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Reconstruction or remaking Act of 1867

Reconstruction (1865-1877), the fierce time following the Civil War, was the push to reintegrate Southern states from...

Social liberties Acts or civil Acts (1964, 1968)

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is work law enactment that prohibited segregation dependent on race, shading,...

Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 2016

Authority of Indian Standards (hereinafter alluded to as 'BIS') is a legal body set up under the...

ARTICLE 356

Introduction:If the president is satisfied that a situation has arisen in which the government of the State cannot be carried on in...

Misuse of Section 498-A

Misuse of Section 498-A Cruelty is a social evil that can be defined as inflicting physical or mental...

THE 4 STAGES OF CRIME

STAGES OF CRIME This article is written by Janvi Johar, 2nd year student pursuing B.A.LLB (H)...

Bigamy Law in India

Bigamy comprises of two words 'Bi' and 'gamy' which means 'two' and 'marriage'. Altogether it can be defined as entering into a marital relationship while the first marriage still exists. In the present time bigamy is a punishable offence under IPC and under Hindu Law.

The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2013- Critical Analysis

On- 3rd February, 2013 the Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, also called the anti-rape bill came into force. Widespread protest and agitations against the gang rape on 16th December 2012 forced the legislature to take immediate action by introducing harsher punishments and broadening the ambit and definition of rape.

Culpable Homicide and Murder under Indian Penal Code

In simple words Murder can be defined as killing of a human being by another human being. Under IPC, the concept of murder is dealt in section 299 and 300 which state the definition of culpable homicide and murder respectively.

Cyber Defamation

Cyber Defamation is when the injury to a person's reputation is done through the means of internet or web. The impact of Cyber Defamation is just as harmful as defamation.
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Reconstruction or remaking Act of 1867

Reconstruction (1865-1877), the fierce time following the Civil War, was the push to reintegrate Southern states from...

Social liberties Acts or civil Acts (1964, 1968)

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is work law enactment that prohibited segregation dependent on race, shading,...

Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 2016

Authority of Indian Standards (hereinafter alluded to as 'BIS') is a legal body set up under the...