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SC's Ayodhya verdict: Two more review petitions filed in top court; Hindu Mahasabha challenges allotment of five-acre plot for mosque
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SC's Ayodhya verdict: Two more review petitions filed in top court; Hindu Mahasabha challenges allotment of five-acre plot for mosque

Seeking a 'limited review' of the apex court's 9 November verdict which cleared the way for construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya, ABHM became the first Hindu body to seek the review

AIMPLB moves SC challenging law criminalising triple talaq, says it causes 'unwarranted interference' in Muslim Personal Law
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AIMPLB moves SC challenging law criminalising triple talaq, says it causes 'unwarranted interference' in Muslim Personal Law

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) Monday filed a plea in the Supreme Court challenging the law which criminalises instant triple talaq.

AIMPLB calls meeting over Ayodhya land dispute days after first sitting of SC-appointed mediation panel
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AIMPLB calls meeting over Ayodhya land dispute days after first sitting of SC-appointed mediation panel

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has called an emergency meeting of its working committee on Sunday morning to discuss the Ayodhya issue.

Triple talaq bill: Instead of taking refuge in constitutional and Sharia laws, AIMPLB should help end persecution of women
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Triple talaq bill: Instead of taking refuge in constitutional and Sharia laws, AIMPLB should help end persecution of women

The Muslim community in India and the AIMPLB needs to stop hiding behind the Shariat Laws to justify ill-treatment of women and their persecution

SC decision on triple talaq highlights: BJP claims credit for judgement, says political will led to decisive ruling
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SC decision on triple talaq highlights: BJP claims credit for judgement, says political will led to decisive ruling

The Supreme Court would on Tuesday pronounce a historic judgement on the controversial issue of whether the practice of 'triple talaq' among Muslims is fundamental to the religion.