Uniform civil code Current Affairs, GK & News
The Supreme Court said the Constitution framers had hoped for a uniform set of rules but the nation has still not endeavoured to secure for its citizens a Uniform Civil Code. The judgment by the Bench of Justices Deepak Gupta and Aniruddha Bose observed that the government has till date has taken no action. The ..
The Supreme Court on Tuesday admitted for consideration a plea by a couple to lift the ban on Muslim women’s entry into mosques across the country. Based on the plea by a Pune-based Muslim couple the Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Centre, the Waqf Board and the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB). ..
Category: Legal & Constitution Current Affairs
Topics: AIMPLB • All India Muslim Personal Law Board • Article 44 • Articles 14 • Articles 15 • Articles 21 • Articles 25 • Articles 29 • CLAT • Constitution of India • Kerala • Sabarimala • Supreme court • Uniform civil code • Waqf Board • women entry into mosques • Women entry to Sabarimala
Uniform Civil Code refers to replacing the personal laws (based on religious scriptures and customs) with a common set of governing rules for all citizens of India. British Era In 1840s, the British Government had framed the uniform laws related to crimes, evidences and contract (on the basis of a Lex Loci report of 1840) ..