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On September 29, 2020, the National Crime Record Bureau released a report titled “Crime in India”, 2019. According to the report, crimes against women increased by 7.3% between 2018 and 2019. Key Findings of Women Uttar Pradesh reported highest number of cases in both the categories, crimes against women and crimes against scheduled castes Assam ..
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The Delhi High Court in a significant verdict that will have large implications on a large number of rape cases in India, said that marriage is not a “good enough” reason to quash an FIR for rape if both the offender and the victim decided to settle their dispute or got married. The High Court ..
MMC are set of guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India for political parties and candidates to religiously abide by the set of rules provided in the form of blue print during elections mainly with respect to speeches, polling day, polling booths, portfolios, election manifestos, processions and general conduct. Election Commission is empowered to ..
Police evacuated many building in 6 German cities following email threats to the officials. The officials in Chemnitz, Augsburg, Kaisersautern, Neunkirchen and Gottingen received bomb threats to their emails. The evacuation included a 21 storey building where more than 1000 work. The local town halls of all the cities were also evacuated. The police officials ..
The Union Cabinet has recently approved amendments to the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act of 2012 to make punishment more stringent for committing sexual crimes against children. To discourage the trend of child sexual abuse by acting as a deterrent, Section-4, Section-5 and Section-6 are proposed to be amended to provide the ..
Topics: Assault • Capital punishment • Child abuse • Child sexual abuse • Child sexual abuse laws in India • Crime • Crimes • Human behavior • Laws regarding child sexual abuse • Sexual assault • Torture
When a group of people assembles with an intention of disturbing the public tranquility, such assembly is known as an unlawful assembly. Section 144 of Criminal Procedure Code(CrPC) & Curfew provisions are used to prevent such assemblies. Section 144 of CrPC empowers the executive magistrate to prohibit the unlawful assembly of five or more people ..