Kerala Love Jihad Case


'Kerala Love Jihad Case' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Blog: When I Met Hadiya, And Why I Respect Her Choice

    Blog: When I Met Hadiya, And Why I Respect Her Choice

    Whether she is Hindu or Muslim matters less. She is an Indian citizen and she will always remain so. And it is our patriotic responsibility to uphold Indian constitution even when her choice doesn't go well with us.

  • 'I Want To Meet My Husband,' Is All Hadiya Says As She Leaves Delhi

    'I Want To Meet My Husband,' Is All Hadiya Says As She Leaves Delhi

    Kerala's Hadiya, who was Akhila Asokan before she converted to Islam, said today that she would meet her husband Shafin Jahan after winning a reprieve from the Supreme Court. The 25-year-old was yesterday freed her from her parents, who have refused to accept her marriage to a Muslim man and have alleged in court that she was brainwashed and indoc...

  • Husband Can't Be Guardian, Please Make Her Understand: Judge On Hadiya

    Husband Can't Be Guardian, Please Make Her Understand: Judge On Hadiya

    A wife is not a chattel and the husband cannot be her guardian, the Supreme Court said today after interacting with Hadiya, a woman from Kerala, who is the alleged victim of "love jihad".

  • I Want to See My Husband, I Want To Be Free, Hadiya Told Supreme Court

    I Want to See My Husband, I Want To Be Free, Hadiya Told Supreme Court

    Kerala woman Hadiya, 25, was released from her parents' custody today after she told the Supreme Court that she had converted to Islam and married a Muslim man of her own volition. Her lawyers say she can finally meet her husband, when he visits her at a hostel in Tamil Nadu where she will stay while finishing college.

  • Hadiya's Story: A Timeline Of Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case

    Hadiya's Story: A Timeline Of Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case

    Hadiya, who grew up as Akhila Ashokan in Kerala, married a Muslim man Shafin Jahan last year. Hadiya will testify before the Supreme Court today after her family alleged that she forced to convert to Islam and marry. Here's a look at the timeline of Kerala 'love jihad' case.

  • Hadiya "Does Not Have An Independent Mind", Says Her Father's Lawyer

    Hadiya "Does Not Have An Independent Mind", Says Her Father's Lawyer

    Hadiya, the young woman from Kerala who claimed last week that she had not been forcibly converted, "does not have an independent mind", her father's lawyer has said. The 25-year-old, he said, is under "mental kidnapping", indicating whatever she says cannot be relied on, he said.

  • Before Hadiya's Court Date, Man She Married Questioned For 6 Hours By NIA

    Before Hadiya's Court Date, Man She Married Questioned For 6 Hours By NIA

    Next Monday, Akhila Ashokan, the Kerala woman who converted to Islam and took the name Hadiya, will appear in the Supreme Court to state before judges why she married a Muslim man Shafi Jehan. Police and security personnel will accompany the family, who had booked train tickets from Kochi, said the lawyers, but are now expected to fly down to Delhi...

  • Hadiya Is Example Of Psychological Kidnapping: Anti-Terror Agency Tells Supreme Court

    Hadiya Is Example Of Psychological Kidnapping: Anti-Terror Agency Tells Supreme Court

    Hadiya, the 24-year-old Kerala woman who converted to Islam and married a Muslim man, is an example of "psychological kidnapping", the country's anti-terror agency National Investigation Agency, NIA, told the top court on Monday.

  • Bring Hadiya Here: Supreme Court To Father In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case

    Bring Hadiya Here: Supreme Court To Father In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case

    Hadiya is 24 years old and her consent as an adult is "prime", said the Supreme Court today as it examined the landmark "love jihad" case that is centred on a young woman's marriage to a Muslim man in Kerala and has become the subject of an investigation by the country's top counter-terror agency. Hadiya must be presented in court on November 27 by...

  • 'Am Going To Die', Woman In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case Says On Camera

    'Am Going To Die', Woman In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case Says On Camera

    In a fresh video released to the media by an activist, Akhila Ashokan, or Hadiya as she prefers to be known, is heard pleading with activist Rahul Eashwar to help end her confinement. "Get me out of here. Today or tomorrow, I am going to die. I am sure about this. My father is getting angry, I can make out. He pushes me, stamps at me," says the 24-...

