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No band and no baaja: When Indian weddings were legally required to be austere
The Indian government wants to curb big fat weddings – but it has already been there, done that.
· Feb 27, 2017 · 01:30 pm
The proposed change in Indian marriage laws is loaded against men
The law provides for dissolution of marriages that have irretrievably broken down, but requires that just and equitable compensation to be paid only by the husband.
Sanjay Hegde, business-standard.com
· Dec 01, 2014 · 02:30 am