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No healthy, productive and rewarding foreign policy can be founded on expedient pacts that are so utterly devoid of respect.
K N Bhat
In the case of triple talaq, where a Muslim woman — a citizen of India — aggrieved by the practice of talaq, challenged its constitutional validity.
It may understandably restrict claims to land given its scarcity, and with a view to what would be most equitable for host communities.
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