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KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — Instant noodles are a go-to meal for many people. But in one case in India, a man filed for divo...
1 June 2022, 5:50 am·Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — Instant noodles are a go-to meal for many people.But in one case in India, a man filed for divorce when his wife allegedly only served him cup noodles for all daily meals.Former Principal District Judge of Ballari, ML Raghunath, shared this bizarre case to
The New Indian Expressabout divorce cases caused by petty issues.Raghunath claimed that the wife did not know how to cook anything else apart from instant noodles, frustrating the husband.The couple eventually was divorced through mutual consent.The courts have received divorce cases for many unusual reasons, such as not putting salt on the plate correctly, wearing the wrong coloured wedding suit and not taking the wife out.
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But in one case in India, a man filed for divorce when his wife allegedly only served him cup noodles for all daily meals. Former Principal District Judge of Ballari, ML Raghunath, shared this bizarre case to The New Indian Express about divorce cases caused by petty issues. The success of the network, which would promise equal access to all online sellers and buyers regardless of their size, is a priority for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who faces pressure from small businesses for action against the outsized influence of Amazon and Walmart's Flipkart in India's e-commerce. Raghunath claimed that the wife did not know how to cook anything else apart from instant noodles, frustrating the husband. It warned that"unlicensed private entities like hotels or film halls are not permitted to collect or keep copies of the Aadhaar card. The couple eventually was divorced through mutual consent. "The approach theoretically is to make all the different building blocks, like sellers and buyers of an Amazon, inter-operable with a Flipkart," said ONDC Chief Executive T. The courts have received divorce cases for many unusual reasons, such as not putting salt on the plate correctly, wearing the wrong coloured wedding suit and not taking the wife out.2 per cent in April.
Some of the cases have even happened as soon as after the wedding ceremony ends. Koshy said he had held talks with banks, venture capitalists and telecoms companies, but declined to name them or to comment on how far the discussions had progressed. Aadhaar Identity Authentication ecosystem has provided adequate features for protecting and safeguarding the identity and privacy of the Aadhaar holder. 'Divorce cases are increasing drastically over the years,” Raghunath said. 'Couples have to stay together for at least a year before seeking a divorce. Amazon and Flipkart control more than 60 per cent of that market, which now accounts for about 8 per cent of consumer purchases in a country of 1. If there was no such law, there would be divorce petitions filed directly from wedding halls. But because the government has conveyed that it is the most preferred and secure identification, state and private entities like hotels, banks, telecommunications companies and hospitals commonly refuse their services without it.” The court uses sentiments to reunite the couples Raghunath said, using the future of their children as a motivator. ONDC aims to cover at least 100 cities and towns by August, with a target of signing up 900 million buyers and 1.9 per cent of May 2021, however.
Raghunath added that divorces happen more in the city than in rural areas as urban women are educated and financially-independent. Advertisement TRENDING Malay Mail . Bank of Baroda's chief digital officer, Akhil Handa, said his bank was in talks about the project but it was too early to talk about specific use cases.38 billion, since its inception in 2009.