delhi high court
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Azoospermia means there is an absence of live spermatozoa in the semen. There could be various causes for such a condition, including obstruction of the tubules or ducts, i.e., the reproductive tract, or even due to infection, retrograde ejaculation or aspermatogenesis. Thus, azoospermia is categorized under two heads: obstructive and nonobstructive.

madras high court
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Madras High Court said that the wife was always ready and willing to live with the husband along with two children. It is the husband, who is running away from the matrimonial home without discharging his duty and responsibility as a husband.

madras high court
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“Under the Islamic Law, the husband is entitled for Polygamous marriage, however, he has to treat all the wives equally”

delhi high court
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In the present case, though the wife had made allegation of extra-marital affair against her husband in her written statement, nonetheless, when the husband entered-into the witness box and tendered his affidavit in evidence, he did not whisper even a word in this regard.

karnataka high court
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In this case, the husband had petitioned for dissolution of his marriage on grounds of cruelty, but the Family Court dismissed his petition. However, the High Court upon close scrutiny of evidence on record, set aside the Family Court’s decision.

delhi high court
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In the peculiar facts of the present case, taking recourse to law, cannot be, by any stretch of imagination, labeled as an instance of cruelty.

karnataka high court
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The High Court was bewildered that such a flawed rationale was applied to deny relief to an estranged couple.

justice sanjiv khanna
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Going by the seniority rule of the Supreme Court Judges, Justice Sanjiv Khanna is in line to become the next Chief Justice of India in November 2024.

cruelty as a ground for divorce
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Supreme Court observed that in cases where the marital relationship has broken down irretrievably, where there is a long separation and absence of cohabitation, then continuation of such a ‘marriage' would only mean giving sanction to cruelty which each is inflicting on the other.

Bombay High Court
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    Bombay High Court: In an appeal filed by husband challenging the judgment and decree of restitution of conjugal rights and

Bombay High Court
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    Bombay High Court: In a petition filed by Umakant Bondre/ applicant 1 (former father-in-law of respondent 1) challenging the order

Madras High Court
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    Madras High Court: In a case of marital discord and petitioner-wife, a practicing advocate was seeking removal of respondent-husband from

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Chhattisgarh High Court: Sanjay S. Agrawal, J., reversed the judgment of the trial court and granted divorce in an application filed by

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Delhi High Court: In a matter of dissolution of marriage, the Division Bench of Vipin Sanghi, ACJ and Jasmeet Singh, J., expressed

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Madhya Pradesh High Court: The Division Bench of Vivek Rusia and Amar Nath (Kesharwani), JJ. dismissed the first appeal filed by the

Bombay High Court
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Bombay High Court: In a matter of matrimonial discord, Mangesh S. Patil, J., expressed that, when admittedly, for whatever reason, there was

Bombay High Court
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Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of V.K. Jadhav and Sandipkumar C. More, JJ., addressed whether Family Court under Muslim Personal Law

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Tripura High Court: The Division Bench of S. Talapatra and S.G. Chattopadhyay, JJ. dismissed an appeal which was filed under Section 28

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Supreme Court: The Division Bench of L. Nageswara Rao and B.R. Gavai, JJ., dissolved a marriage while exercising its jurisdiction under Article

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Punjab and Haryana High Court: The Bench of Arun Monga, J., allowed waiver statutory period of 6 months for dissolution of marriage