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In poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, Bajrang Dal preparing new cadres at arms training camps to take on 'anti-nationals'
The nine-day camp at Biora saw 118 Bajrang Dal activists getting trained in self-defence/combat skills through grounding in Karate and Lathi combat.
VHP leader Sadhvi Saraswati exhorts Hindus to carry swords; wants to slash Love jihadis, cow slaughterers in Kerala
Vishwa Hindu Parishad speaker Sadhvi Saraswati called on Hindus to take up arms and start a revolution if the country and the religion had to move forward.
The screening of "In the name of love", was organised on Friday evening by 'Vivekanand Vichar Manch', a student group affiliated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
The Supreme Court has set aside the Kerala High Court verdict and restored the inter-faith marriage of Hadiya and Shafin Jahan.
The arrest came days after 21-year-old Mousumi Das, a final-year college student from Karimganj in southern Assam’s Barak Valley, converted to Islam and married Numan Badshah of Dhaka
All this happened because I embraced Islam: Hadiya on her first visit to Kerala after Supreme Court verdict
Hadiya, 24, earlier Akhila Ashokan, embraced Islam and married Shafin Jahan, a Muslim. Hadiya's father had alleged that she was forcibly converted by groups with links to terrorist outfits.
Asokan maintained that his daughter's marriage with Shafin Jahan was an act of 'adjustment' done by a group.
Today's order came as a huge relief to the couple who will be deemed legally married and can live together normally.
The Supreme Court said today that it will pass a short order at 2 PM over Kerala High Court's annulment of marriage of Hadiya, an alleged victim of 'love jihad'.
In November 2017, the top court directed Hadiya to resume her internship, and that she was free to meet whomever she wanted.
Supreme Court asked if a roving inquiry could be ordered into the "issue of consent" between two adults who married at will and if the Kerala HC order annulling the marriage of Hadiya was justified.
In November last year, Shafin Jahan, husband of Hadiya, filed a complaint with the police, alleging that attempts are being made to reconvert his wife to Hinduism.
Earlier, Hadiya's father had requested Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra to defer the hearing scheduled to be on February 22, but it was not allowed by the court.
In an affidavit filed before the top court, 25-year-old Hadiya also said that she had married Shafin Jahan on her own and sought the court's permission to "live as his wife".
They were clueless when their daughters overlooked them and renounced their faith to undertake a new journey.