The Supreme Court of India on March 22, 2017, made a mark in history by declaring the practice of Triple Talaq as unconstitutional by 3:2 majority. The court said that it violates the fundamental rights of Muslim women as it … Continue reading A case for a BAN ON POLYGAMY in India after the Landmark Triple Talaq Judgement
This article has been written by Raina Mahapatra. Raina is currently pursuing her undergraduate course from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Triple, instantaneous, verbal talaq: an institution under Islamic religion where the husband reserves to himself the exclusive right to grant … Continue reading Triple Talaq: Behind the veil of Personal Law
This article has been written by Chirag Jindal. Chirag is a first-year student from National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi. The Law Commission of India has recently released a questionnaire on the matter of Uniform Civil Code. … Continue reading Uniform Civil Code and Secularism
Talaq, Talaq and Talaq!!! Speak the three words in and the civil contract in the garb of Nikah comes to an end. Isn’t it a strange divorce without any justification to the other party and no judicial process requires to be ensued. Continue reading Triple Talaaq: Religious empowerment or unjust vindicament
This article has been written by Plash Mittal. Plash is a student of BCom LLB at University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh. Validity of practices like triple talaq and polygamy needs to be seen in the light of gender justice. … Continue reading Centre To Abolish Triple Talaq, Polygamy
This article has been written by Abhipsa Upasana Dash. Abhipsa is a third-year student at Symbiosis Law School, Noida. It’s not a term that rolls easily off the tongue or can be heard in the ongoing conversations around … Continue reading Are We Ready?