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`Triple talaq is an easy mode to end marriage' [Times of India 3rd Sept 2016, Kolkata]
All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) said Sharia had granted the triple talaq mode of oral divorce to husbands because men are better at controlling emotions and, therefore, unlikely to take impulsive decisions. “Sharia grants right to divorce to husbands because men have greater power of decision-making. They are more likely to control emotions and...
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SC to shut alcohol vends on highways [Reported in Times of India (Reported) 8th Dec 2016]
Soon, there will be no liquor shops on national and state highways. On Wednesday , the Supreme Court reserved it order but made it clear it would ban liquor vends on highways, a big excise revenue earner for states. A bench of Chief Justice T S Thakur and justices D Y Chandrachud and L N Rao repeatedly said it would ensure that the menace of drunken driving on...
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90 days to fight Hindu divorce order [Reported in Times of India (Kolkata) 8th Dec 2016]
A warring Hindu couple now has 90 days, not 30, to file an appeal against a divorce decree granted by a family court in a contentious battle, held a full bench of the Bombay high court. The ruling lays to rest divided verdicts and means th-at a Hindu man or woman would now have to wait three months after a divorce decr-ee to remarry . Provided, of course, that...
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Clerics frown on HC triple talaq opinion [Reported in Times of India (Kolkata) 9th Dec 2016]
A host of top Muslim cle rics on Thursday said courts should not inter fere in issues of Shariat even as some women activists hailed the Allahabad high court's observations on triple talaq. Barelvi cleric Maulana Shahabuddin Razvi said his organization, All India Jamat Raza-e-Mustafa, will appeal in Supreme Court challenging the remarks of the HC. All India...
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SC lens on mobile tower radiation [4th Oct 2016 Times of India (Kolkata)]
The Supreme Court on Monday decided to carry out a detailed scrutiny of harmful radiation from towers put up by mobile phone service providers and ordered the Centre to furnish data on periodic monitoring of these towers by the department of telecom (DoT). A bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur told additional solicitor general P S Patwalia to provide data and...
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DARGAH BAN - Haji Ali in SC on women entry [4th Oct 2016 Times of India (Kolkata)]
The Haji Ali Dargah Trust has moved the SC, challenging an order by the Bombay HC allowing women to enter the inner sanctum of the shrine. On August 26, the high court lifted a ban imposed on women from entering the inner sanctum of the dargah. Noorjehan Fiaz and Zakia Soman, founders of Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan (BMMA), had petitioned the Bombay HC against...
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SC to hear Bihar liquor plea on Friday [4th Oct 2016 Times of India (Kolkata)]
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear Bihar government's appeal against the Patna high court order striking down a state notification banning sale and consumption of liquor. A bench headed by the CJI agreed to list it on Friday when advocate Keshav Mohan sought urgent hearing despite the Nitish Kumar government bringing a new notification to continue the ban on...
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SC to govt: Did you have a plan at all? [Reported in Times of India (Kolkata) 10th Dec 2016]
The Supreme Court on Friday fired a series of sharp and critical questions about demonetisation at the Centre, asking if it had a plan at all or took a decision “just like that“ when it scrapped Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes on November 8. Responding to attorney general Mukul Rohatgi's submission that the Centre's expectation that scrapped currency worth Rs...
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