Monthly Archives: July 2013

Now a divorce cost EVEN the judge cant digest !! British Indian couple married 09 hav blown £860000

Now a divorce cost EVEN the judge cant digest !! British Indian couple married 2009 hav blown 860000 pounds

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Judge begs couple to end ‘financial suicide’ in £860,000 divorce battle

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A High Court judge told a divorcing couple they had committed “financial suicide” after running up legal bills of more than £850,000.

Aloke Ray, 41 and Charoo Sekhri, 39, a lawyer and a doctor who have a combined wealth of around £4 million, married in 2009 and have a two-year-old son.

They met in London but moved to Singapore before separating and have since fought over the country in which their divorce should proceed.

Ruling on the latest stage of their legal battle at a hearing in the Family Division, Mr Justice Holman expressed astonishment that such “highly intelligent, successful professionals” had spent so much on their dispute.

He begged them to resolve their differences and referred to their story as a “tragedy”.

“They have each spent the staggering sum of about £430,000 on worldwide legal costs,” he said.

“The substantial forensic struggle throughout the hearing was painful to observe. These parties are successful and prosperous but they are not multimillionaires.”

He said they had spent around a quarter of their wealth on “highly charged litigation”.

The court heard that the couple, both of whom are of Indian origin, met through an online dating agency in London in December 2008.

They were “already mature people”, the judge said, but “each felt that what they lacked in their lives was a long-term partner or spouse”.

They married in December 2009 and had their son the following year.

However, the arguments flared in 2011 and although their brief marriage had shown “so much promise”, divorce became inevitable.

Dr Sekhri, a paediatric anaesthetist, wanted legal proceedings to be conducted in the UK and issued a divorce petition in London in August 2012.

But Mr Ray, a partner with US-based law firm White & Case, objected and the legal bills mounted.

The court heard Dr Sekhri moved to the UK in her late teens. She worked at Great Ormond Street Hospital and had been hoping to become a consultant at a leading London hospital when her husband was transferred to Singapore.

Mr Ray was born in the UK and raised in Colindale, north west London. He was educated at both Oxford and Cambridge Universities and practised in New York for four years before meeting his wife.

Mr Justice Holman ruled that as both had been legally domiciled in the UK, Dr Sekhri could pursue her claim in England.

He noted that much of their wealth was tied up in property purchased by Mr Ray before the couple married.

Although their marriage had been short, he said their young son was dependent on Dr Sekhri, whose career had suffered as a result of their move to Singapore.

The judge said: “Somewhere, the husband will have to make fair provision for his wife. They would be wiser to concentrate on that rather then arguing about the jurisdiction of the fight.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/sex/divorce/10202478/Judge-begs-couple-to-end-financial-suicide-in-860000-divorce-battle.html

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woman to police “get ex-hubby back”!! says MISGUIDED by her family to divorce & married life better!

woman to police "get ex-hubby back"!! says MISGUIDED by her family to divorce & married life better!

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Woman wants her divorced husband back

Ankur Sirothia, TNN Jul 25, 2013, 11.50AM IST

BHOPAL: After two years of divorce, a woman has approached the police to reunite her with her former husband. Initially, the police refused to entertain the matter as it is beyond their jurisdiction, but in a bid to explore the possibility, the matter has been forwarded for counselling at Mahila Thana.

The station house officer (SHO), Renu Murab confirmed to TOI about receiving the application on July 19. Murab said that the issue is being looked into to help the separated couple.

The woman in question is a professor at a private college and resides in Arera Colony area. She divorced her husband after which he shifted to Chhattisgarh. They also had two teenaged children who at the time of their parents’ divorce wished to stay with their father.

Of late, according to police, the woman realized that her life was better when she had been staying with her husband and kids. On the reasons that prompted her to take divorce, she said she was misguided by her family members, besides having differences with her husband.

Since she had a decent job and a house, she thought of leading a good life with her maternal family but things changed after the separation and even those who helped her in separation later changed their attitude towards her, the woman told the cops.

Mahila Thana counsellors informed that the woman’s former husband, who did not remarry after the separation, has been contacted to know if he is ready to give her a second chance

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-07-25/bhopal/40792786_1_husband-mahila-thana-separation

British Indian woman wants to roll back divorce. Changed mind after visa problems. court refuses !

British Indian woman wants to roll back divorce. Changed mind after visa problems. court refuses !

this wife had a serious afterthought … !! she wanted to roll back her divorce which was accepted both in India and UK .. She suddenly claimed that she did NOT understand the papers and she was forced to sign for the divorce after visa problems cropped up in UK !!!!!

the UK family court saw thru her game and refused her plea

pertinent to note that the husband had already re married !!!

original source
http://bit.ly/16jVrUD

Classic silence: TOI maha rally article has NOTHING on men’s rights in title + first 2 paras! that’s what matters to 80% of readers

Classic silence on men’s rights : TOI maha rally article has NOTHING on men’s rights on title or first 2 paras! that’s what matters to 80% of readers

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Most mainstream media is still NOT comfortable about men’s rights or supporting just men’s rights . in many cases they don’t even do what is the bare minimum …. stating facts !!!

This bias is very pronounced on headlines and top paragraphs

woman burns 9 mnts & 2yr old daughters on kerosine fire. Also commits suicide. SOON a MAN will be crucified for this

woman burns 9 mnts & 2yr old daughters on kerosine fire. Also commits suicide. SOON a MAN will be crucified for this

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Woman kills two minor daughters, commits suicide

Press Trust of India | Posted on Jul 30, 2013 at 09:25pm IST

After a family dispute, a 27-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide by setting herself ablaze along with her two minor daughters in Kisunpali of Uttar Pradesh’s Deoria district, about 335 kms from Lucknow.

Gudia bolted her room in Rampur Karkhana area and after sprinkling kerosene oil on her daughter Ranjana (nine months) and Sanjana (2 years), she set the house on fire, IG (Law and Order) R K Vishwakarma told reporters here.

Prima facie, it appears that Gudia took the extreme step due to a family dispute, the police official said.

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/woman-kills-two-minor-daughters-commits-suicide/410701-3-242.html