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How to deal with life and stay one step ahead, Quotes of Chanakya that w...

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ENERGETIC MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO By Anupam Kumar Mishra | Best Motivational ...

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MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO, BY, ANUPAM KUMAR MISHRA, EP-17,

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Motivational Video, by, ANUPAM KUMAR MISHRA, EP-16,

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Motivational Video, by ANUPAM KUMAR MISHRA, EP-15,

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Motivational Video, by ANUPAM KUMAR MISHRA, EP-14,

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Documents required for divorce in India, Talaq ke liye jaruri documents,

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Can Voice Recording be Used As Evidence In Courts, क्या कोर्ट में ऑडियो ...

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तलाक लेने का प्रोसेस क्या है, Divorce Process in India, Patni ko divorce...

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Section 498a New Update September 2018 in Hindi, Domestic violence, Ghar...

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What is the Procedure to Get Bail in India, Bail ka process, Bail Ke liy...

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How to Update Address in Aadhar Card Online 2020, Update Father Name in ...

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One Person Company की पूरी जानकारी, Everything about OPC, OPC Registrati...

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Easiest way of getting divorce in India, Mutual Consent Divorce in India...

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गजट के माध्यम से नाम कैसे बदले, Name Change Procedure in India, Name Cha...

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10 Legal Rights During Police Arrest in Hindi - पुलिस गिरफ़्तारी से जुड़...

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Marriage Registration- Procedure and Documents in India | विवाह पंजीकरण ...

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कोर्ट मैरीज कैसे करें "Court Marriage Procedure In Hindi"

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Divorce by Mutual Consent - Step by Step Procedure, आपसी सहमति से डाइवोर...

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Legal Procedure for Cheque Bounce - चेक बाउंस होने पर कानूनी करवाई करने ...

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Nightlife in Bangkok and Combodia,

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Do Media Trials Serve Any Purpose?

 INTRODUCTION Media is a form of communication, which includes publishing, broadcasting and the internet. The other ways through which the communication can be transmitted to the society are radio, television, newspaper, etc. But in this contemporary world media has developed over time and made the dissemination of information easy. Media imparts a very vital role in Indian democracy and hence it is called the ‘fourth pillar’ of the democracy. It generates awareness regarding the other three pillars namely Executive, Legislature and Judiciary. It even keeps the people informed about all the social, political and economic activities prevailing in our country. It is expected from the media to provide impartial and unbiased news as it plays a vital role in shaping the opinions of the society and is competent in changing the whole viewpoint through which people perceive various events. Therefore, it is the primary duty of media to simply put out every minute detail rather than reaching any

How to get Court Marriage done in India? A Step by Step Guide

 Marriages in India were at first governed, only by various religious laws, based on what religion the couple practiced. But in 1954 Indian parliament enacted the Special Marriage Act which enables persons of different religious persuasions to enter into a valid marriage. The act applies not only to inter-religion but inter-caste marriages as well, help of this Act can also be taken by Indian nationals in foreign countries. Once a couple is married under this Act, or their previously solemnised marriage is registered under this Act, the marriage is governed not by the couple’s personal religious laws but by the laws mentioned in the Special Marriage Act 1954 itself. The procedure of court marriages in India is governed by this very, previously mentioned, Special Marriage Act of 1954. Specified below is the procedure that needs to be followed for court marriages in India. Step 1: The first step for a court marriage is to check if you are eligible for the same. One will be considered a c

Court Marriage in India, By Adv Anupam Kumar Mishra,

 Introduction In India, a marriage between two individuals or persons belonging to different religions, nationality, caste or creed, are governed by the Special Marriage Act, 1954. Court Marriages enables the parties to make an application to the Marriage registrar for the solemnization, registration and grant of marriage certificate, thereby doing away with the customs and rituals of a traditional marriage. Valid conditions for Court Marriage  Some of the essentials to constitute a valid court marriage under the act: Both parties should not have a subsisting marriage at the time of Court Marriage.The bridegroom should have completed twenty-one (21) years of age and bride should have completed eighteen (18) years of age.The parties to the marriage must be mentally fit, not suffering from any persistent bouts of insanity.The consent to the marriage should free and valid and not obtained under any coercion or undue influence.The parties should not come within the degree of prohibited rel