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Sri lanka monitors withdrawal devastating state of distress and depression for women. We need to make sure that as men continue to play the role of gatekeeper in our society, women are given greater say in shaping their own destinies, and therefore contribute to the development of women's empowerment and well-being.

Sri Lanka monitors withdrawal devastating state of distress and depression for women. We need to make sure that as men continue to play the role of gatekeeper in our society, women are given greater say in shaping their own destinies, and therefore contribute to the development of women's empowerment and well-being.

A survey of 1,000 female college students across five Indian states, conducted by a government research institute in November 2012, found that the lack of opportunities for women due to women's economic and social disadvantage is more common than previous studies, even as many women continue to face life challenges such as child abuse and marital violence.

The study, published in the Indian Journal of Sociology, highlighted how the "misandry" of patriarchal society is fuelling the gender equality movement. In the past decade, social media has also helped increase awareness of the impact of patriarchy on women's rights. According to the survey, many women's lives, including their education, self-esteem and economic situation, have been impacted by this backlash.

Sri Lanka monitors withdrawal devastating state of distress and depression for women. We need to make sure that as men continue to play the role of gatekeeper in our society, women are given greater say in shaping their own destinies, and therefore contribute to the development of women's empowerment and well-being.

With the coming-together of women in diverse contexts, in the form of festivals, camps, educational events and events for all ages, Sri Lanka monitors withdrawal devastating state of distress and depression for women. We need to make sure that as men continue to play the role of gatekeeper in our society, women are given greater say in shaping their own destinies, and therefore contribute to the development of women's empowerment and well-being.

A survey of 1,000 female college students across five Indian states, conducted by a government research institute in November 2012, found that the lack of opportunities for women due to women's economic and social disadvantage is more common than previous studies, even as many women continue to face life challenges such as child abuse and marital violence.

The study, published in the Indian Journal of Sociology, highlighted how the "misandry" of patriarchal society is fuelling the gender equality movement. In the past decade, social media has also helped increase awareness of the impact of patriarchy on women's rights. According to the survey, many women's lives, including their education, sel
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Bali confirms it will seek death penalty for drug smugglers

Published 1:03 PM, August 22, 2016

MANILA, Philippines – The United States and the Philippines, seeking the death penalty for alleged drug-smuggling ring chief Jolo "Kool Bum" Baguan, have reached a bilateral agreement that will help pave the way for a trial.

As per the agreement reached in an unprecedented press conference Monday, October 19, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Philippine government will cooperate to expedite the execution of Kool Bum Baguan, aka "Jojo", accused of being the ring leader of drug trafficking network that involved scores of Filipinos from across the Asia-Pacific.

Baguan, known as Jojo, is scheduled to appear in front of a House Foreign Affairs Committee next month for an on-camera news briefing.

Jailed since April 26 for his role in running the network, Baguan reportedly confessed to being involved in illegal drugs in exchange for up to RM10 million that he collected on the black market and sold to Asian buyers, according to the DOJ.

The agreement will see the Philippines begin its own court process, beginning with his testimony, and would see the imposition of death penalty before the judge is satisfied, according to Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II.

Baguan, who is expected to be arrested by his accomplices following his September 23, 2014 surrender, is set to appear in front of a House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday, October 30, at 2:00 pm. (READ: Jojo: Where is the 'Jojo' baguado?)

Philippine officials, meanwhile, said they will now begin work on his extradition from the United States, despite the delay with the DOJ.

"We were informed this morning that the DOJ has agreed to agree to this as part of bilateral cooperation regarding the issuance of the death penalty in the Philippines," attorney general's chief secretary Bernardo S. Canizares said at Monday's press conference.

Baguan, who is accused of having links to the same drug rings he was indicted against, could also face the death penalty if found guilty for his role in the ongoing investigation. (READ: A list of suspected drug lords in the Philippines)

Attorney General Jesus Dureza said the "conspiracy of silence" between the DOJ and the DOJ would now finally be ended. (READ: DOJ's 'conspiracy of silence' on Bongbong?)

The DOJ and Philippine government "will cooperate on this front (of cooperating on death penalty) because I do not want to allow people to continue to use what I refer to as the 'conspiracy of silence,'" Dureza told reporters.

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