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Supreme Court's Tryst with Secularism and Hindutva

In February this year, the Supreme Court held that although Muslim personal law permits a man to marry four women, this does not offer protection against service rules that prohibit more than one spouse. This article looks at a number of significant judgments on secularism down the years and traces how they defined a term whose correct interpretation continues to elude us.
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