Women are still held back in several parts of India, under the restrictions of old traditions and cultural norms. Not a lot of the youth want to lead the nation and become politicians. However, small changes are taking place, people are taking stands, women are becoming more independent, and these are all due to the economic liberalization of India. These movies are just visual encapsulations of what changes people want to see happening. Freedom is every human’s right and choices define what we do with our freedom, so like the movies; we shape a better world as we all make the correct choices.
Scenario 1 Many employees in company A are not likely to have needs for the specifict benefit programs that the company offers, hence it makes sense to get rid of the benefit programs that some employees use and others do not use. The level of benefits provided must meet the needs or objectives of the employees and employers in order to attract employees' willingness to receive benefits instead of direct cash compensations. For company A, the characteristics of the workforce must be considered first when choosing the benefits. In this scenario, Sue is an old female employee whose children are out of college and parents are deceased. It is not likely that the child-care program along with an elder-care program would be highly valued and considered desirable to her.
It is based on several factors including the position, title, pay scale, etc. of the employee. An employee can avail the benefits of LTA only when it is a part of his/her salary structure. An eligible employee can claim for the LTA when he/she travelled alone or with the family. This allowance type covers the travel expenses of your family- spouse, children, parents, and siblings as well.
However, Takaki does not provide us with enough context to evaluate this statistic. Takaki does not tell us how long it typically takes refugee families to settle in and find a job they can do despite the possible language barrier and inherent prejudice in the U.S. He doesn’t even tell us how long an American family is typically on welfare. As readers, we have nothing to compare those four to ten years with. As the readers ,we do not know if either of these statistics are significant or trivial, but
Americans have a choice when it comes to marriage today, and although their parents are usually asked permission to wed, individuals decide for themselves if they would like to spend the rest of their life with one another. In India, however, this is not normally the case. Parents in India are in control of who their children marry and parental opinions are never ignored. Marriage for those living in India is everything but optional. Indians believe that marrying is the first step into adulthood, and who they marry shows signs of wealth.
In addition to this, we do not stay in another country for around ten days as if it were a leisure trip. Rather, it is more than six months, so we cannot conveniently go back to our own countries. We encounter bad experiences because of the gap of cultures and languages, or we just do not suit the country. As I said, we cannot predict until we go to the country and stay. Besides, these bad experiences affect our study.
Although arranged marriages are still widely popular in India, modern couples find themselves fixing their own marriages rather than relying on their parents or guardians. Love marriages tend to carry the stigma of rebellion and instability, but are becoming more common and accepted among modern Hindus. Until the twentieth century, getting married before the onset of puberty was considered important, especially for women. Since traditional Indian culture manifests that women have a stronger sex drive than men, an early marriage ensures that they would not disgrace the family when under the influence of their irresistible urges. Due to the fact that arranged marriages are the norm in India, it is possible for early marriages to occur.
Hence gender inequality remains a fact of life. The unequal perception of women in India is not parellel to any other country. Even now the birth of a daughter is not an occasion of happiness for many families in India. As soon as a baby is born, parents, kith and kin are likely to ask ‘Is it a boy or girl’. The advances made in social legislation and due to certain reform movements Indian women achieved better position.
In other cases, databases are not set up to be readily searched, data is not inputted into system as ‘tourism’, but as ‘commercial activity’ and in several cases, the detail of activity or data is not even kept. This seems to indicate an inherent problem in the data management of tourism enterprise concession consent applications with regard to tourism, and a technical inability to retrieve useful information that can inform tourism planning at local, regional and national strategic levels. Acknowledging the limitations of the data, the following results give a broad indication of the workings of the ZAWA process in relation to tourism development within local communities/ councils. Twenty four respondents representing 56% had dealt with tourism enterprise concession consent applications since 2010. The highest number of applications dealt with by one authority was 40.
In India, dating is not something that occurs. Most individuals in India do not have any interaction with the bride or groom prior to their wedding day, therefore, they do not personally know who they are marrying (Nanda 624). Though these differences exist, pros and cons reflect on each of them. In India, most marriages are arranged by the parents of the individual and relatives. Decision-making is based on the parents’ qualifications and what they are wanting out of the future spouse for their son or daughter.