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Important changes brought about by Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita, 2023-Part 2

1) Recording of evidence of successor of public servant In order to expedite trials, a very timely provision has been added by way of Section 336 of BNSS. Whenever a report/document prepared by a public servant, scientific expert, or investigating officer is supposed to be…

Important changes brought about by Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita, 2023-Part 1

1)   Leniency in plea bargaining The code is also making some other humane changes to show leniency to first-time offenders in less serious offences and simultaneously address the issue of rising population of under-trial prisoners. For instance, in Section 293 of BNSS corresponding to Section 265E…

18 Important Changes Introduced by Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita(BNS) Hindianised Indian Penal code

1)  Community Service As Form Of Punishment Community service has been introduced as a form of punishment under Section 4, although it has not been defined what community service entails. For offences such as attempting suicide to compel or restrain the exercise of lawful power, defamation, misconduct in…

What are cyber crimes? What will be evidence in cyber crime?

Cyber Crimes: An Overview Cyber crimes are criminal activities conducted using computers, networks, or the internet. These crimes encompass a wide range of illegal actions, including but not limited to: Hacking: Unauthorized access to computer systems or networks. Phishing: Fraudulent attempts to obtain sensitive information…

How to prove call details record(CDR) in court as per Indian law?

Proving Call Detail Records (CDRs) in court under Indian law involves several steps to ensure their admissibility and authenticity as evidence. Here’s a step-by-step guide to the process: 1. Obtain the CDRs Legally: Legal Procedure: CDRs must be obtained through a legal procedure, typically by…

Karnataka HC Allows Husband To Initiate Criminal Proceedings Against Wife For Falsely Accusing Him Of Cruelty, Claiming He Had HIV/HPV

While sticking firmly to truth and so also simultaneously most vehemently opposing the gross abuse of Section 498A of the IPC, the Karnataka High Court in a most learned, laudable, landmark, logical and latest judgment titled Sri XXXXXXXXXX vs State of Karnataka & Anr in…


APPELLATE JURISDICTION (First Appeal under C.P.C.) 1. Provisions under which First Appeals are preferred: Against decree, as defined under Section 2(2), regular First Appeal is provided under Section 96, C.P.C. Normally suit concludes by pronouncement of (final) judgment under Order 20 Rule 1. (Such judgment…

Mechanical Addition Of S. 302 IPC Unsustainable

It is definitely to say the least in literal words most refreshing, most rejuvenating and obviously so also most reassuring to note that the Allahabad High Court while leading from the front in a most learned, laudable, landmark, logical and latest judgment titled Rammilan Bunkar…

Divorced Persons when might Marry again

In a benefaction case, a appellant had remarried after he perceived notice in a focus filed by a respondent for environment aside a ex parte direct of divorce and during a pendency of a application. Remarriage of a appellant had not rendered a focus filed…

SAMPLE – DVC Written Argument

IN THE COURT _____________OF CIVIL JUDGE (DISTRICT __________), ____________ SUIT NO. __________ OF 202X   X_______________                                                                                           ….             PLAINTIFF                                                                                 VERSUS     Y_________________                                                                                      …..            DEFENDANT WRITTEN ARGUMENTS FILED ON BEHALF OF THE RESPONDENT That the respondent submits that the petitioner has filed this instant petition…

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