Introduction The Contempt of Courts Act, 1971, is a fundamental piece of legislation in India aimed at maintaining the sanctity and authority of the judiciary. Contempt of court encompasses actions or expressions that disrespect or challenge the integrity, authority, or dignity of the court. This act is essential for preserving the functioning of the legal
Introduction In the modern digital landscape, online gaming has emerged as a global phenomenon, offering entertainment, competition, and interaction to millions of players. India, with its vast population and increasing internet penetration, has witnessed a significant surge in online gaming enthusiasts. However, this surge has also brought about the need for a clear understanding of
Introduction: Begging, an age-old practice tied to poverty and inequality, remains a pressing social issue in India. The complex interplay of socio-economic factors has led to discussions regarding the criminalization of begging. This article delves into the nuances of the Criminalization of Begging in India, exploring its historical context, legal framework, challenges, and the need
Author: Aprajita Priyadarshni EQUIVALENT CITATIONS CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 338 OF 1999 BENCH Mr. S. S. Shinde INTRODUCTION In the present the accused has been convicted by the Trial Court for offences under Sec 363, 366 and 376 of the Indian Penal Code for falsely inducing a minor girl for marriage and taking her away from
Author – Sandhya Pant (The ICFAI University, Dehradun) INTRODUCTION Customs law is a branch of indirect tax law that governs the import and export of goods across international borders. It regulates the collection of duties on imported goods and imposes restrictions on exports and imports. Custom duty is a tax levied on goods imported into a country.
Author: Tenzin Woeser (National Law University, Delhi) It seems as if the world has turned a blind eye towards the atrocities, edging on the crime of genocide, that China has been committing against Tibetans since 1959. The event has failed to garner international support for the cause of Tibetans’ identity. Whether it is the rise
Author: Ashish Saha (The ICFAI University, Dehradun Bench (Judges): Justice P.N. Bhagwati, Justice R.S. Pathak and Justice A.D. Koshal. (3 judge Bench also called Division Bench). Petitioner: Hussainara Khatoon & ors. Respondent: Home Secretary, State of Bihar. Citation: 1979 AIR 1369, 1979 SCR (3) 532. Background of the case: This case is the landmark case
Author: Arghya Sen (Amity University, Kolkata) Abstract The article “Self-Incrimination vs Confession: Legal Differences” provides an in-depth analysis of the contrasting concepts of self-incrimination and confession in the context of criminal law. It explores the legal implications and constitutional provisions governing these concepts in India, highlighting their differences and significance in the criminal justice system.
EQUIVALENT CITATIONS: Appeal (crl.) 530-531 of 2003 BENCH: Mr. Justice Doraiswamy Raju, Justice Arijit Pasayat. INTRODUCTION: In Indian Penal code,1860 it has an chapter which covers the offence carried out by group of persons by assembling unlawfully in section 149. In order to convict someone on this section it’s necessary to prove common object not
Author: ANUSHA C GUDAGUR CITATION: 6 SCC 263 BENCH: Justice Arijit Payasat, Justice S.H. Kapadia INTRODUCTION: The case of Priya Patel vs. State of Madhya Pradesh stands as the landmark case for being the only case where the question of, whether a woman be prosecuted for gang rape has been taken up. It was an