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Supreme Court's recipe for successful marriage :
: " Obey your wife and rule the world " -

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'Bibi joh boltee hai woh sunno (Listen to whatever your wife says). We all listen,' a vacation bench of Justice Markandeya Katju and Justice Deepak Verma observed while hearing a lawsuit by Indian Air Force officer Deepak Kumar who claims that his wife has filed a false case on him and has destroyed his life.....

This is not a part of any actual judgement, but my question is that is it right for a Supreme Court judge to make such biased statements in a case?

Asked by sumitha, 21 May '09 02:45 pm
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This just shows that our men are extremely bigoted, self centered and chauvinist. They rather support an unsuccessful marriage than let their couple go free .
Answered by joyoti sen, 21 May '09 09:25 pm

 
  
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Sh ...sh ...sh ...... you must appreciate his long experience ......Women really do rule the world. They just haven\'t figured it out yet. When they do, and they will, we\'re all in big big trouble.Women are wiser than men because they know less and understand more. Man has his will - but woman has her way. Men may be physically stronger but women , by their cute angel & mischivious smile and drops of tears like diamonds , conquers all . So why not obey now itself and rule the world ?
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 21 May '09 05:28 pm

 
  
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An irresponsible comment from a responsible authority. It should be condemned from every part of the society. The Supreme Court is not a stage to reveal his personal helplessness, weakness and to decide others case on his personal experience. Due to these kind of immature statement people will lose faith on law. They will stop to taking help from the Court of law. Already we have several dispute in our country. Now gender related will dispute will arise and people will take law in their hand. These kind of irresponsible comments will promote insecurity in families and will lead a cultural disaster by demolishing the institution of marriage.

There is no problem to obey a good wife. But he cannot rule out the fact that the devils are everywhere and in each gender. Male or famale, anyone can mis use the law. His one sided judgment not only shame to the Supreme authority of law and for all citizen of country too.

I pity on him. :)
Answered by peekay first, 21 May '09 06:05 pm

 
  
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See, I feel (I might be wrong but I FEEL like this) that this person committed two mistakes.

First he committed a mistake by marrying and second contesting a case filed by a person (his wife) whom he couldn\'t manage at home. I would neither have listened to her nor him.. I would have surrendered to the court but slapped divorce on the first opportunity IF it wasn\'t my fault OR if it was my fault would have settled everything within the walls of my home.

He (The Supreme Court Judge) should be careful about what he speaks, pun and punchlines should be left for Johnny Levers and Salmans of Bollywood and not practised by a Judge.
Answered by rajneesh Rediff, 21 May '09 10:12 pm

 
  
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Giving a patient hearing is all what a wife craves for from a husband which is lacking in every household. Men pretend to listen but their mind is elsewhere. They will be glued to the newspaper while the wife tries to tell him something that she feels is important.Have you not heard the oft repeated sentence. \"Yes dear what did you say...?\"and this after the wife has spoken for 10 or more long minutes. Perhaps this is what the judge meant to convey.
Answered by gem mina, 22 May '09 05:58 am

 
  
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Bibi hai ghar ki rani
boss hai office mai raja
mai to ban gaya gulam
admi mai sidha sada
aab to court hi yahi kahta hai
pati tu bibi ki suno
ghar bahar ki chita mai tum
kolhoo ka bel bano
ghar mai khana
office mai dana ...more
Answered by Ashish jain, 22 May '09 12:29 am

 
  
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Now who can sit in judgement over the judges?
Answered by Jack Johnson, 21 May '09 05:36 pm

 
  
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Remember, the judges were also lawyers at one time prior to being selected to the judiciary. He may have carried forward the court arguements home for too long and at some time, his wife would have given him the shut up call and pulled him up for contempt of the \'Home Court\' and since then, he would have come under his wife\'s grip and finally blurting it out in public before his tenure gets over and he is back to the same situation of having to keep quiet for once where his judgments or rulings are dismissed with contempt :))

That was actually given in lighter vein, as the opposing attorneys were coming to any conclusion. Domestic dispute cases are a pretty difficult nut to crack because unfortunately once the relationship breaks up, they tend to throw any and every kind of muck at each other in public hoping to have a better case for a favourable judgment. Atleast he had the guts to admit in public. There are many who would be under the spell of their better or bitter halves in ...more
Answered by Omega, 21 May '09 05:21 pm

 
  
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Hota hai, judge hai toh kya hua insaan hai, bechara woh bhi koi patni pidit hoga & before giving judgement he must have visualised his wife with belan in her hand, how can he rule against wives?
Answered by FriendsRfriends, 21 May '09 02:49 pm

 
  
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Yes
Answered by Sumeet Goel, 21 May '09 02:48 pm

 
  
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