• Vilonce Against Women
    system has several structural and procedural barriers. Political affiliations and motivations often affect court decisions. The lack of separation of the judiciary has resulted in a compromise of impartial justice in Bangladesh. As a result of the lax law enforcement, the general public has...
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  • Dowry
    South Asian countries such as India and Bangladesh . A few suggestions have been discussed in the end about how to put an end to this evil system of dowry . Research was carried out by reviewing various research papers which were previously written regarding the dowry system and various sources...
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  • Violence Against Women
    discriminative legal system also. In Bangladesh, a victimized woman usually tries to avoid the legal process as she becomes more stigmatized by the society. She dares not file complaints; fearing negligence and harassment in police station, courts and society. The members of the police in most of the cases...
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  • Health Problem
    , hijacking, pick pocketing, stealing robbery, selling and using drugs, unfairness in the examination hall, throwing stones and burning cars, killing, teasing girls , acid throwing, carrying arms and using it. 5. Dowry system A dowry is a gift of money or valuables given by the dries family that...
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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...
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  • Dowry
    killings 4 Current dowry practices 4.1 India 4.2 Bangladesh 4.3 Pakistan 4.4 Nepal 4.5 Afghanistan 4.6 Sri Lanka 5 History 5.1 Ancient Babylon 5.2 Ancient Rome 5.3 India before European influence 5.4 North America 5.4.1 Indigenous cultures 5.4.2 Mexico 5.4.3 New France 5.4.4 United...
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  • Dower and Dowry Confusion
    , appliances, real estate, or goods for entertainment, made as a condition for entering a marriage contract[2].The dowry system is not recognised in the religion or the law of the Muslim societies but has spread into it.[3] Conversely, Islamic law provides dower to enhance the status of women[4]. It...
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  • Mr Rajib Rayhan
    , in children aged 9 National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT), Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey 2007, March 2009 10 Sample Vital Registration System 2008 11 UNICEF, State of the World’s Children, special edition, November 2009 12 UNICEF and BBS, Multiple Indicator...
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  • Adolescent and Youth Reproductive Health in Bangladesh
    context of ARH Addressing the social context of ARH involves setting priorities among certain issues. In Bangladesh, the issues needing immediate attention, particularly for female adolescents, are gender discrimination, education, employment, marriage and dowry, and nutrition. Gender discrimination...
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  • Dowry
    Europe in the 19th century. The practice grew, however, in South Asian countries like India, Pakistan, Srilanka and Bangladesh. In India, dowry includes cash, jewelry, electrical appliances, furniture, bedding, crockery, utensils and other household items that help the newly-weds set up their home. It...
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  • Domestic Violence
    Government of Bangladesh describes the Prevention of Women and Child Repression Act, which was enacted in 2000: [The law] was formulated to protect women and children from heinous crimes such as rape, dowry, grievous injury etc. The law makes provision for the punishment of sexual abuse and sexual...
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  • Ruhul Amin
    . Violence against women is a common feature in Bangladesh, and women face various problems under the system of repression. The main types of the oppression of women include dowry, trafficking, kidnapping, rape, physical torture and acid throwing. Almost every day, women are victimized by these acts...
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  • Dowry
    appendix, even today about 10% of all men in Bangladesh are in polygynous unions. Since the early 1970s, the Islamic “mehr” system has been supplanted by the dowry system. Dowries were first seen in the urban middle class and then spread to rural upper and middle classes. So again, one could argue that...
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  • Woman Empowerment in Bd
    forced matter. Parents must give their daughters in marriage. No poor boy would come to get any poor girl married until and unless he is offered any financial benefit. So, what does it mean? Poverty is the main reason of establishing dowry system among the poor working class. However when a husband...
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  • Violence Against Women
    violence and discrimination against women, several police and newspaper reports and hospital statistics indicated the widespread increase in violence against women in Bangladesh (States News Service, January 25, 2011), including domestic violence, rape, acid-throwing, dowry-related violence, fatwa...
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  • DOWRY SYSTEM
    ) Sikkim (Limbu) Tamil (Iyer) Neighbours of India Bangladesh Nepal (Ihi) Pakistan Sri Lanka (Buddhist) Types Arranged marriage in India Inter caste marriage Love marriage Traditions Indian wedding customs Auspicious wedding date Baraat Brahmanippattu Dowry system Kanyadan...
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  • Women Status in Bangladesh
    relating to marriage. In Bangladesh, women are also abused for dowry by their husbands. That’s why legislation was passed called Dowry Prohibition Act 1980 to prohibit taking and giving dowry in marriage. Acid Control Act 2000 and the Acid Crime prevention Act 2002 and Nari- o-Shishu Nirjaton Ain...
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  • Report
    little effect that favor men, and the dowry system remain intact. As Todd in amongst the women (1996:202) writes: "There was universal agreement was an evil. There was also almost universal our two villages that dowry payment of it." It appears to be the most ignored of the Sixteen Decisions. the...
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  • Tbt 786
    banking practice by removing the need for collateral and created a banking system based on mutual trust, accountability, participation and creativity. GB provides credit to the poorest of the poor in rural Bangladesh, without any collateral. At GB, credit is a cost effective weapon to fight poverty and...
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  • literature review compilations
    based on the status and the affluence of husband’s family as well as the education of the husband’s father that are the important determinants of the incidence of dowries. The influence of husband’s father education is accounted as a predictor for the system of dowry paid 6. Edlund, L...
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