Cricketer Shikhar Dhawan on October 5, granted divorce by a local court in Delhi from estranged wife Aesha Mukherji on account of his being subjected to mental cruelty. The judge accepted all the allegations made by Dhawan in the divorce petition against his wife. Mukerji subjected Dhawan to mental affliction by forcing him to live separately from their son for years. However, the permanent custody of son is with Aesha.
According to data from the Global Index, which analyses worldwide statistics, India has recorded an impressively low divorce rate of just 1 percent. Following closely behind India, Vietnam claims the second-lowest divorce rate at 7 percent. The world’s highest divorce rate i.e., 94 percent is observed in Portugal In terms of continents, Europe registers the highest divorce rates. After Portugal, Spain reports a divorce rate of 85 percent.… read-more
Kusha Kapila, content creator, took to her Instagram handle and penned a long note, slamming the trolls in her own way while also thanking her well wishers. "This topic is officially over for me, moving forward. I haven't given a statement to anyone nor will I ever give one. I do not have a PR team so no story is a plant. Ho gaya ab," she wrote.
Taking to Instagram, Tollywood actress Niharika wrote, “Chaitanya and I have decided to mutually part ways and ask for kindness and sensitivity as we move on." On July 5, she shared the post and said, “Thank you to my family and friends who have been pillars of support." Calling her life post-divorce ‘new normal,’ Niharika said, “I request some privacy for us to navigate this new normal in private."
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Influencer and content creator Kusha Kapila has announced the separation from her husband Zorawar Ahluwalia. On June 26, she took to her Instagram and said, "Zorawar and I have mutually decided to part ways. This hasn't been an easy decision by any means but we know it's the right one at this point in our lives." She concluded with, "We gave it our all, until we couldn't anymore."
Nawazuddin Siddiqui's wife, film producer Aaliya Siddiqui, aka Zainab aka Anjana Kishor Pandey said she is likely to file a divorce amid disputes with her husband. Siddiqui and his wife got issues amid a property dispute and had a rough time. In an interview, Aaliya said she might head for divorce, especially when her husband disowned, their second child amid differences. She shared a heated argument video online.
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie alleged assault and abuse by Brad Pitt. In her complaint filed, Jolie said, that on a 2016 flight, Pitt grabbed her by the head and shook her then choked one of their children and struck another when they tried to defend her. The descriptions of abuse were in cross-complaint in the couple's dispute over a French home and winery they co-owned, separated from divorce properties.
MacKenzie, the former wife of Amazon owner Jeff Bezos', has filed for divorce from her second husband, Dan Jewett. The divorce came two years after MacKenzie and Jewett, who is a science teacher got married, in 2021. Scott, a billionaire philanthropist, filed for divorce in Washington State's King County Superior Court, reported "The New York Times". The news about their marital problems came out in pubic recently.
India cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal rubbished divorce rumours after his wife Dhanashree changed her surname on social media. On August 18, Chahal took to social media and requested his fans not to believe such rumours, confirming that everything is fine between them. "Kindly put an end to it. Love and light to everyone," said Chahal in his Instagram story.
A family court in Pune ordered a 78-year-old woman to pay alimony of Rs 25,000 every month to her 83-year-old ex-husband. Reportedly, after 55 years of marriage, the couple filed for divorce in 2019. According to Section 24 of the Hindu Marriage Act, the husband, having no income, can also claim for alimony. Upon pronouncing the order, Tye court stated that the law "shouldn't be gender specific".