under marriage

The moral and emotional crisis of being gay and married in the wake of a doctor’s suicide


23 Apr 2015 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

Our brains are hardwired to handle heartbreak and develop new romantic relationships


1 Apr 2015

A partnership based on equality is less effective than one that has a dominant partner


11 Feb 2015

In Haryana, a 70-year-old Sarpanch changes a centuries old tradition by permitting intercaste and intra-khap marriages


24 Apr 2014 | BY Aanchal Bansal

This is not a film, it’s a recipe for a romcom. And a very middle-class one at that


6 Mar 2014 | BY Ajit Duara

Step one: travel with him


18 Dec 2013 | BY Sonali Khan

Saying ‘yes’ to marriage is not simply a matter of ‘just knowing’ it’s right


27 Nov 2013 | BY Sonali Khan

It’s inevitable, the parental panic over getting a match


14 Aug 2013 | BY Sonali Khan

In Kharkhoda, a town in Haryana, the Bagri sisters face an unusual dilemma. They are too well educated to get married.

The Bagris belong to a Scheduled Caste community in Haryana. Ruby, the eldest sister, is 29 and has an MA (in Hindi and Sanskrit) and a BEd degree. Rachna, 27, has a diploma in computers and has done a beautician’s course as well. And the youngest, 25-year-old Jyoti, has a BA degree, a BEd, and after pursuing an MA in Literature, is now pursuing an MA in Political Science. She also heads the primary section of a school in the town.


9 May 2013 | BY Aastha Atray Banan

The agony of getting a divorce without mutual consent in India


20 Mar 2013 | BY Aastha Atray Banan
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