The Karnataka High Court will deliver its judgment today at 10.30 am in the petitions filed by female Muslim students against the ban imposed by certain colleges in the State on wearing hijab.The judgment will be delivered by a three-judge Bench of Chief Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi and Justices Krishna S Dixit and JM Khazi.The hearing before the Bench had lasted 11 days before the Court reserved its verdict on February 25.The Bench on the very first day of the hearing passed an interim order directing students not to wear hijab, saffron shawls (bhagwa) or use any religious flags while attending classes in colleges which have a prescribed uniform.Read Day 1 arguments here.Read Day 2 arguments here.Read Day 3 arguments here.Read Day 4 arguments here.Read Day 5 arguments here.Read Day 6 arguments here.Read Day 7 arguments here.Read Day 8 arguments here.Read Day 9 arguments here.Read Day 10 arguments here.Read Day 11 arguments here.LIVE UPDATES BELOW..Section 144 (Prohibitory Orders) CrPC imposed in Bangalore City and many parts of Karnataka from today till March 21 by Police in view of Hijab judgment of Karnataka High Court..We have formulated few questions and have answered: Chief Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi..1. Whether wearing hijab is essential religious practice under Islam? 2. Whether wearing hijab is essential religious practice under Islam?f freedom of expression and right to privacy? 3. Whether GO of February 5 was issued without application of mind and manifestly arbitrary?.Answers: - Wearing of hijab my Muslim women not part of essential religious practice under Islam. -Prescription of school uniform is only a reasonable restriction which Students cannot be object. - Government has power to issue GO.