Daughters Doesn't Lose Right On Property Even If Given Dowry, Court
A Goa bench of Bombay Court reviewed a peition and gave a historic judgement, saying a daughter has rights on their ancestral property. The court said, even if a daughter is given dowry, she doesn't lose rights on the family property.The court declared that the Plaintiff has an undivided right in the same and permanent injunction restraining the Defendants from transferring or conveying the said property, in the peitition.
Tags: Dowry, Daughters, Bombay Court, Goa Bench, Petition
Courtesy: Live Law
Indians Get Ready For 9 Days Navratri Celebration
Chaitra Navratri is set to begin from March 22, instigating the festivities vibe amongst Indian, across the nation. The event will continue over the next 9 days, concluding with Ram Navami, the day Lord Rama was born. Chaitra Navratri begins on the first day of the Hindu calendar. The grand nine-day festival is celebrated with and devotees of Maa Durga fast for nine days, seeking her blessing.
Tags: festival, Navratri, Goddess Durga, Celebration, Fast
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Kannada Actor Chetan Kumar Arrested For Objectionable Comments
South Indian actor Chetan Kumar got into trouble for his tweet, claimed to be objectionable against the Hindutva in India. The actor was arrested on March 21, confirmed the Sheshadripuram police, which registered a case against Chetan. Notably, the tweet of Chetan, saying Hindutva is built on lies, hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus, following which a case was filed by a pro-Hindu organisation.
Tags: arrested, Hindutva, Chetan Kumar, Bengaluru Police, controversial tweet, Kannada Actor
Tricolour Pulling Down Incident In London Raises Concerns, Leading Protest
The incident of pulling down of the tricolour national flag at the national high commission created indifference between the British and the Indian governments. Despite a clear warning and inputs from the Indian government regarding the Khalistani's planned act, the British Government failed to provide security to Indians, residing in London, raising concerns. The tricolour incident which created rage amongst Indians may cause repercussions… read-more
Tags: National Flag, security issues, Khalistanis, uk government, Narendra Modi
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Kiren Rijiju Shares View On 'Same-Sex Marriage Issue
Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju gave his statement on the recent same-sex marriage controversial issue. On March 18, addressing the media, Kiren Rijiju said, " same-sex marriage is a matter that should be left to the wisdom of the people of the country." He said, "The Supreme Court has its own authority. We are not supposed to encroach on its territory," Notably, the SC is reviewing the matter.
Tags: Kiren Rijiju, same-sex marriage, Comments, Indian government, Supreme Court
Courtesy: India Today
RSS Chief Says Shouldn't Fight Over Different Worship Means
At an event in Delhi, the RSS President Mohan Bhagwat emphasised on the Vedas acknowledgement of worship and God. During the release of Hindi and Urdu version of Samveda, Bhagwat said, "One should not fight over different means and this is the message relevant for all and is something that India has to offer to others." Notably, Samveda is one of the four Vedas, regarded as foundation base of Hinduism.
Tags: Vedas, RSS, Mohan Bhagwat, indian culture, diversity
Courtesy: Press Trust of India
15th Century Temple Remains Discovered In Odisha
In Odisha, the researchers of the Indian National Trust for Art & Cultural Heritage (INTACH) discovered the archaeological remains of a 13th-15th century temple near a railway station. The remains were found in the state’s Jajpur district, and is said to have been constructed when the Eastern Ganga Dynasty ruled the region, INTACH Odisha unit project co-ordinator Anil Dhir confirmed the development and is studying the remains.
Tags: Odisha Temple, Archeological Remains, INTACH, 15th Century, Old Remains
Courtesy: Hindustan times
BJP MP Makes Controversial Remark On 'Azaan' & Allah
Karnataka BJP MP KS Eshwarappa caught into controversy after his "azaan remarks." In a debate, Eshwarappa said, "Allah is deaf". He further continued his remark, saying, "Wherever I go, this (Azaan) gives me a headache." Questioning that "Is Allah deaf" that he needs loudspeaker to listen to prayers. Notably, azaan in loudspeakers has been a matter of debate for people. While a section of people is okay, other half criticised.
Tags: azaan, Allah, MUSLIM communitY, MP KS Eshwarappa, BJP
PM Modi Says Today's Vishwakarma Can Turn Entrepreneurs
PM Narendra Modi appreciates artisans and craft workers, who work with hands using tools. At an event, PM Modi called these artisans 'Vishwakarma' and said, "Today's Vishwakarma could be tomorrow's entrepreneurs". The statement was made during a post-budget webinar, attended by PM Narendra Modi. During the same, Modi highlighted the recently launched new scheme for artisans and craftsmen, the PM Vishwakarma Kaushal Samman (PM VIKAS.)
Tags: Scheme, Artisans, PM Narendra Modi, budget 2023, Union government
Courtesy: Zee News India
US Secretary Celebrates Holi At Rajnath's House, Expresses Happiness
US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, who is in India on an official visit, arrived at Defence Minister Rajnath Singh's residence on Wednesday and participated in the Holi celebration, on March 8. Expressing happiness to be a part of Holi celebration, Raimondo said, "Raimondo expressed happiness for joining people in the Holi celebration and said, "It's an honour for me to be here on such a holiday."
Tags: Festivals, Holi celebration, indian culture, US Official, Rajnath Singh
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal