The preconceived notion that arises due to the constitutional validity of exception (ii) of section 375 of IPC (marital rape), lays out an important aspect in the cases of divorce in family law. What it does is that it proposes that it is not a wrong at all and therefore there is no cruelty either. Although, marital rape has been accepted as a ground for divorce, it has been recognized under cruelty. This article argues that irrespective of the constitutionality of the said section, there is a need for marital rape to be an exclusive ground for divorce.
Hello! This week’s Telawgram update brings you developments from the Supreme Court, High Courts, International Courts and the United Nations. Touching upon the nuances of public law, IT law, criminal law, identity issues, climate challenges and more; we hope to give you an amazing read this weekend! The TeLawgram team will be on a temporary hiatus until the end of March. Happy Reading!
Greetings! This week has seen significant developments in the legal arena with the notification of the latest OTT regulations in India to the enactment of the New Media Law in Australia.
2020 was a tough year for all of us. Regardless, the world has marched on. Countless changes have been wrought worldwide, in all spheres, including law. In furtherance of our goal of providing our readers with updates, we have collected the largest updates over the past year, in India, and have presented them with a curated reading list for your perusal.