Who are the women members famous in Indian politics?
To Begin with a) M/S Indira Gandhi b) M/s Sonia Gandhi c) M/s Pratibha Patil Sekhawat d) M/s Sushma Swaraj e) M/s Mayawati f) Dr. J. Jayalaliltha g) M/s Vasundhra Raje i) M/s Uma Bharti j) M/s Renuka Chowdhry k) Dr. Girija Vyas l) M/s Kamla Beniwal m) M/s Jayanti Natrajan n) M/s Ambika Soni o) M/s Hema Malini p) M/s Aruna Swami
2 famous Indian women revolutionaries from India of 19-20 cenury?
Jim Barry has written: 'The women's movement and local politics' -- subject(s): Feminism, Women city council members, Women in politics
A list of some of nine of the most famous Indian women lawyer's.Angelique Townsend EagleWomanCynthia GomezHeather Kendall-MillerStacy LeedsArlinda LocklearAngela RileyChristine WilliamsFawn Sharp
60 Lok Sabha MPs [15th Lok Sabha] and 26 Rajya Sabha MPs are women. Thus a total of 86 MPs are women in Indian Parliament as on September 2012.
Jurgette A. Honculada has written: 'Transforming the mainstream' -- subject(s): Women, Women in public life, Women labor union members, Government policy, Women in politics, Feminism
Some famous American Indian women are Sacagawea and Pocahontas. Sacagawea acted as a guide to Lewis and Clark, and Pocahontas converted to Christianity and traveled to England.
Geraldine Hancock Forbes has written: 'Positivism in Bengal' -- subject(s): Hindu Philosophy, History, Intellectual life, Philosophy, Hindu, Positivism 'Indian women and the freedom movement' -- subject(s): Women in public life, Politics and government, Women in politics
Rafiq Zakaria has written: 'The Struggle within Islam' -- subject(s): Islam and politics 'Rise of Muslims in Indian politics' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Muslims, Political activity, History 'Is Islam secular ?' -- subject(s): Islam, Secularism, History 'Communal Rage in Secular India' -- subject(s): Riots, Hindus, Muslims, Communalism, Ethnic relations 'Sardar Patel and Indian Muslims' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Muslims 'A study of Nehru' 'Women & politics in Islam' -- subject(s): Women, Islamic law… Read More
Consuelo Castedo has written: 'Consuelo Castedo' -- subject(s): Political activity, Labor union members, Women labor leaders, Interviews, Bolivia, Biography, Women 'Consuelo Castedo' -- subject(s): Women in politics, Labor union members, Women labor leaders, Interviews, Bolivia, Biography, Women
Hope Chamberlin has written: 'A minority of members: women in the U.S. Congress' -- subject(s): Biography, Women, Women in politics, History, United States, United States. Congress
Christine Collette has written: 'For labour and for women' -- subject(s): History, Labour Party (Great Britain), Women and socialism, Women in politics, Women labor union members, Women's Labour League
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native Indian: Wilma mankiller, Sarah winnemucca, kayln freer, lamedeer, robin maxkii, nas'naga India Indian: corenial sorabai, aishyrai rai, deepika,
Nikki Craske has written: 'Women and politics in Latin America' -- subject(s): Women in politics, Politics and government
The Chippewa have given us many famous people. Jeanette Corbiere-Lavel is a famous human rights activist who fought for rights to be restored to women who married non-Indian men. Leonard Peltier ,a human rights activist, still in prison for a crime that evidence shows he did not commit. Dennis Banks is the co founder of the American Indian movement. Winona LaDuke is a famous writer and activist.
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Diane Urquhart has written: 'Women in Ulster politics, 1890-1940' -- subject(s): 19th century, 20th century, History, Politics and government, Women, Women in politics
The region of Southern Asia is also known as the Indian Subcontinent. Famous men and women from this region include Mohandas Gandhi who masterminded the nonviolence movement for Indian independence, Nobel Laureate Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar and the Srinivasa Ramanujan, a gifted mathematician.
There are many famous women from the Indian Hockey team the list of 5 below are probably the most current stars of the game. Ritu Rani Jaspreet Kaur Savita Poonia Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam Amandeep Kaur
Fanny Tabak has written: 'A mulher brasileira no Congresso Nacional' -- subject(s): Brazil, Brazil. Congresso Nacional, History, Women in politics, Women legislators 'O perfil da vereadora brasileira' -- subject(s): Women city council members
V. Spike Peterson has written: 'Global gender issues' -- subject(s): World politics, Women in politics, Political activity, Women 'Global gender issues in the new millennium' -- subject(s): World politics, Political activity, Women, Women in politics 'Gendered States'
India is the world famous country in women fashion. Lots of Indian clothes like saree, salwar, lehenga, kurti etc wear by the indian women. It all comes in different types of fabric and designs which used in wedding, festival and other occasions. It also wear as a casual wear. Lehenga saree and Fishtail lehenga is the one of the latest fashion outfit in all over the world.
