Television journalists report from the premises of India's Parliament in New Delhi, India, February 13, 2014. )REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/File Photo_
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The Indian government on Thursday introduced a bill in Parliament aimed at prosecuting Muslim men who divorce their wives through the "triple talaq", or instant divorce, which women complain violates their right to equality.In August, the Supreme Court ruled as unconstitutional the law, which allows Muslim men to divorce their wives simply by uttering the word "talaq" three times.Unlike most Hindu civil laws, which have been codified and reformed, Muslim personal laws have largely been left untouched.
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