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Overview Of A Controversial Topic: Hijab Issue

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The history is in verge of repeating itself just like in shah bano case in which court held that Muslim women has same rights to enjoy as women of other faith has. Hijab issue has gathered lot ...

Divorce: A Brief Overview Of Triple Talaq

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Marriage has been considered a pious institution for ages which not only leads to the commencement of the lives of both the partners and the union of two different families. It is a practice of...

The Legitimacy Of Children Under Void And Voidable Marriages With Cases

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The concept of nullity of marriage has its origin in the early English Law when the ecclesiastical courts exercised their jurisdiction over marriage-related disputes. Some impediments were laid...

Farhan Haji Gafar Gudda VS Rijwanaben Usmanbhai Patel

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This Case is all about a married couple who ended up getting divorced. After their divorce, the wife left the house to go live serperately. When she left the house, she also took her son along ...

Right of Private Defence under IPC

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Private defence is a right available to every citizen of India to protect himself from any external force that may result in any harm or injury. In layman's terms, it means using an otherwise i...

Shafin Jahan v Ashokan K.M

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Facts Of The Case: Hadiya is a girl born in Ezhava Community. She adopted Islam as a faith of her choice. In 2016 her father instituted a habeas corpus petition in Kerala High Court. T...

Amit Kumar v/s Suman Beniwal, 2021: Re-Interpreting Section 13B (2) of the Hi...

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The Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 [1] was the first to recognize divorce among Hindus. According to Manu, only the death of one of the partners may bring a marriage to an end. Any divorce that was...

Case Summary: C Abdul Aziz v/s Chembukandy Safiya

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The present case arose out of an partition deed executed by mother in favour of the minoer child by the mother, could it be enforced was in question. Though by the trail of judgements followin...

Clamour For Uniform Civil Code

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'All communal dispute will be end, when Uniform Civil Code become brand' Abstract: India is a democratic and secular country with no official religion. as a result, an Uniform Civil Code in I...

Removing Mangalsutra Mental Cruelty Of Highest Order Towards Husband

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The Madras High Court noted that removing the "thali" (Mangalsutra) by an estranged wife would amount to subjecting the husband to the highest level of mental cruelty and granted the aggrieved ...