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  • Re: What's in a name ?

    by » 7 years ago


    Mousumi Ghosh
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    I think most women these days who are working remain to continue with their maiden names. This is not only convenient but also helps keeps a women's identity intact. Moreover, imagine if we have to change names in all our official documents, it would be so cumbersome, so it is better to stick to our maiden names.


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  • Re: What's in a name ?

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu
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    I think most women these days who are working remain to continue with their maiden names. This is not only convenient but also helps keeps a women's identity intact. Moreover, imagine if we have to change names in all our official documents, it would be so cumbersome, so it is better to stick to our maiden names.

     

    True. Realizing these problems, now many working and non- working women are retaining their maden names.

     


  • Re: What's in a name ?

    by » 7 years ago


    geetha
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    I think most women these days who are working remain to continue with their maiden names. This is not only convenient but also helps keeps a women's identity intact. Moreover, imagine if we have to change names in all our official documents, it would be so cumbersome, so it is better to stick to our maiden names.

     

    True. Realizing these problems, now many working and non- working women are retaining their maden names.

     

    Yes sir. Nowadays most women dont change their maiden names after marriage.The main factor here is women dont want to change their identity. Most of the women are working and also the fact that nowadays there is more awarness among people even in rural areas.  So, no one is insisting much about these sort of things these days as in earlier times.

     

     


  • Re: What's in a name ?

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu
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    I think most women these days who are working remain to continue with their maiden names. This is not only convenient but also helps keeps a women's identity intact. Moreover, imagine if we have to change names in all our official documents, it would be so cumbersome, so it is better to stick to our maiden names.

     

    True. Realizing these problems, now many working and non- working women are retaining their maden names.

     

    Yes sir. Nowadays most women dont change their maiden names after marriage.The main factor here is women dont want to change their identity. Most of the women are working and also the fact that nowadays there is more awarness among people even in rural areas.  So, no one is insisting much about these sort of things these days as in earlier times.

     

    A heartening fact indeed.More and more women are becoming aware of their stature.

     

     

     


  • Re: What's in a name ?

    by » 7 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    Many women do stick to their maiden names even after marriage, but after their children are born, the problems arise such as during admission to schools, for passport for the kids. If the names of husband and wife do not match, then an affidavit has to be given which is not really an easy task to obtain. whereas name immediately after marriage is not a big thing, all one has to do is submit an application enclosed with copy of marriage certificate. Easy and prudent thing to do . Also keeps the confusion away from the child's mind - he or she would not understand the difference in the names of his parents!


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  • Re: What's in a name ?

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu
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    Many women do stick to their maiden names even after marriage, but after their children are born, the problems arise such as during admission to schools, for passport for the kids. If the names of husband and wife do not match, then an affidavit has to be given which is not really an easy task to obtain. whereas name immediately after marriage is not a big thing, all one has to do is submit an application enclosed with copy of marriage certificate. Easy and prudent thing to do . Also keeps the confusion away from the child's mind - he or she would not understand the difference in the names of his parents!

     

    True. There are problemsi surrounding retaining the maden name. That's what the writer discussed in detal in the link article.

     


  • Re: What's in a name ?

    by » 7 years ago


    usha manohar
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    Most ladies now keep both their maiden sir name and add on their husbands name as well, which is I feel a good thing since there will be no confusion in the minds of the concerned authorities ...


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  • Re: What's in a name ?

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu
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    Most ladies now keep both their maiden sir name and add on their husbands name as well, which is I feel a good thing since there will be no confusion in the minds of the concerned authorities ...

     

    True. Retaining sur name and adding husband's name is a sensible solution.

     


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Participation of youth in politics

Our youth forms the crux of our society. They are the major work force behind every political movement and decision making. But they often face a lot of challenges and discrimination. So do you think our society at large supports the involvement of youth in politics, or discourages them?
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