Consent in relationships can change over time: Supreme Court refuses to quash rape case

The top court also directed the Karnataka High Court to take steps to mask the name of the rape survivor in all court records concerning this case, after finding that her name had been disclosed in a Court order.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

A sexual relationship may be consensual at the beginning but does not necessarily have to remain so, the Supreme Court recently observed while refusing to quash a rape case [Rajkumar v State of Karnataka and anr].

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