User: gibreel Topic: FamilyLaw
Category: Family Courts
Last updated: Aug 17 2017 09:59 IST RSS 2.0
 
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How US insurance firms get undocumented immigrants arrested and deported 17.8.2017 Business Standard: News Now
State officials defended their enforcement, noting that workers, injured or not, violated the law
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Women out of matrimonial home over dispute need security:court 14.8.2017 Deccan Herald - TOP STORIES RSS FEEDS
Women, who have to leave their matrimonial home over a dispute, should have some financial security, a Delhi court has said while upholding the maintenance granted to a woman by a trial court.Additional Sessions Judge Deepak Garg said that even if the woman was residing at her parental house, it cannot be said that she should not be granted any maintenance towards her alternate accommodation."It is necessary that there has to be some security for the women who have to leave the matrimonial house if the atmosphere is not conducive there."Even if she is living with her parents, she shoul
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Mumbai woman seeks maintenance, learns husband divorced her in 2007 14.8.2017 TOI: Cities
The BKC police have now registered an FIR against 45-year-old Pandit, an executive in a private firm, for cheating the Bandra family court by submitting forged documents to get the divorce. Police have sought the forged documents before arresting the Virar resident.
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Relief for man fighting wife’s false charges 11.8.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
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Man told to give rent money to estranged wife 9.8.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
A husband’s appeal against an order directing him to pay his estranged wife for alternative accommodation has been dismissed by a court, which held that it was necessary to provide security to women who leave their matrimonial home as consequence of adversity.
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60% Indians admit abusing their wives: Why domestic violence remains common 9.8.2017 Latest News
For 10 years women, or an average of 22, died each day in dowry-related cases
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Ex-minister Kashappanavar's wife deposes against son in divorce case 8.8.2017 Deccan Herald - State
Former Karnataka minister the late S R Kashappanavar's wife sided with her daughter-in-law, and not her son, in a divorce case in a Bengaluru family court.

The city family court directed Devanand Kashappanavar to pay a permanent alimony of Rs 4 crore to his wife. The verdict was pronounced on July 24. The court pronounced the order after granting a decree of divorce to the petitioner, Devanands wife.

The judge said that Devanand should pay the amount to the petitioner within 60 days from the order dated July 24, 2017. Judge K Bhagya pronounced the verdict after allowing the petition filed by Devanands wife under Section 13 (1)(9)(b) of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, seeking a decree of dissolution of her marriage.


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Bengaluru: Woman deposes in favour of daughter-in-law; son told to pay Rs 4 crore alimony 8.8.2017 India Today| Must Read
In a high-profile divorce case, former Karnataka minister's wife deposed in favour of her daughter-in-law and stated that her son married another woman against the wishes of the family and even had a child with her.
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Mom-in-law backs woman; son to pay Rs 4 crore alimony 8.8.2017 TOI: Cities
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Letting go of instant triple talaq 8.8.2017 Hindu: Opinion
There are enough legal devices within India’s dominant Hanafi school jurisprudence to invalidate it
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‘Men hide income to pay low alimony’ 7.8.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
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Never deserted Rajesh Khanna, claims Dimple 5.8.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Bollywood actor Dimple Kapadia has refuted before the Supreme Court a charge made by Anita Advani, a Mumbai resident, that she has ever deserted her superstar-husband Rajesh Khanna. Anita claimed herself to be the live-in partner of Khanna till her eviction from suburban bungalow 'Aashirvad' just before his death on July 18, 2012. She sought a right of residence under the Domestic Violence Act and monthly maintenance from Dimple, her daughter Twinkle and son-in-law Akshay Kumar. Dimple married Khanna in 1973 at the age of 16, months before the hit movie Bobby with the title role was released. Claiming that she stood by Khanna at all times, Dimple denied she left the marital home in 1982 or was living separately or her relationship with Khanna was estranged or there was no marital relationship between her and Khanna till his demise. "It is denied that Anita has at all been a soulmate at any time either during the alleged dark or lonely period or in the evening of his life, as alleged or at all," she said, ...
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Mandana Karimi withdraws domestic violence complaint 3.8.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Mandana Karimi withdraws domestic violence complaint
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Default on maintenancefee will attract interest 2.8.2017 Hindu: Kerala
Cabinet approves amendment Bill seeking 12% interest
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SC order on domestic violence is a step back for women's rights law 1.8.2017 Top Stories
By saying misuse of IPC Section 498A is rampant and needs to be tackled, SC revealed its biases
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‘Divorce by Singapore court does not negate domestic violence case’ 30.7.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
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Don’t treat hubbies like ‘armless soldiers’: HC 28.7.2017 TOI: Home
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Don’t slap unreasonable maintenance burden on husbands, Madras HC tells family courts 27.7.2017 TOI: Chennai
The Madras high court has advised family courts not to treat husbands like "armless soldiers" and not to order them to pay maintenance to wives in a “mechanical manner.”
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Family dispute resolved 22.7.2017 Hindu: News
Judge of Family Court K. Sai Rama Devi on Saturday resolved a long- pending dispute between two daughters and their father.The girls -- Alekya, 19, and Bhavanam, 16, had filed a petition seeking attac...
Samsung heiress ordered to pay $7.6 mln in divorce ruling 20.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
SAMSUNG-HEIRESS/DIVORCE (PIX, TV):Samsung heiress ordered to pay $7.6 mln in divorce ruling
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