He also added that wearing of hijab in Islam for some people who were believers was essential and for those who were not believers was not essential.
“See the national impact of upholding such an order, it can be very disturbing and allows invasion of rights of persons who are protected under the Constitution,” Sibal said.
Laying emphasis on the fact that ban of hijab was Karnataka specific and wasn’t a standard practice to hijab, Dhavan said that across the Muslim world and non-Muslim world hijab was permitted.
During the hearing, Mucchala had contended that the HC should not have gone into the interpretation of the Quran.
The judge also gave time for the opponents for filing objections to the bail application on which basis the hearing will start on Friday.
The court dismissed the plea filed by the Anjuman-E-Islam and refused to interfere with the decision of the authorities to permit the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi at Eidgah ground.
One of the appeals in SC has alleged "step-motherly behaviour of government authorities which has prevented students from practising their faith and resulted in an unwanted law and order situation".
As no specific terms of reference were suggested for the house committee, its members are meeting with whoever wants to submit their suggestions and opinion on the issue.
The court said that Articles 25 and 26 of the Constitution embodies the principle of religious toleration.
"Nowadays, in the Government office, corruption has become rampant and no file will be moved without any bribe," said Justice K Natarajan.
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Stating that the detention of Sri Lankan citizens in jail is illegal and unconstitutional, the petitioner alleged that the police officers have failed to discharge their statutory duty.
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The only reason why the applicant had been arrested is that the name of his father was similar to the name of the person mentioned in the warrant.
The accused Irfan Pasha and Mohammed Mujeeb Ulla have challenged the order passed by the Special Court rejecting their bail petitions last year.
“The camera should be equipped with a microphone. The video with audio recording should be retained for a year."
Senior advocate M S Shyam Sundar, who appeared for Pothraj and his father submitted that Chythra is the estranged wife of the businessman and had filed a false complaint.
Similarly, under the jurisdiction of 28 high courts, Delhi stands first among 28 district courts in the country in dealing with cases through video conferencing.
The police have arrested around 30 people in connection with the scam and an FIR has been filed against 10 candidates, including Rachana and Jagrut, so far.
The high court had dismissed the petitions filed by a section of Muslim students from the Government Pre-University Girls College in Udupi, seeking permission to wear hijab inside the classroom.
Rahmatullah and Usmani are office-bearers of the Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamath (TNTJ).