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CHAPTER 1Gender and Nation: Woman Warriors in Chatterjee's Devi Chaudhurani and Anandamath I have never been defeated. The historical parameters of Anandamath and Devi Chaudhurani are the years between 17, which document the passage of the administration of Bengal from its Muslim emperor to the East India Company. To succour the good and destroy the evil doers, and to confirm the right am I in every age born.Clerics in the world's most populous Muslim-majority country have thrown their weight behind the draft bill.Critics say it will only encourage people to "live in sin" outside of wedlock, leaving women more vulnerable. We've heard many cases of foreigners marrying our women and then deserting them and their kids with nothing," Indonesian Council of Ulema chairman Amidhan told AFP."It looks like the government has no respect for Indonesian women. Why not charge local men who marry three or four wives but can't afford it? Her 39-year-old boyfriend, a banker who declined to give his name, said: "It's a clear statement by the government that it owns its people and it sells them on the meat market." "Maybe we'll also see catalogues in the future of women who are on the market for sale.Maybe I can open an office abroad and start marketing Indonesian women," he added sarcastically. " The proposal, spearheaded by the religious affairs ministry, will be sent to parliament for approval by the end of the year, an official said.There are many cases of local men having several wives and ditching them without giving money," she added.
"When the women are no longer of use, it's usually goodbye to them," he added without providing figures or research to back up his statement.If the couple divorce, the wife will be entitled to take the money.If they stick together for at least 10 years, they can claim it as "shared property". is intended to protect the rights of women and their children if their husbands neglect, fail to provide for, leave Indonesia secretly... the government wants to sell me off," sniffed 36-year-old events organiser Roslina, who is planning to tie the knot with her German boyfriend, Christopher, in September.The Indian nation’s goal of self-rule was expected to enable women’s full participation in private and public life. [Bankim believed that] the climate and Turkish rule had induced a degeneration in the Bengali personality and over time it had lost all dignity and manly feelings, though not a certain acuteness of intellect" (196; emphasis added).On the other hand, British colonial officials rendered themselves the protectors of passive Indian women against their “savage” male countrymen. Bengal's lengthy subjection to alien rule had destroyed its moral fiber and left the male population "crushed and spiritless" (197).