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What will happen if Justice Kumaraswamy had got the math he based the Jayalalithaa verdict on wrong? If the Karnataka High Court judge has erred and decides to correct his error, would he have to also review his verdict freeing the AIADMK chief? These ...Sify, 2 weeks ago
26 May 2015 From the section India Victims of marital rape refuse to give up the fight A government minister recently stirred a debate when he told the parliament that marital rape could not be criminalised in India as "marriages are ...BBC, 3 days ago A bad seven days for Indian justice BBC, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: Last week, a Delhi University student posted a screenshot of a lewd message she received from a stranger on Facebook, along with a sarcastic reply she sent him, warning him of the viral fame that awaited him. The shame-fame hit home ...Times of India, 1 week ago
As Vikram Hegde explained in a Legally India column on Livemint yesterday , former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa was acquitted by the Karnataka high court in appeal because it found that only 8 per cent of her assets were illegal (because ...Legally India, 2 weeks ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Reactions on social media; other parliamentarians condemn it Are marriages in India a sacred vow or a license to rape? The question is now being hotly debated over social networking sites and ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
Who doesn't like a dash of desi in their life? Well, everyone in India who is either posh or aspires to be posh. However, the moment you go beyond our subcontinent, brown appears to be warmest colour. All thanks to the dubious pleasures of ...Firstpost.com, 4 weeks ago
India’s highest court has struck down a law that made posting offensive comments a crime punishable by a prison term of up to three years. Section 66A was sweeping and draconian, say free speech campaigners, and was repeatedly abused across the country.Techtree, 2 months ago Say You Like It Navhind Times, 2 months ago Section 66A scrapped: How people on Twitter reacted Media Nama, 2 months ago Now trending #Sec66A: Twitter celebrates as SC scraps 'draconian' act Times of India, 2 months ago
Law student Shreya Singhal wins her legal fight to scrap a draconian law threatening up to three years in prison for anyone who publishes information that annoys or inconveniences others. Since it was enacted in 2000, the controversial Information ...Channel 4, 2 months ago
New Delhi: Lawyers, artists and activists struggling to preserve freedom of expression have welcomed the Supreme Court's decision to scrap the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act and hoped that with the "landmark judgment" ...Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Landmark judgement: How lawyers, artists and activists welcomed scrapping of Section 66A Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
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