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Sharia courts & fatwa

There is no law that prohibits the establishment of sharia courts. The Supreme Court decision has now given a new lease of life to such courts in respect of parties who volunteer to use this forum. There is an elaborate system of appeal and ... The Statesman, 1 week ago
Misunderstanding a good judgment The Hindu, 1 week ago
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Sunday ET | Shariat court, a necessity or evil?

has done it once before. The Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Communication & Technology in Gujarat is a private university set up when Reliance Communications was managed by him (at that time it was Reliance Infocomm). Today brother Anil Ambani presides over ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago #dnaEdit: Nothing personal  DNA3 weeks ago SC says Shariat courts illegal  Business Standard3 weeks ago Shariat courts illegal, not unconstitutional: Indian SC  Daily Times3 weeks ago
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Sharia courts not legal, can't enforce fatwas, says SC

Shariat courts have no legal authority and their decisions are not legally binding, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, saying fatwas must not violate rights of individuals guaranteed by law. The court, however, refused to declare Dar-ul-Qazas ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago #ShariaLaw: Twitter users rejoice because of #SupremeCourt judgement, persuade government for Uniform Civil Code  DNA3 weeks ago No Legal Binding to Accept Shariat Court Fatwas: Supreme Court  NDTV3 weeks ago SC to give verdict today on PIL for ban on Shariat courts  Indian Express3 weeks ago
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DNA

Sharia court in Pune solves Muslim women issues with great care

Pune: The Supreme Court's remarks on Sharia courts not being a legal body and their orders having no legal relevance besides the apex court's disapproval of such courts issuing fatwas against persons who are not before it has not gone down well with city ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Of fatwas and Shariat  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago Supreme Court to decide the legality of Shariat courts  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago

Did Shariat courts thrive on India's time-consuming, overburdened legal system?

A couple of years ago, I read an interesting column on why many Indians (mainly from the poorer section) still visit faith healers (shamans) instead of going to state-run hospitals when ill. The author argued that they do so because unlike many ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Why people go to shariat courts khap panchayats  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Why people go to shariat courts, khap panchayats  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Fatwas not binding on anyone: SC

Following are the highlights of the Supreme Court's verdict on Shariat courts: *No fatwa can be issued by Dar-ul-Qazas touching upon the rights, status and obligation, of a person unless such an individual has asked for it. *The decision or the ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago The skewed debate over the SC order on fatwas points to deep-seated bias and ignorance  DNA India3 weeks ago

With Supreme Court's verdict on fatwa, time has come to separate polity from the religion

In a welcome development, SC delivered a verdict that Shariat Courts and Fatwas have no legal sanction. In fact All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIPMLB) too earlier submitted in an affidavit to SC, that Fatwa is in fact opinion as per faith and ...
 Meri News3 weeks ago With Supreme Courts verdict on fatwa time has come to separate polity from the religion  Big News Network3 weeks ago

Supreme Court order 'not an interference with Muslim personal law'

Muslim groups on Monday said there was nothing new or objectionable in the Supreme Courts order on Shariat Court. Dr. Zafarul Islam Khan, president, All India Muslim Majlise Mushawarat, an umbrella body of over a dozen Muslim groups belonging to different ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago 'SC ruling must lead to a Muslim personal law code'  Times of India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Fatwas have no legal standing: Supreme Court

The SC ruled that fatwas issued by shariat courts or muftis had no legal sanctity, asserting that the defiance of fatwas will have no civil or criminal consequences.
 Times of India3 weeks ago Fatwas have no legal standing in India: Supreme Court  Ya Libnan3 weeks ago Arcot Nawab Hails SC Ruling on Fatwas  New Indian Express2 weeks ago India high court forbids enforcement of fatwas  ACQ Magazine2 weeks ago
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Fatwa on petty things responsible behind SC ruling that says Shariat courts have no legal status: Muslim clerics

Supreme Court in a crucial ruling today said that Shariat Courts have no legal sanction and followers of Islam cannot be forced to accept a fatwa issued by it. The apex court's bench headed by justice CK Prasad said that no religion, including ...
 Meri News3 weeks ago
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