I agree with most of the points & will love to follow them, but towards the end it lost my interest mainly because of the last two points & I think you suggested these rules without reading them so I will not argue much
Don't ask him questions about his actions or question his judgment or integrity. Remember, he is the master of the house and as such will always exercise his will with fairness and truthfulness. You have no right to question him.
Agree that we should not Question about their judgement, But we don't have any right to question our husband is very wrong
A good wife always knows her place.
What does this mean
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may not be pretty or may not come easy..."
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Sorry I can't make the wedding but I do wish you the very best.
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As far as I understood/browsed the amendment servers as :
The Bill would provide safeguards to parties to marriage who file petition for grant of divorce by consent from the harassment in court if any of the party does not come to the court or wilfully avoids the court to keep the divorce proceedings inconslusive.
I just don't know if there is any loophole, to give the female applicants any undue advantage.
As per the tone of the amendment it is gender neutral.
I just don't know if there is any loophole, to give the female applicants any
undue advantage. As per the tone of the amendment it is gender neutral.
There is a sub-clause where a woman can challenge a divorce filed on the basis of break-down of marriage, whereas the man cannot. That's the one area that's not gender-neutral, but that's understandable given the plight of Indian women going through a divorce.
Christian and Muslim marriages will not be affected
A non-uniformity in this case is absurd. How could be there caste related/oriented scenarios leading to divorce.
In this country, in the name of religion/caste you can play hazaar gimmicks. Where the hell is "Uniform Civil law" - Ha! no one dares it, as some elections are there almost every quarter and no one wants to displease any sections.