• Dowry
    MARCHING TOGETHER... Resisting Dowry in India Author : JAGORI : July 2009 Compiled & Edited by : Monobina Gupta Infopack developed for: The India Court of Women on Dowry and Related Forms of Violence Against Women INTRODUCTION Not only did the 1970s and 1980s bring about a ‘se
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  • Dowry a Curse
    Dowry: a social stigma | | In spite of modernization and the increasing role of women in all walks of life, the practice of the dowry in India is becoming widespread, and the value of dowry is increasing.  Now the dowry has become a great criterion in the marriages instead of a proper bride.
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    Dowry system in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. The specific problem is: reference formatting. Please help improve this article if you can. (March 2013) In India, dowry...
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  • dowry system in india
    Dowry is derived from the ancient Hindu customs of ‘kanyadan’ and ‘stridhan’. In ‘kanyadan’, the father of the bride offers the father of the groom money or property, etc whereas for ‘stridhan’, the bride herself gets jewelry and clothes at the time of her marriage, usually from her...
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  • Dowry
    Dowry Culture is the enduring behavior ideas attitudes and tradition shared by a large group of people and transmit it to one generation to the next. India is one of those countries that has strong influence by culture. The custom of dowry, long entrenched in India's male dominant societ
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  • Dowry
    Dowry is one of the most wicked, revolting, and condemnable practices that have been distressing the Indian society. This immorality is well acquainted to people in forms of cash and valuables goods given by the bride's family to the groom's family along with the bride. The never-ending insatiabilit
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  • Dowry; a Custom or a Crime?
    Dowry is a multi-faceted, deep-rooted gender issue with social, economic and health consequences. This social evil has brought fatal effects to the lives of ordinary women of our society. This social crime has recently made footings in some countries, which were traditionally free of this evil like
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  • Kerala’s Development Experience: a Search for a Micro Response to a Macro Process
    Kerala’s development experience: a search for a micro response to a macro process abstract The concept of development, in the sense of achieving ‘human good’ has always been there since the advent of human society, only with varying understanding, emphasis, and implications. It is seen
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  • Misuse of Anti Dowry Law
    Misuse of anty dowry laws in India- the other side of the coin. Synopsis: I] Introduction II] Justification of study. III] Scope of study. IV] Methodology adopted. V] Chapterisation. a)Meaning of dowry & its historical bac
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  • Dowry Death
    jectRESEARCH METHODLOGY Area: Rights of women in India Topic: A Theoretical Perspective on Dowry Deaths in India Objectives: a) To understand the concept of dowry as has originated and evolved in India. b) To conceptualize modern day consequences of dowry system. c) To refer t
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  • Vishu a Festivel of Kerala
    Vishu is a festival celebrated in the state of Kerala Kerala , is a state located in southwestern India. The state was created in 1956 on linguistc basis, bringing together those places where Malayalam formed the principal language... in South India . The festival marks the first day of Mala
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  • History of Electricity in Kerala - Dr D Shina
    HISTORY OF ELECTRICITY IN KERALA – Dr D Shina S N COLLEGE, Kollam, Kerala, India email - achushina@gmail.com ORIGIN AND GROWTH OF ELECTRICITY The history of electricity can be traced back to the eighteenth century. The first instance of sensing the phenomenon of electricity was the ac
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  • Wind Power in Kerala - Dr D Shina
    Dr. D Shina S N COLLEGE, KOLLAM Kerala,India The country is facing acute power shortage. The power deficit has touched an all time high during summer 2008. The peaking shortage was 13% with an energy shortage of 9%.. During the 10th plan period, the generation capacity addition was just 21,180
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  • Cfl Distribution Scheme in Kerala
    Dr D SHINA, S N College, Kollam The ambitious scheme of replacing 150 lakhs of incandescent lamps (ICL) of all the 75 lakhs of houses of Kerala with compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), announced in the Kerala budget 2010, is considered to be one of the largest popular initiatives in the region in the
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  • Dowry Prose Analysis
    The Dowry A Prose Analysis The meaning of a dowry is the property that a wife or wife's family gives to the husband upon marriage. In certain societies the dowry formed a part of an exchange of wealth between intermarrying families; it was often accompanied by some payment made by the groom to
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  • Dowry
    SEMINAR REPORT DOWRY SYSTEM Submitted by, 1. Introduction 2. What is Dowry? 3. History 4. Arranged Marriages and Dowry 5. The dowry system 6. Dowry System in India 7. What is Bride burning? 8. Dowry law in India 9. Dowry death new ruling India 10. Ris
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  • Dowry System in Banmglades
    Dowry system in Bangladesh Bangladesh is a development country. In this country there are many kinds of unpleasant customs. Dowry is the most common unpleasant custom of those. It creates many problems. It is against the success of our country. Through this custom the bride has to give a large
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  • Coke in Kerala
    Coke in Kerala Introduction : In 2000 the Coca-Cola Company opened a bottling plant in Plachimada in the Kerala State of India on the invitation of the Kerala State government, as well as being subsidized as part of a policy of industrialization. In 2002 a sit-in started at the plant demanding it
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  • Dowry System
    Introduction Today, Indian society is surrounded with many problems such as unemployment, illiteracy, population growth, terrorism, etc. Among these problems, a problem which is deep rooted in Indian society is the problem of dowry system. It has become the every day news item, no day passes away w
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  • Educational Reforms in Kerala
    Ednl reforms in kerala-1990-2010 Introduction A cardinal feature of culture and society in Kerala and of Kerala's political and economic development is the high proportion of literate and educated persons in the population. Literacy - in particular, female literacy - is an essential (and is often
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