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Who Enjoys  Immunity  From Arrest In India?

Who Enjoys Immunity From Arrest In India?

There are certain privileges enjoyed by different portfolios of serving to the Government of India for upholding the honor of the capacity of their office. Basically, these privileges serve the office and are bestowed upon it but is enjoyed by the person holding that office. These privileges are enjoyed so that they can discharge their duties under that office free from any encumbrances. These privileges are mostly enjoyed by the constitutional portfolios, not administrative but are subject to exceptions.

Rape Laws in India- The Heinous Crime Decoded

Rape Laws in India- The Heinous Crime Decoded

Rape is the fourth most common crime against women in India. The demonstration might be completed by physical power, or where the individual is under danger or control, or with a man who is unequipped for legitimate assent. As indicated by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) 2013 yearly report, 24,923 rape cases were accounted for crosswise over India in 2012. Out of these, 24,470 were carried out by somebody known to the victim (98% of the cases). 

Male Rape: A Reality Check

Male Rape: A Reality Check

A critical extent of victims of rape or other sexual brutality occurrences are male. For the most part, rape is still idea to be a wrongdoing against ladies particularly although many cases of male-victim rape have turned out to be subject of open discourse. Rape of guys is as yet forbidden, and has a negative implication among hetero and gay men. When we hear “rape”, our psychological picture is typically that of a male culprit and a female victim. Be that as it may, men do get raped. Similarly as quite a few years prior, the rape of ladies and youngsters was dismissed and on the whole denied, so likewise has the rape of men. Many individuals acknowledge how every now and again the rape of men happen, furthermore, even less know how to react in a way that consciously helps the victim. While a few people may recognize that a few men are raped in jail, most don’t think the sexual infringement of grown-up guys happens in the more extensive network.

Evolution of Indian Legal System: Pre and Post Independence

Evolution of Indian Legal System: Pre and Post Independence

when we look at the judiciary of India, it is very well organized and systematic. The credits of the formation and relevance of laws dating back to ancient India when Kautilya wrote Arthshastra around 300BC. Manusmriti was compiled between 200BC and 100AD. Thus, the various sources of law relied upon by kings at that time were shrutis, smritis, puranas, dharma sutras, etc. And the study of these memorable books is evidence that in ancient India we had a well-developed and sophisticated system of administration of justice. Sir William Jones, who came to India in 1774 as one of the first judges of the Supreme Court of judicature of Bengal, learned Sanskrit and undertook an authoritative translation of Manusmriti.

Partition between India and Pakistan: the Divisional Line of Independence

Partition between India and Pakistan: the Divisional Line of Independence

It seemed yesterday, when we were under the British crown until the midnight of August 14 of 1947, when the first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru announced during his speech about our freedom from the 190 years of British rule. When the whole world was sleeping, undivided Bharat was awakening out of joy of being free. That day, the Aazaan of Muslims and the bell of temples were heard at the same time. But, no one got offended, because, irrespective of religions, the prayers were heard.

Judicial reforms in India

Judicial reforms in India

Judicial reform is the complete or partial political reform of a country’s judiciary. Judicial reform is often done as a part of wider reform of the country’s political system or a legal reform. Judges in democratic countries are independent and impartial. An independent and impartial judiciary and a speedy and efficient system are the very essence of civilization. 

Terrorism, Technology and Juvenile

Terrorism, Technology and Juvenile

landmark cases Madan Singh vs. State of Bihar section 2(k) of the Juvenile Justice The literal meaning of terrorism is the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians with an object to fulfil a political aim. Legally, it is both mala prohibita, which means the crime that made illegal by legislation and mala in se, which means crime that is inherently immoral or wrong. There is no universal definition for terrorism. Various agencies interpret the term with different definitions.

Honour Killing- An Evil that Refuses to Die

Honour Killing- An Evil that Refuses to Die

An honour killing or a shame killing is the homicide of a member of a family, due to the perpetrators’ belief that the victim has brought shame or dishonour upon the family, or has violated the principles of a community or a religion, usually for reasons such as refusing to enter in an arranged marriage, being in a relationship that is disapproved by their family, having sex outside marriage, becoming the victim of rape, dressing in ways which are deemed inappropriate.

Tackling Crime without Proper Evidence – The Doctrine of Res Gestae

Tackling Crime without Proper Evidence – The Doctrine of Res Gestae

res gestae’ may be defined as those circumstances which are the automatic & undersigned incidents of a particular litigator’s act & which are admissible when illustrative of such act. These incidents may be separable from the act by a lapse of time more or less appreciable. A transaction may last for weeks. The incidents may consist of saying & doing of any one absorbed in the event, whether participant or bystander: they may compromise things left undone as well as things done.”

The Journey of Triple Talaq in India

The Journey of Triple Talaq in India

landmark judgements Nowadays use and status of Triple Talaq in India is a subject of controversy and is connected to debate about a uniform civil code (Article 44) in India. Triple Talaq is a form of instant Islamic divorce also known as talaq-e-biddat and talaq-e-mughallazah especially by adherents of Hanafi Sunni Islamic schools of jurisprudence.