Well, what will be the consequences if the Supreme Court passes a judgment restricting the Digambar Jain Monks from practising the nudity or the Hindu Naga Sadhus from travelling anywhere without any cloth? Section 294 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 … Continue reading Intervention of Supreme Court in Religious Matters: A Debate Against the Motion
The recent judgement by the Supreme Court in the case of Shakti Vahini vs Union of India comes with an air of finality on the proposition which has lingered over for long. The NGO had approached the court to seek … Continue reading What will prevail: The Fundamental Right to choose a Life Partner or Honour Killing?
Recently with the verdict of the Supreme Court calling the practice of triple talaq as unconstitutional has paved a golden way towards religious reforms in the Muslim personal laws against the practices that were derogatory to a woman’s dignity. BUT … Continue reading Beginning of a new epoch for Muslim women
So, next time if the police comes knocking on your door, ask them, “Do you know D.K.Basu?” Continue reading Do you know D.K.Basu?
This article is written by Neeti Rana. Neeti is a student of Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University. Rape causes difficulties during and after pregnancy, with potential negative consequences for both mother and child. In rape cases, there are two … Continue reading Rights of Child out of Rape
The right to know and the right to privacy are two of the most ambiguous legal arena today facing government the court, the public and individuals. The welfare of the society is the primary duty of every civilised state. Right to … Continue reading Right to Information and Right to Privacy: A Critical Analysis of the Act