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anh chồng ấn độ ly dị vợ vì vợ... nấu mì liền suốt ngày sáng, trưa, tối... :))
ML Raghunath, a principal district- and sessions-court judge, recounted the case on May 27 at a press conference at a court in Mysuru, a city in the southwestern region of India, .
...The man said his wife would buy packets of Maggi noodles, a brand of instant noodles, and serve them to him for breakfast, lunch, and dinner throughout their marriage.
Eventually, the couple divorced with mutual consent, the judge said. Under India's Special Marriage Act of 1954, divorce by mutual consent requires both parties to live separately for one year and agree to dissolve the marriage.
A 2018 study by the International Journal of Management, Technology, and Social Sciences found India recorded a divorce rate of 11%. The same study found the US recorded a 50% divorce rate.
While India's divorce rate is low, Raghunath said more married couples had been trying to call it quits in the past few years.
"Divorce cases are increasing drastically (trầm trọng) over the years," "Couples have to stay together for at least a year before seeking divorce. If there was no such law, there would be divorce petitions (đơn xin) filed directly from wedding halls (hội trường)."
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