Landmark Judegement

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5 historic judgments that changed our lives in 2019

Saying that "Devotion cannot be subjected to gender discrimination", the Supreme Court removed a ban that prevented women between 10 and 50 years of age from entering Kerala's Sabarimala temple.

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Aadhaar Constitutional But Conditions Apply

A five-judge bench of Supreme Court on September 26, 2018 ruled that Aadhaar was constitutional but making it mandatory for availing government services was unconstitutional.

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Decriminalistion of Gay Sex - Section 377 Partly Struck Down

The Supreme Court, in a landmark judgment which came out in early September, decriminalised gay sex holding that consensual sex between two adults was covered under the right to privacy.

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Adultery Not A Crime

The Supreme Court unanimously struck down a 150-year-old law that considered adultery to be an offence committed against a married man by another man.Defined under Section 497 of the IPC, adultery law came under sharp criticism for treating women as possessions rather than human beings.

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Live-streaming Of Supreme Court Proceedings

"Sunlight is the best disinfectant," said the Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra and ordered live-streaming and video recording of the court proceedings yesterday, September 26.

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