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Skin-To-Skin Verdict: Effect on Male Children

Recently in January 2021, the Hon’ble Bombay High Court’s Nagpur Bench created a huge controversy by delivering a verdict where they acquitted an appellant charged under Section 7 of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act. The judgment comes as a huge shock, especially with regards to sexual assualt against male children.

R.Srinivas Kumar v R.Shametha: Irretrievable breakdown of marriage

The Supreme Court recently dissolved a marriage by exercising its inherent powers under Article 142 of the Constitution, even as it recognised that there is no statutory law for recognising irretrievable breakdown of marriageas a ground for divorce in India Facts  The disputing parties were married in May, 1993, and the wife conceived out of wedlock …

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Indian Young Lawyers Asso. &ors. vs. State of Kerala: Case Analysis

Presently, the instance of ‘Indian Young Lawyers Association v. Province of Kerala and Ors.’ included women’s battle for getting the passage in Sabarimala Shrine Temple situated in the State of Kerala. Women have done a ton of struggle for the security of their privileges. The Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala district in Kerala has been disputable …

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Deloitte Haskins and Sells LLP v. Union Of India: Case analysis

Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Ltd. (IL&FS) is a shadow bank, that means it does not receive any kind of deposits unlike the traditional banks.[1] IL&FS defaulted the payment of dues which amounted to more than Rs. 91,000 Crore. Because of the forthcoming imminent possibility of contagion effect in the financial market, the Central Government …

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National Legal Services Authority v. Union of India: Case Analysis

In National Legal Services Authority v. Union of India & Others, all aspects of mental torment of the LGBT community, as well as neglect and alienation of the community, were ended by the Court’s ruling. Equivalent Citation: AIR 2014 SC 1800 Introduction The lives of humans are full of inconsistencies, however relative to other people, …

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Kalyani, Sarla, President, & Ors. V. Union Of India : Case Analysis

In any civilised society, marriage is the main foundation of a family. Once the partners unite in wedlock, the couple gets bound by different responsibilities, duties, liabilities, and obligations, both legal and customary. Marriage, as an institution, serves the public interest in multiple ways. It is indubitably the foundation of every family, which forms the …

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Om Parkash V. The State Of Punjab  : Case Analysis

The present case is an appeal through Special Leave Petition filed against the conviction order passed by the Punjab High Court under Section 307 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. Equivalent citation: AIR1961SC1782 Facts  The conviction order was based on the following facts: Bimla Devi and Om Parkash (the appellant) were married in October 1951. …

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