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Muslim personal law board moves SC against PIL seeking ban on nikah halala and polygamy 27.1.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
The board said the top court had already dismissed similar petitions in 1997. The current PIL has been filed by BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay.
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Shariat Are Not Court 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Family Court of Bhopal of Chief Judge Mr.RN Chand ruled that the so-called Shariat Court are not Court and have no right to give judgments. It cannot function as Civil Court. The Family Court of Bhopal rejected the divorce given by a man to his wife and ordered the husband to pay maintenance of Rs.1825 per month to women. The implication of the judgment is that there is no divorce as it stand quashed. The judge citing the Supreme Court observed that the so-called Shariat Court could not decide matrimonial cases and consequently cannot given judgments on it. The women Shaheen Bi filed the case on maintenance before the Family Court. The husband pleaded as he has divorced the women he was not to pay the compensation. But as the court has rejected the divorce and granted the payment of compensation, the Muslim society should desist from harassing the women with cruelty on the name of Shariat. India is a political nation the laws framed by the State Vidhan Sabhas and Parliament will prevail over all ...
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Hit at ‘Halala’ 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The muslim women after winning again the evil religious system of ‘triple talaq’ the muslim women are marching ahead to hit at offer evil practice like “Nikah Halala’ and polygamy”. Two muslim women Sameera Begum and Natasa Khan and Mohsin have filed a petition in the Supreme Court that “nikah halala” and the polygamy be declared as offence and crimes in the Indian Penal Code. The Supreme Court has earlier declared the triple talaq as on constitutional and now Modi Government beginning Bill to make, ‘triple talaq an offence and punishable and such talaq will not be accepted as talaq. Now muslim women are hitting at the Nikah Halala and polygamy. Under halala if a divorced couple went to remarry again among themselves the women first required to marry some one else and on getting divorce can return to her first husband to remarry together. Under polygamy muslim can marry from women and keep them. After Independence in the majority community of the nation the Hindus there was no such limit on hindu man ...
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Triple Talaq Abolished 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Modi Government with its persistent efforts and determination has succeeded in getting the Bill to abolish evil religious practice of triple talaq in Muslim society abolished. After getting it passed in Lok Saha the Government was facing difficulty in getting it through the Rajya Sabha. But ultimately in July 30 in 2019 that day has come when the Rajya Sabha passed the Bill by 99 votes against the 84. Hats off to Mr.Narendra Modi who abolished the 1400 years old religious evil practice. But the credit should go to Saira Bano of Uttarakhand who started relentless battle against it upto the Supreme Court and won the battle for the entire Muslim women in India. It was Saira Bano who filed the writ petition in the Supreme Court after her husband who gave her instant triple talaq in 2016. In her fight four more Muslim women Afreen Parveen of Rajasthan, Atiya Sabri and Gulshan Pariwas of Uttar Pradesh and Israt Jahan of West Bengal joined her in the legal battle against the talaq tyranny. Shaista Amber, ...
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In Japan, foreign parents lead charge against child 'abduction' 16.1.2020 Reuters: World News
A growing number of foreigners in Japan are speaking out against what they say is a little-known but entrenched system that allows one parent in a broken relationship to take away the children and block the other from visiting them.
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Triple Talaq Abolished 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Modi Government with its persistent efforts and determination has succeeded in getting the Bill to abolish evil religious practice of triple talaq in Muslim society abolished. After getting it passed in Lok Saha the Government was facing difficulty in getting it through the Rajya Sabha. But ultimately in July 30 in 2019 that day has come when the Rajya Sabha passed the Bill by 99 votes against the 84. Hats off to Mr.Narendra Modi who abolished the 1400 years old religious evil practice. But the credit should go to Saira Bano of Uttarakhand who started relentless battle against it upto the Supreme Court and won the battle for the entire Muslim women in India. It was Saira Bano who filed the writ petition in the Supreme Court after her husband who gave her instant triple talaq in 2016. In her fight four more Muslim women Afreen Parveen of Rajasthan, Atiya Sabri and Gulshan Pariwas of Uttar Pradesh and Israt Jahan of West Bengal joined her in the legal battle against the talaq tyranny. Shaista Amber, ...
