High court quashes dowry charges against husband but hails women empowerment

| January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Even though the high court hailed women empowerment, yet women bodies are up in arms against a high court judgment in a dowry case which exonerated the husband of dowry by allowing his quash petition. Himmatchand, who was fighting a dowry case, filed by his wife Sharmeeli Devi sought to approach the high court for […]

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Hubby allegedly continues to demand dowry despite 498A FIR pending

| June 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

While the men’s rights activists challenge the validity and constitutionality of the notorious Section 498A (dowry law), this one particular case might just act as a dampener to their spirits. In a bizarre case of dowry harassment, a husband has allegedly refused to learn his lesson despite a complaint of dowry harassment (Section 498A) pending […]

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Government to start mobile kiosks for bail post law on stalking

| March 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

In its endeavor to provide the best of services to the people, the UPA II Government has announced plans to introduce mobile kiosks for processing bail applications. In a press release issued late night, after the Cabinet approval for the new anti-rape law which also includes non-bailable provisions for stalking, voyeurism, etc., the UPA II […]

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Hubbies accused of marital rape refuse to apply for bail

| February 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

In a shocking trend, men accused of marital rape by their wives have started refusing to apply for bail and prefer to stay inside jail. Said, a lawyer who specialized in bails, “Yes, we are seeing this unusual trend of men accused of marital rape refusing to apply for bail; for some weird reason, they […]

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