22 Nov 2014
New Delhi: With the government set to reintroduce the marriage laws amendment bill in the Lok Sabha to amend the Hindu Marriage Act and the Special Marriage Act to make irretrievable breakdown of marriage a ground for divorce, the Supreme Court has urged a rethink if it was an expedient ground for untying the matrimonial knot.
21 Nov 2014
Rome: Almost half of the divorce cases in Italy rely at least in part on information gathered through the instant messaging service WhatsApp, according to the Italian Association of Matrimonial Lawyers.
12 Nov 2014
London: Intimate messaging with strangers on WhatsApp has led to an increase in divorce rates in Italy, according to a leading Italian lawyer.
18 Nov 2014
Dubai: A Saudi man has divorced his wife after she ignored his Whatsapp messages despite reading them. The husband, in his 30s, was frustrated by his wife's seemingly endless interest in using her phone for chatting with friends and family.
01 Dec 2011
Pop star Katy Perry has slammed the latest rumours of a split from her husband Russell Brand and says reports which suggest she has filed for divorce are untrue.
10 Nov 2014
Noida: The intriguing posters and teasers of 'PK' have started several rumours about the film but Bollywood star Aamir Khan says he enjoys reading and hearing the tittle-tattle about his upcoming movie.
01 Nov 2014
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan and his estranged wife Sussanne Khan were on Saturday granted divorce by a family court here, nearly a year after the star couple announced end of their marriage.
03 Nov 2014
New Delhi: Delhi Police commissioner, B S Bassi on Monday appealed to the people to avoid spreading rumours during Muharram processions to be held in the city November 4th, adding that strict actions would be taken against violators.
30 Oct 2014
Mumbai: 'Bang-Bang' star Hrithik Roshan seems to be too busy that he don't even have time to be present for his divorce hearing in the court. He has reportedly decided to defer his divorce hearing scheduled for October 31.
04 Nov 2014
London: Heavy smartphone use during midnight hours is destroying intimacy in relationships, leading to break-ups, cheating and divorce, says a study. As the quality of our physical connections gets diluted, people expect less and forget what real romance is, it added.