Marriage, Morals, and the Constitution: Joseph Shine v. Union of India – Part II/II

October 20, 2018 | Thulasi K. Raj

In this NLSIR Online article (of two parts), Thulasi K. Raj and Maitreyi Hegde discuss the judgment in Joseph Shine v. Union of India and argue that while the judgment explored the transformative nature of the anti-discrimination provisions, its appreciation of the right to privacy was unsatisfactory.

Cite:

Thulasi K. Raj, 'Marriage, Morals, and the Constitution: Joseph Shine v. Union of India – Part II/II' (NLSIR Online , 20 Oct 2018) <https://nlsir.com/marriage-morals-and-the-constitution-joseph-shine-v-union-of-india-part-ii-ii/> accessed on 29 Jul 2021