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Striking Down of Section 377 of The Indian Penal Code – A Step Towards Constitutional Morality Rather Than Towards Social Morality.
The Supreme Court of India in the matter titled Navtej Singh Johar & Ors v. Union of India & Ors has struck down Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (hereinafter called "IPC") ..
India
26 Oct 2018
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Religious Rights Versus Women's Rights In India
India is known for its cultural diversity globally. And a major credit for the rich cultural asset that we possess goes to the women in the country.
India
4 Jun 2018
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Religious Rights Versus Women's Rights In India
The efforts of Goolrukh Gupta, a Parsi woman who married outside her community, to be allowed entry into the ‘Fire Temple' and ‘Tower of Silence', to attend the last rites of her parents has brought into focus...
India
27 Apr 2018
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Religious Rights Versus Women's Rights In India
The Parsi community is quite exclusive – it allows only Parsis to enter the Fire Temple and Tower of Silence.
India
6 Feb 2018
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Impounding of A Passport - Ambiguity of Applicable Laws Vis. a Vis. Defaulter's Delight
The right to travel abroad has been recognised as an integral right of every Indian citizen. It would not be out of place to mention that it has in fact been recognised as a fundamental right under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.
India
5 Dec 2017
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