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first_imgEmail Advertisement Twitter Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Print Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Life of a Child at School in the 1916 period – model classroom exhibition, which is currently on display in Mary Immaculate College.Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22by Alan Jacquesa[email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Life of a Child at School in the 1916 period – model classroom exhibition, which is currently on display in Mary Immaculate College.Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22AN HISTORIC public performance of Amhrán na bhFiann signed by children from the Mid-west School for the Deaf opened the ‘Changing Faces of Ireland’ photography exhibition at Limerick’s Mary Immaculate College last week.On display as part of the college’s programme of events to commemorate 1916, the exhibition portrays the vibrancy of school life throughout the decades with photos from two of Limerick’s oldest schools, Villiers School and Presentation Primary School. Along with photographs from more recently established schools, Limerick Educate Together East and Limerick School Project, it provides an insightfulsnapshot in time from the 1930’s all the way to 2016.“School photographs are a wonderful way to reflect on the changes which occur in society overall,” said coordinator Brighid Golden.“The faces of children along with the activities, clothing and surroundings in each of the photographs in this exhibition tell the story of how Limerick has evolved over time and gives an insight into Limerick of today.”Opening the exhibition Prof Michael Healy, associate vice president of research at Mary Immaculate College thanked the participating schools for their commitment and enthusiasm to the project.“We believe that the snapshots provided in the photographs speak to the vibrant history of schools in Limerick,” he said.Also available to view at Mary Immaculate College is the “Life of a Child at School in the 1916 Period” exhibition  which includes a life size model of 1916-style classroom currently on public display in the main foyer. Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash TAGS1916limerickMary Immaculate College center_img Previous articleLimerick sisters run for ZondraNext article#Limerick drivers warned of treacherous driving conditions after crashes Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsLocal NewsA snapshot of school life in Limerick through the decadesBy Alan Jacques – March 4, 2016 733 Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival WhatsApp Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Linkedinlast_img read more

first_imgNews UpdatesSecond Marriage Under Muslim Law Though Legal, May Be Construed As Cruelty To First Wife: Karnataka HC [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK13 Sep 2020 12:03 AMShare This – xIn a significant judgment, the Kalaburagi Bench of the Karnataka High Court observed that even though contracting a second marriage by a Muslim husband is lawful, it often causes “enormous cruelty” to the first wife, justifying her claim for divorce. A Bench of Justice Krishna S Dixit and Justice P. Krishna Bhat explained that cruelty is a very subjective concept and…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginIn a significant judgment, the Kalaburagi Bench of the Karnataka High Court observed that even though contracting a second marriage by a Muslim husband is lawful, it often causes “enormous cruelty” to the first wife, justifying her claim for divorce. A Bench of Justice Krishna S Dixit and Justice P. Krishna Bhat explained that cruelty is a very subjective concept and the conduct constituting is “indefinitely variable”. It remarked, “Merely because an act is lawful, it does not per se become justifiable in married life; for example, of course subject to all just exceptions, smoking and drinking are not unlawful; snoring too, is not; but still in certain circumstances they may amount to cruelty to a sensitive spouse; on the same analogy though contracting a second marriage by a Muslim may be lawful, but it more often than not, causes enormous cruelty to the first wife justifying her claim for divorce.” The observation was made while deciding an appeal preferred by a Muslim husband, against the Family Court order for dissolution of his marriage with the first wife, on the ground of cruelty. While upholding the Family Court’s order, the High Court relied on a Privy Council verdict in Moonshee Bazloor Ruheem v. Shamsurnissa Begum, 11 MIA 551, whereby it was held thus: “The onus today would be on the husband who takes a second wife to explain his action and prove that his taking a second wife involved no insult or cruelty to the first, and in the absence of cogent explanation the Court will presume under modern conditions that the action of the husband in taking a second wife involved cruelty to the first, and it would be inequitable for the Court to compel her against her wishes to live with such a husband.” In the case at hand the Appellant-husband had submitted that he was compelled into contracting a second marriage by his influential parents. However, taking cue therefrom the privy council Judgment the High Court said: “The appellant has failed to establish his contention that the entry of the second lady to the existing matrimony is with the prior consent of the respondent-wife; it is a matter of common knowledge that, women regardless of their religion and socio-economic conditions, detest their husbands contracting second marriage; therefore the proof of consent requires cogent evidence which is militantly lacking in this case.” Reference was also made to an Allahabad High Court ruling in Itwari v. Asghari, AIR 1960 Allahabad 684, whereby it was held that a husband cannot compel his first wife to share his consortium with the second wife. Another ground for upholding the Family Court order was that the wife was tormented by her in-laws, and there was nothing on record to indicate that the husband tried to prevent the same. The Court observed, “It is a bounden duty of every husband to protect his wife in any circumstances; what acts the appellant did, to protect his wife from the onslaught of his parents are neither pleaded nor proved; the contention that his parents are very influential & powerful is too feeble a justification for allowing the poor wife to be tortured.” It added thus: “The very institution of marriage is founded inter alia on the mutual support and security of spouses; if the husband fails to protect his wife from his own violent parents, the very trust of the wife is shaken and therefore she is entitled to oppose restitution of conjugal rights, lest she should undergo the same ill treatment.” Case Details: Case Title: Yusufpatel v. Ramjanbi Case No.: MFA No. 201154/2018 Quorum: Justice Krishna S Dixit and Justice P. Krishna Bhat Click Here To Download Judgment Read Judgment Next Storylast_img read more