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House matters
? Delhi’ s communal conflagration
? go vernmen t’ s stubborn refusal to allow an immediate
discussion
?heavily demanded by the Opposition
?The altercation over a suitable timing for a
discussion on the issue.
?Congress members resorted to disruptive tactics
which led to the suspension of seven of them for the
rest of the session.
?A discussion will take place this week, and an all-
party committee announced on Friday might help
resolve the logjam.
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House matters
? Delhi’ s communal conflagration
? go vernmen t’ s stubborn refusal to allow an immediate
discussion
?heavily demanded by the Opposition
?The altercation over a suitable timing for a
discussion on the issue.
?Congress members resorted to disruptive tactics
which led to the suspension of seven of them for the
rest of the session.
?A discussion will take place this week, and an all-
party committee announced on Friday might help
resolve the logjam.
?Temple of democracy
?Track record of disrupting Parliament
?The Parliamentary Affairs portfolio that used to be
handled by a political heavyweight engaging all
parties is now reduced in stature.
?The Spea ker ’ s traditional non-partisan role in ironing
out conflicts with the Opposition is also being
undermined by the combative troops on the treasury
benches.
?The Deputy Speak er’ s post, which usually goes to the
main Opposition party, is vacant.
?The government must make amends and restore the
democratic majesty of Parliament.
Page 3


House matters
? Delhi’ s communal conflagration
? go vernmen t’ s stubborn refusal to allow an immediate
discussion
?heavily demanded by the Opposition
?The altercation over a suitable timing for a
discussion on the issue.
?Congress members resorted to disruptive tactics
which led to the suspension of seven of them for the
rest of the session.
?A discussion will take place this week, and an all-
party committee announced on Friday might help
resolve the logjam.
?Temple of democracy
?Track record of disrupting Parliament
?The Parliamentary Affairs portfolio that used to be
handled by a political heavyweight engaging all
parties is now reduced in stature.
?The Spea ker ’ s traditional non-partisan role in ironing
out conflicts with the Opposition is also being
undermined by the combative troops on the treasury
benches.
?The Deputy Speak er’ s post, which usually goes to the
main Opposition party, is vacant.
?The government must make amends and restore the
democratic majesty of Parliament.
Missing at birth
?To choose on the basis of gender and eliminate new
life if the gender is not ‘favourable ’ can easily be
among humani ty’ s worst moments.
?Usilampatti, Tamil Nadu: inhuman practice of feeding
female infants with the toxic milk of a local herb
?Data on sex ratio at birth (SRB) culled from the Civil
Registration System, show an alarming fall over the
years.
?From 903 girls for every 1,000 boys in 2007, it dropped
to 877 in 2016.
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House matters
? Delhi’ s communal conflagration
? go vernmen t’ s stubborn refusal to allow an immediate
discussion
?heavily demanded by the Opposition
?The altercation over a suitable timing for a
discussion on the issue.
?Congress members resorted to disruptive tactics
which led to the suspension of seven of them for the
rest of the session.
?A discussion will take place this week, and an all-
party committee announced on Friday might help
resolve the logjam.
?Temple of democracy
?Track record of disrupting Parliament
?The Parliamentary Affairs portfolio that used to be
handled by a political heavyweight engaging all
parties is now reduced in stature.
?The Spea ker ’ s traditional non-partisan role in ironing
out conflicts with the Opposition is also being
undermined by the combative troops on the treasury
benches.
?The Deputy Speak er’ s post, which usually goes to the
main Opposition party, is vacant.
?The government must make amends and restore the
democratic majesty of Parliament.
Missing at birth
?To choose on the basis of gender and eliminate new
life if the gender is not ‘favourable ’ can easily be
among humani ty’ s worst moments.
?Usilampatti, Tamil Nadu: inhuman practice of feeding
female infants with the toxic milk of a local herb
?Data on sex ratio at birth (SRB) culled from the Civil
Registration System, show an alarming fall over the
years.
?From 903 girls for every 1,000 boys in 2007, it dropped
to 877 in 2016.
?Activists point out that while infanticide may have
come down, sex selective abortion at scan
centres continues as the preferred vehicle for
parents (and grandparents) obsessed with son
preference.
?The Cen t re ’ s ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao ’ campaign
aimed at saving girl children has a huge unfinished
task in front of it.
?Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, effectively employed
the Cradle Baby Scheme to counter infanticide.
?This time we should use technology to monitor
every single pregnant woman right down to taluk
levels until at least one year after birth.
Page 5


House matters
? Delhi’ s communal conflagration
? go vernmen t’ s stubborn refusal to allow an immediate
discussion
?heavily demanded by the Opposition
?The altercation over a suitable timing for a
discussion on the issue.
?Congress members resorted to disruptive tactics
which led to the suspension of seven of them for the
rest of the session.
?A discussion will take place this week, and an all-
party committee announced on Friday might help
resolve the logjam.
?Temple of democracy
?Track record of disrupting Parliament
?The Parliamentary Affairs portfolio that used to be
handled by a political heavyweight engaging all
parties is now reduced in stature.
?The Spea ker ’ s traditional non-partisan role in ironing
out conflicts with the Opposition is also being
undermined by the combative troops on the treasury
benches.
?The Deputy Speak er’ s post, which usually goes to the
main Opposition party, is vacant.
?The government must make amends and restore the
democratic majesty of Parliament.
Missing at birth
?To choose on the basis of gender and eliminate new
life if the gender is not ‘favourable ’ can easily be
among humani ty’ s worst moments.
?Usilampatti, Tamil Nadu: inhuman practice of feeding
female infants with the toxic milk of a local herb
?Data on sex ratio at birth (SRB) culled from the Civil
Registration System, show an alarming fall over the
years.
?From 903 girls for every 1,000 boys in 2007, it dropped
to 877 in 2016.
?Activists point out that while infanticide may have
come down, sex selective abortion at scan
centres continues as the preferred vehicle for
parents (and grandparents) obsessed with son
preference.
?The Cen t re ’ s ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao ’ campaign
aimed at saving girl children has a huge unfinished
task in front of it.
?Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, effectively employed
the Cradle Baby Scheme to counter infanticide.
?This time we should use technology to monitor
every single pregnant woman right down to taluk
levels until at least one year after birth.
?Change in attitude
?The weapon that the government needs to use
now is one that will be powerful enough to
eliminate the perversion of son preference from
peopl e’ s minds.
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