Key Takeaways The Indian legislators have very thoughtfully made the provisions so that an offender is punished for his actions. Some offences call for fine and in case of inability to make the payment, the Courts also have the power to determine the ..
Key Takeaways Love-Jihad has been on the rise for more than a decade. It came into existence way back in 2009 but was brought into light due to recent incidents. The BJP government has attempted to make many religion based legislations and the States ..
Key Points This article specifically talks about the Section 6, 56, 62, 70, 97 and 483 of the CrPC. There are different types of criminal courts in a State. Every arrested person has to be presented before a Magistrate. The procedure for the summons ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Criminal intimidation is an offence defined under Section 503 of IPC, the punishment for which has been given under Section 506. It gives a protection against any threatening, frightening act which is of a grave nature and which has the ..
Key Takeaways Emergency Arbitration is not expressly mentioned in the Indian provisions but the legislature has made an attempt to include it in the Act. There have been a few cases in India that have dealt with the enforceability of an Emergency Arb ..
Key Takeaways Lawyers have fought for providing justice to the people but they have also been responsible for various incidents that have led to chaos. The lawyers of the Awadh Bar Association have ambushed the voting area and caused damage to not on ..
Key Takeaways This article will help in understanding what going through a divorce feels like and its consequences on a person and his/her family. The article will present a different perspective to divorce. Given the rise in divorce rates, one must ..
Key Takeaways On August 10, 1971, the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Bill was passed by both houses of Parliament and signed by the then-President of India. In Justice K.S. Puttaswamy v. Union of India, it was held that it is a constitutional right ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Indian Penal Code is the most comprehensive law dealing with the different offences and their punishments. It covers a wide range of offences, from murder to petty crimes. One of the offences is causing hurt by one person to another ..
Key points The non-criminalization of marital rape in India proves to be a dreadful slur on the dignity and human rights of women. Exception 2 of Section 375 of the IPC immunes the husband against the punishments of marital rape. Rape of wife under t ..