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lawstudent
Wrote on 06 November 2016  

not having mark on body may mean there was no opposing but but of the fact that there was no opposing does'nt mean there was consent to intercource. mere submission is not consent .(mathura rape case ) plz correct me if I am wrong.


uday kumar
Wrote on 12 July 2015  

no it can not be said good if inter cource was not forcible then why did the victim scumb injuries. may be she is alcoholic and culprit took advantage of her and his madness end with her death. he should be punished


Nagaraj
Wrote on 26 May 2015  

It is perfect judgement and i hope judges may have applied some % of humanity to appellant


Musadiq
Wrote on 02 April 2015  

right judgement


Srividya Murali
Wrote on 24 March 2015  

good judgement!


sameer
Wrote on 15 February 2015  

It is a commendable Judgement, The learned Judged has perfectly applied the Law on this CASE. Its a precedent to be followed for other Judgements


sameer
Wrote on 15 February 2015  

It is a commendable Judgement, The learned Judged has perfectly applied the Law on this CASE. Its a precedent to be followed for other Judgements


Madansingh Shekhaawat
Wrote on 15 February 2015  

intelligent description!


Dipakkumar J Shah
Wrote on 04 February 2015  

Very Good Judgment and Interpretation of Sexual inter course correctly.


TGK REDDI
Wrote on 14 January 2015  

Good Judgment. Intercourse in early stages of age is inevitably forceful. Injuries are invariably unavoidable. Forceful intercourse on the other hand gives pleasure. How can it be rape?


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