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
Is “irretrievable breakdown” of marriage is ground for dissolution of marriage by divorce, under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955? The answer to this question clearly is that no such express provision has been incorporated by the Parliament in Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 … Continue reading Delhi High Court playing with “Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage”
This article has been written by Piyush Bajaj. Piyush is currently a BCom LLB student at Amity Law School, Noida. Marriage is considered to be a sacrament in our country, as it is the most integral tradition which is being … Continue reading Battle of Love: Special Marriage Act, 1954
This article is written by Shreya Bansal. Shreya is commerce graduate from Shri Ram College Of Commerce and is currently pursuing Bachelors Of Law from Faculty Of Law, DU. A marriage is a blissful companionship of two people sharing mutual … Continue reading Judicial Separation: A second thought to divorce
This article is written by Yuvina Goyal. Yuvina is a third-year student of BSc. LLB at NUJS Kolkata. The Indian society is deeply rooted on traditional values and customary practices and the idea of live-in relationships is one which … Continue reading Live-in relationships: Deemed to be marriage?
Traditionally, the Indian society might have frowned upon live-in relationships. But the growing number of such couples indicates a degree of acceptance. Women, however, are still the losers. ‘Live-in-relationship’ is a living arrangement in which an unmarried couple lives together … Continue reading Live-in-relationships and the Indian Legal Perspective