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Indian wedding Website has 'no dowry' clause 12.10.2007 Express India-- Front Page
Gifts of cash and gold may be essential to getting a husband in India, but hundreds of people are flocking to a matrimonial Web site which finds suitable partners averse to this traditional practice of dowry.
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A wedding Web site with 'no dowry' clause 12.10.2007 Financial Express
A wedding Web site with 'no dowry' clause
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Law panel against death for bride killers 12.10.2007 Hindustan Times: News
Law Commission recommends to the govt not to prescribe capital punishment in dowry death cases, reports Satya Prakash.
Banker held for wife's suicide 12.10.2007 TOI: Cities
Police sources said they are trying to find out if the victim was harassed by her in-laws, who had come to Gurgaon a few days back.
Let 10-year jail be minimum for dowry death: Law panel 12.10.2007 Hindu: National
New Delhi: The 18th Law Commission has recommended increasing the minimum sentence from seven to 10 years in dowry death cases. It has, however, declined the suggestion to increase the maximum punishment from life imprisonment to death ...
Law panel chief: No death for dowry cases 12.10.2007 Asian Age: India
New Delhi, Oct. 11: The law commission’s decision not to recommend death penalty for dowry death cases was, to some extent, influenced by the international practice of doing away with capital punishment, its chairman Justice A.R. Lakshmanan said on Thursday. A day after submitting his report to the law ministry, the former Supreme Court judge said that the commission has not recommended the death sentence in the case of dowry death. However, it has recommended increase of the minimum imprisonment of seven years to ten years for the reasons stated in the report. "This apart, many countries in the world have also deleted death penalty, except for few countries," he said. "The Supreme Court has also said in many judgments that ...
Dowry death: law panel recommends harsher punishment 11.10.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
The Law Commission has recommended increasing the minimum sentence in dowry death cases from seven years to 10 years.
Dowry death is not murder: Law Commission 11.10.2007 Business Standard
Dowry death is not murder: Law Commission
Law Commission submits report on dowry death 11.10.2007 Ind Law News
Law Commission submits report on dowry death
Stand up and speak out 11.10.2007 TOI: Cities
Almost every working woman in Delhi can recount a similar story, a silent truth that they experience everyday.
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Tougher dowry term but no death 11.10.2007 Telegraph: Nation
The law commission favours a minimum term of 10 years for dowry deaths, up from seven now, but does not believe the offence deserves the death sentence.
Law Commission submits report on Dowry Death 10.10.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Law Commission submits report on Dowry Death
RI for dowry death 10.10.2007 Deccan Herald
RI for dowry death
Harassment for dowry 20 years after wedding! 9.10.2007 New Indian Express
Harassment for dowry 20 years after wedding!
Come online to declare ‘I don’t want dowry’ 9.10.2007 Hindustan Times: India
In a country where 20 women are killed for dowry every day, a group of over 5,700 prospective brides and grooms have gone online to declare, “I don’t want dowry!”.Veenu Sandhu tells more.
Nayagarh's wells tell you about Orissa 8.10.2007 New Indian Express
Nayagarh's wells tell you about Orissa
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TWC asked Tripura govt to implement DVA 8.10.2007 Oneindia.in: News

Agartala, Oct 8: Tripura Women's Commission (TWC) has asked the state government to ensure the proper implementation of Domestic Violence Act (DVA) to contain atrocities on women. TWC Chairperson Prof Tapati Chakraborty said here today that the commission had passed the recommendations and forwarded to the state ...
Nayagarhs wells tell you about Orissa 7.10.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
A common abuse for women who step out of line from the strict control of patriarchal communities was to ask them to drown themselves in the well...
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Self-regulation ineffective: AIDWA 7.10.2007 Hindu: National
South African Indians keep alive Gandhian values 6.10.2007 Oneindia.in: News

Kurukshetra, Oct 6 (UNI) While their native land remained plagued with social evils like dowry deaths, caste system and female infanticide, the Africans of Indian origins were proud to uphold high values practised by Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa.
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