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What Are the Different Types of Crime

What Are the Different Types of Crime Under Criminal Law– Written By Naphtal Introduction Criminal law is a special branch of law that deals.

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Difference Between Concurrent and Consecutive Prison Sentences

Concurrent vs Consecutive Prison Sentences: What Is the Difference?– Written By Naphtal When it comes to criminal justice, one of the most critical.

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Battered Women: Indian situation and Defences

This Article is written by Divyanshi Shukla a 1st year B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) student at National Law Institute University, Bhopal. This Article highlights the pertinent Issue of.

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Theft under IPC: All about it

Introduction Chapter XVII (378- 382) of Indian Penal Code,1860 deals with the Offences Against Property. Theft, in layman terms means the taking of.

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Criminal breach of trust

Introduction to Criminal breach of trust The Indian Penal Code of 1860 under Chapter XVII provides for offences against property. Criminal breach of.

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Difference between Kidnapping and Abduction

This Article defines about Kidnapping and Abduction and also lays a difference between them. The offence of kidnapping relates to taking away of.

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Difference between culpable homicide and murder

This Article defines about culpable homicide and murder. All acts of murder are culpable homicide, but all acts of culpable homicides are not.

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Sedition Law in India

INTRODUCTION The Indian Penal Code, 1860 deals with offences against the State under Chapter VI (Section 121 to Section 130). And, the sedition law in.

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Right to Private Defence (Sections 96-106 IPC)

f a person does an act while exercising his right of private defence, his act would be no offence (Section 96). Right of.

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Stages of Crime

The stages of Crime are enumerated below Intention– Intention is the first stage in the commission of an offence. But the law does.

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