Don’t use every inter-religious marriage to disturb communal harmony in Kerala, Kerala High CourtOctober 19 2017
“Love recognises no barriers. It jumps hurdles. Leaps fences. Penetrates its walls to arrive at its destination full of hope”
A judgment of the Kerala High Court begins by quoting American Poet and activist Maya Angelou before taking strong objection to the attempts to derail the communal harmony prevalent in the State.
A Bench of Justices V Chitambaresh and Satish Ninan while allowing a Habeas Corpus petition filed by a husband also warned not to portray every . . .
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