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Fitness can be fun….and fun learning is forever learning Ann Simpson By: Press Trust of India | Dehradun | Updated: December 13 2014 9:32 pm Related News Survey of India on Saturday filed a complaint with the police against Google maps for alleged wrong depiction of India’s international boundaries Dalanwala Police station in charge Anil Kumar Joshi said that the Survey of India in its complaint said that Google maps is depicting India’s international boundaries in a “wrong” manner that is not justified Joshi said the Survey of India has sought police action in the matter After verification of the points raised by the Survey of India in the complaint police will file an FIR Joshi said Survey of India is country’s national survey and mapping organisation under the department of Science and Technology For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: April 11 2017 7:00 pm “There are unreasonable classifications which arise from practices such as those under challenge in the present petition which deny to Muslim women the full enjoyment of fundamental rights guaranteed under the Constitution” it said (Representational image) Top News The Centre has told the Supreme Court that the practices of ‘triple talaq’ ‘nikah halala’ and polygamy impact the social status and dignity of Muslim women and deny them fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution In a fresh written submission filed before the apex court the government has reiterated its earlier stand and said these practices render Muslim women “unequal and vulnerable” as compared to men of their community as well as women belonging to other communities “The practices which are under challenge namely triple talaq nikah halala and polygamy are practices which impact the social status and dignity of Muslim women and render them unequal and vulnerable qua men belonging to their own community women belonging to other communities and also Muslim women outside India” the Centre said “There are unreasonable classifications which arise from practices such as those under challenge in the present petition which deny to Muslim women the full enjoyment of fundamental rights guaranteed under the Constitution” it said The apex court had on March 30 observed that practices of ‘triple talaq’ ‘nikah halala’ and polygamy among Muslims were important issues involving “sentiments” and a Constitution bench would hear the pleas challenging these from May 11 The Centre in its written submission has termed these practices as “patriarchal values and traditional notions about the role of women in society” and said that “the right of a woman to human dignity social esteem and self-worth are vital facets of her Right to Life under Article 21” “Gender inequity has ripple effect on the rest of the community preventing it from partaking in full liberties guaranteed by a modern Constitution” it said Seeking to declare these practices as unconstitutional the government has said reforms in Muslim personal law havenot taken place for over six decades in the past and Muslim women who comprises eight per cent of the population have remained “extremely vulnerable” due to fear of instant divorce “Even though it may be true to say that only some women are directly and actually affected by triple talaq and polygamy the fact remains that every woman who is subject to the said law lives under threat fear or prospect of these practices being invoked against her which in turn impacts her status her choices her conduct and her right to life with dignity” the Centre has said It has also raised a fundamental issue and said in a secular democracy whether religion can be a reason to deny equal status and dignity which is available to women under the Constitution “The conferment of a social status based on patriarchal values or one that is at the mercy of menfolk is incompatible with the letter and spirit of Articles 14 and 15” it said “Practices such as polygamy cannot be described as being sanctioned by religion in as much as historically polygamy prevailed across communities for several centuries including the ancient Greeks and Romans Hindus Jews and Zoroastrians It had less to do with religion and more to do with social norms at the time” the submission said Influential Muslim organisations like the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) have opposed the court’s adjudication of these matters maintaining these practices stemmed from the Holy Quran and were not justiciable Several Muslim women have challenged the practice of ‘triple talaq’ in which the husband quite often pronounces talaq thrice in one go sometimes over phone or text message ‘Nikah halala’ is a practice intended to curb incidence of divorce under which a man cannot remarry his former wife without her having to go through the process of marrying someone else consummating it getting divorced observing the separation period called ‘Iddat’ and then coming back to him again The apex court had earlier said it would decide issues pertaining to the legal aspects of the practices of ‘triple talaq’ ‘nikah halala’ and polygamy among Muslims but would not deal with the question whether divorce under Muslim law needs to be supervised by courts as it falls under the legislative domain The Centre had on October 7 last year opposed in the apex court the practice of ‘triple talaq’ ‘nikah halala’ and polygamy among Muslims and favoured a relook on grounds like gender equality and secularism The AIMPLB had told the court that pleas challenging suchpractices among Muslims were not maintainable as the issues fell outside the realm of judiciary The apex court had taken suo motu cognizance of the question whether Muslim women faced gender discrimination in the event of divorce or due to other marriages of their husband For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 10 2013 7:45 pm Related News The government on Thursday admitted that “some lapses” were there in dealing with the September 26 Jammu ‘fidayeen’ attack and said an inquiry is on to fix the responsibilities of various security agencies and also suggest corrective steps It is also working on strategies to prevent such an audacious attack in which militants crossed the border in Jammu region killing 12 peoplethe government said while acknowledging that there was information on possible infiltration along the belt “Some lapses were there…an inquiry is on We had information about possible infiltration attempts in the entire belt (Indo-Pak border along Jammu sector) We are making corrections based on our experience…” Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said here addressing his monthly press conference Shinde said his Ministry has sought a report from the Jammu and Kashmir government on the possible lapses with regard to the incident He also said Border Security Force (BSF) and the Army are also inquiring into the incident in which three terrorists carried out the audacious attack in Jammu regionkilling ten peopleincluding an Army officer on September 26 Dressed in Army fatiguesthe terrorists stormed a police station and then an Army camp in the area Meanwhilethe Home Ministry also rejected suggestions that its ambitious project ‘Udaan’- a unique joint initiative between the government and corporates aiming at providing skills and enhancing job opportunities for youth of Jammu and Kashmir was a “non-starter” Home Secretary Anil Goswami said there have been some concerns of the corporates who are involved in this scheme and those issues are being addressed “We have told the recruiters that if you inform us about your recruitment dates in 30-35 days in advance we can help you by arranging the logistics… We will do things in advance” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News