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The landmark Supreme court judgement NALSA v. UOI was decided on 15 April 2014 by the bench which consisted of justice A.K. Sikri and justice K.S. Radhakrishan. The judgement was provided to solve the problems of transgender community and provide them their rights that have been guaranteed by the constitution of India to all its citizens
The Supreme Court again reiterated the importance of Articles 21 and 32 in Rudal Shah’s case. The court observed that by limiting the powers conferred in Article 32, it was doing injustice to Article 21, thereby, robbing the people of their right to life and liberty.
Smt. Sushmita Ghosh, wife of Shri G.C. Ghosh had filed a Writ Petition in this Court stating that she was married to Shri G.C. Ghosh in accordance with the Hindu rites and customs of marriage on 10th May 1984.
A petition under article 32 of the Indian constitution seeking the writ of habeas corpus was filed in the apex court by the applicant, Ayillyath Kuttiari Gopalan, a communist leader. He in his petition stated how he had been detained since December, 1947. At first, he was convicted under ordinary criminal laws and sentenced to imprisonment but later these convictions were revoked by the court.
Whether two Indian parties can choose to have an arbitration seat outside India has been a much-debated question in the Indian arbitral regime. And can two Indian parties opt for a foreign seat?