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May not start hearing in Sabarimala case till Jan 30 as Justice Malhotra on leave, says SC

A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said that Justice Indu Malhotra, the lone woman judge of the five-judge constitution bench which delivered the verdict allowing all women inside the..
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SC dismisses plea for urgent hearing of Sabarimala verdict review petitions; CJI says Justice Indu Malhotra 'on leave'

The Supreme Court dismissed the urgent hearing of pleas seeking a review of the judgment allowing women of all ages to enter Lord Ayappa shrine in Kerala's Sabarimala as one of the judges, Justice Indu..
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Sabrimala Temple case wins the majority of 4:1 judgment . In the panel of judges, Indu Malhotra was against the decision and she supported the ban of Women in Sabrimala Temple. Watch the above video..

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Judge Indu Malhotra on medical leave, SC may not start hearing Sabarimala review pleas from January 22

On September 28 last year, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by the then Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in a 4:1 verdict had paved the way for entry of women of all ages into the Sabarimala temple..
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Sabarimala review pleas in SC unlikely to be heard on 22 Jan; CJI says Justice Indu Malhotra's medical leave reason for delay

Chief Justice of India Ranjana Gogoi said the hearing of the Sabarimala review petitions in the Supreme Court may be delayed as Justice Indu Malhotra is on medical leave.
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Colour me rainbow: Delhi LGBTQ+ community walks to claim their place in society

With happy faces and bodies swaying to drum beats, rainbow revellers took over the heart of Delhi and celebrated 'pride' and their newfound independence, two months after the Supreme Court quashed a..
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Supreme Court to take up Sabarimala review pleas on January 22

In what is being claimed as a victory by few groups, the Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to reconsider its September 28 verdict allowing entry of women of all ages to Kerala's Sabarimala temple. The..
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Sabarimala case: SC defers hearing of writ petitions, to take up review petitions first

SC bench led by CJI Gogoi on Tuesday deferred hearing of three fresh writ petitions regarding entry of women of all age groups in Sabarimala temple. SC said writ petitions would be heard after the..
DNA - Published

AIADMK hails Madras HC verdict on 18 MLAs disqualification, Dhinakaran says 'not a setback'

 In a huge relief to the AIADMK government, the Madras High Court Thursday upheld the June 14 order of the th*en Chief Justice Indira Banerjee disqualifying its 18 rebel MLAs loyal to sidelined leader..
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4 days before Sabarimala reopens, Supreme Court will hear review pleas on Nov. 13

Barely days before the recently-shuttered Sabarimala Temple opens its doors again for devotees on November 17, the Supreme Court will hear the 19 review petitions on its verdict — on November..
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Sabarimala row: Supreme Court may take up review petitions today

In just three weeks after the Supreme Court permitted women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala temple, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi dropped hints on Monday that a decision to hear the review..
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Sabarimala verdict: PIL says testing rationality threat to religion

Using the dissenting judgment given by Justice Indu Malhotra - the lone woman judge on the Constitution bench - the petition said that if all religious practices are to be tested on rationality, none..
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Disclosures to hit tainted netas hard

Those contesting in the upcoming five assembly elections will no longer be able to take advantage of the fine print in poll affidavit to hide criminal cases against them. A candidate's criminal..
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Women who want to visit Sabarimala can't be stopped, we won’t file review plea, says Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan

The Kerala government Wednesday made it clear it has no plan to file a review petition against the Supreme Court order allowing women of all age groups into the Lord Ayyappa Temple at..
DNA - Published

BR Ambedkar wanted quotas for only 10 years: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan questions indefinite reservation

Questioning the effectiveness of offering reservation in education and jobs for an indefinite period, Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan underscored that even the Father of the Indian Constitution, BR..
DNA - Published

Sabarimala Verdict: Supreme Court can't rationalise faith, belief

Justice Indu Malhotra is sole voice of dissent in Sabarimala verdict
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Sabarimala Verdict: Women no children of a lesser God, says Supreme Court

A law enacted in 1965 by the Kerala Government that prevented women of procreative age (10-50 years) from entering Sabarimala temple dedicated to Lord Ayyappa was consigned to history by the Supreme..
DNA - Published

Why Justice Indu Malhotra differed on Sabarimala


IndiaTimes - Published

Sabarimala verdict: 5 key reasons why Justice Indu Malhotra differed with majority view


IndiaTimes - Published

Judiciary must not interfere in matter of religious faith & sentiment: Justice Indu Malhotra


IndiaTimes - Published

'Not for SC to interfere in religious practices': Justice Indu Malhotra dissents against majority judgment in Sabarimala case

Justice Malhotra, the lone woman judge in the bench, passed a dissenting judgment and said that issues which have deep religious connotation should not be tinkered with.
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Supreme Court allows entry of women of all ages into Sabarimala Temple, says practice violates rights of Hindu women

It said religion is a way of life basically to link life with divinity. While Justices R F Nariman and Y Chandrachud concurred with the CJI and Justice AM Khanwilkar, Justice Indu Malhotra gave a..
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'Lord Ayyappa is a brahmachari, needs privacy': Sabarimala board to move court with review plea

The Supreme Court's verdict allowing entry of women of all ages into the Ayyappa temple in Kerala, is 'respectfully acceptable' but the shrine board will move the court with a review petition, said A..
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Sabarimala verdict fine, but what about ground level implementation? Activists voice concern over acceptance

Women activists Friday hailed the Supreme Court judgement allowing women into the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala in Kerala, but expressed concern over its acceptance at the ground level by people. A..
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Kerala Devaswom minister hails Supreme Court's Sabarimala verdict, calls it 'historic'

