Law related to abortion – Part 3

Do read the previous articles on Abortion Laws Related To Miscarriage in India It is possible to get an abortion under the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971 if the pregnancy is under 20 weeks. However, it is subject to several conditions and the ability to get an abortion will depend on the opinion of... Continue Reading →

Law related to Abortion – part 1

ABSTRACT The project work basically talks about the miscarriage which is related to women in India and lays special emphasis on Sections 313 and Sections of IPC which are related to punishments for miscarriage. This project basically talks about the detailed study of miscarriage in India, punishments which are related to it and also talks... Continue Reading →

9 Months of Roller Coaster

Those 9 months are the most beautiful moments in a mother's life. These are the 9 months, wherein the mother has the child exclusively for herself. Nobody can touch or feel the child, apart from the mother. I still remember the day when I was holding my baby for the first time. It was the... Continue Reading →

Difference between my both Pregnancies

I have two children. Elder Son born in the year 2014 and younger daughter born in the year 2019. My journey of 9 months was totally different during both my pregnancies. Biologically and also socially. Some changes were beyond my control, some changes were those that I could control. Every pregnancy is different. Even if... Continue Reading →

Miscarriage: We Really Need To Talk About It

The moment we see those two pink lines on the Pregnancy Test Kit, our joys know no limit. The unknown bond between mother and the child has already come into existence. Even though you have not met the baby, yet you feel like your baby was always with you, as an inseparable part. Unfortunately, not... Continue Reading →

Shraddha Bhatte – Work Smart

Let us meet our 18th Supporter for the Work Smart Campaign. Shraddha Patil-Bhatte, 32, a working professional from Mumbai. What is your official office hours? No fixed working hours. How many hours do you spend at Work? Usually I work for 7 to 8 hours a day, Monday through Friday When did you first hear... Continue Reading →

The Most Beautiful Journey

Sometimes it is not the journey but it is the companion who makes your journey the most memorable. One of such journey was my 9 months with my Son and my better half. While during our pregnancy we tend to always be surrounded by thoughts about our unborn tiny tot we sometimes tend to ignore... Continue Reading →

A C-Section Mother is not a Mother

Since today morning, I came across atleast three post, wherein women were ranting about the mommy shaming they had to go because they had a C- Section birth. How many times, have we women not being shamed for our choices that we make. Admitted that giving birth is a natural process and only women have... Continue Reading →

When I loved you

This image may be disturbing for some people, where as for I am sure a lot of women can relate to this. This is an image of a mother post C- Section. With her Medicines on, bleeding as usual, a C- Section stich, sleepless eyes, uneasiness, new breastfeeding mother and millions of hope but a... Continue Reading →

Things to do during your pregnancy

Wish list of a pregnant mother: Pregnancy is one of the most beautiful phases of a woman’s life. Your body is preparing itself to give birth to another life; this may cause your body to go through a lot of chemical reactions. Everybody in and around you would be equally excited about the new addition... Continue Reading →

Will gender reveal reduce female feoticide ?

A simple Face Book conversation that I read between a mother and son about the importance of Gender Reveal, made me think about the same. Gender Reveal is a common procedure in many foreign countries, where in and around the 5th month of pregnancy, the parents know the Gender of the child. The reason being... Continue Reading →

Showing off your Baby Bump

Until a few years ago, women preferred to hide their pregnancy and Baby Bump for multiple reasons. Sometimes, for the fear of loosing work, sometimes, for the fear of not looking perfect in front of the society, which had always set unrealistic standards of beauty, most of the times, because we were told that showing... Continue Reading →

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