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Hate Speech: A Global Tragedy

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Hate speech, which is a type of expression used to belittle, intimidate, or provoke violence against individuals or groups based on characteristics such as race, religion, ethnicity, gender, or...

Case Comment: Shivaji Chintappa Patil v/s State of Maharasthra

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This case primarily deals with the aspects of murder and the importance of circumstantial evidence to determine the liability of the accused. As per Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 W...

Ramifications of Investigative Agencies Getting Biased

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When an investigative agency becomes biased, its consequences extend far and wide, threatening the very foundation of democracy, rule of law, and public trust in institutions. Such bias erodes ...

Marital Rape: The Licensed Rape

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It's been 77 years of Independence but still the women of our country is not safe and are not truly free and independent. Rape is the most morally and physically reprehensible crime in society,...

Can Bail Be Granted By The Court Without Perusal Of Case Diary?

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Bail is an integral component of criminal justice systems globally, balancing the rights of defendants against society's need for justice and protection. Within this framework, the case diary s...

Object Of Trial: The Quest For Truth And Justice

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The objective of a criminal trial is to mete out justice, convict the guilty, and protect the innocent. Therefore, the trial should be a search for truth, not an overemphasis on technicalities....

Understanding Culpability In Criminal Law

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Culpability is a cornerstone of criminal law, determining the extent of responsibility assigned to an individual for their criminal actions. This essay will explore the complexities of culpabil...

Theft and Extortion: Analyzing Differences

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Theft (Section 378 IPC)According to Section 378 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, Theft is intentionally removing any movable property from the possession of its rightful owner without their cons...

Understanding the Legality of AFSPA: Naga People Movement Of Human Rights v/s...

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The Supreme Court held that the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) is constitutionally valid. Parliament is competent to enact this Act in view of Entry 1 of the State List and Article 2...

Ramifications of Making False Rape Allegations Against an Individual

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The act of filing a false rape accusation can lead to significant and extensive repercussions, affecting not only the accused individual but also society as a whole. Firstly, it is essential...