The Court quashed the proceedings on the ground that the district wherein the school was situated, does not come under the ambit of Karnataka Open Places (Prevention of Disfigurement) Act, 1981.
With 1263 judgments delivered; three Chief Justices of India taking turns to lead the judiciary; a number of judges retiring and a
This roundup revisits the analyses of Supreme Court’s judgments/orders on Hijab Ban Controversy, Punishment for Two-Finger test on sexual assault survivors, Dishonour of Cheques; Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code and more. It also covers reports on confirmation of Justice Dr DY Chandrachud as the next CJI; Justice Hemant Gupta’s retirement; explainers on important law points; career trajectory and important decision of Justice S. Ravindra Bhat and Justice BV Nagarathna.
Supreme Court: The Hijab Ban controversy in the State of Karnataka is far from coming to an end as the bench of
112 significant Reports from 22 High Courts Allahabad High Court Right to Reputation People using cyberspace to vent out anger and
Dismayed as to how all of a sudden that too in the middle of an academic term the issue of hijab is
“The Holy Quran does not mandate wearing of hijab or headgear for Muslim women rather it was traditionally worn as a measure
Karnataka High Court formulated a few questions: Whether wearing Hijab is a part of essential religious practise in Islamic faith protected under
A Full Bench of the Karnataka High Court will pronounce the Hijab Verdict today. Crux of the matter was, the insistence of
Top Story Hijab Case | When Karnataka High Court temporarily restrained students from wearing hijab, religious flags, saffron shawls, etc.: Read
Let’s have a look at the most interesting legal stories reported this week on the SCC Online Blog from High Courts, Foreign
As the proceedings in the Hijab Case are still going on, here we try and look back at one of the decisions
In Nadha Raheem v. C.B.S.E, 2015 SCC OnLine Ker 21660, Kerala High Court’s Single Judge Bench in the year 2015 dealt with
Karnataka High Court: While expressing that, “Endless agitations and closure of educational institutions indefinitely are not happy things to happen”, the Bench