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Delhi: 23-Year-Old Boy Killed, Wife Shot At Five Times In Suspected Case Of Honour Killing

Jun 25, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Information about the incident was received at the Dwarka Sector-23 police station around 9 pm

Post Mortem Inconclusive On Cause Of Death Of Unnao Girls, Viscera Test To Be Done: UP DGP

Feb 18, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

A panel of three doctors on Thursday performed the autopsy of the two Dalit girls who were found dead in a field in Uttar Pradesh's Unnao district


Inter-Caste Marriage In Haryana Claims 23-Year Old Man's Life

Neeraj had married in November, but the brother of the woman was allegedly unhappy over the marriage and stabbed him to death

Brother Of Pakistani Social Media Star Qandeel Baloch Gets Life Imprisonment For Her Murder

Sep 27, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Fouzia Azeem, better known as Qandeel was strangled to death at her home in Multan, Punjab province, on July 15, 2016.


Honour Killing: Man Held For Killing Sister, Setting Severed Head On Fire In UP

Jamshed was arrested on Monday by a team that was probing the recovery of the 18-year-old's dead body whose head was missing. The body was found at an under-construction house at Babaganj in Nanpara area in June, an officer said.

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11 June, 2019

Bodies Of Man, Woman Found Hanging From Tree In Uttar Pradesh's Etah

Outlook Web Bureau

'The age of the boy is around 23 years and the girl is 20-years-old', Senior Superintendent of Police said.


05 November, 2018

Honour Killing In Pakistan: Teen Sisters Strangled To Death For Meeting Boys

Outlook Web Bureau

So far this year, 938 women and men have been victims of honour killings in Pakistan


19 September, 2018

Telangana Honour Killing: 'We Dreamt Of Bringing Up Our Child Without Caste Prejudices'

Outlook Web Bureau

Rao was unable to accept that his only daughter had married a Dalit and was also expecting a child.


09 August, 2018

Year After Eloping With Dalit, 18-Year-Old Girl And Cop Escorting Her Shot Dead In Rohtak

Outlook Web Bureau

The victim, who belonged to the Jat community, was 17-year-old when she had eloped with a Dalit boy last year.



29 May, 2018

Kerala Honour Killing Case: Prime Accused Held, Hartal Hits Life

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Joseph, a Dalit Christian, was abducted on Sunday and killed by a gang of criminals allegedly engaged by his fiancee's family.


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09 April, 2018

'Upper Caste' Man Shot Dead For Marrying Dalit Girl In Uttar Pradesh

Outlook Web Bureau

Police identified the deceased as Sonu Singh alias Naru, a resident of Sirki Mohal.


23 March, 2018

Kerala: 22-Year-Old Woman Allegedly Stabbed To Death By Father Hours Before Her Wedding

Outlook Web Bureau

In a suspected case of honour killing, the girl was stabbed over her demand for marriage with her boyfriend from a different caste.


05 February, 2018

'If Two Adults Want To Get Married Nobody Should Interfere,' SC To Khap Panchayats

Outlook Web Bureau

"Don't be conscience keepers. If two adults want to get married nobody should interfere"


05 February, 2018

Girl’s Mother Planned Road Rage Drama To Get Ankit Saxena Out Of Car And Attack

Outlook Web Bureau

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal spoke to victim's family and assured that his government would make all possible efforts to ensure they get justice.


03 February, 2018

Tension Grips West Delhi After 23-Year-Old Photographer Stabbed To Death By Girlfriend's Family

Outlook Web Bureau

The man, a professional photographer, had been in a relationship with the 20-year-old woman living in his neighbourhood for the past two-three years


20 January, 2018

2013 Sonai Honour Killing Case: Court Sentences Six To Death

Outlook Web Bureau

Three youths were brutally killed in Sonai village on January 1, 2013, and their mutilated body parts were found in a septic tank.


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A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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