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Indian court pushes for video-conferencing in marriage registration
Indian courts are pushing for video-conferencing to be legally allowed in the marriage registration process, so couples can do so without needing to be physically present.
"The law has to adapt to changing times," Justice Manmohan from the Delhi High Court said, according to IANS. It added the rule requiring physical presence was framed when technology was nascent.
The court was hearing a plea filed by Ravinder Chadha, who was seeking approval for his Canada-based daughter and son-in-law to process their marriage registration via video-conferencing, instead of needing to be physically present, noted the report.
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