If the act is not obscene, or is not done in any public place, or the song recited or uttered is not in or near any public place or that it caused no annoyance to others, no offence under Section 294(b) of IPC is committed.
Kerala High Court: Mohammed Nias C.P., J., quashed the proceedings against the petitioner for obstructing a police officer from performing his duty.
Madras High Court: The Division Bench of N. Kirubakaran and B. Pugalendhi, JJ., while addressing the instant matter ordered an Interim direction directing
Kerala High Court: P. V. Kunhikrishnan, J., addressed a matter wherein a mother uploaded a video on social media wherein she was getting
Kerala High Court: In its well-wrought judgment, the Division Bench comprising of Antony Dominic, C.J. and Dama Seshadri Naidu, J. observed that “shocking
Madras High Court: While deliberating over the conflict between freedom of expression of a writer and offending moral and religious sentiments of
Bombay High Court: While allowing the criminal revision application filed by well known actress Mallika Sherawat, A.B. Chaudhari, J. established the rule