Monthly Archives: October 2021

Delhi High Court

The use of hookahs in restaurants and bars violates the state’s fire safety act, COTPA, according to the Delhi government

The use of hookahs in restaurants and bars violates the state’s fire safety act, COTPA, according to the Delhi government The Delhi Government has informed the Delhi High Court that the use and service of hookahs in restaurants and pubs violates the State’s Fire Prevention and Safety Act, 1986. The Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products

Plea in Supreme Court seeks to stop event in Delhi calling for India to be declared Hindu Rashtra

The Supreme Court Explains the Difference Between “Preparation” and “Attempt To Rape”

Facts The Supreme Court clarified the difference between “preparation” and “effort” to commit rape when upholding a man’s conviction for attempted rape. In this instance, the accused was found guilty under Indian Penal Code Sections 376(2)(f) and 511. In an appeal, the Madhya Pradesh High Court changed it to a conviction under Section 354 of

Supreme Court

Civil Dispute Is Turned Into a Criminal Offense: Supreme Court Says Criminal Proceedings Shouldn’t Be Used As Harassment Instruments

Civil Dispute Is Turned Into a Criminal Offense: Supreme Court Says Criminal Proceedings Shouldn’t Be Used As Harassment Instruments The Supreme Court comments last month in a decision that rejects criminal proceedings against a property buyer that; a civil dispute had been given the appearance of a criminal offence. The High Court should examine whether

Law on Multiple FIR’s

Law on Multiple FIR’s The First Information Report is recorded under Section 154 of the Criminal Procedure Code. According to this Section, the FIR can be registered only in cognizable offenses. Doctrine of Sameness According to the Doctrine of Sameness, two different FIRs relating to the same incident cannot be registered. Even according to Section

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