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Every Breach of Contract – Does Not Amount to Cheating

The settled proposition of law is that every breach of contract would not give rise to an offence of cheating and only in those cases breach of contract would amount to cheating where there was any deception played at the very inception. 112 more words


A Gateway to loophole in committing the most grievous crime.

As I quote the Indian Penal Code’s Section 375, “Exception- Sexual intercourse by a man with his own wife, the wife not being under fifteen years of age, is not rape.” This exception has created exception for many who will use it as a loophole to evade the crime like rape which has put our country on a real shame stage for past few years, with only the frequency of such crime increasing with the passage of years. 736 more words

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Section 498A : Last Nail in the coffin

What is Indian Penal Code Section 498A :

This law states that :

“Whoever, being the husband or the relative of the husband of a woman, subjects such woman to cruelty shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

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Marital Rape and the Law in India

India has always maintained an apathetic stance when it comes to marital rapes. Every now and then, the pleas of the victims of marital rapes have fell on the deaf ears of the law of the State. 869 more words


Death penalty should be abolished or not?

The Indian Penal Code still punishes some of the serious offenders with death sentences. According to the Indian Penal Code death penalties are sentenced to offenders including in criminal activities like rape, murder, being a party to a criminal conspiracy to commit a capital offense or attempting to wage war, or abetting waging of war, against the Government of India. 344 more words

"Road Rage" Who is Responsible ?

Riding bike or driving car on road is onerous task in Indore. Failure of signals, poor law enforcement, illegal encroachment and bad traffic management is contributing in making situation worst.   585 more words


Understanding the offence of Marital Rape in the Indian context

Abstract: This paper puts forth the need to criminalise marital rape by adducing statistics proving its wide prevalence in India. Comparisons have been drawn from the debates that occurred, in United Kingdom and Canada, when they attempted to criminalise marital rape. 3,464 more words