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Journal for Law Students and Researchers [JLSR]  is an Online Journal with ISSN[O]: 2582-306X and 9 indexings, which is quarterly, Peer-Reviewed, published online and JLSR seeks to provide an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Reviews, Case Comments, Research Papers, Essays in the field of Law.

JLSR welcomes contributions from all legal branches, as long as the work is original, unpublished, unplagiarized and is in consonance with the submission guidelines.

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Dates : 2nd January, 2021 & 3rd January, 2021

Day 1 :

Speaker: Abhishek Tripathi, Founder at MANCH National Speakers Assembly.

About :

Abhishek Tripathi is the founder of MANCH National Speakers Assembly. He is a certified Diplomat from American Centre, Embassy of USA, New Delhi.  He is a passionate public speaker and his area of interest includes Mooting, Debating and Legal research. He has excelled in Various Moot court competitions including Runner-Up and 2nd Best Speaker in 3RD TILA International Moot Court Competition on Energy And International Law, 2nd Runner-Up in JINDAL-SURANA Moot Point Series by Jindal Global Law School and Surana & Surana International Attorneys and various Debate Competitions inter alia Best Speaker in Adi Shankaracharya Memorial Debate, TRI-FORMAT Debate, NATIONAL EXTEMPORE COMPETITION etc. He also holds various reputed publications in well known Newspapers and Journals including The Daily Guardian, The Asian Chronicle, Indian Journal on Crime and Criminology, International Journal of Advanced Legal Research, International Journal of Law Management and Humanities etc.

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Day 2 :

Speaker 1 : Ashish Agarwal, Founder & Partner at The Legal Chronicle.

Speaker 2 : Aakriti Vikas, Founder & Partner at The Legal Chronicle.

About Speakers :

Ashish & Aakriti graduated from School of Law, Christ University this year (and were supposed to be practising in Delhi). Ashish & Aakriti have won competitions like NLSIU PIL Moot court Competition, Amity International Moot Court Competition, Al-ameen National Moot Court Competition, etc. They were always passionate about practical aspects of law like Research Papers, Mooting, etc. and wanted to teach these things to students who find it difficult for themselves. So, during pandemic they started anorganization named “The Legal Chronicle” where they assist students learn these practical concepts.

Topics which would be covered :

1. How to draft perfect memorial
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3. How to go about oral rounds and answer questions of judges and
4. How to decide the best Moot court for you.

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LEXSTRUCTOR NATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY [ISSN : 2582 – 7081] is online, free access journal dedicated to express views on varied legal issues, generating diversified research emerging areas.

This journal also encourages the intent of young law students, professionals and members of academia to contribute to the field of law and various aspects of technology. The scholarly response of legal personalities shall be able to aid the lawmakers into the process of ever-changing dimensions of law, technology and policy domains. 

LEXSTRUCTOR NATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY calls for ORIGINAL and UNPUBLISHED Research Papers, Short Articles and  Case Comments for its upcoming Volume 1 Issue 2, February 2021.


We are interested in receiving submissions on any contemporary issues in the law as well as its interrelation with the technology, e.g., but not limited to e-commerce, cybercrime, biotechnology, competition, intellectual property and  any current social-legal issues. 

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This case analysis is written by Aanchal Rawat, a 2nd year student of R.N.P.I.S.L. & J.

Case Number

Criminal Appeal No.46 of 1963

Equivalent Citation

1965 AIR 942, 1965 SCR (1) 243


Hon’ble Justice J.R.Mudholkar, Hon’ble Justice K.Subba Rao and Hon’ble Justice M. Hidayatullah.

Decided on

 9th September 1964

Relevant Act/ Section

 Indian Penal Code

Section 361: Kidnapping from Lawful Guardianship

Section 363: Punishment for Kidnapping

Brief Facts and Procedural History

In 1960, S. Natarajan was Assistant Secretary in the Department of Industries and Cooperation of the Government of Madras. At that time he with his wife and two daughters was living in Nungambakkam. Rama was the oldest daughter, Savitri was the youngest daughter. Rama at that time was studying in the Madras Medical College; Savitri was a student of the second year B.Sc. Class at Ethiraj College.

While living there, Savitri the youngest daughter of S. Natarajan became friendly with a neighbour named Varadarajan who was residing in the house next door of S. Natarajan. They both Starting talking with each other. On 30th September 1960 at 9:00 am, Rama saw both Savitri and Varadarajan talking to each other; she had also seen them talking to each other previously many times. So, Rama asked Savitri why she was talking to Varadarajan, Savitri in return told her that she wanted to marry Varadarajan. On the Same Day, Rama told her Father (S. Natarajan) about Savitri and Varadarajan when he returned home around 11:00 am. When S. Natarajan went to ask Savitri about it, she started crying, but did not say anything. So on the same day, S. Natarajan took Savitri to Kodambakkam to live with his relative (K. Natarajan) with the thought of keeping Savitri far away from Varadarajan for some time.

