Monthly Archives: April 2012
Tara v State,W.P. (CRL) 296/2012 before the High Court of Delhi In response to an intervention by the Lawyers Collective in W.P. (CRL) 296/2012, the Delhi High Court overturned the forcible detention and transportation of 15 adult sex workers to
The Civil Society Organizations and Networks of People Living with HIV from across the country signed this memorandum, demanding that the HIV/AIDS Bill should be tabled in Parliament at the earliest. The memorandum was submitted to NACO on 24 April 2012
Woman has right of residence where husband lives: HC Granting supremacy to the right of residence of women under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, the Delhi High Court has held that a woman can never be charged
Family court casual in granting divorce: Bombay high court Observing that a family court judge was “casual and negligent” in granting divorce to a man in the absence of his wife, the Bombay high court said it revealed a sorry
57% of boys, 53% of girls think wife beating is justified It’s a shocking revelation in this day and age. Not just Indian men, but even adolescents – in the 15-19 age group – feel that wife beating is justified.
High court pulls up officials on dying declaration In a case of dowry death, the Allahabad High Court on Tuesday held the dying declaration of a deceased as prime facie forged and directed the principal secretary (medical and health) and