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Trending: Call for Papers Volume 3 | Issue 2: International Journal of Advanced Legal Research [ISSN: 2582-7340]

The Indian Penal Code

Section 124A and its constitutional validity: Another neglected colonial law

 Abstract “Sedition is bred in the lap of luxury and its chosen emissaries are the beggared spendthrift and the impoverished libertine.”[1] The freedom of speech and expression is a fundamental right guaranteed under our constitution with the essence of providing a sense of security to individuals who aim to attain self-fulfilment or are in some …

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ROBBERY-THEFT OR EXTORTION: A JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION

INTRODUCTION The words robbery, theft, and extortion are generally misunderstood by one another. They’re used interchangeably in daily usage. However, going into the legality reveals that these words are distinct and reward different punishment. A closer look reveals the difference among the terms. Each of those terms is separated from the opposite on the idea …

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Need to Define Limits of Sedition

Recently, an exigency to define limits of Sedition law has been felt by the Supreme Court after taking cognizance of indiscriminate usage of Sedition against critics inM/s Shreya Broadcasting Private Ltd and another v State of Andhra Pradesh, Aamoda Broadcasting Company Private Ltd and another v State of Andhra Pradesh, where FIRs were registered against two Telugu …

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The Indian Penal Code (IPC) vs. The Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC)

 Introduction The laws of our country, India is an extremely wide concept. There are more than 1200 laws in our nation. According to the National Crime Bureau’s (NCB’s) 2018 report, there were more than 50,00,000 lakh criminal cases filed in the year preceding the reporting year.  In such a scenario it is of utmost importance …

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Criminal Conspiracy Under The Indian Evidence Act, 1872

ABSTRACT Under a criminal conspiracy one reason by which an individual is perhaps held culpable for an offense which he didn’t really perpetrate is his being an insider of the conspiring acts to carry out the offense. Through the help of amendments, the Legislative body had brought about laws identified with conspiracy in India in …

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