Criminal Law

CONDITION FOR UNSOUNDNESS OF MIND 

CONDITION FOR UNSOUNDNESS OF MIND Written by-ARNAV VYAS Insanity is provided in accordance with Section 84 of the Indian Penal Code as a defence under Indian Law. However, the term “insanity” is not used under this provision. The Indian Penal Code uses the sentence “mental soundness.” In accordance with the code, the defence of insanity, or that can also be called defence of mental insanity, comes from M’Naghten’s rule. In Section 84 of the Indian Penal Code, a person …

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What is the Burden of Proof required for Unsoundness of Mind?

What is the Burden of Proof required for Unsoundness of Mind? Written by: Abhinav Akash Introduction The Code of Criminal Procedure is enacted for the effective enforcement of substantive criminal law and intends to give a mechanism for smoother delivery of justice. The development of civilization has established the fact that liberty of any person is very important and it is to be dealt with great attention and care, since the Criminal Procedure Code deals …

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Origin and Framing of IPC and its Evolution until now and its major Amendments

Written by: – Punit Sanwal, Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar Origin and Framing of IPC and its Evolution until now and its major Amendments Environment Impact Assessment and Its Changes in India Introduction to Environment Impact Assessment EIA or Environment Impact Assessment could be defined as the study to forecast the good and bad effects of any proposed project or activity on the environment. EIA is a decision-making tool which compares and evaluates different alternative …

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Difference between civil and criminal and civil defamation and what good does that difference do

Difference between civil and criminal and civil defamation and what good does that difference do Written by: Puneet Dhupparh Abstract In the entire life span of a man’s life he finds reputation of his to be the most achievable and prioritised component of life, some might say that money is more important but thatt is an endless debate but still we can say human beings have sacrificed even money and their life for their reputation. …

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LEGAL PERSPECTIVE OF CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA

LEGAL PERSPECTIVE OF CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA -Written by Neha Kumari Bind Introduction “Human Resource constitute the ultimate base for the wealth of the nation” – Prof. Harrison The children are the most valuable asset of a country as they form the human resource of a country and its future depends upon their growth and development. Child labour, being an age old phenomenon, affects the physical as well as the mental health of children thereby …

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