Judgements

A judgement in law is a determination by a court of law of the rights and obligations of parties to a legal action or dispute. Judgements contain the court’s findings of fact and conclusions of law, and the court’s orders for relief. Judgements are usually in writing and are signed by the presiding judge.

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SUPREME COURT’S ELECTORAL BOND JUDGEMENT

SUPREME COURT’S ELECTORAL BOND JUDGEMENT

Section Content Introduction The Supreme Court's recent judgment on electoral bonds goes beyond declaring the scheme unconstitutional, emphasizing transparency in political funding. Factual Background The court addressed concerns about transparency, validated the...

TWO FINGER TEST CASE 

TWO FINGER TEST CASE 

Section Content Introduction The Two-Finger Test Case, also known as the per vaginum examination, historically used in rape cases to determine sexual history. Condemned by medical professionals and human rights organizations. Factual Background Involves inserting two...

AYODHYA JUDGMENT

AYODHYA JUDGMENT

Section Content Introduction of Case The Ayodhya Judgment is based on a  land dispute is a prolonged political, historical, and socio-religious debate in India, focusing on a plot in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, considered the birthplace of Hindu deity Ram. Factual...

BILKIS BANO RAPE CASE

BILKIS BANO RAPE CASE

CATEGORY CONTENT Introduction Of Bilkis Bano Rape Case Bilkis Bano, a survivor of the 2002 Gujarat riots, faced gang rape and witnessed the brutal murder of family members.  Factual Background Communal violence erupted in Gujarat in March 2002. Bilkis Bano's family...