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Any demand made by husband, in-laws is dowry: SC Timesofndia.indiatimes.com Mar 1, 2015 NEW DELHI: Putting an end to the judicial tendency to interpret dowry in a narrow sense, the Supreme Court has said any demand made by the husband or his relatives before or after the marriage would come within the definition of dowry. …
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