What is the divorce pension for Indian women?
A pension payment for women living with the husband or a family member in India is the mainstay of modern Indian society.
According to the government, it is a basic social welfare benefit for those women who have the financial means to do so.
The Indian National Family Welfare Association (INFWA), which represents nearly 4 million Indian women, estimates that only a minority of the more than 60 million women in the country are eligible to receive a pension.
According the INFWA, the number of women who receive pensions is only around 2.5 percent of the population.
The pension system in India differs from that in the US, Canada and many other developed countries.
The income threshold is set at an annual salary of about US$1.6 million, and there are several other exemptions that can be made for women.
The government, however, does not provide an annual income-based pension for women in India, although the minimum pension is equal to that of men.
In fact, women in general do not receive any form of government pension at all, with the exception of maternity leave and retirement allowances.
Indian women live in a patriarchal society in which they are expected to be subservient to their husbands.
They also are often pressured to work to support their families and families are not given any financial assistance to help with the transition to retirement.
This has led to a huge number of cases of women living in poverty in India.
As the majority of Indian women do not have the means to support themselves financially, many of them have resorted to drastic measures in order to save for their retirement.
Indians in India are required to work for at least three months before they can receive any pension.
They are also required to take out at least Rs. 2 lakh of loans to finance their family’s expenses, which can be extremely difficult for them.
The most common way for women to save is through savings, with most women choosing to take a loan from the family members to fund their lifestyle.
However, the average Indian woman does not have enough savings to retire.
The country is also one of the few developed countries in the world that has a large number of people who have a child under the age of five, and this means that the child is at the mercy of parents who are not able to support the child financially.
In addition, women have a lower earning capacity in India than other developed nations.
For example, the median income for women is only about Rs. 30,000 ($2,900) per year, compared to the national average of Rs. 65,000 (approximately US$4,400).
While women are required by law to earn their salaries, many don’t have the skills or the knowledge to do it.
For instance, only about one in five Indian women are in the field of education, while the average educational attainment is just over 90 percent.
In other words, women tend to be paid less than men in India for the same work, and often are forced to work less and less to make ends meet.
The women’s rights group, All India Men’s Association, has called on Indian society to raise the minimum wage and improve their social protection systems.
According a 2015 study, women working in India earn less than their male counterparts, and many do not earn enough to be able to afford a decent standard of living.
In the wake of the Indian government’s announcement that it will raise the retirement age to 70 years, it was hoped that the pension system would be changed.
However this has not been the case.
While Indian women now have access to pensions at an average of US$6,000 per year for women, this does not mean that women can retire at the same rate as men.
Indian men are still required to earn a minimum wage of around US$3,000, and even though the minimum salary is set as an annual wage, it does not come close to what women in Indian society can earn.
A government study conducted in 2014 indicated that the minimum salaries for Indian men in various industries were far below what women could earn.
For those men who are employed in construction, engineering, retail, agriculture, manufacturing and public administration, the minimum wages were below US$2,500 ($4,100).
While the average salary for Indian male workers was about US $30,000 annually, the women’s average salary was only around Rs. 25,000($5,300).
However, according to the INFPWA, most Indian women have not been given any form to decide on their retirement income, and their options are limited.
For many, the most likely option is to wait until their child turns five to get a pension, but this can be a difficult process.
For women who are still able to work and support their family, there are also many options for them to save.
According TOI, women can make contributions to their retirement savings through savings accounts, but these are limited to about US5,000 or US10,000 in the case of those