Child Marriages: Killing Innocence
epa00880637 Sex workers and their children walk in a protest against child marriage in Calcutta, India, on Friday 08 December 2006. The rally was organised by Durber Mahila Samannay Committe of Calcutta. Legally, a Hindu bridegroom should be aged 21 and a bride 18. In Southern Asia, 48 per cent (nearly 10 million) of young women are married before the age of 18. EPA/PIYAL ADHIKARY

Child Marriages: Killing Innocence

Child Marriages: Killing Innocence By Prashant Singh National Law University Nagpur Edited by Aayush Agarwal For decades, child marriages have been a menace to our country and continue to persist…

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