Nizam Pasha
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The writer is a lawyer based in New Delhi.

VARIETY

 |   9-minute read

Why I think the triple talaq bill is an absurd legislation

Saying 'talaq talaq talaq' is now legally no different in its effect from saying 'kabaddi kabaddi kabaddi'.

POLITICS

 |   7-minute read

POLITICS

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Babri Masjid case: Shia Waqf Board’s position has no basis in law, it is playing politics

The question of who built the mosque was examined in detail by the District Court in 1946 and decided in favour of the Sunnis.

POLITICS

 |   18-minute read

How the triple talaq case became an excuse for Muslim-bashing

The first idea we must rid ourselves of is that there is a 'secular' law of marriage and divorce governing any community in India.

POLITICS

 |   6-minute read

Why Shahi Imam doesn't matter - in Islam and upcoming elections

More than anything else, the polls are a good time for the Indian Muslim community to introspect on the primary crisis facing them - of leadership.

POLITICS

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Triple talaq has no place in the Quran

It is regarded as a detestable sin by the foremost Muslim voices of the subcontinent.