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Not without our daughters 18.3.2017 Hindu: Crafts
Some 60 young women who grew up believing they were orphans discover the world and the families they were taken away from
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Elections 2017: The final lap 7.3.2017 TOI: Home
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France's Fillon refuses to quit presidency race 6.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Beleaguered French politician Francois Fillon on Sunday declared "no one can stop" his bid for the presidency after a mass rally attended by thousands in Paris.
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France's Fillon refuses to quit presidential race 6.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Beleaguered French politician Francois Fillon on Sunday declared "no one can stop" his bid for the presidency after a mass rally attended by thousands in Paris.
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How triple talaq debate misses enduring misogyny of all personal laws in India 16.2.2017 India Today | February 13, 2012
As the Narendra Modi government's call to ban the Muslim custom segues into campaign rhetoric, what loses ground is the larger question: the enduring misogyny of all personal laws in India.
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Divorce granted by church court can't override law: Supreme Court 19.1.2017 DNA: Popular News
Divorce granted by ecclesiastical tribunal under Christian personal law are not valid as it cannot override the law, the Supreme Court said on Thursday as it rejected a PIL that sought according legal sanction to such separations granted by the Church Court.  A bench comprising Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud dismissed the plea filed by Clarence Pais, a former president of a Karnataka Catholic association, saying the issue has been settled by it in its 1996 verdict delivered in the case of Molly Joseph versus George Sebastian. "Canon Law (personal law of Christians) can have theological or ecclesiastical implications to the parties. But after the Divorce Act came into force, a dissolution or annulment granted under such personal law cannot have any legal impact as statute has provided a different procedure and a different code for divorce or annulment," the apex court had then ruled. Pais, in his PIL filed in 2013, had said the divorce granted by a Church, set up under its personal ...
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Divorce granted by church court can`t override law: SC 19.1.2017 Zee News : India National
Divorce granted by ecclesiastical tribunal under Christian personal law are not valid as it cannot override the law, the Supreme Court said on Thursday as it rejected a PIL that sought according legal sanction to such separations granted by the Church Court.
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Divorce granted by church court can't override law: SC 19.1.2017 deccanherald.com
Divorce granted by ecclesiastical tribunal under Christian personal law are not valid as it cannot override the law, the Supreme Court said today as it rejected a PIL that sought according legal sanction to such separations granted by the Church Court. A bench comprising Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud dismissed the plea filed by Clarence Pais, a former president of a Karnataka Catholic association, saying the issue has been settled by it in its 1996 verdict delivered in the case of Molly Joseph versus George Sebastian. "Canon Law (personal law of Christians) can have theological or ecclesiastical implications to the parties. But after the Divorce Act came into force, a dissolution or annulment granted under such personal law cannot have any legal impact as statute has provided a different procedure and a different code for divorce or annulment," the apex court had then ruled. Pais, in his PIL filed in 2013, had said the divorce granted by a Church, set up under its personal ...
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Divorce granted by church court can't override law: Supreme Court 19.1.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
PIL contended that Canon Law is the personal law of Catholics
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Abandoned women vastly outnumber victims of Triple Talaq; it's time Modi spoke up for them 13.12.2016 News
The life of every woman unilaterally separated from her spouse is pathetic. They face challenges and constraints both in their marital and natal families.
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Court questions Karnataka's move to celebrate Tipu Jayanti 2.11.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Observing that erstwhile Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan was not a freedom fighter, the Karnataka High Court on Wednesday questioned the state government's move to celebrate his birthday on November 10.
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Uniform Civil Code debate focuses on Muslim law but ignores other communities: Flavia Agnes 19.10.2016 FirstPost: India

Firstpost in an interview with Flavia Agnes tries to find out the sticking points of the current debate around UCC, triple talaq and the Muslim Law Board.

The post Uniform Civil Code debate focuses on Muslim law but ignores other communities: Flavia Agnes appeared first on Firstpost.

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Govt ordered to pay up Rs 28 lakh for medical negligence 2.9.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Govt ordered to pay up Rs 28 lakh for medical negligence
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Muslim couples untie the knot faster 25.8.2016 The New Indian Express - Kerala - http://newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/
The continuance of ‘triple talaq.’ Or that plain old reason: Fading charm of Cupid. You may pick any of the aforesaid motive. But the fact, as revealed by the Census 2011 figures on marital status, remains that the number of divorced Muslim women in the state is high compared to their Hindu and Christian counterparts.
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Ex-wife kidnaps, remarries disabled man for money 5.8.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Defamation law can't be used by government to stifle criticism: SC 28.7.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The Supreme Court on Thursday said defamation laws cannot be used by the government to stifle criticism.
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Now is not the moment 13.7.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Now is not the moment
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Now is not the moment 13.7.2016 Hindu: Opinion
A Uniform Civil Code, if brought in now, will be perceived as an apology for hegemony of Hindu laws over the personal laws applicable to Muslims and Christians — and justifiably so
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Supreme Court is the door to Uniform Civil Code, not Parliament 5.7.2016 FirstPost: India

The legal merits for the desirability of a Uniform or Common Civil Code for every Indian, irrespective of his or her religious identity, are unquestionable.

The post Supreme Court is the door to Uniform Civil Code, not Parliament appeared first on Firstpost.

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HC raps family court for delaying alimony plea 25.6.2016 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
A family court took seven years in taking decision on one such maintenance applications.
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