The office is bracing for a busy first 10 days this December, offering what the clerk dubs “palindrome days” for numbers reading the same forward and backward.
Sanjay Sachdev, owner of NGO 'Love Commandos' arrested for confining, extorting money from runaway couples
The owner of the popular 'Love Commandos' NGO, who gained popularity after appearing in actor Aamir Khan's television show Satyamev Jayate, has been arrested for allegedly confining, intimidating and extorting money from couples, police said on Wednesday.
Mumbai is not always kind to its lovers; perhaps it doesn't intend to be cruel, but romance must navigate tricky terrain here nonetheless. Intimacy in public places — exalted in Bollywood movies but frequently frowned upon in real life — requires some delicate maneuvering on the part of couples.
In a society where marriage outside the caste is still considered a taboo, provisions of Special Marriage Act remain under-utilised.
The secret to a happy sex life is the belief that it takes hard work and effort, instead of expecting sexual satisfaction to simply happen, says a study
The Legislative Committee on Women and Child Safety in Dakshina Kannada (DK) district has decided to recommend to the government to give directions to police to take suo motu cases in increasing incidents of 'moral policing' in the district.
Japan's Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a law that married couples must have a common surname, a defeat for campaigners who have blasted the 19th century statute as sexist and archaic.
Couples who boast about their relationship on Facebook, such as posting photos with their partner and writing on their wall, are more likely to be committed and stay together.
Saffron outfit Hindu Mahasabha has planned to oppose "western ways" of displaying affection on Valentine's Day this Saturday by floating its own traditional equivalent to celebrate the festival of love in the form of Basant Panchami.
A Saudi man divorced his wife because she refused to close the car door, media reported on Thursday.
Similar to a drinking relationship, married couples who smoke marijuana together are less likely to be engaged in domestic violence, says research.
Sexual relations between a legally wedded husband and wife, "even if forcible, is not rape", a Delhi court has said while acquitting a youth who was accused of marrying a 21-year-old girl after serving her a sedative- laced drink and raping her.
Arguments over social media platforms among romantic partners are damaging relationships, ending in negative outcomes like emotional and physical cheating, breakup and divorce, a significant research reveals.
The police described the move as a "preventive" step aimed at saving such couples from being targeted by miscreants.
Ask any couple these days and they would say that both of them pitch in 50 percent each as far as household expenses go. But, is that the right way to go about sharing the expenses?