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Nehru and Jinnah had the same problem – their daughters loved men they did not
When Dina was introduced to Neville Wadia, she was 17-years-old. The year was 1936. Neville was born to a ...
The other child of Mr Jinnah
As Jinnah was often away from home, Dina spent a lot of time with her maternal grandmother Lady Petit who introduced her to Neville Wadia, a wealthy young man who was born a Parsi but had converted to Christianity.
Swarajyabhoomi Smarak Samiti wants Jinnah House for Tilak memorial
The iconic Jinnah House, which is already in the centre of a property dispute, now has yet another claimant. The Swarajyabhoomi ... Earlier, Jinnah's only daughter Dina Wadia staked her claim on the Malabar Hill property.
The houses that Jinnah built
Some years ago, however, Dina Wadia claimed the right to inherit her father's house on the grounds that Jinnah was an Ismaili Khoja and not a Sunni or Ithna Ashari Shia. ... However, the conversion to Ithna Ashari Shiaism is disputed by his daughter.
The story of Jinnah House Bombay
Dina Wadia too is pursuing a case filed in the Bombay High Court to claim the property as Jinnah's only legal heir, which revives the dispute between the Pakistan and the Indian government as the former would again press for the mansion for its consulate.

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