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Author – Raj Krishna The Supreme Court of India in the case of K.S. Puttaswamy v Union of India observed that every Indian citizen has a right to privacy under Article 21 of the Constitution. For arriving at this conclusion they relied upon a lot of foreign laws. Some of them have been discussed belowContinue reading “Law of Privacy in Foreign Jurisdictions”
Author- Kumar Mukul Choudhary. An important facet of privacy is criminal procedure and relevancy of evidence. Although the Supreme Court has not dealt with any such issue yet, but recently Bombay High Court has pronounced a verdict on this point of law. The case involved illegal phone tapping of a business man. Although this caseContinue reading “PRIVACY AND LAW OF EVIDENCE”
This blog was first published here. Authors: – Raj Krishna and Teresa Dhar. 1. INTRODUCTION On 27th September 2018 the Apex Court of India unanimously struck down the 158-year old penal provision criminalizing adultery as unconstitutional. Section 497 of Indian Penal Code criminalized a man having consensual sexual intercourse with a married woman without theContinue reading “DECRIMINALIZATION OF ADULTERY LAW: A STEP IN A RIGHT DIRECTION”
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