India's Supreme Court considers call to open mosques to women
Tuesday, 16 April 2019 () NEW DELHI, April 16 (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court agreed on Tuesday to consider a petition from a Muslim couple to allow women into mosques, seeking to overturn a centuries-old practice that largely bars women from the places of worship. Women are not allowed inside most mosques in India although a few have separate entrances for...
Saudi Arabia has temporarily released three of the women's rights activists held in custody for almost a year, state media has said, following a court hearing in which the detainees alleged torture and..
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According to Reuters, state news agency SPA said that three of the Saudi women activists held in detention since May last year were granted temporary release on Thursday, and sources familiar with the..
The plea was filed in the Supreme Court by a Muslim couple seeking directions for the All India Muslim Personal Law Board and the Central Waqf Council to end... Zee News Also reported by •Firstpost •IndiaTimes
The plea in the Supreme Court also sought a direction that the Election Commission of India should have power to refer complaints against candidates for seeking... Firstpost Also reported by •IndiaTimes