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Submitted By: P. Hari Karthick, Sastra Deemed University The judgment reads: “What may be offensive and annoying to one may not be to another. That is what renders 66A unconstitutional and vague. Governments come and governments go, the law persists. And the law must be judged on its own merit. 66A is invalid and it cannot ..
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Submitted by: Tarun Ghai, National Law University , Orissa. The number of Internet users has doubled in the last decade, but what is surprising  to see is the fact even after such development, women have been the victim of this development. The offences like stalking, harassment, transfer of obscene material has seen a surge. The ..
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