India

Three articles from the July 2004 issue of Communalism Combat.
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board proclaims that triple talaq is a social evil, but it is equally assertive that this social evil should not be removed by legislative reform.
A group of Muslims in Tamil Nadu is set to build the world's first women's-only mosque.
The contentious issue of talaq dominated the meeting of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on July 4 as demand for equal rights for Muslim women to divorce their husbands gathers momentum.
Spiritual airwaves flood the Indian sky.
The Muslim Personal Law Board (MPLB) has taken the bold decision to review practice of triple talaq in its next meeting in July, in Kanpur.
Marrying across the religious divide is still taboo in 21st-Century India.
Crushing defeat of NDA led by the BJP in the recent general elections is certainly victory of secular forces.
Justice is not being done in Gujarat and the state government is proactively responsible for this terrible breakdown.
Founded in 1984 as a modest resource and documentation centre, Jagori, a Delhi-based women's group, has grown from strength to strength in the last two decades.
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