Daily Archives: September 5, 2022

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If custom is proven and does not conflict with public policy, customary divorce is permitted under the Hindu Marriage Act: Chhattisgarh High Court

According to a recent Chhattisgarh High Court decision, provided a custom is supported and is not in conflict with public policy, a Hindu couple can choose to divorce using traditional means. [Duleshwar Deshmukh vs Kirtilata Deshmukh] Subsection 2 of Section 29 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1995, according to a division bench of Justices Goutam

PH High Court Upholds Life Sentence for Man Who Raped 12-Year-Old Niece, Declaring That “Sacred Relationship of Uncle & Niece Was Besmirched”

On Wednesday, the Punjab and Haryana High Court affirmed the life sentence given to a man who had sexually assaulted his own 12-year-old niece in 2008. The Court made the following observation after noting that the accused was the victim’s actual uncle: “The factual matrix of this appeal is unfortunately related to a sordid and

The Delhi High Court is concerned about the "disturbing trend" of lower courts hearing bail requests that are now before the high court.

The Delhi High Court instructs the Center to adhere to the law when transporting camels for the Republic Day Parade.

When transporting camels to the city for their participation in the Republic Day Parade, the Delhi High Court has ordered the Central Government to strictly abide by the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, as well as the amendment to the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (The Transport of Animals) Rules, 2020. The Animal

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