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Offences Relating to Religion

October 27, 2020

Author : Aparna Singh Overview Section XV of IPC sets down arrangements identified with offenses identifying with religion. This Chapter of the Indian Penal Code is introduced on the rule that opportunity to follow one’s religion is a basic aspect of one’s privilege and accordingly strict conclusions must not be insulted. In any case, this […]

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COPYRIGHT RULES IN INDIA

COPYRIGHT RULES IN INDIA

October 26, 2020

Author : Kriti Gandhi Copyright is a exclusive right of the Copyright Owner. Where the right to copy or reproduce a work the author acquires copyright. It is a product of human ability and mental capacity to do something creative. Includes writing, play, music and other creative activities. Copyright often creates Right to Rem and […]

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General Exceptions to Right of Private Defence

General Exceptions to Right of Private Defence (Section 96-106)

October 23, 2020

Introduction: Section 96 – 106 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), 1860 states the laws concerning to the right of private defence of person and property. It is the prime duty of the State to safeguard the life and property of the individuals, but no state, regardless of how large its resources, can afford to […]

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Domestic violence- A Harsh Truth

Domestic violence- A Harsh Truth

October 23, 2020

Author : Shivanjali Mane “Women are the only exploited group in history has been idealized into powerlessness”[i] Introduction Domestic violence is one of the sad realities on Indian society.  India since very long back following patriarchy system of the society, and now it was accepted that abusing women is acceptable practice in Indian society. This […]

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RIGHTS OF ARRESTED PERSON

RIGHTS OF ARRESTED PERSON

October 22, 2020

AUTHOR : SEHNAZ KHATOON ARREST Arrest is seizure of foreseeable restrain to any person by the police send by legal authority. During this process the liberty is deprived of the person by detaining the person in the custody with the order of legal authority. Arrest is very important tool for the person who is charged […]

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DOUBLE JEOPARDY

DOUBLE JEOPARDY

October 19, 2020

AUTHOR : LIPI SHARMA A historical common rule prohibition on multiple trials is known as double jeopardy or stated as the person once committed cannot be tried for same offense. The doctrine of double jeopardy has been conceptualized in the constitution of India under article 20(2) which clearly states that no person shall be subjected […]

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OFFENCES RELATED TO MARRIAGE

OFFENCES RELATED TO MARRIAGE

October 19, 2020

AUTHOR : LIPI SHARMA INTRODUCTION In India, as a great nation, a woman is symbolized as a goddess, an idol of respect and devotion to the gods. We all have been brought up in such a way that summons the highest honour and respect for the fairer gender. In spite of that, it is disheartening […]

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EXAMINATION OF ACCUSED UNDER SECTION 313 OF Cr.P.C

EXAMINATION OF ACCUSED UNDER SECTION 313 OF Cr.P.C

October 19, 2020

Author : Sweta Upadhyay ABSTRACT This article is about the examination of accused person under section 313 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973. The core believe of the Indian  Judicial system is  “It is best that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer”. To fulfil this fundamental requirements of Natural Justice section […]

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EVIDENTIARY VALUE OF F.I.R

EVIDENTIARY VALUE OF F.I.R

October 18, 2020

AUTHOR : LIPI SHARMA INTRODUCTION Before getting to the core discussion of the article it’s important to say that procedural laws in India is one among the foremost interesting topics which ultimately supports the substantive a part of law in its true implementation. The overall principle, is that a FIR can’t be depended upon a […]

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Vodafone Case on Retrospective Tax

Vodafone Case on Retrospective Tax

October 18, 2020

Author : Gopika Sasi Introduction The British telecom giant Vodafone Group plc, won a decade long-battle against the Indian Government over demand for Rs 22,100 crore in taxes using retrospective legislation. The arbitration case was against India’s tax demand stemming from a retrospective change in the nation’s tax law. [1] In 2014, Vodafone International Holdings […]

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