The Supreme Court today said that no person can be forced to get vaccinated as right to bodily integrity is guaranteed to an individual under Article 21 of the Constitution. The choice to be vaccinated or not solely lies at discern of an individual.
In a noteworthy judgment, the Delhi High Court allowed a woman to terminate her 28-week pregnancy as the foetus was suffering from defects. This was a departure from the earlier 24 weeks’ limit for MTP.
The effort to fast track the justice dispensation system has reached at a crossroad. The trials of tribunals are no less than that of the fast-track courts (FTCs). Both have got entangled in a web of bureaucratic red-tapism and suffered policy mismatch and confusion. The legal experts on the India Legal.
The Supreme Court today listed the petition for final hearing filed by Kavitha Lankesh, sister of journalist Gauri Lankesh, who was shot dead outside her home, challenging the judgment passed by the Karnataka High Court, which had quashed the charges under Karnataka Control of Organized Crime Act 2000 against accused Mohan Nayak.