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Hilarious. "amicable solution through talks" ? WTF? Its as if this is a recent issue and the concerned parties are merely being litigious. These SOBs need to take sanyas if they can't give a decision after 100 years. Ofcourse, what is really happening here is, in face of all the facts, their cowardice is shining through.

Another example in a long line that proves that Sickulars are merely coward dhimmis. 

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People are jumping the gun here. The Supreme Court has merely observed aka suggested some kind of understanding and/or rapprochement between the various claimants in the said title deed. It hasn't decided/passed a judgement. Too much premature bashing of the SC going on here. In short the SC hasn't shirked its responsibilities. It has just suggested another avenue to reach some kind of a closure where everyone can be happy.

 

 

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12 hours ago, tweaker said:

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Monday told the Supreme Court that talaq and polygamy are an integral part of the religion of Sunni Muslims. The Muslim Board handed some written information to the Supreme Court saying that it cannot alter the sanctity of personal laws. 

:phehe:

 

There is nothing lawful about the All India Muslim Personal Law Board

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The Supreme Court on Monday ordered auction of Sahara's Aamby Valley project after the group failed to make payment to market regulator Sebi. The 8,900-acre Aamby Valley project near Lonavla, Maharashtra is one of the flagship projects of the Sahara group. The Supreme Court had earlier this month said that if the Sahara group failed to deposit Rs 5,092 crore by April 17, it will be "compelled" to auction its Rs 34,000-crore Aamby Valley property, near Pune.

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On 12/16/2016 at 4:57 AM, tweaker said:

A Hindu son can divorce his wife for the cruelty of trying to pry him away from his “pious obligation” to live with his aged parents and provide shelter to them, the Supreme Court has held.

 

A woman becomes a part of the husband’s family and cannot seek to separate him from his parents for the sole reason that she wants to entirely enjoy his income, a Bench of Justices Anil R. Dave and L. Nageshwara Rao observed in a judgment.

wtf about the hindu girl why is she being pried away from her family.

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The Supreme Court on Thursday pushed for the immediacy of a Lokpal for transparency in government and public life.

A Bench led by Justice Ranjan Gogoi disagreed with Attorney-General Mukul Rohatgi’s stand that appointment of a Lokpal is not currently possible as there is no Leader of Opposition (LoP) in the 16th Lok Sabha.

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On 3/28/2017 at 1:19 AM, tweaker said:

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Monday told the Supreme Court that talaq and polygamy are an integral part of the religion of Sunni Muslims. The Muslim Board handed some written information to the Supreme Court saying that it cannot alter the sanctity of personal laws. 

this all india mulsim personal law itself should be striken and made unconstitutional, lol talaq and polygsamy must be banned and no f's should be given.

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The curious case of Justice CS Karnan has shocked the country and alarmed the judicial community. It has involved several firsts in the history of India’s powerful courts – including the SC issuing contempt charges against a sitting judge, a judge ordering a CBI investigation of the Chief Justice of India, and the SC sentencing a judge to prison.

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22 hours ago, tweaker said:

The curious case of Justice CS Karnan has shocked the country and alarmed the judicial community. It has involved several firsts in the history of India’s powerful courts – including the SC issuing contempt charges against a sitting judge, a judge ordering a CBI investigation of the Chief Justice of India, and the SC sentencing a judge to prison.

Yes, very interesting case which for some reason is not being discussed much. Raises big questions about the collegium system, Karnan trying to run parallel courts. it might give Kejriwal some new ideas by running his own  "secular" elections and thus electing himself.

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Marriage practices itself has been anti women in India. Should courts ban marriages?

 

Practice or law ?

 

Here law is allowed to abuse Women in the case of Polygamy.

 

This is like child marriage.Just because marriages are abused in practise doesn't mean we allow Child marriage by law.

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2 hours ago, BeautifulGame said:

 

Practice or law ?

 

Here law is allowed to abuse Women in the case of Polygamy.

 

This is like child marriage.Just because marriages are abused in practise doesn't mean we allow Child marriage by law.

Practice. A Muslim man is told by Imam at the time of marriage. This is your first marriage. There are three more left. Come later.

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Where has a whopping amount of Rs 20,000 crore, meant for workers' welfare, gone? Spent on tea parties or vacation of officials?

 

Even the Comptroller and Auditor General doesn't know, wondered the Supreme Court.

 

These posers were put to the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) by the Supreme Court which was left wondering as to where this huge amount of money has gone.

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The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) today told the Supreme Court that triple talaq is a matter of faith being practiced by Muslims for the last 1,400 years and hence the question of constitutional morality and equity did not arise. The Muslim body also equated triple talaq with the Hindu belief that Lord Rama was born at Ayodhya.

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Anyone following the triple talak case in SC would realize that SC as currently constituted is a gone case. Needs total rebuilding. Stripped of any gungadeens or dhimmis. After congress mukt bharat is achieved in 2 years, Sangh needs to make this their #1 priority. You can bet your life savings that resident lordships will try their damnedest to revive the corpse of congress.    

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In a first, High Court judge CS Karnan became the only judge to retire while absconding. He has been evading the police since May 9 after the Supreme Court sanctioned an arrest warrant against him, sentencing him to a six-month jail term. The Supreme Court had held Karnan in contempt of court following a series of defiant counter-orders he had repeatedly issued against the apex court.

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The Supreme Court on Wednesday noted that embattled Sahara chief Subrata Roy has deposited Rs 710.22 crore in the SEBI-Sahara account, but warned that its cheque of Rs 552.21 crore must be realised within the July 15 deadline.

 

The apex court rejected Roy's request to extend time beyond July 15 for realisation of this cheque.

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The Supreme Court is currently hearing arguments to rule on whether the right to privacy is a fundamental right guaranteed by the Constitution to all Indian citizens.

 

The verdict will be divulged any day now, and it will surely be a crucial one – not only because privacy has become a primary debate in the Digital Age but also because of the intrinsic links between privacy and the government’s push to increase the mandate of Aadhaar and UIDAI.

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