The Supreme Court will examine the constitutional validity of the prevalent practices of polygamy and ‘nikah halala’ among Muslims.
The Law Commission may recommend religion-wise “piecemeal” amendments to family laws if it finds it difficult to come out with a composite
Manipur Governor, Najma Heptullah in a candid interview to Rajya Sabha TV has said that bodies like Muslim Personal Law Board are trying to
JD(U) leader and senior politician Sharad Yadav on Friday raised questions on the Law Commission for initiating consultation on the Uniform Civil
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has written to the chairman of Law Commission conveying his government’s inability to form an opinion on the
An FIR was today lodged here against BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj for his remark on population control. The FIR was registered under IPC sections 298
BJP leader Sakshi Maharaj has indirectly blamed Muslims for the population growth in the country, sparking a controversy barely four days after
The Allahabad High Court has termed the practice of ‘triple talaq’ as “cruel” and “demeaning”, and an act which violates the Women’s rights. The
Widening its consultation on the contentious issue of uniform civil code, the Law Commission has asked all national and state political parties
Defending government's stand on Triple Talaq in Supreme Court, Information & Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said the government
Several political parties came up with reactions in the face of Muslim bodies opposing Uniform Civil Code. While the Congress party said its
Muslims bodies have opposed the Law Commission’s questionnaire seeking public feedback on the issues of Triple Talaq and the Uniform Civil Code.
Centre’s move seeking the Law Commission to examine the implementation of Uniform Civil Code has sparked off a political debate between the two
Indicating need for wider consultation before taking a call on a uniform civil code, the government has asked the Law Commission to examine the