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Don't worry girls 

The more I go through The Indian Penal Code the more I realize that the female counterparts have been given a good safety by our law. 161 more words

General Awareness

BJP-run M.P. clamps down on critics of Narendra Modi’s demonetization. DM of Indore imposes Sec 144. Two arrested

After the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes comes a ban on disagreement. At least two people have been arrested in the Bharatiya Janata Party-run state of Madhya Pradesh for airing criticism against and making fun of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetization move. 663 more words


Standard of Proof of Rebuttal in Dowry Death Cases 

The Supreme Court recently in Sher Singh v. State of Haryana, (2015) 3 SCC 724, while interpreting Section 304B and 113B of the Indian Evidence Act, has held : 709 more words

Criminal Law

Model Answer on distinction between Kidnapping and Abduction.

The distinction between the offence of ‘Kidnapping’ and ‘Abduction’ is often smudged and misconceived. This is because both these offences largely concern taking someone against their will/without consent. 444 more words

Criminal Law

Model Answer on 'Culpable Homicide/Murder, Defence of Grave & Sudden Provocation'

Question :

Accused ‘A’ doing M.A in Ancient History in the year 2008 was staying at University Hostel. On 31-12-2008, ‘R’ the Hostel Warden was returning from lunch at about 1:00 p.m. 882 more words

Criminal Law

Supreme Court on the Law of Sedition.

Section 124A of the IPC has been in the news lately, for a spate of prosecutions initiated under the Section. Therefore, this topic becomes extremely relevant for the exam. 383 more words

Criminal Law

Kidnapping from lawful guardianship – Ingredients

Ingredients of Section 361 Indian Penal Code cannot be satisfied in a case where the minor having attained the age of discretion, alleged to have been taken by the accused person, left her guardian’s protection knowingly (having capacity to know the full import of what she was doing) and voluntarily joins the accused person. 130 more words

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