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Custodial Deaths and Role of Judiciary: A Critical Analysis

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The Constitution of India guarantees various rights to a Prisoner or a person in custody under Articles 20, 21 and 22 of the Constitution of India. The Supreme Court of India has interpreted cert...

Heinous Crimes: Why People/Mortals Do So? Crucial Study Of This Hour

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This change is useless if it 'cannot even diminish' the crime itself-eight years of struggle 2012 to 2020 to no avail (we are still in tears) The procure of curriculum just fallen, the cultur...

Custodial Deaths And Misuse Of Powers

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Custodial DeathFor India like country the custodial deaths or custodial torture is not new concept it has long history but basically form British period is highly increased till today we are tr...

Kidney Transplant Racket

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Transplantation is the act of surgical removal of an organ from one person and placing it into another person. Transplantation is required to replace the failed or damaged organ of a person. Tr...

No Skin To Skin Touch, No Sexual Offence: Victim's Justice or Judicial indisc...

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In order to deal with the subject of child sexual abuse , the Government of India instituted a special law in 2012 called, The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act which is a...

Case Analysis: Satbir Singh v State of Haryana

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Satbir Singh v. State of Haryana (2021 SCC Online SC 404) The evil of dowry is unshakeable in the society. The evil of dowry also give rise to more vicious evil of dowry death. The parliament in ...

scope of section 188 of the Indian penal code

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Emergencies and disasters, generally throw unique challenges to the government because of their unpredictability. Whatever may be the other requirements but the response must include a coordinate...

A Critical Analysis Of Mercy Killing: A Good Or Harm To Humanity

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Euthanasia literally means mercy killing. The question posed before the criminologists and sociologists is whether a person who is suffering from an incurable illness or disease be permitted to d...

Presumption of law and fact under section 113-A and 113-B of Evidence Act 1872

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The word Presume, according to grammar is verb transitive and intransitive both arid mean for granted, to take for granted, to assume beforehand. The presumption, is noun according to grammar a...

Victim Compensation Scheme in India

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"Penal laws of ancient communities are not the law of crimes, it is the law of wrongs. The person injured proceeds against the wrong done by an ordinary civil action and recovers compensa...