India is not anti-religious to oppose any religious faith. Secularism represents, in a true sense, universalism and freedom, which are the essential characteristics of secularism

Excerpt: The State is secular in the sense that the Government will not associate itself directly with any religion; but at the same time, every religion and faith are equally honoured and every citizen is free to practice his own religious belief. India is not anti-religious to oppose any religious faith. Secularism represents, in a … Continue reading India is not anti-religious to oppose any religious faith. Secularism represents, in a true sense, universalism and freedom, which are the essential characteristics of secularism

Bijoe Emmanuel & Ors vs State Of Kerala & Ors

Supreme Court of India Bijoe Emmanuel & Ors vs State Of Kerala & Ors on 11 August, 1986 Equivalent citations: 1987 AIR 748, 1986 SCR (3) 518 Author: O C Reddy Bench: Reddy, O. Chinnappa (J) PETITIONER: BIJOE EMMANUEL & ORS. Vs. RESPONDENT: STATE OF KERALA & ORS. DATE OF JUDGMENT11/08/1986 BENCH: REDDY, O. CHINNAPPA … Continue reading Bijoe Emmanuel & Ors vs State Of Kerala & Ors