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Hundreds Of Indian Girls Called Unwanted Change Their Names

by | 23rd, October 2011

TO India, where nominative determinism has caused parents to name their Nakusha that means unwanted in Hindi. Sorry, little ladies, mum and dad would have preferred a boy, and they never ant you to forget how you disappointed them.

Charming, eh.

But the state of Maharashtra has set about change: 200 Indian girls  have been renamed.

But the statistics point to something more sinister than girls falling victim to name

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