Why Should They Speak Lies: Deceased’s Parents Are Most Natural Witnesses In Dowry Death Cases: SC

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          To begin with, in a latest, landmark and laudable judgment authored by Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre for himself and Justice Indu Malhotra, the Supreme Court in Mahadevappa v State of Karnataka Rep. By Public Prosecutor in Criminal Appeal No. 1261 of 2008 on January 7, 2019 upheld the conviction of a man accused of… Read more »

How to seek Bail in false 498A/406 IPC

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Matrimonial cruelty is the cruelty to which women is subjected to, by her husband and his relatives. Cruelty in matrimonial terms is physical and mental torture caused by the actions of husband and his relatives towards wife. To deal with matrimonial cruelty our constitution makers inserted section 498a in Indian Penal Code which reads as… Read more »

Procedures, Grounds & Judgements to Transfer Case in India

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The Constitution of India is the fountainhead from which all our laws derive their authority and force. Transfer petitions can be presented at various stages of a trial. They can be presented before the High Court or the Supreme Court. They seek that depending on a just cause or reason, you request the Court to transfer your case… Read more »

Arbitration involving consortium of an Indian and foreign entity

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Arbitration involving consortium of an Indian and foreign entity: Treatment under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act. By- Amiy Kumar, Background of the Case:  The Supreme Court of India in a recent judgment passed in Larsen and Toubro Limited Scomi Engineering BHD Vs Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority1, analysed the following issues relating to ‘international commercial… Read more »

PILs IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA…!!!

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PIL that is the “Public Interest Litigation” is directly filed by an individual or group of people in the Supreme Court of India and High Courts of India and judicial magistrate. It was felt that their interests are undermined by the government.In such a situation, the court directly accepts the public good. It is a… Read more »

Criticizing Public Function of Public Representatives by Media and Law of Defamation: An Overview in Indian Perspective

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By:-Dushyant Mainali Media have a role to play in informing the society and freedom of expression must be respected. The fundamental right of freedom of speech is involved in a criminal trial of defamation apart from the right of liberty of the press. In India Courts have time to time observed that in a democracy… Read more »

How to get bail in Section 420 IPC

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            Section 420 in the Indian Penal Code deals with Cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property. 420:Cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property.: Whoever cheats and thereby dishonestly induces the person deceived to deliver any property to any person, or to make, alter or destroy the whole or any part of a valuable security,… Read more »