IUML leader K M Shaji on Monday alleged that it was the state CPM that had created ‘love jihad’ usage in India, not RSS.
Police have arrested Azeez (32), who along with his wife Salma (30), is wanted in a suicide abetment case in Uppinakudru, Kundapur.
Two teams were formed as it was suspected that accused were hiding in Kerala after photos of Shilpa in her mobile phone revealed to her parents that she had an affair with Azeez.
The bill was passed in the Assembly in December last year but was pending before the Council where the ruling BJP is one short of a majority.
Arif, the accused, was arrested for 'abducting' a B.Com course student from her college and performing a nikaah with her, police said.
Claiming it to be a case of ‘love Jihad,’ a senior IAS officer has got an FIR lodged against a youth for marrying his daughter.
NCM chairperson Iqbal Singh Lalpura said the commission had in the past received some complaints from parents alleging that their ward was misled into interfaith marriage.
Party aims to bring George’s controversial remarks to the centre of public debate and reach out to a leader who boasts of having good connections with the Church
Joisna’s father Joseph on Tuesday said his daughter was with the wrong person now.
Deepika, the Malayalam daily run by the Catholic Church, on Tuesday raised serious concerns over the elopement of Joisna Joseph and M S Shejin.
The CPM has called its district secretariat meeting on Wednesday to discuss the controversial remarks of secretariat member George M Thomas in the Kodanchery issue.
The Kerala High Court on Tuesday allowed Joisna Joseph, a Theyyapara resident who works as a nurse abroad, to go with her husband M S Shejin, a CPM leader from Kozhikode district.
Meanwhile, CPM district secretary P Mohanan viewed it as a slip of the tongue on the part of Thomas.
It was on Saturday that DYFI member Shejin and Joisna, a nurse, went missing from Kozhikode
It is widely objected that being in a government position, how can he demand a social boycott, which is a social evil, and how can he use the official letter held for the purpose.
The bill provides for imprisonment of one to five years and a fine of not less than Rs 1 lakh if any person or group is found involved in religious conversion.
The saffron party also promised free electricity for irrigation to farmers in the next five years in the Lok Kalyan Sankalp Patra 2022.
Railway Police said they were not aware that the man was beaten up while being brought to the police station.
The woman also submitted that when she escaped and reached her husband’s house, she was subjected to mental and physical torture.
The bill is expected to have penal provisions, and may also insist that the persons who wish to convert to another faith file an application before the Deputy Commissioner two months prior.