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Indian bride used, abused and discarded by East London school teacher.

NRI abuser Kabir Jagwani of Cumberland School in East London.

Indian Ladies UK deals with a depressingly wide range of stories of abuse of women both here in the UK and in India on a daily basis – From the overtly physical domestic violence that leaves victims physically bruised and mentally scarred for life to more subtle mental and emotional abuse meant to deconstruct a […]

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Community trolls receive Prevention of Harassment Warnings – Justice at last!

The Harassment Warnings were issued to Rashmi Mishra, Minal Jaiswal, Manu Pillai and Sanjay Thanki after a two year campaign in which they spread poison through a number of Facebook pages that cater to Britain’s Indian migrant community. After 18 months of relentless lies, misinformation and abuse me and Indian Ladies in UK (ILUK), justice […]

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Migrant women matter – Lords MUST reconsider government’s Domestic Abuse Bill

The government’s landmark and long-overdue Domestic Abuse Bill has passed through the House of Commons. While it has – quite rightly – addressed a vast majority of issues surrounding domestic violence, including such evils as coercive control and protection of children who witness domestic abuse the government has once again left the fortunes of migrants, […]

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No country for women: Status of women in India after 73 years of Constitutional Independence

“How did you permit your unmarried daughter to work and settle abroad?”. In a single question to my mother, a “well-meaning” relative bluntly articulated the mind-set, deeply ingrained within patrilineal family structures of Indian society, that women exist only in relation to a man and without a husband she is but a ship without sails. […]

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