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MP High Court asserted that while physical cruelty ceased after leaving the matrimonial house, the psychological impact of separation and the trauma induced by dowry demands persisted.

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MP High Court opined that continuous threat of false implication can demean and destroy an individual’s self-esteem and career, significantly contributing to psychological distress and potentially leading to suicide.

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MP High Court held that the Court could not allow its authority to be used to terminate an unborn child when there is an intent to later deny the occurrence of the alleged offense.

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Madhya Pradesh High Court stated that “throwing a 13-month-old child on the floor by itself would amount to an attempt to murder and throwing a paperweight towards his head would further aggravate the situation.”

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Whether the use of the word “bible” in the title of Kareena Kapoor Khan’s book constitutes an act that offends religious sentiments, specifically those of Christians?

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Madhya Pradesh High Court held that under Section 375 of IPC any sexual intercourse or sexual act by the husband with his wife not below the age of fifteen years is not a rape, therefore, absence of consent of wife for unnatural act loses its importance.

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Madhya Pradesh High Court rejected the petitioner’s argument for voiding the contract under Section 56 of the Contract Act, 1872, and found the failure to lift scrap was attributable to the petitioner.

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Madhya Pradesh High Court held that no party can be allowed to assassinate the character of a person without any basis as it undermines the integrity of the legal process and individuals involved.

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Madhya Pradesh High Court deliberated on whether morality could supersede legal provisions and questioned if leading a modern lifestyle could be deemed immoral.

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Regarding the timing of the FIR in relation to the divorce petition, the Madhya Pradesh High Court held that the pendency of a civil proceeding does not bar criminal proceedings.

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Madhya Pradesh High Court noted that Supreme Court has emphasised on the broad interpretation of the term “wife” under Section 125 of CrPC and the presumption of marriage in cases of long cohabitation.

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Madhya Pradesh High Court noted that wife compelling the husband to do household chores, not preparing food on time, going to the market for shopping purposes, etc., are trivial dispute within domestic life.

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Madhya Pradesh High Court emphasised on the seriousness of the matter, highlighting the need for proper investigation and accountability within the police department.

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Madhya Pradesh High Court noted that the petitioner did not dispute her liability to refund the commuted portion in instalments, as per her undertaking.

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Madhya Pradesh High Court held that Contractual Employee are not entitled to claim non-transferability due to employment agreement allowing administrative transfers.