Kerala Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran Friday welcomed the Supreme Court's verdict allowing entry of women of all ages at the Sabarimala temple and said the "historic" judgement was the..
DNA - Published

Why Justice Indu Malhotra, the sole woman judge on SC bench for Sabarimala, dissented

Justice Malhotra said that issues which have deep religious connotation should not be tinkered with to maintain secular atmosphere in the country.
Zee News - Published

Devotees, not court, to decide religious practice: Justice Malhotra

The Supreme Court on Friday allowed women of all ages in the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala in Kerala.While Justices R F Nariman and D Y Chandrachud concurred with Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and..
Rediff.com - Published

'All devotees are equal': SC allows entry of women in Sabarimala temple

A five-judge bench by 4:1 majority passed the verdict in favour of women devotees. Interestingly the lone lady judge on the bench Justice Indu Malhotra gave a dissent verdict upholding the practice.
IndiaTimes - Published

Supreme Court bulldozes gender barrier at Sabarimala temple, allows entry of woman devotees

A five-judge bench by 4:1 majority passed the verdict in favour of women devotees. Interestingly the lone lady judge on the bench Justice Indu Malhotra gave a dissent verdict upholding the practice.
IndiaTimes - Published

Sabarimala Verdict: Justice Indu Malhotra dissents, says 'courts must respect religious practices'

Sabarimala Verdict: Justice Indu Malhotra dissents, says 'courts must respect religious practices'
DNA - Published

Sabarimala verdict today: Can women enter temple to offer prayers to Lord Ayyappa? Supreme Court to decide

In one of the major verdicts in the ‘right to pray’ movement, the Supreme Court will decide if the women can enter the famed Sabarimala Temple in Kerala and offer prayers to presiding diety Lord..
DNA - Published

Top court strikes down 158-yr-old sexist adultery law

After 158 years, adultery is no longer a crime in India. By a unanimous verdict, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court found this offence contained in Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) to be..
DNA - Published

What's sanctity of marriage then? DCW chair Swati Maliwal slams SC verdict on adultery

A five-judge bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices R F Nariman, A M Khanwilkar, D Y Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra said that unequal treatment of women invites the wrath of the..
DNA - Published

'Husband is not the master of woman': What the judges said on adultery law

On Thursday, the Constitution Bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, along with Justices Rohinton Nariman, AM Khanwilkar, DY Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra declared as unconstitutional the penal provision..
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Adultery decriminalised: What's Section 497 of IPC? Know about Victorian law that became history today

In a unanimous verdict, a 5-judge Supreme Court bench on Thursday decriminalised adultery in India. Making a strong case for gender equality, all judges including Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra..
DNA - Published

Reservation for SC/ST creamy layer struck out

The Supreme Court struck a huge blow to the privileged among Scheduled Castes and Tribes on Wednesday by directing that the 'creamy layer' will no longer be entitled to any reservation benefits. The..
DNA - Published

SC verdict on constitutional validity of the penal law on adultery tomorrow

Will adultery continue to remain a criminal offence under IPC? The Supreme Court on Thursday will give their verdict on it.  On August 8, the apex court had reserved its verdict on pleas..
DNA - Published

Supreme Court asks Parliament to act against its criminal netas

'Unsettled' by the number of politicians facing serious criminal charges, the Supreme Court on Tuesday asked Parliament to urgently consider bringing a law to bar such persons from entering public..
DNA - Published

Can lawmakers facing criminal trial be disqualified from contesting elections? Supreme Court verdict today

A five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, also comprising Justices RF Nariman, AM Khanwilkar, D Y Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra, had reserved its verdict on August 28.
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Supreme Court set for action-packed week as CJI Dipak Misra's stint ends

As Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra packs his bag to call it a day on October 1, his last working day in office, he barely has a minute to rest this week. He is expected to deliver nine path-breaking..
DNA - Published

Headache no more! Supreme Court allows sale of Saridon, 3 other drugs

Popular painkiller Saridon will be available on medical stores across the country, with the Supreme Court on Monday allowing the sale of the drug and three other banned fixed dose combinations..
DNA - Published

Babri Masjid case: Judge seeks promotion, Supreme Court asks for case update

The Supreme Court's (SC) April 2017 order directing fast-track hearing of the Babri Masjid demolition case has slowed down the career of the trial judge hearing the case. With the case to be heard and..
DNA - Published

How do you intend to complete Babri trial within deadline? SC asks Lucknow sessions judge

A bench of Justices R F Nariman and Indu Malhotra also sought the Uttar Pradesh government's response on a plea of trial court judge S K Yadav, whose promotion was stayed by the Allahabad High Court on..
DNA - Published

History owes apology to LGBTs: Justice Indu Malhotra


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Section 377: Still a Long way to go

No doubt, it is a historic judgment. The law against homosexuals has been read down. However, that has not washed away decades of stigma for the people that it most affected. Ask 25-year-old Rohit, who..
DNA - Published

'I am what I am,' says Chief Justice as Supreme Court decriminalises consensual gay sex in India

Consensual sex among adult homosexuals or heterosexuals in private space is not a crime, the Supreme Court unanimously held today, as it struck down part of a British-era law that criminalised it on..
DNA - Published

Section 377: The fate of LGBT community was decided in 50 minutes by Supreme Court

A five-judge constitution bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices R F Nariman, A M Khanwilkar, D Y Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra had assembled at around 11.33 am and started pronouncing the..
DNA - Published

Section 377: History owes an apology to LGBT for ostracisation, discrimination: Justice Indu Malhotra

The Supreme Court on Thursday delivered one of its most landmark judgements yet when it amended Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, and decriminalised gay sex. The 493-page judgement was written..
DNA - Published

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