Only 27 percent of men in India participate in household chores, though there is significant variation across states.
Though there still exists a significant wage gap between men and women, wages for women in regular wage work have increased at a faster rate than men in some states, reducing the gap.
While women live longer than men in nearly all Indian states today, their life expectancies were lesser as compared to men in the 1970s.
Not only does India have fewer women working now compared to 6 years ago, it has fewer women actively looking for a job too.
Do states with high GSDP Per Capita have a low rate of underage marriages? What does the data tell us?
Does high percentage of underage marriage in a state mean lower percentage of women completing 10 or more years of schooling? What does NFHS data show?