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NRI doctor beaten up for demanding dowry 26.10.2007 Sify News
A New York-based non-resident Indian (NRI) doctor was arrested here on Friday for demanding a dowry of Rs 50 lakh, but not before he and his family were given a sound thrashing by the bride's side for putting forth such a demand just before the wedding was to commence here.
NRI groom, parents arrested for demanding dowry 26.10.2007 IndiaInfo.com
A US-based doctor and his parents, allegedly asked Rs 50 lakh as dowry from the girl's parents, were arrested for allegedly demanding dowry just before the marriage ceremony was to be solemnised.
NRI groom, parents arrested for demanding dowry 26.10.2007 Express India-- Front Page
A US-based NRI and his parents were arrested for allegedly demanding dowry just before the marriage ceremony was to be solemnised.
Harassed men to celebrate first Barsi of Domestic Violence Act 24.10.2007 Oneindia.in: News

New Delhi, Oct 24 (UNI) This October 26, as the much touted Domestic Violence (DV)Act completes one year in force, Men cell, supported by Save Family Foundation and My Nation, will stage an all India protest at Jantar Mantar against the biased women laws in the country.
Man burns wife in full public view for dowry 24.10.2007 TOI: India
According to a complaint lodged by Babita's father Tapeshwar Paswan, his son-in-law had been making a series of demands and the latest was for Rs 30,000, which he couldn't give.
Equality, at any cost 23.10.2007 Hindustan Times: India
Sunita Aron writes about Sharifa Khanum, 41, who is building a mosque for women in Tamil Nadu. The Mosque will also have women in all key positions there such as the muezzin and the pesh imam. Read the full story in The New Muslim.
Four years of torture, no complaint 22.10.2007 TOI: Cities
These facts came to light in a five-year study conducted between 2002 and 2007 on 1,805 victims who came to Delhi Police’s Crime Against Women Cell for help.
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Men apologetic in 74% of cases 22.10.2007 TOI: Cities
Women activists feel that with rising consumerism, there’s a big spurt in the middle class’s material expectations from a marriage.
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4 yrs of torture in Delhi, no complaint 22.10.2007 TOI: Cities
These facts came to light in a five-year study conducted between 2002 and 2007 on 1,805 victims who came to Delhi Police’s Crime Against Women Cell for help.
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Loud with lines 20.10.2007 Hindu:Metro Plus: Mangalore
K.B. Manjunath, who has more than 13,000 published cartoons in newspapers, held his exhibition in the city
Violence within the four walls on the rise 19.10.2007 Kangla Online
Violence within the four walls on the rise
Wife accuses ATC official of torture 19.10.2007 TOI: Cities
The wife of a senior air-traffic control official has accused him of adultery and mental torture since seven years.
Woman set on fire for dowry in Delhi 18.10.2007 India eNews: Top Headlines
A woman was allegedly set on fire by her in-laws in east Delhi Thursday after her parents failed to meet their dowry demands. Her condition was stated to be critical with 70 percent burn injuries, police said.
Woman set on fire for dowry in Delhi 18.10.2007 Hindustan Times: India
A woman was allegedly set on fire by her in-laws in east Delhi on Thursday after her parents failed to meet their dowry demands.
Dowry: SC to examine if marriage precondition for prosecution 18.10.2007 Ind Law News
Dowry: SC to examine if marriage precondition for prosecution
Hyderabad woman jumps from flyover 18.10.2007 TOI: Cities
A woman, aged around 35, attempted suicide by jumping from the SBH flyover near Hari Hara Kala Bhavan in Secunderabad on Wednesday.
IAS summoned in molestation case 18.10.2007 Hindustan Times: India
A city court has issued summons to an IAS officer, currently posted in the Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, for allegedly molesting his sister-in-law, reports Naziya Alvi.
Rs2 lakh to cover dowry death case 17.10.2007 DNA: Mumbai
A police patil of Sunegaon village in Latur demanded Rs 50 lakh for not going to the police with the complaint of alleged poisoning of his daughter by her in-laws.
HC suspends sentence of Tanveer 17.10.2007 Hindu: Karnataka
BANGALORE: The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday allowed a criminal appeal by Tanveer Ahmed and suspended his sentence, subject to payment of Rs. 28,000 as costs. Tanveer Ahmed, a resident of Tyanari Road in Pillana Garden, Bangalore, had ...
HC asks Delhi Police to frame guidelines for lodging of FIRs 16.10.2007 DNA: India
The Delhi High Court has asked the city police to issue guidelines for registration of FIRs in an offence which are not committed here.
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