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AIMPLB made the contention in reply to a PIL demanding equal access for women in mosques and equal rights to pray, as guaranteed by the Constitution.
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At a conference, several Muslim women narrated their struggle with the legal system after they sought to file complaints against their husbands over triple talaq.
BJP plans outreach to Muslim women to make them aware of rights under triple talaq law. BJP's minority unit to also help out.
Supreme Court’s emphasis on the ‘standing’ of petitioner Hindu Mahasabha is reminiscent of Justice Indu Malhotra’s dissent in Sabarimala judgment.
Islam doesn't restrict women's entry into any mosque in the world. The only limitation is that women have to stand in a separate row, some distance behind men.
SC issues notices to minority affairs ministry, Muslim law board and NCW on a petition filed by a Muslim couple challenging ban on entry of women in mosques.
These women demanded the political parties restore constitutional rights of women and minorities.
Across the Jaipur, Sikar and Jhunjhunu belt, the general refrain among Muslim women is that the government shouldn't tinker with Sharia laws.
As the Centre prepares to file its response on the matter in court, the community finds itself wading through several interpretations.