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Shariat Are Not Court 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Family Court of Bhopal of Chief Judge Mr.RN Chand ruled that the so-called Shariat Court are not Court and have no right to give judgments. It cannot function as Civil Court. The Family Court of Bhopal rejected the divorce given by a man to his wife and ordered the husband to pay maintenance of Rs.1825 per month to women. The implication of the judgment is that there is no divorce as it stand quashed. The judge citing the Supreme Court observed that the so-called Shariat Court could not decide matrimonial cases and consequently cannot given judgments on it. The women Shaheen Bi filed the case on maintenance before the Family Court. The husband pleaded as he has divorced the women he was not to pay the compensation. But as the court has rejected the divorce and granted the payment of compensation, the Muslim society should desist from harassing the women with cruelty on the name of Shariat. India is a political nation the laws framed by the State Vidhan Sabhas and Parliament will prevail over all ...
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Hit at ‘Halala’ 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The muslim women after winning again the evil religious system of ‘triple talaq’ the muslim women are marching ahead to hit at offer evil practice like “Nikah Halala’ and polygamy”. Two muslim women Sameera Begum and Natasa Khan and Mohsin have filed a petition in the Supreme Court that “nikah halala” and the polygamy be declared as offence and crimes in the Indian Penal Code. The Supreme Court has earlier declared the triple talaq as on constitutional and now Modi Government beginning Bill to make, ‘triple talaq an offence and punishable and such talaq will not be accepted as talaq. Now muslim women are hitting at the Nikah Halala and polygamy. Under halala if a divorced couple went to remarry again among themselves the women first required to marry some one else and on getting divorce can return to her first husband to remarry together. Under polygamy muslim can marry from women and keep them. After Independence in the majority community of the nation the Hindus there was no such limit on hindu man ...
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HC ruling on Tripura palace 9.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
HC ruling on Tripura palace
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Zimbabwe vice president's wife charged with his attempted murder 16.12.2019 Reuters: World News
The wife of Zimbabwean Vice President Constantino Chiwenga was charged with trying to kill her husband when she appeared in court on Monday.
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SK Group chairman's wife files for divorce - court records 4.12.2019 Reuters: Money News
The wife of the chairman of conglomerate SK Group filed for divorce on Wednesday, court records showed, and has demanded more than $1 billion worth of shares in the company as part of her settlement, media reports said.
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Japan rules against divorced parents seeking access to children 22.11.2019 Reuters: World News
Japan is not at fault for the inability of parents to see their children after separating despite having visitation rights, a court ruled on Friday, in a case that critics say highlights the ineptitude of a judicial system that lacks enforcement ...
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Top Court Seeks Centre's Response On Plea Challenging Triple Talaq Act 13.11.2019 NDTV News - Latest
The Supreme Court today sought response from the Centre on a plea of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board or AIMPLB challenging the law which criminalises instant triple talaq (divorce).
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Princess Haya in court for London hearing in legal battle with Dubai's ruler 12.11.2019 Reuters: World News
Princess Haya bint al-Hussein, the estranged wife of Dubai's ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, appeared in a British court on Tuesday for the latest hearing in the couple's legal battle over the welfare of their children.
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Muslim Law Board Moves Top Court Against Triple Talaq Law 22.10.2019 NDTV News - India-news
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) Monday filed a plea in the Supreme Court challenging the law which criminalises instant "triple talaq".
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Ayodhya: How Rajiv Gandhi’s plan to use the Ram temple for the Congress party came undone 21.10.2019 Scroll.in
This excerpt from Zoya Hasan’s ‘Congress after Indira’ examines the Congress’s Ayodhya strategy in the context of the Shah Bano case.
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Domestic violence cases committed in US can be heard in Mumbai, rules Bombay High Court 14.10.2019 Scroll.in
The court said the cases are not time-bound and dismissed a plea filed by an IT professional living in the United States.
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Domestic Violence Committed In US Can Be Tried In India, Says High Court 14.10.2019 NDTV News - Top-stories
The Bombay High Court has ruled that the act of domestic violence committed in the United States (US) can be tried by a court in India.
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"Emotionally Dead, Beyond Salvage": Top Court Dissolves Couple's Marriage 10.10.2019 NDTV News - India-news
The Supreme Court has ordered dissolution of a marriage of a couple, living separately for 22 years and failing to reconcile their differences. The court termed the marriage "unworkable, emotionally...
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SC uses constitutional powers to grant man divorce against wife’s wish, says marriage has failed 6.10.2019 Scroll.in
The court accepted the man’s divorce plea on the ground of irretrievable breakdown of marriage, as the couple had been living separately for 22 years.
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