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जिनका आधार कार्ड बन चुका है, वह जरूर पढ़े यह खबर

नई दिल्ली: चुनाव आयोग ने मतदान के प्रति एक नई पहल की शुरूआत की है। इस पहल के मुताबिक, अब देश में युवाओं के 18 साल की उम्र लगते ही वोटर लिस्ट में जोड़ लिया जाएगा। इन युवा मतदाताओं को वोटर आईडी कार्ड बनवाने के लिए चुनाव आयोग या बूथ नहीं जाना होगा।
एक हिंदी वेबसाइट के मुताबिक, युवाओं को वोटर लिस्ट में नाम जोडऩे के लिए अलग से फॉर्म नहीं भरना होगा। वोटर लिस्ट में अब नाम आधार कार्ड के जरिए जोड़ लिए जाएंगे। केंद्रीय निर्वाचन आयोग अब आधार कार्ड को वोटर लिस्ट से जोडऩे पर काम कर रहा है। इस नई योजना के 15 अगस्त 2015 तक बनकर तैयार होने की संभावना है।
आधार कार्ड की जानकारी बदलने की स्थिति में ऑनलाइन आवेदन कर सुधार करवाना भी आसान हो सकेगा। इस योजना के तहत पहले उन लोगों के नाम वोटर लिस्ट में जोड़े जाएंगे, जिनका आधार कार्ड बन चुका है। लेकिन 15 अगस्त के बाद आधार कार्ड बनते ही इसका कनेक्शन चुनाव आयोग के सिस्टम से जुड़ जाएगा।
Source - punjab kesari

Vodafone to offer 16 weeks of paid maternity leave

WASHINGTON — The global telecommunications company Vodafone is beginning an unusual policy for mothers who choose to work.

It announced that by the end of the year, it will offer at least 16 weeks of paid maternity leave. After new mothers return to work, they only have to work 30 hours per week to get their full-time salaries.

The company says the benefit will help women transition back to their jobs without derailing their career. Vodafone says talent retention was one of its goals when it designed the new policy, The Washington Post reports. In the past, 65 percent of women who left the company after maternity leave did so within the first year.
Source - WTOP.

India Has Many Women Who Are Sharing Their Husband With Another Woman

NEW DELHI: Just released census data shows that there are about 6.6 million more women who are "currently married" than men. While part of this might be accounted for by married men who have migrated abroad for work leaving their wives behind, the data also indicates that there are a very large number of women in polygamous marriages.

The data also shows that in 2011, the census year, more than 18 lakh girls under the age of 15 were married. Of the total 1.2 billion population about 580 million were married at the time of the census. This number does not include those divorced, widowed or separated. Among these 580 million married persons, 293 million were women while 287 million were men. A state-wise comparison of married women and men shows the migration effect. For instance, Kerala has the highest skew with 1.13 married women for every married man. It is followed by Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, where this ratio ranges from 1.04 to 1.07. These are all states with high outflows of migrant workers. On the flip side of this, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Delhi, states known for a high influx of migrant labour, have more married men than women.

Another male-female skew is in the proportions of the two genders married in different age groups. In the 20-24 year group, about 69% of women were married while just over 30% of men of this age were married. The difference between proportion of married men and women to the total population of an age group gradually decreases after 24 years of age.

Of the 18 lakh under-15 married girls, more than 4.5 lakh had also witnessed child birth. About 3 lakh under-15 mothers had two children at the time of the census. Of the total 7.8 lakh children born to girls below 15 years of age, about 56,000 had already died. Thus, there were a large number of girls who before the tender age of 15 had got married, delivered babies and also seen their child die.

Rajasthan had the highest proportion of girls aged 10-14 married. Of 40 lakh girls of this age in the state, a little over 4% were married. Rajasthan was followed by Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat, all having more than 3% of girls aged 10-14 being married at the time of the census.

Source - (Originally published in The Times of India)


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