ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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LABOUR-Many Loose Ends

crimination, atrocity, etc, could be referred; (2) enforcement of equal wages act and 25 per cent representation for women in jobs and in technical institutes; (3) recognition of the social nature of women's work in the family by way of house-work and child-care; only by providing socially arranged services for these activities can women be enabled to play an equal part in the development of our society; a women's cell should operate in every productive organisation to ensure the provision and proper running of such supportive services; (4) provision of drinking water, as a matter of the highest priority, for the rural and urban poor; (5) review of the EGS in order to enable women to take better advantage of it; more complete and comprehensive registration of tin- employed women; (6) provision of separate sanitary facilities for women in the rural areas and in areas where the urban poor live.

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