TRI Vs BIH | Match 154 Oct 16, 2019
TRI 73/1 (17.0)
MEG Vs CHA | Match 155 Oct 16, 2019
CHA 71/2 (16.0)
GUJ Vs TN | Match 153 Oct 16, 2019
GUJ 88/3 (16.4)
NAG Vs AP | Match 159 Oct 16, 2019
NAG 79/1 (15.0)
AND Vs KER | Match 160 Oct 16, 2019
KER 88/3 (15.0)
MIZ Vs SIK | Match 158 Oct 16, 2019
MIZ 50/9 (14.0)
KAR Vs GOA | Match 161 Oct 16, 2019
KAR 115/2 (23.0)
MP Vs RAJ | Match 152 Oct 16, 2019
MP 87/1 (16.0)
MUM Vs JHA | Match 19 Oct 16, 2019
JHA 94/3 (18.0)
ODS Vs UP | Match 157 Oct 16, 2019
UP 100/4 (23.0)
Latest News on Fundamental Rights
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Sep 06, 2019
SC seeks Centre's response on pleas challenging constitutional validity of Section 35, 36 of UAPA ActArray
Aug 26, 2019
Former Jammu and Kashmir interlocutor vouches for third party intervention in Valley, wants Centre to fulfil aspirations of people forthwithThe government is however prepared for the long haul and would not relax its grip until a peaceful situation prevails, which is unlikely in the foreseeable future owing largely to lack of political engagement with mainstream political parties.
Jul 09, 2019
Delhi HC declines plea to direct Centre to criminalise marital rape and make it grounds for divorce, says framing laws is domain of legislatureSince marital rape at present is not a crime, there is no FIR registered by a wife against her husband in any police station, the petition had said.
May 09, 2019
'Asia Bibi is now free': US welcomes Pakistani Christian's arrival in Canada, says blasphemy laws jeopardise fundamental freedomThe US welcomed the reunification of Asia Bibi with her family in Canada, months after her death sentence in Pakistan was overturned.
Apr 24, 2019
PIL in SC on entry of women in mosques: Judiciary must balance freedom of religion and right to equalityA public interest litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Supreme Court by a Muslim couple from Pune, praying that women be allowed to enter mosques.
Apr 22, 2019
TikTok and PUBG ban in India: Is it even constitutional? Strong regulations needed over arbitrary measures to address issuePUBG and TikTok are just examples of new, immersive and disruptive activities in a rapidly evolving technological age. There are a variety of others on the horizon, such as virtual reality, augmented reality and driverless cars.
Apr 12, 2019
Ex-CJI Dipak Misra's argument in favour of non-criminalisation of marital rape insults institution of marriageIt’s safe to say that the non-criminalisation of marital rape remains the biggest blot on the face of fundamental rights jurisprudence in India.
Jan 21, 2019
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Shivakumara Swami passes away, Opposition's rally and Ravi Shastri's legacy; today's must-read storiesShivakumara Swami passes away, Opposition's rally and Ravi Shastri's legacy; today's must-read stories
Dec 30, 2018
MeitY’s draft intermediary guidelines need a relook, but not at cost of fundamental rightsThe amended guidelines fail to actually contribute in any way towards resolving the problems at hand.
Oct 11, 2018
After Sabarimala verdict, Muslim women are all set to approach SC demanding entry to mosques, priesthoodThe Supreme Court verdict lifting a ban on the entry of women in the Sabarimala Ayyappa temple rekindled the hopes of Muslim women in securing their right.