Linda McDougall has written: 'Westminster women' -- subject(s): Biography, Politics and government, Women in politics, Women politicians
Barbara Guttmann has written: 'Den weiblichen Einfluss geltend machen--' -- subject(s): History, Social conditions, Women in politics, Feminism, Women '\\' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Women politicians, Women in politics, Biography
Yvonne Galligan has written: 'Women and Politics in Contemporary Ireland' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Women in politics, Women's rights, Social conditions, Feminism, Women 'Gender politics and democracy in post-socialist Europe' -- subject(s): Democracy, Gender-based analysis, Political aspects, Political aspects of Sex role, Politics and government, Post-communism, Sex role, Women in politics
Alice Paul was famous for equal rights and the right to vote for women. She was the National Chairman of the Congressional Union for Women's Suffrage (CUWS) which later became the National Women's Party. She was among the first group to ever picket the White House. She created opportunities for women to participate in politics. She built an effective international network among women.
Indira Gandhi was the first woman prime minister of India. She held that office until she was assassinated in 1984.
Yes they do marry Indian women.
Indian women get married in their tradition. There are different traditions.
The New Politics Movement started in the 1960s as a group of people who were against the Vietnam war. The members of the group went on to create other groups, such as the National Organization for Women, the Common Cause group and the Sierra Club, to name a few.
I want to reinact the civil War but I also want to be a spainerd or Indian. So that leads me to one question. Were there any famous Indians or spanierd women in the civil war era?
There were several Indian men that were famous during the Civil War Era. Stand Watie was a Native American in the Confederate Army. There are no reports of any Spaniard or Native American women participating in the Civil War.
The women's suffrage movement that finally led to their right to vote gave politics a broader span of "voices" on election issues. Generally speaking, it took Western nations some time before women were given the rights they were entitled too. In the US, the 19th amendment of 1920 gave women their voting rights. By comparison it took the UK until 1928 to give women the same rights that American women had.
Although women do not nearly represent 50% of the people in politics, there are many powerful women in politics including Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, Dilma Rousseff, the President of Brazil, and Hillary Clinton, former US Secretary of State. As of January 2013, there are 20 female senators (20%) and 78 female representatives (18%) in the United States. All of these women have made major impacts in politics and government, and women have been… Read More
Carol Hardy-Fanta has written: 'Latino electoral campaigns in Massachusetts' -- subject(s): Case studies, Hispanic American women, Politics and government, Hispanic American politicians, Political activity 'Latina politics, Latino politics' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Hispanic American women, Hispanic Americans, Political participation, Political activity 'Women of talent' -- subject(s): Women in public life, Officials and employees, Selection and appointment, Women in politics
In 1864, a peaceful Indian camp in Sand Creek Colorado was attacked by about 700 members of the Colorado Militia, killing about 150- mainly women and children.
A) the role of slave labor of providing revenues B) the tendency of regional fragmentation C) the use of military rulers D) the wide interest of diverse political theory E) the inclusion of women as political leaders The Correct answer is "C". Information provided by WinC0de
Betty Taymor has written: 'Running against the wind' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Sex discrimination against women, Women in politics, Women political candidates, Women politicians
Bih-Er Chou has written: 'Women in Taiwan politics' -- subject(s): Women in politics
Sueli Carneiro has written: 'Mulher negra' -- subject(s): Black Women, Politics and government, Social conditions, Women in politics, Political activity, Women
Farzana Bari has written: 'Role and performance' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Case studies, Women in politics, Women legislators, Political activity, Women
Leela Kasturi has written: 'Women workers in India' -- subject(s): Case studies, Employment, Women 'Development, patriarchy, and politics' -- subject(s): Women in development, Women in politics, Legal status, laws, Women
Because politics have granted women their rights, the answer is yes.
The progressives wanted to change the way congressional members were elected because they felt there was an "unholy alliance between corrupt business and politics." The progressives supported the eight-hour work day, unemployment insurance, and a minimum wage for women.
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It means that the Indian women are married.
Liz Sperling has written: 'Women, political philosophy and politics' -- subject(s): Philosophy, Political science, Women in politics 'Barriers to women participating in higher education'
Neville C. Duncan has written: 'Women and politics in Barbados, 1948-1981' -- subject(s): Women in politics
Margaret Maxwell has written: 'Narodniki women' -- subject(s): Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, Politics and government, Women in politics