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Triple Talaq: Examining Faith

ISBN : 9780199487400

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¥3,652
Author: 
Salman Khrushid
Pages
328 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
137 x 205 mm
Pub date
Feb 2018
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This book is an effort to explain one of the most debated and controversial topics of Islamic law: 'triple talaq'. It is the story of the recently pronounced triple talaq judgement of the Supreme Court of India. The book examines the proceedings that took place before the Constitution bench in this landmark case. It not only presents the Indian perspecitve on the issue of triple talaq but also discusses the position in various other countries.

Index: 

Introduction 1. HE SAID, SHE SAID, THEY SAID: ARGUMENTS BEFORE THE COURT 2. TRIPLE TALAQ: BAD IN THEOLOGY, GOOD IN LAW 3. INDIAN COURTS AND MUSLIM PERSONAL LAW 4. REFORMS IN ISLAMIC STATES 5. SUBMISSIONS BEFORE THE COURT 6. THE JUDGEMENT Epilogue Annexures

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