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For brides married to NRIs
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Marriages involving Non Resident Indian (NRI) grooms are turning fragile by the day, exposing an ugly social malaise that primarily afflicts northern states of Punjab and Delhi, and Andhra Pradesh in the south. Worse, the conviction rate is abysmally low due to the complexity that arises out of the jurisdiction involved in such cases.
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The bridegroom who happily reached the palace at 11am in a flower-decked luxury car, and a row of baraatis in tow, couldn't believe his eyes when he found the banquet hall in Hadiabad area locked and nobody from the girl's family present. It took a few minutes for it to sink in that he had been set up. Devasted by this hoax, the youth's father fainted.

Pargan Singh, a numbardar of Gobindpura village, who was part of the baraat, said the groom had come in contact with the girl of Kotli village near Nakodar through the social media while he was in Greece. "The boy finalized the date and no one from his family was involved in negotiations for the matrimonial alliance or finalising of arrangements,"
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A Greece-returned youth Parmjit who had met his 'dream girl' through the social media and arrived to wed her in style in a 20-car cavalcade, got a virtual slap on his face when he arrived at the marriage venue at Gobindpura village in Kapurthala district on Wednesday.

The bridegroom never dreamt that anything was amiss as the 'bride', Sandeep Kaur, was in constant touch with him, guiding him to the venue, a banquet hall on Nakodar Road, Phagwara. But, the minute the over 100-member baraat reached the place, she signed off.

The bridegroom who happily reached the palace at 11am in a flower-decked luxury car, and a row of baraatis in tow, couldn't believe his eyes when he found the banquet hall in Hadiabad area locked and nobody from the girl's family present. It took a few minutes for it to sink in that he had been set up. Devasted by this hoax, the youth's father fainted.
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I was 21 when I got married to an NRI. Beautiful, vibrant, educated and full of life, that was me, back then.
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