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Where do Indian women face the most gender disparity? Dowry demands

8 Mar , 2016,
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Most Indian women feel that dowry is the most severe form of gender disparity when it comes to marriage, according to a survey conducted by online matrimony platform Shaadi.com for International Women’s Day.

Komal Ganatra: Dowry Victim to IPS Officer

30 Jan , 2015,
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Komal Ganatra (31), from Savarkundla in Amreli, Guajarat married New Zealand based Shailesh Popat 7 years ago. 15 days later she was thrown out by her in-laws for not giving dowry. Popat also deserted her and went back to New Zealand.

Komal then approached the police and every other related Government agency to seek justice to bring back her husband. After getting no response from the Government, she decided to work her way into the system to bring about a change in it.

Angry Brides Game Attacks India’s Illegal Dowry Tradition

18 Jan , 2014,
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In India, a game with a name inspired by Angry Birdslets bridezillas chuck shoes, rolling pins and brooms at dowry-grubbing prospective grooms. When they’ve hit their target—in this case, a doctor, a pilot and an engineer—players earn rupees to put toward a (fictional) anti-dowry fund.

‘Angry Brides’ game targets Indian dowry

17 Jan , 2012,
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The game by online matchmaker shaadi.com – inspired by the hugely popular “Angry Birds” game – sees players attack prospective grooms greedy for dowry with a variety of weapons, from a brick-red stiletto to a broomstick.

‘Angry Brides’ game hopes to put spotlight on dowry concerns

16 Jan , 2012,
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There’s a new game hoping to make a splash in the Facebook game market, and it’s called “Angry Brides.”
No, you don’t have to read that sentence again; we didn’t accidentally misspell the game you’re thinking of.