A fine of Rs. One Lakh was imposed on the victim to meet the medical expenses and rehabilitation of the minor victim.
Madras High Court said that there was a prevailing practice of exhibiting a Board in all Temples that non-Hindus are not allowed in the Temple premises. It is not known as to why the State had removed the Board. Therefore, it granted interim status quo ante.
Madras High Court: In a petition filed under Article 226 praying to issue a writ of mandamus directing the respondents
Andhra Pradesh High Court: Opining that, a Math, which is a separate institution rendering certain religious and other functions pertaining to a
Fraudulent and illegal encroachments of temple properties is a crime against the society at large.
Madras High Court: The Division Bench of M.M. Sundresh and S. Ananthi, JJ., while addressing the matter expressed that: The classification among
Karnataka High Court: A Division Bench of Abhay Shreeniwas Oka, CJ and M. Nagaprasanna, J., while addressing a matter held that, “right to
Himachal Pradesh High Court: The Division Bench of Narayana Swami, CJ and Jyotsna Rewal Dua, J., disposed of an appeal in the
Chhattisgarh High Court: The Bench of Goutam Bhaduri, J. declared that the priests had no right to claim from the offerings that
Supreme Court: The 5-Judge Constitution Bench comprising of CJ Dipak Misra, Rohinton Nariman, A.M. Khanwilkar, Dr D.Y Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra JJ.,
Madras High Court: In a petition filed, seeking the writ of mandamus, directing the State of Tamil Nadu to construct a ‘Bharat