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'Living separately for 15 years, marriage dead,' Omar Abdullah seeks divorce from wife in SC
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'Living separately for 15 years, marriage dead,' Omar Abdullah seeks divorce from wife in SC

Omar Abdullah seeks SC intervention to dissolve his 30-year marriage with Payal Abdullah, citing 15 years of separation and a "dead" marriage.

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Non-Family Members cant be implicated in Section 498A case in IPC: Karnataka HC [Read Order ] Judiciary
Non-Family Members cant be implicated in Section 498A case in IPC: Karnataka HC [Read Order ]

A person who is not a family member can't be implicated under S. 498A IPC, the Karnataka HC said.

Comments on wife's cooking not cruelty u/s Section 498A IPC: Bombay HC [Read Judgment] Judiciary
Comments on wife's cooking not cruelty u/s Section 498A IPC: Bombay HC [Read Judgment]

The High Court said that comments regarding wife's cooking by in-laws will not come under S. 498 A [cruelty] of IPC.

Subjecting wife to sexual perversions against her will, consent amounts to mental and physical cruelty: Kerala HC Judiciary
Subjecting wife to sexual perversions against her will, consent amounts to mental and physical cruelty: Kerala HC

Subjecting a wife to sexual perversions against her will and consent amounts to mental as well as physical cruelty, the Kerala High Court held recently.

Failure to prove allegation that mother-in-law is mentally ill will not amount to mental cruelty: Calcutta High Court [Read Judgment] Judiciary
Failure to prove allegation that mother-in-law is mentally ill will not amount to mental cruelty: Calcutta High Court [Read Judgment]

The Calcutta High Court recently reiterated that an allegation of mental illness of a spouses mother per se would not constitute an act of mental cruelty.

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