Suchita Srivastava & Anr. v. Chandigarh Administration
Anuj Garg & Ors v. Hotel Association of India & Ors.
"The apex court, in this case, issued Guidelines to prevent female foeticide. It was further directed that information should be published by way of advertisements as well as on electronic media.
"Both the father and the mother are the natural guardians of a minor Hindu child.
SC Issued Guidelines to prevent sexual harassment against women in workplaces. All complaints of sexual harassment by any woman employee would be directed to this committee."
The three-judge bench comprising Justice S.Mohan, Justice Venkatachalliah and Justice SB Majumdar laid down certain guidelines for the trial of rape case:
"The Court directed the LIC to delete columns demanding the lady candidate regarding the disclosure problems like whether her menstrual period is regular or painless, the number of conceptions taken place; how many have gone full term etc.
Therefore it was held that the provision related to succession under the Travancore Succession Act 1916 is in violation of Article 14 and Article 15 of the Constitution and shall be held as void and the same cannot be made applicable."
"A Hindu female's right to maintenance is not an empty formality or an illusory claim but is a tangible right against property which flows from the spiritual relationship between the husband and wife."
SC while upholding the principle of equality f status put the female employees at par with male employees declared the clause in the regulation of the Company which required that unmarried women were to give up service on marriage was held unconstitutional."