The petition said the Karnataka government has denotified ‘the Hindu Religious Institutions and Charitable Endowments Act, 1997,’ therefore, it will not apply on the Gokarna temple and the management should be given back to them.
The petitioner is the daughter of late Ashok Adiveppa Madivalar, who was working as Secretary in the office of the Agriculture Produce Marketing Committee, Kuduchi village, Belgaum District and died in harness
The Constitution, through Articles 15 and 16, seeks to crystallise the idea of “complex equality” and the trilogy of Pavitra v Karnataka illustrates this. The apex court has thus emerged as the moral pedagogue of social justice.
Tina Turner’s famous song could well illustrate the unsettling phenomenon taking place in UP, Haryana, MP and Karnataka where girls are allegedly lured by Muslim men. The states are now thinking of a law against it.
The Karnataka High Court has confirmed the life sentence awarded by a trial court to seven people involved in the gang rape of a law student. The Court has suggested that a law should be framed at the national level prescribing death penalty for the gang rape of women.
While the Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court objected to the appointment of retired judge Bhimanagouda S Patil as Upa-Lokayukta in the state, the government has gone ahead and announced its decision.