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A critical analysis of fatwas issued on Muslim women in India

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        Paginationxvi, 113 p. :
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Sex ratio is used to describe the number of females per 1000 of males. Despite social progress and the promotion of equality, a class of elites remain entrenched in most societies.

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As we try to increase our wealth and status by having sons at the expense of daughters and by taking dowry and hosting lavish weddings. Held that Blood-grouping test is a useful test to determine the question of disputed paternity. Presently, he is pursuing his PhD in Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

The Calcutta, Bombay, and Madras now Kolkata, Mumbai, and Chennai institutions did not permit the admission of girls till 1875. Jauhar refers to the practice of voluntary immolation by wives and daughters of defeated warriors, in order to avoid capture and consequent molestation by the enemy.

The fatwa is seen as a bridge to close the gap between jurisprudence heritage and the present world. It was the need of the hour for the Muslim women and for the laws of our country to adhere to the principles of Secularism, Equality, and Democracy.

Please leave all source links intact and adhere to applicable copyright and intellectual property guidelines and laws. Courts can rely it upon as a circumstantial evidence, which ultimately excludes a certain individual as a father of the child.

Thus, the growth of feudal society strengthened the concept of private property. The condition of the Hindu widows became more miserable during the medieval period.

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It also means that conventional historical solutions, whether from the history of Islam or the history of the West, have little meaning. From the latter half of 16 th century and 1 st half of 17 th century inter-caste marriage started. The daughter has the same rights in the coparcenary property as she would have had if she had been a son;• The High Court upheld the order impugned before it, whereby the company was restrained from evicting the wife and her minor children.

Annals of Saudi Medicine, 31 3284—288. She was considered the creator, protector, and educator of her children. However, this came to many as an utter surprise. However, a married daughter has a right of residence if she is deserted, divorced or widowed.

B ut we are also critical in a more theoretical sense: we recognize that knowledge and interpretation have a politics, culture and society have forms of authority and injustice, and dominant narratives such as modernity, postmodernism, secularism have hegemonic tendencies. The women held an honoured position in the household.