A 19-year-old bride has challenged Bangladesh Muslim wedding tradition by taking a groom to her home to marry him, with the ceremony going viral on social media.
In the video one of the reporters also spoke to the owner of the wedding hall, who said, we have to mend relationships. We invite people and God willing, we'll help them." But this is not the real deal. The deal is that the offer is valid only for those who fulfil a certain condition: a man's first wife has to visit the hall and make the booking herself for her husband's second wedding.
India's weddings are famously lavish -- lasting days and with hundreds if not thousands of guests -- but this season many families are cutting costs even if it risks their social standing.
The couple, Zakhil Suresh and Laxmi Joshi, are settled in Bangalore. Zakhil is studying for his Chartered Accountancy, and is in his final year, while working in a startup named Flobiz. Laxmi is an Android developer.
High up in Morocco's Atlas mountains, three dozen young Berber couples gathered for a traditional group wedding to the sound of drums and ululating.
The cunning family came up with the scheme after officials offered 40-square-metre apartments to residents living in an area where homes were demolished, as part of a development project in eastern Zhejiang province.
Their love story flourished over the years and recently Rahul shared photographs of his marriage with Payal on the social media.
The time and location of the wedding has not been disclosed by the couple.
The death toll from a suicide bomb attack on a wedding reception in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, has risen to 80, two senior officials said on Wednesday.
The United Arab Emirates has strongly condemned the terrorist attack that targeted a wedding in the Afghan capital, Kabul.