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“Rape”-Texual or Psychological: The need to change Section 375 of the IPC, 1860:
Is ‘Rape’ merely a word described in section 375 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, to be interpreted stricto senso? Or is it a psychological phenomenon to be understood and dealt with, with more empathy and less legality? - - Mishita Jethi - Added Date: 28 Sep 2007

Motive Preparation and Previous or Subsequent Conduct:
the article aims to give a complete understanding about the relevance of motive, preparation and conduct from evidence point of view as far as the criminal cases are concerned. - - Abhirup Ghosh - Added Date: 5 Oct 2007

Law of Evidence: Article focuses on how S.45 of Law of Evidence has been lacking in various aspects. Neither it is according to contemporary needs nor it has been made so to suit the present day need. - - Prateek Deol - Added Date: 9 Oct 2007

185th Report of the Law Commission of India: A Review:
Unable to consider its 69th Report, the Central Government re-entrusted the task of reviewing the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 to the Law Commission - - Arun Soni - Added Date: 17 Oct 2007

Privilege In Matrimonial Communication and the Abuse of Its Sanctity:
Privileged communications exist because society values the privacy or purpose of certain relationships. The established privileged communications are those between wife and husband, clergy and communicant, psychotherapist and patient, physician and patient, and attorney and client. - - Yamini Patel & Ritu Sharma - Added Date: 28 Oct 2007

Prevention of Corruption Act:
Corruption is considered to be one of the greatest impediments on the way towards progress for developing country like India. The economic, social and cultural structure of our country is very strong - - Deboshree Banerji - Added Date: 18 Nov 2007

What will u do when police is coming to arrest you:
situation of person while police come to arrest him - - Arun Soni & Pankaj Bansiwal - Added Date: 6 Dec 2007

Circumstantial Evidence:
Circumstantial evidence is used in criminal courts to decide the fate of accused by establishing guilt or innocence through reasoning. According to Benthem witnesses are the "eyes and ears of justice". - - Sudershani Ray - Added Date: 20 Dec 2007

Media and Child Protection:
With the increasing competition among the different newspapers and news channels at times rights of children are infringed. Recently the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights - - Namita Anne Minj - Added Date: 2 Feb 2008

Accomplice Evidence in Sexual Offenses:
In sexual crimes, the other person usually the woman – may or may not be an accomplice, according as she is, by the nature of the crime, a victim of it or a voluntary partner in it. - - Pranaya Goyal - Added Date: 14 Feb 2008

Prison Reforms In Indian Prison System:
All men are born equal and are endowed by their creator with some basic rights. These rights are mainly right to life and liberty, but if any person doesn’t comply with ethics of the society - - Arnav Sood - Added Date: 15 Feb 2008

Res Gestae:
It is to know the concept of Res Gestae, to know as to what are the transactions which are admissible under this doctrine and most important is to know the test for res gestae - - Mita Barik - Added Date: 5 Mar 2008

Retrospective Operations of Criminal Law:
The great myth of being protected by retrospective laws, especially criminal law is clearly analyzed and examined. The author also through citing various landmark cases portrays the emergence of retrospective laws and where they have been bluntly ignored - - Nikit Bala - Added Date: 14 Mar 2008

Why Do Prosecution Witnesses Turn Hostile:
The most controversial and dilemmatic situation in a judicial process arises when the prosecution witness turn hostile and thus result in the acquittal of the accused - - Manoj kumar bhati - Added Date: 20 Mar 2008

Beyond Reasonable Doubt:
The Article deals with our Criminal justice system and how it sometimes fail to provide adequate justice on account of inability of the prosecution to prove the guilt of the accused "Beyond reasonable doubt". - - Sandeep Chauhan - Added Date: 5 Dec 2008

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