The naked truth: What do Indian laws say about nudity and obscenity?

The law hasn't clearly explained what can or cannot be regarded as obscene; none of its provisions establish a link between nudity and obscenity

Kerala High Court, Kerala HC

Kerala High Court | Photo: Wikipedia

Debarghya Sanyal New Delhi
The Kerala High Court on Monday said that the mere sight of the naked upper body of the woman should not be deemed to be sexual by default and the

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