The Kerala High Court has said that obscenity is in the eyes of those who see it.
It is reported in the Navbharat Times that the court, while making a decision on this petition, filed a complaint with the cover of a Malayalam magazine ‘Ghalalakshmi’, the remark said.
On the cover of Malayalam magazine Gharlakshmi, a picture of model Gilu Joseph was printed in which he was seen to be breast feeding a child. Caption was written with picture- Kerala’s mothers are saying, do not be stare at it. We need breastfeeding.
There was a lot of controversy on this cover photo of the magazine and in the Kerala High Court it was filed in a sexual and obscene manner. People were also informed that Joseph is a Christian but in the picture he is wearing vermilion and mangalsula.
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The court dismissed the petition saying that, as the beauty is in the eyes of those who see beauty, the same obscenity is also seen in the eyes of those who see it.
Speaking on the verdict, Chief Justice Dr. Antoine Dominic and Justice Dama Seshadri said that Indian art has always shown the human body with beautifulness. Whether it is Kamasutra and the painting of Raja Ravi Varma or Ajanta statues
The judges also said that the people of earlier roles were more sensible today. Indian Express and Dainik Bhaskar have also given this place a prominent place.
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According to the report, this team of commandos is taking stringent training in the local environment. The NSG commandos are also called ‘Black Commandos’ and ‘Black Cats’. They are known for their futuristic, prompt and strict training.
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Along with this, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Maulvi and Mohammad Ashraf separatist leaders were detained on Thursday.
On the other hand, after implementing the Governor’s rule in the state, Governor NN Vohra has convened a meeting of all the parties on Friday to discuss the current situation of Kashmir.
The Times of India report that the National Crime Records Bureau director, Ish Kumar, has told the government that police should have access to a fixed data base.
They say that access to the base data will help the police to trace the criminals.
This proposal of the NCRB Director has come at a time when there is already a lot of dispute with the authority of the Aadhaar and Personality and the hearing is also going on in this Supreme Court.
A report based on the statement of senior Congress leader Saifuddin Soz in the Indian Express
He has upheld the statement of former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf about Kashmir in which Musharraf had said that Kashmiris would prefer to be free.
Sows, who has been Union Minister in UPA-1, says that Musharraf’s statement about Kashmiris is still true.
Soz wrote a book on the history and struggle and history of Kashmir which will come next week.
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This time the theme of ‘Environment Day’ was also ‘Beat the plastic’ after which this research has surfaced.
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