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Chautala favours khap view on early marriages


Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader and former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala on Wednesday backed the view that the marriageable age for girl be lowered to prevent the rising number of r

Why does society let woman continue in torturous ties: Court

Questioning the society's general preference of letting a woman continue in a torturous relation rather than caring for her life and happiness, a Delhi court has acquitted a man and his four family me

Beware of love at first site


Divorcees and widows beware! With his fake profiles posted on popular matrimonial sites, 26-year-old Aamir Khan targeted divorcees and widows and was able to cheat many of them in the last two years.

Marriage delayed? TN offers temple tours

Is your marriage getting delayed for some reason or the other? Then it is time to visit eleven temples in Tamil Nadu where special poojas are offered to remove the obstacle and pave way for blissful w

Lovers from Andamans get married on ship

A couple from the Andaman Islands eloped and reached Chennai harbour by ship on Tuesday only to find the girl’s father waiting with police.

The businessman father of the girl who had eloped with the

Cabinet passes Bill granting wife right in husband's property


A bill seeking to give a woman a share in her husband's property was approved by the Union Cabinet on Friday.

Apart from giving women the right to their husband's property, the Marriage Laws (Amendm

Religion may be kept out of marriage certificates

The government is considering a change in the law to exclude the religion of individuals from marriage certificates. This follows demands by minority groups, including Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists, now

Marriage busters, beware of Vampires


(The poster says: For the attention of those who seek alliances: Beware of rogues who crash weddings/alliances by spreading rumours and lies. They say stories of illnesses, bad habits; spend their own

Polygamy slur angers Tenzing tribe in Nepal

Kathmandu, Aug. 23: The Sherpas of Nepal, the hardy mountaineering people made famous by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, the first man to summit Mt. Everest with Sir Edmund Hillary, are demanding that the Nepa

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