Women's Bill a crack in the glass ceiling, Parliament still gender-unequal

The government introduced the Women's Reservation Bill in the Parliament almost three decades after it was first drafted


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Samreen Wani New Delhi

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India’s Parliament has the least gender diversity among key emerging-market (EM) economies, even though many of the country’s local bodies boast better women representation.

The government introduced the Women’s Reservation

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First Published: Sep 19 2023 | 7:09 PM IST

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