Child Marriage

Indian state strikes down controversial colonial-era law that allowed Muslim child marriage

Assam Repeals Colonial-Era Law Allowing Child Marriage Among Muslims In a significant move, the Indian state of Assam has repealed a controversial colonial-era law that permitted child marriage among Muslims. The Muslim Marriage and Divorce Registration Act of 1935, which allowed marriage registration even if the bride and groom had not reached the legal ages…

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agrarian reforms

Young Indian protesters determined to secure agrarian reforms from Modi govt

Agrarian Reforms in India: The Youth-Led Movement for Farmer Rights In recent months, India has witnessed a groundswell of protests led by farmers, particularly from Punjab, demanding higher prices for their crops from the national government. This movement has gained momentum with the active participation of young students like Simranjeet Singh Mathada, an eighteen-year-old college…

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polygamy

Indian state’s polygamy ban divides some Muslim women

Understanding the Implications of Uttarakhand’s Polygamy Ban on Muslim Women In recent years, the discourse surrounding polygamy within the Muslim community in India has gained significant traction, particularly in the wake of legislative changes aimed at addressing inequalities in marriage and divorce laws. The enactment of a law banning polygamy in the Indian state of…

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hacker

Professional internet hacker shares his five tips to keeping your online data safe

5 Essential Tips from a Professional Internet Hacker to Safeguard Your Online Data Keeping Your Software Updated In today’s digital landscape, overlooking software updates is akin to leaving the front door unlocked. Kieran Burge, a seasoned security consultant at Prism Infosec, emphasizes the criticality of timely software updates. Outdated software serves as an open invitation…

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