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The Hindu Newly-married couples being blessed by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa during a mass marriage function at Thiruverkadu on Monday...Ganesan The Tamil Nadu CM presented 10 gms of gold and silver ornaments, besides 28 type of gifts to
City leaders today proposed creating a domestic partner registry aimed at giving non-married couples access to some of the privileges enjoyed by married couples. The registry, which was introduced this afternoon at a news conference outside City Hall
Economists refer to the economic benefit that accrues to married couples as the marriage premium. A recent CBS television special asked the question, Why is marriage such an economic turn-on? The program MoneyWatch gave three reasons based on a
The U.S Census Bureau said Wednesday the number of interracial married couples grew by 28 percent from 2000 to 2010. In 2000, 7 percent of opposite-sex married couples were interracial or interethnic, which grew to 10 percent in 2010.
Its been three or four months since the last guest left the reception. Youve returned the tux, packed away the wedding dress and (hopefully) youve taken that long-awaited honeymoon. In fact, by now youve begun to settle into a fairly normal routine
February 28, 2012 by Aly Walansky Considering living with your mate?...A new study published in the February issue of the Journal of Marriage and Family found that cohabiting couples are happier than married couples. The research was co-authored by
Tax breaks for married couples could give millions an extra 1,600 as Cameron is urged to ditch Lib Dem plans Last updated at 2:18 PM on 18th February 2012 Iain Duncan Smith founded the CSJ Tax breaks for married couples would do more to fight poverty
George Osborne has infuriated Tory MPs by reportedly ruling out tax breaks for married couples in the Budget. The Chancellor has been accused of "kow-towing" to the Liberal Democrats by refusing to include measures. Recognising marriage in the tax
Taipei, Jan. 20 (CNA) Demanding that married couples report their non-wage income together for tax purposes runs counter to tax equality, Taiwan's constitutional court said Friday, a decision that will likely spur changes to the country's tax code.
A charity society has offered training courses on marriage to help combat the rising number of divorce cases in the Kingdom. There were no cases of divorce reported from among 98 percent of the newly married couples who had completed the training