‘Mere Saiyyan Jee Se Aaj Maine Break-up Kar Lia’ – On Women, Break-ups And Second Chances

Love Aaj Kal popularised having a break up party while Ae Dil Hai Mushkil told women it's okay to break up. Don't women too deserve a life after a break up?

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Why ‘Nadya’ Can Handhold A Child Through A Distressing Parental Separation

Nadya: A Graphic Novel by Debasmita Dasgupta is an excellent first-line-of-help introductory book for kids whose parents may be going through, or have gone through a divorce.

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Living My Beautifully Imperfect Life – After Leaving An Abusive Relationship

As a woman separated from her husband, as a single parent, I may be imperfect and messy in all the roles that I play, but what I always do is try.

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Divorce In Hindi Cinema Favoured The Man, Always, Until Recent Movies Changed This Narrative
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Divorce should be a choice for a woman who is unhappy despite appearances; her word about this should be equally valid. Something that Hindi cinema seems to have just realised. 

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Legal Definition Of ‘Woman’: Will Bobby’s Divorce Petition Be A Catalyst For An Inclusive One?
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As a trans woman, Bobby's divorce and alimony petition challenges the legal definition of the word 'woman'. Will ruling on this give the SC a chance to make it more inclusive?

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Malaika Arora Talks About Her Divorce: We Need This Openness In India

Recently, actor Malaika Arora opened up on about her reasons to separate from ex-husband Arbaaz Khan; the new candour about divorce is refreshing in this country which still prides itself on couples staying together at all costs.

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