Three children of Jehovah’s Witnesses faith refused to sing the national anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’ as it ruled against the principles of their religion.
The case was filed under the concerns of black magic and superstitious acts being spread through gifts and monetary benefits.
The morality of cattle slaughter by the Muslim Qureshi community, which had been a lifelong occupation to prosper trade, was attested by the Hindu community on the basis of morality and humanitarian grounds.
The case was filed on the ground that the provisions of the Bombay Act of 1950 contradicted article 25 (1) and flexibility to oversee matters of religion as secured by article 26 (b) of the Constitution.
The case was filed on the exclusion of women of menstruating age from the Sabarimala shrine which was dedicated to a celibate God. The case questioned as to whether this exclusionary practice amounts to discrimination.
The case was placed in question as to whether the Indian Constitution also included the right to ‘convert’ any person to the former’s faith.
The authors state that the Order, established in 1900, is engaged, among other things, in teaching and other charity and community work, which it provides to the community at large, irrespective of race or religion.
The authors of this communication refused to be drafted for military service on account of their religious beliefs and conscience.
Deportation of transgender woman from Denmark to Malaysia.
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