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The article, written in 1804 during Napoleonic times and invoked during marriage ceremonies, stipulates that married couples must show each other respect, fidelity, help and assistance.“I was shocked and disgusted when I saw the ad,” said Aude Ducros, a spokeswoman for the Catholic Family Associations.“Infidelity pollutes the couple and the family and destroys the social fabric of France.The Battle of Cambrai had started with a British push towards the Hindenburg Line on November 20, 1917. That's when the cavalry was drawn up from the rear and pressed into attack.The Indian cavalry comprising the Deccan Horse, Hodson's Horse, Poona Horse, Central India Horse and 18 Cavalry charged at German positions at Gauche Wood, Raperie (Beet factory) and Kildare Post.In an era of surveillance cameras, leaked emails and heavily publicized presidential affairs, sociologists said the desire by would-be cheaters to avoid getting caught by an irate spouse was helping to drive traffic toward extramarital dating websites, where the risk of detection was less perilous than seducing a neighbor.The costs of infidelity were underlined here recently after the trial in February of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the International Monetary Fund and onetime favorite to become president of France, whose penchant for sex parties helped destroy both his political career and his marriage.” wrote a man who called himself Tangodeo, who posted a photograph of one of Gleeden’s defaced subway ads.
Seven cities decided to withdraw the ads, and opponents have mobilized against them on social media, providing the latest example of a prominent cultural divide in France about the lines between public morality, private sexual conduct and the country’s vaunted freedom of expression.
It's a lion capital made of bronze, to be flanked by two crossed cavalry lances with pennants on either side. Sutar has also been making the Statue of Unity of Sardar Patel and another of Chhatrapati Shivaji that would be an island statue in Mumbai.
"I'm glad and proud to sculpt this memorial for Indians," Sutar told this correspondent.
The Indian Tricolour will be hoisted and French children will sing Jana Gana Mana.
Besides cementing the historical bonds between the two countries, the memorial will honour Indian servicemen who have remained a footnote of history for a century.