Custody - Manju Kapur Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Manu Kapur / ISBN: 8184001541 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Random House India
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When Shagun leaves Raman for another man, a bitter legal battle e ...
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by - written on 07/12/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
~Where Divorce is Still Frowned Upon~ In India approximately 11 marriages in every 1000 end in divorce. At a shade over 1%, this is one of the lowest rates in the world. I decided not to look up the statistics on how many wives die suddenly from unexplained accidents in the home as a result of dowry disputes as that's another issue entirely. Let's just say that when things go bad, a trip to the lawyers isn't always the outcome. In Manju Kapur's latest novel 'Custody' she addresses the complex issues of the relatively rare (but quickly becoming more common) business of Indian divorce. It's not her first time dealing with controversial issues - in fact every one ... Read the complete review
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