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Jan 18, 2019
Sabarimala row: Kerala government gives SC a list of 51 women who entered shrine since ban was liftedThe Kerala government submitted a list to the Supreme Court containing the names of as many as 51 women between the ages of 10 and 50 who have allegedly entered the Sabarimala Temple in Kerala since the Supreme Court verdict lifted the ban on the entry of women of menstruating age into the shrine.
Jan 15, 2019
Kanakadurga, one of two women who entered Sabarimala, attacked by mother-in-law; 39-year-old admitted in Kerala hospital with head injuryKanakadurga, along with Bindu Ammini, had entered the Sabarimala temple in Kerala on 2 January after a landmark verdict by the Supreme Court made it possible for women between 10 and 50 years to enter the shrine.
Oct 07, 2016
Restricting son to fulfil duties to aged parents a valid ground for divorce: SCHearing a divorce appeal between a couple from Karnataka, the Supreme Court said that persistent effort of the wife to constrain the husband to be separated from the family constitute an act of cruelty, and thus a valid ground for divorce
Jan 12, 2016
Video of UP woman allegedly beating mother-in-law goes viralA video secretly filmed by an Indian man – apparently showing his wife beating his elderly mother – has gone viral and led police to arrest the wife.
Dec 11, 2015
National Herald case: Sonia should know her guided tour of Indira Gandhi's legacy cannot start and end in 1977Was that the image of her mother-in-law on her mind when Sonia Gandhi’s retorted, "I’m not scared of anyone, I’m daughter-in-law of Indira Gandhi"? Was the politics of victimhood, so well exemplified by his grandmother Indira Gandhi, on his mind when the Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said "It’s most certainly a political vendetta"?
Aug 24, 2015
No saas, but sasural will do: Indian men more open to living with in-laws, says surveyIn the survey conducted by matrimonial website shaadi.com, a majority of Indian men said 'maybe' they can stay with their in-laws.