The Supreme Court in its Judgment in Sabarimala case, in effect, held that Ayyappa devotee women of whatsoever age cannot be denied entry to the shrine to offer worship of Lord Ayyappa. The judgment does not consider any rights of non believers of Ayyappa to enter the shrine as of right. It also does not … Continue reading SC Has Not Recognized Right Of A Non Ayyappa Devotee To Enter Sabarimala For Activities Other Than Offering Prayers/Worship
The Supreme Court has overwhelmingly depended on the case Shatrughan Chauhan vs. Union of India to decide the issue of commutation of death penalty of the assassins of Rajiv Gandhi, our former Prime Minister. The SC held in Shatrughan Chauhan case that “ If there is undue, unexplained and inordinate delay in execution due to … Continue reading Why commutation of Rajiv assassins death penalty is legally right ?
The message, the photograph wants to convey is that the colour of skin matters little and love champions over colour. Picture promotes love affair, leading to a marriage, between a white-skinned man and a black skinned woman. We should, therefore, appreciate the photograph and the article in the light of the message it wants to convey, that … Continue reading Nudity is not obscenity if it carries good message : SC
Important observations by Hon. Supreme Court in Birju Vs. State of M.P. can be read below The case before SC was about killing of a child aged one year who was in the arms of his grand-father, for which the accused was awarded death sentence by the trial court, which was affirmed by the High … Continue reading Prior record of the conviction,a relevant factor in awarding Death Sentence, only if it has attained finality : SC