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Dec 30, 2017
Triple talaq bill: Government bulldozing its way through Lok Sabha shows its animus towards Indian MuslimsThe triple talaq bill is, quite simply, the BJP’s approach to delegitimise Indian Muslims. The proposed legislation has its roots in hatred of Muslims being nursed in our political culture.
Dec 02, 2017
BMMA welcomes Centre's draft law on triple talaq, demands ban on 'halala' and polygamyAn NGO spearheading the movement against triple talaq on Saturday welcomed the draft law prepared by the Centre to curb the practice, but demanded that it should also prescribe arbitration before divorce as well as ban 'halala' and polygamy.
Aug 24, 2017
Triple talaq verdict: Muslim cleric organisation Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind says SC decision against ShariatThe outfit, which claims to have 10,000 clerics as members, has also appealed to Muslims to avoid practice of instant triple talaq. It asked members of the community not to go for divorce unless there are "unavoidable circumstances"
Apr 23, 2017
AIMPLB to adopt social media to clarify Sharia laws on issues like talaq, inheritance and women's rightsIn a bid to clear confusion over Sharia laws, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has decided to tread the social media path and also explore the possibility of starting a TV news channel and newspaper.
Apr 18, 2017
Triple talaq row: 51 years on, Hamid Dalwai's movement for Muslim women's rights continuesHamid Dalwai's march marked the first steps taken towards safeguarding Muslim women’s rights & was the beginning of the social movement against triple talaq
Oct 15, 2016
Uniform Civil Code: Both govt and AIMPLB should let Supreme Court do its jobThere's a need to right what Shayara Bano’s PIL on triple talaq points out, but to achieve the government should aim for integration, not oppression, writes Sadia Dhailey
Oct 14, 2016
Triple talaq: Urdu media agog with conspiracy theories to force changes in ShariahA movement, led predominantly by Islamic clerics and some Muslim politicians, is underway among Indian Muslims to defend any likelihood of change or reform in Muslim Personal Laws.