My opinion on your queries are as under:
1) Since she filed maintanence, what will happen to AB case.
Opinion: There is no effect on AB.
2) What factors will be considered for granting maintenence. I myself does not get 35K as my take home ( I have home / car / bike all on EMIs ). She was working previoulsy, but recently she quitted her job for the sake of getting maintanence. Considering her age & education, she can still secure a good job. She wantedly doing this to harrass me. Will court understand this?
Opinion: Yes, the court will consider all the aspect, regarding her education, previous employment and current status. There is lots of judgment in your favour in which the court reject the maintenance petition of educated and able to maintained wife, fight the case on merit, if you required any judgment then you can contact over the phone after pay the consultation fee which is very reasonable.
3) All her claims were false and she would be able to prove this. If that happen to be the case. Is there anything I can do to react ?
Opinion: the prove the allegations are very difficult and you also get the opportunity to cross her and other witnesses and disproved her allegations.
4) While I'm able to communicate verbally, I feel ashamed & dejected to talk about my past exp about this marriage. Either I will shout due to high temper / break down due to shameness. Is it necessary that I should speak myself in family court or it will be my lawyer who speaks on behalf of me ( as shown in films ).
Opinion: Both of you have right to speak before the court, if at any point of time your lawyer is unable to raise the voice or communicate properly then you may speak before the court after getting permission of the court.
5) Is there a way to settle for permanent alimony, than monthly maintenence. My marriage span has not even completed a year. From the 3rd month, she started created problems and started living alone with her parents. Marriage is not consumerrated still.
Opinion: Pray to family court for counselling and try to settled the matter amicable with the help of the counselor.