On 1st October 1960, Savitri left the house of K. Natarajan around 10:00 am and telephoned Varadarajan, to meet her at a particular road in that area and, she walked to that place. When she reached there, Varadarajan had already arrived in his car. Savitri got into the car and then both she and Varadarajan went to the house of P.T. Sami at Mylapore intending to make him the witness of their marriage at the Registrar’s office. They picked up P.T.Sami and then they went shopping at Govindarajulu Naidu on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road where Varadarajan purchased two genders and Tirumangalyam which were selected by Savitri and then they went to the Registrar’s office. There they registered their marriage and, as witness P.T.Sami and P. K. Mar, a person who was co-accused before the Presidency Magistrate, but was acquitted by him signed the document. After registering their marriage, both Varadarajan and Savitri went to Ajanta Hotel and stayed there for a day. Varadarajan purchased some Sarees and blouse for Savitri and, on the next day, they went to Sattur by train.

On 4th October 1960, they went to Sirukulam and lived there for 10 to 12 days and then went to Coimbatore and then to Tanjore. In Tanjore, they got found by the police who were investigating the kidnapping case of Savitri on the Complaint made by S. Natarajan.

They both returned to Madras on 3rd November 1960.

The case went to Madras High court; there the court convicted Varadarajan guilty for kidnapping and awarded One-year Rigorous Punishment to him. Then Varadarajan appealed against the judgement given by the High Court of Madras in Supreme Court. He appealed by special leave. The Supreme Court Acquitted the Appellant (Varadarajan) from the sentence passed by Madras High Court.

Issues before the Court

  • Whether a minor can abandon the Guardianship of his or her guardian?
  • Whether taking out of lawful Guardianship has been established or not?

Ratio of the Case

The court observed the following things:

  • Savitri admitted that on 1st October 1960 she left the house of K. Natarajan and telephoned Varadarajan to meet her at a particular place. From the words said by Savitri, we can see that Varadarajan did not suggest Savitri leave the house of K. Natarajan and nor did Savitri left the house at the instance.
  • Savitri had stated that she wanted to marry the appellant. Varadarajan had not forced Savitri to go to Registrar’s office and to marry him. 
  • The insistence of marriage came from Savitri and not from Varadarajan. 
  • The fact that Savitri accompanying the appellant all along is consistent with Savitri’s own desire to be the wife of the appellant in which the desire of accompanying him wherever he went was implicit.

The Court observed that the appellant was not guilty of taking away Savitri out of the keeping of her father. Savitri voluntarily accompanied Varadarajan and, the law does not cast a duty on Varadarajan of taking Savitri back to her father’s house or even of telling her not to accompany him.

Savitri was not a child of tender years that she cannot think for herself. She was on the verge of attaining majority. Savitri was capable of knowing what is good and bad for her. Savitri was an educated girl as she was a senior college student and, she has been living in the city probably all her life. So she was capable of thinking for herself and acting on her own than an unlettered girl who lived her whole life in a rural area. 

No offence under Section 361 has been established as the appellant has not taken Savitri out of the Guardianship of her father. She voluntarily left. 

Following cases were referred to in the court:

  • Abdul Sather’s case (54 M.L.J. 456.) 
  •  R. v. Kumarasami (2 M. H. C. R. 331.) 
  • State v. Harbansing Kisansing (I.L.R. [1954] Bom 784.)
  •  Reg. v. Christian Olifier (X Cox’s Criminal Cases, 402.).
  •  Rex v. James Jarvis (XX Cox’s Criminal Cases, 249.)
  •  Rajappan v. State of Kerala (I.L.R. [1960] Kerala, 481.) 
  • Chathu v. Govindan Kutty (I.L.R. [1957] Kerala, 591), 
  • And many more cases.

Decision of the Court

The Court held that no offence under S. 363 has been established against the appellant and therefore he is acquitted.

Also, the Sentence and conviction passed upon him was set aside.

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The High Court has observed that all satellite TV channels telecast advertisements that contain nudity for promoting condom sales that are ruining young mind. Such advertisements are intentionally breaking the Cable Television Network Rules, 1994 and the Cable Television Network Act, 1995. The HC said that such content affects younger minds. The court had ordered to remove the “vulgar” teaser of movie ‘Irandam Kuththu’ from all the social media platforms.

High Court has observed that some condom advertisements, telecast by satellite TV channels, look like porn films that is spoiling younger minds. The court said such advertisements portray women in a manner that violates norms of decency established by various laws.

The court made this decision after hearing a PIL, filed by KS Sagadevaraja seeking directions to the Centre and the state government to take action against cable operators and TV channels for airing “vulgar” and “obscene” content.

‘Vulgar’ ads violate laws

After 10 pm almost all TV satellite channels, telecast some ads which contain nudity for promoting the sale of condoms for the profit.

The court temporary order to restrain the satellite channels to telecast content with vulgarity and obscenity, and sough response on programmes’ censorship as prescribed under the Cinematography Act, 1952.

HC ordered removal of ‘Irandam Kuththu’ teaser 

The court had ordered to remove the teaser of film ‘Irandam Kuththu’ from social media platforms on November 11. The court had observed that the teaser exhibited obscenity that would corrupt the minds of youngsters, which, in turn, would result in an increase of crimes against women and minors. 

Reported By:-Pankaj Sharma

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