Triple Talaq – Gender Concerns and Minority Safeguards within a Communalised Polity: Can Conditional Nikahnama Offer a Solution?

Triple Talaq – Gender Concerns and Minority Safeguards within a Communalised Polity: Can Conditional Nikahnama Offer a Solution?

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Volume 10 Issue 3 ()

This article is written at a critical juncture, as we await the Supreme Court verdict on the triple talaq issue. The aim here is to trace the trajectory of this entire debate and analyse the various strands of the arguments presented before the Supreme Court. While it is anyone’s guess which way the verdict will go, this article focuses attention on the Supreme Court’s directive issued at the end of the hearing regarding the use of a conditional nikahnama to restrain husbands from pronouncing arbitrary and instant triple talaq. By placing legal developments against the political backdrop, the article attempts to comprehensively address the interplay between gender, community and law in the present with triple talaq as the context.

Cite as: , Triple Talaq – Gender Concerns and Minority Safeguards within a Communalised Polity: Can Conditional Nikahnama Offer a Solution?, 10 NUJS L. Rev. () (Working Citation)

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