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- Over 600 million Indians face high-to-extreme water stress currently. However, the crises may deepen in the future, considering the alarming level at which water levels in the country are depleting. Here's a look at the current water situation in the country.
Chennai-Kanyakumari Industrial Corridor Gets $451 Million FundingThe Chennai-Kanyakumari Industrial Corridor project has received a boost with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approving $451 million funding. The overall cost of the project, which will connect southern parts in Tamil Nadu with the northern parts, is estimated to be $653.5 million.
Where's My Share: Understanding Daughters' Right To PropertyMakaanIQ explains women's right in their fathers' properties.
Examining A Muslim Woman's Right To PropertyIn a recent development, a public interest litigation has been filed asking for an amendment in the Muslim personal law on inheritance, alleging that Muslim women are being discriminated on the issues relating to sharing of property in comparison to their male counterparts. The petition claimed that the discrimination based on customary law as well as the statutory law violated Muslim women's fundamental right to equality enshrined under Articles 14, 19, 21 and other relevant provisions of the Constitution.
How To Claim Your Share In An Ancestral PropertyA property or a land parcel inherited up to four generations of male lineage is regarded as an ancestral property. According to the Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005, daughters have equal rights over an undivided ancestral property. A father who is the current owner of a family property must share ownership rights with his son, provided the share of the former is decided first after which the successive generations can subdivide the portion from their corresponding predecessor. Such properties cannot be sold without the successors’ consent and can be reclaimed by filing a suit for partition in a court.