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गुरुवार, 25 मई 2017

Why It's (Mostly) Bad That India Has More Divorced Women Than Men

Why It's (Mostly) Bad That India Has More Divorced Women Than Men
- Triple talaq may affect just a small percentage of Muslim women, but divorced women in India have a number of things in common. A study by IndiaSpend in 2016 shows that across communities, with the exception of Sikhs, more women remain divorced than men.