  • In Kerala Love Jihad Case, Anti-Terror Body To Probe 90 Marriages

    In Kerala Love Jihad Case, Anti-Terror Body To Probe 90 Marriages

    Ninety inter-faith marriages that took place in Kerala over the last two years are being examined by the central counter-terror agency National Investigation Agency mandated to see if there were organised groups preying on vulnerable Hindu women to recruit them as terrorists.

  • In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    The Kerala love jihad case faced a roadblock today as the Supreme Court refused to hear it, saying the Muslim boy's counsel was mixing law and politics. Pulling up the advocate, the court said his arguments were "inexcusable" and that he had "bulldozed" his own case.

  • Can Father Control 24-Year-Old: Supreme Court On 'Kerala Love Jihad' Case

    Can Father Control 24-Year-Old: Supreme Court On 'Kerala Love Jihad' Case

    The Supreme Court has questioned a verdict that led to the annulment or cancellation of a young Kerala woman's marriage to a Muslim.The top court said that a 24-year-old woman "cannot be controlled by her father" as it heard details of what has come to be known as "Kerala's love jihad case."

  • In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Inquiry, What Women Who Converted Have Testified

    In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Inquiry, What Women Who Converted Have Testified

    The December marriage of a young homeopath in Kerala to a Muslim man returned from the Gulf anchors a wide examination by the country's top counter-terror agency into whether the southern state is being used by terror groups who deploy "love jihad" to recruit young woman. Just days after the Supreme Court allowed the National Investigating Agency o...

  • 'Save Me,' Woman In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case Shouted From Window, Say Activists

    'Save Me,' Woman In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case Shouted From Window, Say Activists

    When a group of women activists went to meet Hadiya at her home in Kerala's Kottayam, her parents did not allow them to meet her, they have said in a Facebook post. As they were leaving, they allege, they heard the 25-year-old cry out for help from a window.

'Kerala Love Jihad Case' - 11 Video Result(s)

'Kerala Love Jihad Case' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Blog: When I Met Hadiya, And Why I Respect Her Choice

    Blog: When I Met Hadiya, And Why I Respect Her Choice

    Whether she is Hindu or Muslim matters less. She is an Indian citizen and she will always remain so. And it is our patriotic responsibility to uphold Indian constitution even when her choice doesn't go well with us.

  • 'I Want To Meet My Husband,' Is All Hadiya Says As She Leaves Delhi

    'I Want To Meet My Husband,' Is All Hadiya Says As She Leaves Delhi

    Kerala's Hadiya, who was Akhila Asokan before she converted to Islam, said today that she would meet her husband Shafin Jahan after winning a reprieve from the Supreme Court. The 25-year-old was yesterday freed her from her parents, who have refused to accept her marriage to a Muslim man and have alleged in court that she was brainwashed and indoc...

  • Husband Can't Be Guardian, Please Make Her Understand: Judge On Hadiya

    Husband Can't Be Guardian, Please Make Her Understand: Judge On Hadiya

    A wife is not a chattel and the husband cannot be her guardian, the Supreme Court said today after interacting with Hadiya, a woman from Kerala, who is the alleged victim of "love jihad".

  • I Want to See My Husband, I Want To Be Free, Hadiya Told Supreme Court

    I Want to See My Husband, I Want To Be Free, Hadiya Told Supreme Court

    Kerala woman Hadiya, 25, was released from her parents' custody today after she told the Supreme Court that she had converted to Islam and married a Muslim man of her own volition. Her lawyers say she can finally meet her husband, when he visits her at a hostel in Tamil Nadu where she will stay while finishing college.

  • Hadiya's Story: A Timeline Of Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case

    Hadiya's Story: A Timeline Of Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case

    Hadiya, who grew up as Akhila Ashokan in Kerala, married a Muslim man Shafin Jahan last year. Hadiya will testify before the Supreme Court today after her family alleged that she forced to convert to Islam and marry. Here's a look at the timeline of Kerala 'love jihad' case.

