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Sex With Wife Below 18 Can Be Punished With Life Imprisonment: Supreme Court
Railways cuts down sleeping hours for passengers by an hour
6-month ‘cooling off’ period for granting divorce can be waived: SC

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Sex With Wife Below 18 Can Be Punished With Life Imprisonment: Supreme Court

Ndtv.com
October 13, 2017
New Delhi:  The Supreme Court judgement criminalising sexual intercourse by a man with his minor wife can attract a jail term of 10 years under the India Penal Code or even a life term under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.
The top court’s landmark decision to amend Exception 2 of Section 375 (definition of rape) of the IPC, which had earlier exempted husbands from being tried for rape for having sexual relations with wives of 15 to 18 years of age, would now make such males liable for prosecution and stringent punishment. …

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Railways cuts down sleeping hours for passengers by an hour

Timesofindia.indiatimes.com  
Sep 17, 2017
NEW DELHI: The Railways is trying to put an end to those tiresome quarrels that break out due to oversleeping passengers on the middle and lower berths by reducing official sleeping hours.
According to a circular issued by the railway board, the passengers in the reserved coaches can only sleep between 10 pm and 6 am to allow others to sit on the seats for the rest of the time. …

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6-month ‘cooling off’ period for granting divorce can be waived: SC

Timesofndia.indiatimes.com
Sep 13, 2017
NEW DELHI: A Hindu married couple may not need to wait six months for a separation order in the case of mutual consent and the marriage can be legally terminated in just a week as the Supreme Court on Tuesday held that the “cooling off” period in not mandatory and can be waived off.
The court ruled that the stipulation under the Hindu Marriage Act for a six-month wait could be done away with if all efforts for mediation and conciliation intended to reunite the parties had failed. The waiving off can be considered if the parties had already lived separately for at least a year. In such situations, the court could take a view that delay in proceedings will only prolong subsequent resettlement. …

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