The constitutional validity of the Himachal Pradesh Freedom of Religion Act, 2006 was challenged.
The claimants contend this ban (total ban on the use of corporal punishment in all schools) is incompatible with their Convention rights.
The issue contested was that the respondent’s (muslim) exclusion from school, due to repeated violations of the uniform code, unjustifiably limited, inter alia, her right under Article 9 of the Convention to manifest her religion and beliefs.
The appellant practised scientology. She planned to get married in a Church of Scientology.
E complained that the exclusion of his son, M, from admission to the appellant school had been racially discriminatory.
The issue was whether Ordinance No. XX of 1984, The Anti-Islamic Activities of the Qadiani Group, Lahore Group and Ahmadis (Prohibition and Punishment) Ordinance, 1984 violates the Pakistani Constitution.
Re Suo moto actions regarding suicide bomb attack of 22.9.2013 on the Church in Peshawar and regarding threats being given to Kalash tribe and Ismailies in Chitra being coerced toconvert to a different sect within Islam or to face death.
Appellant along with other Muslim ladies was plucking Falsa, uttering derogatory remarks against a Holy Prophet
A French citizen filed an application against France to challenge the ban on the full face veil (Law no. 2010-1192 of 11 October 2010 entered into force in France on 11 April 2011, prohibiting any person from concealing their face in public).
The constitutional validity of provisions in the Orissa Freedom of Religion Act 1967