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ekamber Wrote on 12 July 2011

But is it not correct to understand that disposal can also include dismissal of the petition



Deposing Evidence as a "DNA" Expert Witness

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A. Patrawala Advocate Wrote on 12 July 2011

Our learned friend should have exposed more tricks of the business to separate chaffs from the grains...



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Srinivas Jerripothula Wrote on 12 July 2011

Sir its very useful information. I will be very greatful for you. With regards J. srinivas Advocate Hyderabad



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A.Lawrence Peter Shaw Wrote on 12 July 2011

Thanks,Please go to the link for full judgment



S.90IPC + S.376IPC = Rape??

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vishalkumar Wrote on 12 July 2011

A great article.. However it also crops certain queries.. 1) how do u differentiate between a false promise and a breach of promise. Because, a promise when made is just a promise (since u cannot ascertain the intention of promisor at this stage) however it turns false only when it is breached. Isn't it?? 2) according to me such cases cannot be framed under s. 376 since none of the ingredients of s. 375 covers this issue. 3) also there is another important issue wrt point no 1: there is always a possibility that at the time if making d promise, accused had an intention to marry the victim and this intention continues till the alleged offencw occured however his state of mind changes later..



S.90IPC + S.376IPC = Rape??

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vishalkumar Wrote on 12 July 2011

A great article.. However it also crops certain queries.. 1) how do u differentiate between a false promise and a breach of promise. Because, a promise when made is just a promise (since u cannot ascertain the intention of promisor at this stage) however it turns false only when it is breached. Isn't it?? 2) according to me such cases cannot be framed under s. 376 since none of the ingredients of s. 375 covers this issue. 3) also there is another important issue wrt point no 1: there is always a possibility that at the time if making d promise, accused had an intention to marry the victim and this intention continues till the alleged offencw occured however his state of mind changes later..



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arvind yadav Wrote on 12 July 2011

its very usefull...thnx



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Arif Iqbal Wrote on 11 July 2011

Indeed a trendsetting judgement... thanks for the information... can I have a copy of the judgement



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Ravinder Kumar Wrote on 11 July 2011

Very very useful post sir, thanks..



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PJANARDHANA REDDY Wrote on 11 July 2011

PLEASE CORRECT CR.P.C 436 AS 438, ANTICIPATORY BAIL PROVISION IN CR.P.C IS SEC 438.


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