Do you think our social, moral values are undergoing a sea change, when it comes to man-woman relationship? Recently Delhi High Court passed a ruling in favour of women in live-in relationships. But will this alter the mindset of the society? </STRSYN>Till recently, a woman living with a man, who was not her husband (however innocent their relationship), was not only castigated by the society, but also prima facie treated as an adulteress. This was used as a fine excuse, by many a husband, to steer clear of paying the maintenance allowance to the estranged spouse, because in the case of adultery, the man is not liable to pay the maintenance. Now all that might change for the better, with Delhi High Court ruling that “Courts should not rush into presumptions’’ of adultery against women on the basis of mere allegations, because this is often used by the husband to deny maintenance. But the million dollar question is, whether this changed outlook of the legal luminaries will alter the mindset of the society, which has been fed on the folklores of Sita and Draupadi—and nothing in-between? Do you think our social, moral values are undergoing a sea change, when it comes to man-woman relationship?