Violence distresses the lives of millions of women worldwide, in all socio-economic and educational classes. It cuts across cultural and religious obstructions, blocking the right of women to participate fully in society. Violence against women takes a disgusting variety of forms, from domestic abuse and rape to child marriages and female circumcision. In India women create nearly fifty percent of our population. Women are denied human rights from the framework to the grave..
The Post-colonial experiences have made the family relationships so diificult and troublesome due to the breakout throughout the country. Children and adults lost their home and the struggles and troublesome difficulties they had in their homeland. The development of the colonizer’s land, made them to become confused with where their loyalties should lie. In Arundhati Roy’s novel ‘The God of Small Things’, the family which is presented is a family filled with tragedy. It is their own traditions and cultures that made them to go through the tragedy.
Their lives have been shaped by the government so much that the effects of the past actions made by the whites have become substantially irreversible, forcing the Native American population to suffer and make sacrificing choices in order to live in the present world. Moreover, Sherman Alexie, a fellow Native American and author of the novel The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian, is able to show through his depiction of Indian societies not only the problems being faced by Indians nowadays, but problems being faced through the eyes of a teenage boy. The novel has its main character, Arnold Spirit, suffering through poverty and the already stated problems in his reservation, the Wellpinit reservation, and feels the obligation of making a change regarding his own life. He leaves his reservation to try to gain success, opportunities, and hope, only to encounter even more problems ahead of him. With that in mind, it becomes evident that the social, economic, and cultural problems Arnold and his reservation
Survival is our only tool and we will cling to it - even if we have to cross borders". The murder, rape, torture, violence, burnings, lootings, and forced evictions of Rohingya are continuing. The Burma security forces have a long history of discrimination and systematic human rights abuses against Rohingya. Described by some as an ‘open prison’ (Lewa 2009: 11). The most frequently documented large-scale abuses include: extra-judicial killings;rape and sexual violence; torture; political arrests and detentions; forced relocation;destruction of livelihoods and confiscations of land and resources; home and business arson;forced labour; child labour; human trafficking; use of child soldiers; and the denial offreedom of movement, assembly, association, expression, and religion (Islamic Human RightsCommission 2005 and Petrasek 2000).
As well as school teachers suffered from indignation and soldiers hatred at checkpoints, in this context the education of girls and women was the more areas affected, due to fear on them pushed some families to force and prevent their daughters from going to schools and completing their education. In addition to this, health statues of the Palestinian families continue to deteriorate because of the difficulties of access to health services where due to checkpoints, gates and policy closures. Especially to those who stay in a western side of the Wall are suffered from a daily and serious problem to access health in particular
In the past days, weeks, months even years, Mindanao is known to be a chaotic place where they asked for a separate government over the national government. Many people have been fighting for their independence and hoping for a peaceful environment but it just worsens. For more than 40 years minority Muslim groups, indigenous ethnic people known collectively as Moros have fought for self-determination. The Mindanao conflict, expressed in Muslim armed resistance against the Philippine state, has deep historical roots and resolution is definitely not easy. The armed conflict which has been fought under two competing banners of national self-determination on the one hand, and protection of state rights on the other hand, has taken thousands of lives, destroyed millions worth of properties, and displaced a magnitude of people who sought refuge in other regions of the country as well as in neighboring countries.
Civil war has submerged Sri Lanka in a state of terror, tragedy, poverty, sorrow and chaos. Consider the following excerpts “[Everyone’s scared, Anil. It’s a national disease. ]” In addition, “Inside the Civil Rights movement offices at the Nadesan centre were the fragments of collected information revealing the sighting of a son, a younger brother [and] a father [whom were missing].” Throughout the book we also can see that Gamini has often had hundreds of injured patients in a day, from bomb blasts and gunshot wounds to roadside crucifixions. All three of these evidences display to us the fear, tragedy, death and casualties that have swept over Sri Lanka because of the civil war, this displays to us the societal change brought on by the conflict of hate and fear.
1.1 INTRODUCTION Research studies have showed that from 35 % to 75% of women in India face verbal, physical, or sexual violence from their spouses or other men known to them (Jejeebhoy,1998). Violence against women is a very delicate issue in a social context and specially in India where they have a special place for family honour is given. Any act which affects the family honour is not tolerated and very strongly looked down. So, the acts of violence are rarely talked out of the family and its close margins. Violence against women is extensive and is the cruelest social instruments to oppress women.
Clash of Civilization in Middle East Ever since demise of ‘Communist threat’ in 1993, all scholars of the world are proliferating about future of the world. Among them ‘Samuel P. Huntington 's theory’ ‘Clash of Civilization’ is topic of debate in all over the world. According to this, “Conflicts of post-cold war era occur along cultural fault lines like region, ethnic groups and nationalities and religious group and divide civilization at two levels. First is micro level, in which countries try to hold their control in their territory. Second is macro level, in which countries compete for military power in order to promote their political and religious values.
About 1.25 million Indian soldiers and labourers served in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, while both the Indian administration and the princes sent large supplies of food, money, and ammunition. However, Bengal and Punjab remained sources of anticolonial activities. Revolutionary attacks in Bengal, associated increasingly with disturbances in Punjab, were significant enough to nearly paralyse the regional administration.  After the war In the aftermath of World War I, high casualty rates, increasing inflation compounded by heavy taxation, the deadly 1918 flu pandemic, and the disruption of trade during the war escalated human suffering in India. The costs of the protracted war in both money and manpower were great.