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In India, women are doing their best in every field. They are achieving whatever they keep their eyes upon. Women empowerment is booming like forest’ fire in this 21st century. But our nation has a long way to go when it comes to accepting women, breaking stereotypes and creating their own path with or without men. Nowadays a woman has its own identity instead of getting recognized by the name of her husband. Earlier, women were taught to serve their husband, in-laws and raise their kids. But the time has been changed......

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If you are taking cheque bounce very lightly, you must know that the Cheque bounce is now a criminal, offense in India. There are numerous reasons which cause Cheque Bounce and all of them are discussed below in detail. One must avoid cheque bounce causes, as it can be a dangerous thing. A bounced cheque is the cheque which is returned by the bank due to having a fault in it. The bounced cheque invites several complications and leads to the legal mess. Therefore, here we have compiled the cheque bounce reasons......

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Triple-Talaq-laws

Islam is one of the prominent religions across the world. It is known to have its own different culture, rules, and traditions which are determined by the Holy Quran-Sharif. Even the Muslim marriages and divorce laws are specified in Quran-Sharif which must be followed by every Muslim during the critical events of life. Even Muslim culture includes customs like polygamy and Triple Talaq. The most criticized Muslim tradition is Triple Talaq, as it allows the men to release the bond of Marriage instantly without any prior notice to their wives. Talaq signifies......

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Arya Samaj Marriage

Arya Samaj marriage is very simple yet rich in significance and it is executed according to Vedic ritual. An Arya Samaj wedding does not include excessive decoration. It is known for simplicity and cost-effectiveness. The mantras vocalized during the ceremony are translated into a couple’s mother language or the language they understand the meaning of every mantra is explained. An Arya Samaj wedding can be solemnized by any religion. The pre and post wedding rites may differ depending on the regional and cultural background of the couple. Arya Samaj weddings do not......

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There is an old saying that marriages are made in paradise, now it appears to lose its significance and holiness due to an excessive number of divorces in the society. Nowadays marriages wind up in the early months of its solemnization. There are various conflicts which cause divorce but in a country like India, it seems impossible to end the marriage. When someone asks for a separation, it is because the problem in the marriage has overpowered the relation.   Infidelity, lack of communication, financial dilemmas, infrequent sessions of sex and lack......

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What is Court Marriage: Court marriage is the legal way to get married for a couple. It is performed under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. Any two people, who are eligible according to the Indian law (Male 21 and Female 18) can marry each other in the court itself. Moreover, a marriage officer and three witnesses are required to perform it. Court marriage in Delhi is the simple and legal process to tie a knot, as no traditional Indian rituals are followed in it. The only thing which matters in court marriage......

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NRI Divorce

Divorce Divorce is the absolute dissolution of marriage. In India, divorce is completely remonstrated by the religion as well as society. It’s considered as a life-changing event for a person who’s seeking the divorce. Therefore, it leads to emotional stress and social disgrace. Divorce is a hasty stop and legal process to end a relationship or marriage. The financial trauma of this is severe. NRI Divorce Agony and anguish are minor parts of every relationship and it’s pretty natural, but when it’s become intolerable, the only option left for couples is divorce.......

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In a recent verdict of Supreme Court, six month waiting period has been cut-off for the couples who are seeking divorce under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. According to the judgment, it is now clear that the couple will not have to wait for the compulsory 18 month period for the divorce. A judicial panel of Justice UU Lalit and Justice Adarsh K Goyal explained that, if couple separating through mutual consent, 6 months cooling off period can be abandoned.    This explains that “Section 13B includes a bar to divorce being allowed......

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5 Famous Actors Divorce

Bollywood industry never disappoints us in any aspects be it entertainment, drama, gossips, celebrity links up and breakups. Beside celebrity acting, The audience is also curious to dig up what is brewing in the celebrities’ personal life whether they are hooking up, getting married or parting ways. The audience is rather interested to know if any fight or breakup of celebrities is going to happen. Which is why some of the famous celebrities had taken the industry by storm when they had announced their divorce. They had gone through an ugly divorce......

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Court Marriage

Bollywood weddings always rejoice the main headlines on news. Every celeb tries to make a creative move while getting married so that the event can be recalled for years. Investing whole lot money is a common trend of Bollywood wedding diaries, but some celebrities decided to do it out of the league. Few very-famous names of Bollywood tie a knot in the courtroom instead of a traditional wedding. Let’s talk about the Bollywood couples who picked court marriage over a fat wedding. #1:- Dharmendra and Hema Malini          ......

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