  • Hadiya "Does Not Have An Independent Mind", Says Her Father's Lawyer

    Hadiya "Does Not Have An Independent Mind", Says Her Father's Lawyer

    Hadiya, the young woman from Kerala who claimed last week that she had not been forcibly converted, "does not have an independent mind", her father's lawyer has said. The 25-year-old, he said, is under "mental kidnapping", indicating whatever she says cannot be relied on, he said.

  • Before Hadiya's Court Date, Man She Married Questioned For 6 Hours By NIA

    Before Hadiya's Court Date, Man She Married Questioned For 6 Hours By NIA

    Next Monday, Akhila Ashokan, the Kerala woman who converted to Islam and took the name Hadiya, will appear in the Supreme Court to state before judges why she married a Muslim man Shafi Jehan. Police and security personnel will accompany the family, who had booked train tickets from Kochi, said the lawyers, but are now expected to fly down to Delhi...

  • Hadiya Is Example Of Psychological Kidnapping: Anti-Terror Agency Tells Supreme Court

    Hadiya Is Example Of Psychological Kidnapping: Anti-Terror Agency Tells Supreme Court

    Hadiya, the 24-year-old Kerala woman who converted to Islam and married a Muslim man, is an example of "psychological kidnapping", the country's anti-terror agency National Investigation Agency, NIA, told the top court on Monday.

  • Bring Hadiya Here: Supreme Court To Father In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case

    Bring Hadiya Here: Supreme Court To Father In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case

    Hadiya is 24 years old and her consent as an adult is "prime", said the Supreme Court today as it examined the landmark "love jihad" case that is centred on a young woman's marriage to a Muslim man in Kerala and has become the subject of an investigation by the country's top counter-terror agency. Hadiya must be presented in court on November 27 by...

  • 'Am Going To Die', Woman In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case Says On Camera

    'Am Going To Die', Woman In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case Says On Camera

    In a fresh video released to the media by an activist, Akhila Ashokan, or Hadiya as she prefers to be known, is heard pleading with activist Rahul Eashwar to help end her confinement. "Get me out of here. Today or tomorrow, I am going to die. I am sure about this. My father is getting angry, I can make out. He pushes me, stamps at me," says the 24-...

  • In Kerala Love Jihad Case, Anti-Terror Body To Probe 90 Marriages

    In Kerala Love Jihad Case, Anti-Terror Body To Probe 90 Marriages

    Ninety inter-faith marriages that took place in Kerala over the last two years are being examined by the central counter-terror agency National Investigation Agency mandated to see if there were organised groups preying on vulnerable Hindu women to recruit them as terrorists.

  • In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    The Kerala love jihad case faced a roadblock today as the Supreme Court refused to hear it, saying the Muslim boy's counsel was mixing law and politics. Pulling up the advocate, the court said his arguments were "inexcusable" and that he had "bulldozed" his own case.

  • Can Father Control 24-Year-Old: Supreme Court On 'Kerala Love Jihad' Case

    Can Father Control 24-Year-Old: Supreme Court On 'Kerala Love Jihad' Case

    The Supreme Court has questioned a verdict that led to the annulment or cancellation of a young Kerala woman's marriage to a Muslim.The top court said that a 24-year-old woman "cannot be controlled by her father" as it heard details of what has come to be known as "Kerala's love jihad case."

  • In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Inquiry, What Women Who Converted Have Testified

    In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Inquiry, What Women Who Converted Have Testified

    The December marriage of a young homeopath in Kerala to a Muslim man returned from the Gulf anchors a wide examination by the country's top counter-terror agency into whether the southern state is being used by terror groups who deploy "love jihad" to recruit young woman. Just days after the Supreme Court allowed the National Investigating Agency o...

  • 'Save Me,' Woman In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case Shouted From Window, Say Activists

    'Save Me,' Woman In Kerala 'Love Jihad' Case Shouted From Window, Say Activists

    When a group of women activists went to meet Hadiya at her home in Kerala's Kottayam, her parents did not allow them to meet her, they have said in a Facebook post. As they were leaving, they allege, they heard the 25-year-old cry out for help from a window.

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