Hadiya Case In Supreme Court


'Hadiya Case In Supreme Court' - 2 News Result(s)

  • Hadiya's Marriage Restored By Supreme Court, High Court Decision Scrapped

    Hadiya's Marriage Restored By Supreme Court, High Court Decision Scrapped

    Kerala woman Hadiya is free to live with her husband, the Supreme Court ruled today, cancelling a Kerala High Court order annulling the 24-year-old's marriage to a Muslim man after converting to Islam. The judges said Hadiya is "at liberty free to pursue her endeavours," stating that the High Court should not have intervened.

  • Supreme Court: Was Kerala High Court Justified In Annulling Hadiya's Marriage?

    Supreme Court: Was Kerala High Court Justified In Annulling Hadiya's Marriage?

    The Supreme Court on Thursday asked if a roving inquiry could be ordered into the "issue of consent" between two adults who married at will and if the Kerala High Court order annulling the marriage of Hadiya, an alleged victim of 'love jihad', was justified. The questions, from a bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D ...

'Hadiya Case In Supreme Court' - 2 News Result(s)

  • Hadiya's Marriage Restored By Supreme Court, High Court Decision Scrapped

    Hadiya's Marriage Restored By Supreme Court, High Court Decision Scrapped

    Kerala woman Hadiya is free to live with her husband, the Supreme Court ruled today, cancelling a Kerala High Court order annulling the 24-year-old's marriage to a Muslim man after converting to Islam. The judges said Hadiya is "at liberty free to pursue her endeavours," stating that the High Court should not have intervened.

  • Supreme Court: Was Kerala High Court Justified In Annulling Hadiya's Marriage?

    Supreme Court: Was Kerala High Court Justified In Annulling Hadiya's Marriage?

    The Supreme Court on Thursday asked if a roving inquiry could be ordered into the "issue of consent" between two adults who married at will and if the Kerala High Court order annulling the marriage of Hadiya, an alleged victim of 'love jihad', was justified. The questions, from a bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D ...

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