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Ends vs means
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V. GANESAN The Madras High Court complex. Justice C.S. Karnan conlcuded that legal rights applicable to wedded couples would also be applicable to couples who had had a sexual relationship.

A recent judicial conclusion setting live-in relationships on a par with marriage stirs up a controversy. By V. VENKATESAN


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