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Matrimonial news

  • Of Indian women changing with globalisation and time (With Image)

    New Delhi, July 22 (IANS) Sohana Badshah is a carefree rich “Bombay girl”, who moves to London to study interior designing. She falls in love with Jagdish Sachdev, a man of refined intellect. The dream match falls apart, with Jagdish blaming bad blood between the families. Sohana returns home to discover Mumbai [...]

  • Here comes the - botox - bride

    New Delhi, July 13 (IANS) Busy with establishing their careers, an increasing number of women are choosing to get married in their 30s and even 40s. Looking good is a must and it is a botox jab that guarantees glowing skin on D-Day for many of these women. Skin experts say botox brides [...]

  • Can’t ignore kin’s evidence in matrimonial dispute: SC

    New Delhi, July 5 (IANS) The Supreme Court has said that evidence tendered by the kin of those involved in a matrimonial dispute could not be disregarded merely because they are related to either spouse. The court made the observation while granting a divorce to Vishwanath on the grounds of his wife inflicting mental [...]

  • More Indian women marrying before turning 25: Survey

    New Delhi, June 26 (IANS) An increasing number of women across India are keen to tie the knot before they turn 25, and states like Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat top the chart, a survey released here Tuesday has showed. Conducted by online matrimonial portal Jeevansathi.com, the survey said Tamil Nadu had registered the [...]

  • Self-employed men hide income in alimony cases: Court

    New Delhi, June 14 (IANS) A Delhi court has expressed concern over self-employed men involved in matrimonial discord cases not revealing their real income ahead of the fixation of maintenance for their estranged wives. Metropolitan Magistrate Priya Mahendra in a recent order directed Dalbir, a farmer from Hamidpur in north Delhi, to pay a [...]

  • Punjab NRI panel asks police to trace runaway husband

    Chandigarh, May 16 (IANS) The Punjab Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Commission Wednesday issued a notice to the Jalandhar police commissioner and sought a report within three weeks about a runaway husband who allegedly duped a New Zealand-based NRI woman. The NRI Commission issued the notice after taking suo moto notice of media reports about a [...]

  • New Indian novels mirror contemporary man-woman relationships

    New Delhi, May 16 (IANS) Contemporary Indian popular fiction that narrates “desi” cosmopolitan stories has been mirroring the changing man-woman relationship in a more open and accepting urban India, a leading literary agent says. Even 10 years ago, romantic novels spun stories about a man and one woman, whose sacrosanct monogamous love twisted and [...]

  • 4,021 cases settled at Lok Adalat in Delhi

    New Delhi, May 12 (IANS) A total of 4,021 cases related to civil, matrimonial and other disputes were disposed of at a Lok Adalat conducted here Saturday by the Delhi State Legal Services Authority (DLSA). “Fifty-eight benches disposed of 4,021 cases relating to civil, electricity, labour, matrimonial, traffic and criminal compoundable offences, and matters [...]

  • 24,000 ’stolen’ brides in Kyrgyzstan in three years

    Moscow, May 11 (IANS/RIA Novosti) Around 24,000 women were kidnapped and forced into marriage in the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan in the past three years, an official report said. The country’s ombudsman said in his annual report to the Kyrgyz parliament that two-thirds of such marriages later fell apart, according to the Knews.kg [...]

  • Marriage registration to be made compulsory

    New Delhi, April 12 (IANS) Registration of marriages is to be made compulsory irrespective of religion - largely to prevent the harassment of women in divorce cases - under two bills approved by the cabinet on Thursday. The bills, to amend the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969, and Anand Marriage Act, [...]

 
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