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1.Lalita Kumari v. State of UP:FIR mandatory in cognizable cases 2.Mohd. Ahmad Khan v. Shah Bano Begum:Section 125 of CrPC Secular 3.D.K. Basu v. State of Bengal:SC guidelines relating to rights of the arrested person 4.Nilabati Bahera v. State of Orissa:Compensation in case of unlawful arrest and detention 5.Sheela Barse v. State of Maharashtra:Rights of women relating to arrest 6.Joginder Kumar v. State of UP:SC guidelines relating to rights of the arrested person 7.Chanmuniya v.

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Deficiency in Insurance Services under Consumer Protection Act 1986 – A Critical View & Challenges Abhay Butle Assistant Professor S.P. College of Law Chandrapur Maharashtra (India) The State was interested in diverting insurance funds for developmental purpose or at least to stop insurance companies from investing the funds in other business enterprises, which might affect prospect of the insured people and property. However, effective the law might be, the control over the funds used and

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The relevant features of The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act – 2015 & Juvenile Justice Rules-2016 By – Md. Faheem Kirmani & Rajshree Aparna Kujur Click here for complete article

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Smt Kavita Devi Alias Kavita … vs The State Of Jharkhand Through The … on 27 February, 2017 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JHARKHAND AT RANCHI W.P. (C) No. 738 of 2017 — 1. Smt. Kavita Devi @ Kavita Dalmia 2. Smt. Neelam Devi @ Neelam Dalmia 3. Girdhari Lal Dalmia — —- Petitioners Versus 1. The State of Jharkhand through the Deputy Commissioner, Giridih 2. The Sub Divisional Officer, Giridih 3. The Anchal Adhikari,

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DD Podhigai telecast an interview with Mr P M Nair, retired IAS officer, who was the Secretary to Dr Kalam Sir when he was the President. I summarise the points he spoke in a voice choked with emotion. Mr Nair authored a book titled “Kalam Effect“. 1. Dr Kalam used to receive costly gifts whenever he went abroad as it is customary for many nations to give gifts to the visiting Heads of State. Refusing

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A has a firearm (pistol), having a licence for the same. B is the bodyguard of A. B in the absence of A or without the written authority of A carries the pistol. A is aware of the fact that B carries the pistol in his absence or without his written authority. My query is can A be charged u/s 30 of The Arms Act ? Query By: Mayank Tushar Topno

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Conference on Medico Legal Jurisprudence

Posted by adminjaj on January 22, 2017
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As per recent amendments i.e., 357 C Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) all hospitals, public or private, whether run by the Central Government, the State Government, local bodies or any other person, shall have to immediately, provide the first-aid or medical treatment, free of cost, to the victims of any offence covered under section 326A, 376, 376A, 376B, 376C, 376D or section 376E of the Indian Penal Code, and shall have to immediately inform the police

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