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An Analysis Of The Statutory Rape Dichotomy
An Analysis Of The Statutory Rape Dichotomy

The Supreme Court of India delivered a landmark judgment in the case of “Independent Thought Vs. Union of India (W.P. (c) No. 382 of 2013)” on the 11th of October, 2017, whereby it read down...

Curious case of the Mohd. Farooqui trial
Curious case of the Mohd. Farooqui trial

Two very well settled principles of criminal law are – Innocent till proven guilty and to be proved guilty beyond reasonable doubts. Both are not absolute and have subtle variations differing from...

Exercise of Inherent Powers sans Responsibility
Exercise of Inherent Powers sans Responsibility

The Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 makes a distinction between compoundable and non-compoundable offences (Section 320 of CrPC). Compoundable offences are of a less serious nature than...

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