟବୋଧ ଏବଂ ପିତୃସତ୍ତା ସହିତ ବଳାତ୍କାର ସ୍ୱାଭାବିକ ହୋଇଛି । ଜାତି ଭିତ୍ତିକ ହିଂସା ଏବଂ ଅତ୍ୟାଚାର ଦଳିତମାନଙ୍କ ପାଇଁ ସାଧାରଣ ଏବଂ ମୁଖ୍ୟତଃ ଦଲିତ…

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A Brutal Gang-Raped on the Revenge of Inter-caste Marriage at Kudula village, Odisha

Rape has been normalised with religious sanctioned norms, values and patriarchal practices. Caste-based sexual violence and atrocities are common for the oppressed and mainly occurred,…

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Persistence of Untouchability under BJD rule in Odisha

In the absence of strong anti-caste politics in Odisha, the BJD government paid lip services and allowed untouchability to thrive in all domains of lives. Dalit’s voice not heard in the mainstream Odisha media, not even with digital and social media (Mandal, 2020). Upper caste media never report but manipulate the incident in favour of upper castes. Upper-caste’s media portrait that casteism/untouchability does not exist in Odisha anymore. Further ruling BJD government portrayed a peaceful face of Odisha outside the state. Neither the Odisha government nor police takes action against untouchability, sexual violence, atrocities against Dalit and Dalit women. Rawat (2011) says untouchability, sexual violence, exclusion manifests today more violently than ever before. Not only upper caste women and men are the most discriminatory toward Dalits, but also the OBCs and STs practice untouchability against the Dalits. The most potent form of verbal abuse directed at them is abusive language and caste-related insults. Physical and sexual assaults against Dalit women were not uncommon, despite being far less common than verbal abuse.

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