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Apart from theses cases there are many other cases in which the Apex Court had given the judgments, helping to give a dignified status to the women, for example Madhu Kishwar V State of Bihar, Gaurav Jain V Union of India, Delhi Domestic Working Women's Forum V Union of India, Bodhisathwa Gautam V Subhra Chakraborty.
In spite of having so many enactments dealing with women and judgments of the Supreme Court protecting women the downtrodden and poor conditions of women has not been improved and she still faces all types of atrocities and legislature and judiciary some what fails to provide respect to women in society.
Article 39(a) of the Constitution provides that the state in particular direct its policy towards securing that citizen, men and women equally, have the right to an adequate means of livelihood.
Further Supreme Court in this case said that, as there is no law relating to sexual harassment in India, therefore the provisions of International Conventions and norms are to taken into consideration, and charted certain guidelines to be observed at all work places or other institutions, until a legislation is enacted for the purpose. The Court further stated that international instrument such as the convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and the Beijing Declaration casts obligations on the state to take appropriate measures to prevent gender inequalities and protect the honour and dignity of women.Another landmark judgement was given by the Apex Court in the case of Gita Hariharan V Reserve Bank of India, in this case the Court interpreted section 6 of the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act 1956 and held that the mother could act as the natural guardian of the minor during the father's lifetime if the father was not in charge of the affairs of the minor.In Vishaka and others V State of Rajasthan, the Supreme Court held that sexual harassment of working women at her place of an employment amounts to violation of rights of gender equality and right to life and liberty which is clear violation of Article 14, 15 and 21 of the Indian Constitution.948: Employees State Insurance Act 1948 and Pensions Act ,1987.In addition to this, the Constitution of India which is regarded as the supreme law of the land too gives special protection to women.