Case Studies on Women Violence: Dowry. W omen are more deadly than the male species. Women are submissive, vulnerable, oppressed and often subject to be exploited be their male counterpart. But women are exploited and violated every day from the pre birth gender selection abortion to separation of widow through sexual and gender based exploitation in pre and post marriage period of life. Violence against women are extreme violation of human right. But women are exploited every second, even in the time I am writing this paper may somewhere in the world at least one woman is violating.
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A married woman died after allegedly setting herself on fire in Rajasthan's Jhunjhunu district, and the act was recorded on video by her husband, who sent the clip to his in-laws, police said on Thursday. A local court in Bhubaneswar held a midnight hearing on Thursday and decided to send an army Major, arrested in a dowry torture case, to army custody instead of jail. A woman given up for dead after her family wrongly identified a body stuffed in a suitcase has turned out be alive, police said here on Monday. The husband and father-in-law of a woman, who allegedly ended her life after killing her two children in Maharashtra's Thane city, have been arrested from Gujarat on charges of abetment of suicide, police said on Thursday. A dowry dispute between two families took an ugly turn when a woman's husband and father-in-law allegedly thrashed her parents, bit her mother's nose and slashed her ear, in Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. The Delhi Police have filed a case against former BJP MLA Manoj Shokeen for allegedly raping and threatening his daughter-in-law at gun point on the intervening night of December 31, and January 1 this year, the police said on Saturday.
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Nagendra open the door of his room than he slumped on the ground with a shriek of horror with a shriek of horror. Three girls, pretty, nubile and silently smiling were swinging to and fro in the air. They were the dead bodies of his loving daughters who could not bear his mortifications or not being able to marry them for the want of dowry.
This case study aims to understand how women live the preference for boys, and to explore why they reproduce either preferences or discrimination in their reproductive practices and education of their children. Women living in daily and symbolic violence from childhood to adulthood seem to be in constant insecurity. In this patriarchal context, marriage security is seen as linked with male protection and son birth. According to the latest demographic estimations, there are between 36 and 45 million women missing to restore the demographic balance in India Jha et al. Across Asia, a strong preference for boys is culturally rooted in various social practices, such as the dowry wives bring to their wedding, the reproduction of the family name, the financial support to the family budget and for parents in their old age Das Gupta et al.