Kerala woman protests outside husband's house for giving triple talaq; police registers case against man
Juveira, the woman from Kerala, further claimed that trouble with her husband began a year and a half back when Sameer gave her a talaq but, she refused to accept.
Modi govt's pursuit to criminalise triple talaq pays off as RS clears bill; BJP outwits Congress for second time
Despite having faced two setbacks, the Narendra Modi govt kept on patiently pursuing the triple talaq bill and it managed to get the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2019, passed in the Rajya Sabha on the third attempt on Tuesday
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Centre trivalised triple talaq by sidelining Opposition remarks on bill; govt's attempt at Muslim inclusion reeks of haste
The Muslims in India need inclusion, but to do it in a haphazard manner disregarding every Opposition point of view, as seen during the debate on triple talaq bill, not only trivialises the issue but also reeks of arrogance
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Parliament Updates: Lok Sabha passes bill criminalising instant triple talaq; Rajya Sabha nod to RTI (Amendment) Bill, 2019
Parliament Updates: Lok Sabha passed the instant triple talaq bill. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Minority Affairs Minister, says that the Opposition is against the triple talaq Bill because they are afraid of losing a certain set of votes. The Bill is in lines with the constitutional commitment. The Bill will protect Muslim women, he adds.
Full text: Lok Sabha passes bill criminalising instant triple talaq, allows jail term of upto three years for husband
Lok Sabha on Thursday gave its nod to a bill which seeks to penalise the practice of instant triple talaq by a voice vote. Here's the full-text of the Bill as introduced
Union Cabinet clears fresh bill to ban triple talaq; legislation to be introduced in Budget session of Parliament
Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Wednesday that the Union Cabinet cleared a fresh bill to ban triple talaq in its meeting while adding that the new bill will be introduced in the Budget session of the Parliament
Triple talaq bill is badly drafted; Rajya Sabha must fix errors, save legislation from becoming mere letter of law
A woman who has a triple talaq pronounced on her may have to approach a court to get a declaration that it was void in the first place
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The petitioner sought to validate the triple talaq declaration to legally divorce his wife.
The National Commission for Women (NCW) said on Wednesday that it was ready to submit its opinion on the abolition of triple talaq if the Supreme Court asked for it.
The debate over triple talaq shows it’s time Indian Muslims rescued themselves from the un-Islamic and self-contradictory ways of their ill-informed mullahs
The city police have registered a case of cheating and harassment against a non-resident Indian who allegedly divorced his wife through a newspaper advertisement.
In India, for every divorced Muslim man, there are four divorced Muslim women, an IndiaSpend analysis of Census 2011 data shows. Across religious communities, except Sikhs, there are more divorced women than men. But the gender skew is particularly sharp among Muslims
A Muslim woman, who was divorced by her husband through a phone call from Dubai, has challenged the Muslim practices of polygamy, triple talaq (talaq-e-bidat) and nikah halala, leading the Supreme Court to seek response from the Centre on her plea on Friday.
What makes the triple talaq (instant divorce) laws so difficult, is the fact that they are not codified and so are open to interpretation and adjustment.
The Supreme Court asked the Centre to file before it the report of a committee which was constituted earlier to look into the aspects of personal laws.
Seeking "justice and equality for Muslim women", a Muslim group has demanded a ban on polygamy and compulsory registration of marriages.