By Bhavneet Vohra July 29, 2016
Vipin Mittal is a2nd year student of JGLS, Sonepat
In the year 1860, the British passed the Indian Penal Code with Section 309, which criminalized Attempt to Suicide. Before I argue in favor of decriminalization of suicide, a look at the reasons as to why this provision could have been enacted by...
Bailable and Non- Bailable Offences
The offences and their punishments have been given under Indian Penal Code, 1860 (hereinafter referred as IPC) and the procedure for the same has been given in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (hereinafter referred as CrPC). Under CrPC, the...
By Shinjini Kharbanda,
Associate, Phoenix Legal, New Delhi
The recent sexual harassment case of Tarun Tejpal (editor of investigative journalism magazine, Tehelka) has brought to the fore the inept redressal of sexual harassment complaints within the Indian companies. The Supreme Court of...
Anupama Sharma, Advocate, Rajasthan
“Speech has consequences. Lies, implicit or actual, can inflict real monetary and emotional harms”[i]
Defamation: A Cyber Crime.
Information Technology came up as a boom to the society and increased its expanse at an explosive speed. But with every bane comes...
Adultery has many different synonyms such as unfaithfulness, infidelity, disloyalty, unchastity etc. and all these synonyms with respect to women points toward the same legal definition of this word under law as having the voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person that is...
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