My Story: Are The Rules Different For Daughters & Daughters-In-Laws In Our Society?

The Logical Indian

February 1st, 2016

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We have taken down the story as it has been brought to our notice that few excerpts of the story were verbatim copied form another source. The issue was pointed out by Author Tanvi Sinha who writes for WomenswebWe are currently reviewing the issue and deeply regret the inconvenience caused to anyone as a result of this. 


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