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SC: Docs must help minor rape victims [ Aug 26 2017 : The Times of India (Kolkata)]
The Supreme Court on Friday said minor rape victims should not be forced to knock on the doors of a court for getting permission to terminate pregnancies arising out of sexual offences and favoured setting up of a trust for the benefit of a Chandigarh-based 10-yearold rape survivor, who recently delivered a child after being denied abortion. A bench of justices...
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Not talking to bride for days not cruelty: SC [Sep 08, 2017, The Times of India (Kolkata)]
The Supreme Court said it was not cruelty punishable under the dreaded Section 498A of IPC if no one at the matrimonial home, including the husband, spoke to a newly-wed bride for days. In her complaint under Section 498A to the police, a woman alleged that after her marriage, she stayed with her husband for 20 days, during which she was left completely alone and no...
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Pending instant talaq cases are now invalid [Times of India, Kolkata, 25.08.2017]
The ramifications of the Supreme Court's verdict declaring instant triple talaq as unconstitutional will have a bearing on all pending cases in different courts where Muslim women have challenged divorce given to them under talaq-e-biddat (instant divorce) and their marital status is likely to be restored. Legal experts said all pending cases would be decided...
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A judgment that addresses 21st Century networked society [ Aug 25 2017 : The Times of India (Kolkata)]
The techno-legal community and digital rights activists feel that the Supreme Court's judgment could have a wide-ranging impact on the petition challenging the data-sharing arrangement between WhatsApp and its parent company Facebook, and even on the recent beginnings that have been made in the drafting of a data protection framework by the Telecom Regulatory...
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BY INVITE - Laws for women, not against Muslims [ Sep 09, 2017, The Times of India (Kolkata)]
Muslim women need legislative protection. But the UCC is just a bogey, unless all communities are prepared to give up their own personal laws The reform of person al laws is critical for Indian democracy and citizenship, but it has been neglected too long.On one hand, Muslim women are excluded educationally and socio-economically owing to government neglect, and on...
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SC leaves room for Aadhaar schemes [ Aug 25 2017 : The Times of India (Kolkata)]
There is sufficient leeway for the government to pursue digitisation programmes, many of which are centred around Aadhaar, with the Supreme Court setting out “legitimate state aims“ that can allow linkage of UID with social welfare schemes. The SC's clear-cut reference to national security , prevention and investigation of crime, encouraging innovation...
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`Sec 377 repeal matter of formality now' [ Aug 25 2017 : The Times of India (Kolkata)]
Activists and lawyers working for the LGBT community acclaimed Supreme Court's ruling on the Right to Privacy that also made a strong case for the rights of the sexual minority. Activist Gautam Bhan said SC's reading of the right to privacy as an aspect of dignity and equality , particularly in the case of LGBT rights, was welcome. “We could have gone to court...
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