Category: Constitutional law

CCTV Cameras in Classroom Ensure Safety of Children, Right To Privacy Not Violated: Delhi High Court

CCTV Cameras in Classroom Ensure Safety of Children, Right To Privacy Not Violated: Delhi High Court Case Title: Delhi Parents Association & Anr. V. Govt (NCT of Delhi)  The case mentioned above states that the CCTV camera installed in the Government schools violate the right to privacy. The Delhi Government has stated to the Delhi

Karnataka High Court quashes POCSO case against husband booked for having sex with minor Muslim wife

Interestingly, the High Court had in another case that the POCSO Act overrides Muslim personal law with respect to the age of consent for sex and hence, sex after marriage with minor Muslim wife would be punishable. The Karnataka High Court on October 10 quashed a rape case and case under the Protection of Children


The matter came before Justice Bahl after the husband filed a Habeas Corpus petition seeking the release of the detained wife, who was in custody at Ashiana Home, Sector 16, Panchkula. The Bench was told that both the petitioner and the detainee belonged to the Muslim religion and had performed ‘nikah’ on July 27 at

Scheme For Appointing Heirs Of Employees On Their Retirement Is Unconstitutional: Supreme Court

According to the Supreme Court, it is against Articles 14 and 15 of the Indian Constitution to appoint employees’ heirs upon retirement or superannuation. An Industrial Court ordered the Ahmednagar Mahanagar Palika to designate the employees’ heirs upon their retirement and/or superannuation in this instance. The directive was based on a settlement agreement between the

Juvenile Justice Act

The transgender community is not protected by any constitutional or legislative provisions: to the Bombay High Court through Maha Transco

The State-owned corporation said that as there is no legal need, the transmission company is powerless to make a reservation for transsexual people. The Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd. (MahaTransco) informed the Bombay High Court that there is no constitutional provision, legislative need, or official government directive requiring job reservations for the transgender population.

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