Title There is no "Honour" in "Killing"
Book Condition New
Jacket Condition New
Edition First Edition
Publisher New Delhi, India KW Publishers 2015
Seller ID 105036
This book is an attempt to understand how the heinous act of murder can be considered “honourable.” In India, hundreds of young lovers are killed each year for the sake of family “honour.” This book explores the various aspects of “honour” killings to try to understand its continued existence in Indian society. It also tries to assess the impact “honour” killings have had on society and the extent to which they affect people. Finally, the book looks at efforts to improve the current situation through legislation as well as education. Hopefully, this book can highlight a stain in our society that many people all too easily overlook. Yuvraj khetan is a high school student living in Gurgaon. Although he is passionate about modern day technology, he also enjoys having engaging discussions about current affairs with his family and friends. Sports are a part of his daily life and he has a special interest in the statistics of various sports.Printed Pages: 42.
There is no "Honour" in "Killing"