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Different religions has different divorce laws in India. This page provides information about all the divorce laws in India...

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Pious obligation of Daughters the Modern Perspective
Published : June 08, 2011 | Author : Anshumaan | Unrated
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This Article talks about the pious obligation of daughters after the amendment of 2005 in the Hindu Succession Act
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Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage
Published : May 29, 2011 | Author : shishir shrivastava | Rating :
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The Law Commission of India as well as judiciary demands the inclusion of irretrievable break down as marriage as a special ground for divorce under Hindu Marriage Act,1955, as it is felt that due to the technicalities involved in existing theories of divorce it sometimes become complex for parties in seeking separation...
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Should Women Be Given Coparcenary Rights?
Published : April 30, 2011 | Author : pallavi ghorpade | Rating :
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Since time immemorial the framing of all property laws have been exclusively for the benefit of man, and woman has been treated as subservient, and dependent on male support. The right to property is important for the freedom and development of a human being. Prior to the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 shastric and customary laws that varied from region to region governed Hindus and sometimes it varied in the same region on a caste basis resulting in diversity in the law...
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Honour Killing A Bane Or A Boon?
Published : April 11, 2011 | Author : arnav | Rating :
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Honour Killing refers to the killing of family members, mainly females, in order to keep up the family pride, which they are said to harm by doing any shameful act such as running away from the house, love marriage etc...
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Salient features of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
Published : February 25, 2011 | Author : laksheyender@gmail.com | Rating :
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Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 has reformed Hindu law of Marriage. It is a landmark in the history of social legislation. It has not simply codified the Hindu law of marriage but has introduced certain important changes in many respects. The Hindu marriage contemplated by the Act hardly remains sacramental...
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Role of Customs in Islamic Law
Published : January 27, 2011 | Author : arman01 | Unrated
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Custom is that which is established in a woman’s mind by virtue of logic and the sound mind accepts it. Customs are also practices which are being practiced by the society from time immemorial and it is accepted within the norms of the society...
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Protecting Economic Rights of Hindu Women
Published : November 23, 2010 | Author : shiva satish | Rating :
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At the outset, it must be pointed out that the existing laws of maintenance are disparate, chaotic and scattered. Maintenance law in India relating to Hindu female...
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Coparcenary Rights of Major Unmarried Hindu Daughters
Published : November 21, 2010 | Author : rahulshrivastava | Unrated
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In the light of judgment in the matter of: B.Chandrashekhar Reddy V. State of Andhra Pradesh AIR 2003 SC 2322....
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Sources of Hindu Law
Published : September 21, 2010 | Author : debanshukhettry | Rating :
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The phrase “source of law” has several connotations. It may be the authority which issues rules of conduct which are recognized by Courts as binding. In this context, ‘source of law’ means ‘the maker of law’. It may mean the social conditions which inspires the making of law for the governance of the conditions....
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Constitutional Validity Of Marriage Laws Amendment Bill-2010
Published : September 14, 2010 | Author : anooja | Rating :
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With the changing times, notions of fairness and justice assume newer and wider dimensions and customs and beliefs of the people change. These in turn demand changes in the structure of law; every progressive must make a rational effort to meet these demands...
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Child Custody & Guardianship
Published : June 10, 2010 | Author : pushkarthakur | Rating :
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Child custody and guardianship are legal terms which are sometimes used to describe the legal and practical relationship between a parent...
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