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India follows a rigid structure of the caste system, and inter-religion marriage is still considered a taboo in the country. The Parliament introduced the Special Marriage Act, 1954 which allows for a special form of marriage for the people of India to marry irrespective of their religion. 1. Conditions for a valid marriage: Section 4 Neither party […]

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Proclaimed Offender ...

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