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Title: The crime of honour killing a critical analysis of the law in India A thesis
Researcher: Sulakshana Mukherjee
Guide(s): S Shantha kumar
Keywords: Arts and Humanities,Language,Language and Linguistics
University: GD Goenka University
Completed Date: 2019
Abstract: newline Since the dawn of human evolution crime has been a perplexing problem. There is hardly any society which is without the danger of crime. The concept of crime is essentially apprehensive with the social order .A common sense of communal respect and faith for the rights of others regulates the demeanor of the members of the society interse. Though most people consider in peace and harmony, yet there are a few who digress from this normal behavioural pattern. This imposes a responsibility on the State to sustain normal situation in society, which is only achievable through the instrumentality of law. newlineThere has been an extensive increase in crime rate in recent phenomenon. This can be accredited to the changes in social standards brought about by the modernization and industrialization of the current society. The present era is highly a competitive society where people are struggling to survive by any means and hence often compelled to apply unfair means to lead a dignified life in lieu of inequitable method. So problem remains as problem and no power is able to curb this societal rigidity and narrowness and as a consequence, different social issues are cropping up diminishing the very concept of law and justice in the country. newlineIndia is a country where women are worshipped in the name of Goddess but at the same time torment and torture against women still today a blazing issue. Hardly a day passed where we can see in newspaper or in news channels women are in safe hands. Women form about half of the population of the country, but their situation has been grim. Before independence, women were prey to many abhorrent customs, traditional rigidities and vices. In our Indian society Honour Killing is taking place in the name of culture and tradition. From the concept of patriarchal dominance to present newlinevi newlinemasculine mentality the trend has been going on autonomously. Honour killing is increasing day by day. Immediate attention is required in this neglected part of severe criminal offence .Law needs to be us
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/251293
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