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Criminalization of Politics
It is well known that all parties take the help of criminal elements to dominate the election scene in India. But this process is influencing the mind and the will of the people both to gain the majority to rule the country - - Nidhi Soni - Added Date: 10 Jan 2009

Section 497 penalizes sexual intercourse of a man with a married woman without the consent of her husband when such sexual intercourse does not amount to rape. - - Varad Deore - Added Date: 23 Jan 2009

Section 498 IPC
The article provides an insight to the meaning of cruelty as defined and to be dealt in context to the present section with reference to cases like ‘Kaliyaperumal vs. State of Tamil Nadu’. The article also provides with the constitutional validity of the section 498-A with references to cases like ‘Inder Raj Malik and others vs. Mrs. Sumita Malik’ and ‘Wazir Chand vs. State of Haryana’. - - Richa Mishra - Added Date: 23 Apr 2009

Hostile Witnesses
The Article attempts to highlight the problem of hostile witness that is creating hurdles in the proper administration oj justice and the whole story built upon by the prosecution crumbles down as a house of cards by this lacunae. the author attempts to bring about the present situation, in the light of some relevant cases and also wjat are the steps being taken to curb it as the witness protection programmes. - - Prateek Shanker Srivastava - Added Date: 23 Apr 2009

Victory for Gay Rights in India
In a landmark ruling that could usher in an era of greater freedom for gay men and lesbians in India, New Delhi’s highest court decriminalized homosexuality. - - Manik Grover - Added Date: 14 Jul 2009

Domestic Violence Act - Fundamental rights
Domestic violence is sadly a reality in Indian society, a truism. In the Indian patriarchal setup, it became an acceptable practice to abuse women. - - Dr. G. Indira Priya Darsini & Dr. K. Uma Devi - Added Date: 17 Jul 2009

Status Of Jails In Punjab
The Indian prisons are no better for the reason that economic conditions do not permit to evolve better modes of prison management - - Sarju Gupta - Added Date: 18 Jul 2009

Non-Bailable Warrants
The issuance of non-bailable warrants involves interference with personal liberty. Arrest and imprisonment means deprivation of the most precious right of an individual - - Amitabh Sengupta - Added Date: 11 Sep 2009

Whether Section 377 of IPC Constitutionally Valid
It is humbly submitted that the Part III of the constitution primarily carries the common theme of human right. The international conventions and the principles of natural justice also focuses on the aspect of right to life with the full of dignity and liberty - - Jagruti Dekavadiya - Added Date: 11 Sep 2009

Decriminalization of consensual sex between adults
The Delhi High Court dismissed the Petition in 2004 holding that the question was merely academic and there did not lay a cause of action. A subsequent review petition was also dismissed - - Joyjyoti Mahanta - Added Date: 17 Jan 2010

Dying Declaration by Rape Victims: A Critical Analysis
Dying Declarations are the statements made by a dying person as to injuries which culminated in his death or the circumstances under which the injuries were inflicted - - Varsha Rajora - Added Date: 21 Jan 2010

Capital Punishment in the light of growing phenomena of Global Terrorism
Many countries in the world has done away with the capital punishment as they see as a violation of the Human Rights. However the truth is far from that. Terrorists are people who are not worthy of these principles, they do not hesitate to take the lives of the innocents and yet when it comes to their trials there is a worlwide hue and cry against their execution. This article examines the same highlighting the anomalies which surrounds their execution. - - Poulami Sikdar - Added Date: 14 Feb 2010

Genocide Under International Criminal Law
Genocide is not a wild beast or a natural disaster. It is mass murder deliberately planned and carried out by individuals, all of whom are responsible whether they made the plan - - Mohi Kumari - Added Date: 14 Feb 2010

section 304-A of I.P.C. be a license to kill
Section 304-A was inserted in the I.P.C in the year 1870, for the crimes where neither intention nor knowledge to cause death is present. This section creates an offence which is of rash or negligent in nature. - - Bharat Maheshwari - Added Date: 14 Feb 2010

Privilege Against Self - Incrimination
The main provision regarding crime investigation and trial in the Indian Constitution is Art. 20(3). It deals with the privilege against self-incrimination. The privilege against `self incrimination is a fundamental canon - - Harshit Khare - Added Date: 24 Feb 2010

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