The process of getting a divorce in India may not be as easy as it is in the western countries. It may take years to terminate a marriage contract. This makes it important for the petitioner to go through the proceedings carefully, which include the application procedures and documents to be submitted.
India the great, do you know your weight? With the country's population increasing every minute, it is definitely imporant to be on track, isn't it? To keep track of the changes in the population, demographics, and living conditions is a difficult proposition. Considering this, the government of India has taken forward the initiative called Census of India 2011. It started on April 1, 2010 and aims at taking a head count of citizens of India to prepare a National Population Register (NPR). The first person to have provided date for the NPR was President Pratibha Patil.
A prenuptial agreement, commonly abbreviated as prenup is a contract drawn prior to a marriage or civil union. The content of a prenup agreement varies widely, but typically establishes the provisions for spousal support and distribution of property in the event of breakup of marriage or divorce. Additionally, a prenup may contain conditions for guardianship and clauses for forfeiture of assets when the separation or divorce is a result of adultery.
The Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936 governs all Parsi matrimonial relations in India, except those in the territories of Jammu and Kashmir. This Act encompasses dissolution of a marriage between two Parsis or followers of Zoroastrianism. The scope of certain provisions of the Act has been enlarged to align them with some terms of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.