Love Jihadis: New book traverses West UP, hotbed of communal strife, to capture voices of the 'dispensable'
Love Jihadis: An Open-minded Journey into the Heart of Western Uttar Pradesh, by journalists Mihir Srivastava and Raul Irani, charts the territory of Western Uttar Pradesh, and uncovers why most communal clashes find their origins in this region.
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' 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.
Hadiya yet to get court-mandated freedom: Salem college principal says she cannot meet husband, venture out alone
The Supreme Court ordered the college administration to treat Hadiya like any other student and as per hostel rules but remained silent on whether Shafin or Hadiya's parents would be allowed to meet her while she completes her studies.
Kerala love jihad case: 'I want freedom', says Hadiya; SC allows her to resume medical studies in Salem
The Supreme Court put forth its decision in the contentious Kerala love jihad case, decideing that Hadiya will continue to pursue her medical studies in Tamil Nadu
Kerala love jihad case, as it happened: SC allows Hadiya to resume college, says dean will be responsible for her
Hadiya, who has to depose before the Supreme Court in an alleged 'love jihad' case, said she wanted to be with her husband Shafin Jahan
Supreme Court will hear what Hadiya wants in open court on 27 Nov; defers Article 35(A) hearing by 8 weeks; pulls up Mamata govt over Aadhaar plea
SC saw a packed Monday morning as it lined up a number of high-profile cases, ranging from the Aadhaar issue, the Kerala Love Jihad case and Article 35A.
The Supreme Court is set for a busy Monday with high-profile cases such as Aadhaar, the Kerala Love Jihad issue and Article 35A expected to come up for hearing.
The Meerut gangrape victim has now claimed that she was never gangraped or forced to convert in a new revelation to the police.