M Ashokan, father of Hadiya, 26-year-old Kerala woman who converted to Islam and married a Muslim man in 2016, joined the BJP.
Kerala HC shows progressive bent in allowing live-in relationships but protectionist approach infantilises women
Kerala High Court held that its power to issue writs of habeas corpus cannot be utilised to separate live-in couples, as long as they have attained the age of majority.
Is Kerala taking a step backwards by turning a blind eye to attacks on young couples like Kevin and Neenu?
Mangaluru Police rescue woman kept captive by family for relationship with Muslim; couple say they 'don't want repeat of Hadiya case'
After Mangaluru police rescued a Hindu woman allegedly confined by her mother for falling in love with a Muslim man, her lover said he has lost all hope.
Supreme Court says adult couples can live together without marriage, live-in relations recognised by legislature
An adult couple has a right to live together without marriage, the Supreme Court said, while asserting that a 20-year-old woman could choose whom she wanted to live with.
'Legalise child marriages': BJP MLA Gopal Parmar's solution to end 'love jihad' harks back to 19th Century
Incidents like 'love jihad' occur because people wander when they aren't hitched "on time", BJP MLA Gopal Parmar from Madhya Pradesh has said.
Kerala love jihad: SC sets aside Kerala High Court verdict, says Hadiya has 'absolute autonomy over her person'
The Supreme Court has set aside the Kerala High Court verdict and restored the inter-faith marriage of Hadiya and Shafin Jahan, saying the former had "absolute autonomy over her person."
Kerala 'love jihad' case: Hadiya's 'victory' no cause for celebration, it sets terrible precedents for women's rights adjudication
Hadiya's 'hard-won victory' should not call for celebration as it is not something that the Judiciary aspires to do – the bare minimum for women's rights.
Kerala 'love jihad' case: Didn't change religion to marry Shafin, I believe in Islam, says Hadiya days after SC ruling
The Supreme Court on Thursday set aside the May 2017 Kerala High Court order annulling the marriage of Hadiya and Shafin Jahan.
On her first visit to her home state Kerala after the Supreme Court upheld her marriage with Shafin Jahan, Hadiya on Saturday said "all this happened as I embraced Islam"
The agency suspected external forces behind Hadiya’s conversion into Islam since her mentor was found involved in other 'love jihad' cases being investigated by it.
Absolute liberty for Hadiya: Family, as an idea, must die as carrier of casteism, communalism, patriarchy
Similar cases are regularly reported from across India where youths are killed by family members for marrying outside religion and caste.
Hadiya is absolutely free to marry whoever she wants, rules Supreme Court: SC allows ongoing NIA probe into 'love jihad' case
The Supreme Court has restored the marriage of Hadiya (earlier known as Akhila) and Shafin Jahan and set aside the Kerala High Court order, which had annulled the validity of their marriage.
Kerala 'love jihad': Supreme Court to issue order in Hadiya case at 2 pm; Kerala High Court had annulled 25-year-old's marriage
The Supreme Court said, on Thursday, that it will issue an order at 2 pm over the Kerala High Court's decision to annul the marriage of Hadiya, an alleged victim of 'love jihad'.
Kerala 'love jihad' case: SC postpones hearing in Hadiya case to 8 March, asks if a court has right to annul marriage
CJI Dipak Misra, while hearing Kerala "love Jihad" case, asked if a court could exercise its jurisdiction to annul a marriage in a habeas corpus petition
Kerala 'love jihad' case: I am a Muslim and wish to remain one, Hadiya tells Supreme Court in affidavit
A Kerala-based woman, who is alleged to be a victim of 'love jihad', has told the Supreme Court that she had willingly converted to Islam and wants to remain a Muslim.
In a major development in the Kerala "love jihad" case, the Supreme Court headed by the CJI has observed that the NIA cannot probe Hadiya's marital status.
Kerala 'love jihad' case: Supreme Court tells NIA to probe criminal dimension of case, not Hadiya's marriage
Making it clear that the National Investigation Agency has to stay away from the marriage of Hadiya with Shafin Jahan, the Supreme Court observed that the agency could probe into "all other aspects except her marriage".
Indu Malhotra's potential appointment to SC is historic, but lack of gender diversity in judiciary worrisome
Indu Malhotra’s potential appointment, while nothing short of historic, reveals a deeply ingrained issue in the judiciary — the lack of gender diversity.