Title India: 1. Does country information indicate that there have been incidents, or serious threats of 'honour killings' due to inter-religious marriages/engagements in India (specifically between Hindus and Muslims)? 2. Are there incidents, or threats of 'honour killings', due to inter-caste engagements/marriage? 3. If so, is there greater prevalence based on geography and demographics e.g. more in rural or urban areas? Or a greater prevalence in particular provinces (specifically in Andra Pradesh)? 4. Do the authorities in India (and Andra Pradesh) provide protection in any way or persecute offenders? 5. Do such 'honor killings' occur in Pakistan and also countries with a large Diaspora such as the UK?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 23 November 2007
Country India
Topics Honour killings
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, India: 1. Does country information indicate that there have been incidents, or serious threats of 'honour killings' due to inter-religious marriages/engagements in India (specifically between Hindus and Muslims)? 2. Are there incidents, or threats of 'honour killings', due to inter-caste engagements/marriage? 3. If so, is there greater prevalence based on geography and demographics e.g. more in rural or urban areas? Or a greater prevalence in particular provinces (specifically in Andra Pradesh)? 4. Do the authorities in India (and Andra Pradesh) provide protection in any way or persecute offenders? 5. Do such 'honor killings' occur in Pakistan and also countries with a large Diaspora such as the UK?, 23 November 2007, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4b6fe23f0.html [accessed 2 August 2014]
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