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Right to justice is one of the fundamental rights and one of the primary rights of any individual. The Preamble to the Constitution of India guarantees to all citizens, social, economic and political justice. One of the prime objectives of the Indian Judicial system is to ensure that justice is...

By Shruti Das March 09, 2015
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Every owner of a property has three basic rights in his property which are, firstly, the right of ownership which means that he has the title to the property, secondly, that he has the exclusive right to possess and enjoy the property in any lawful manner he wishes and thirdly, he has the...

By Aditya Marwah February 18, 2015
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General diary ,   first information report ,   judicial magistrate ,   police atrocity ,   cognizable offence ,   police station ,   FIR ,   accountability of police ,   code of criminal procedure ,   the police act ,   section 44 of the police act ,   refusal to register a complaint ,   station diary ,   daily diary ,   unique annual number ,   difference between GD and FIR

Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely
-By: John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton

What is the Difference between General Diary and First Information Report?

General diaries (GD) are records which maintain information about all the cases that are brought to the police...

By Apoorv Pandey February 18, 2015
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Today we have come a long way from the times when ‘an eye for an eye’ was the norm. We now have established institutions to take care of any conflict or dispute that arises in our society. However, our awareness and education about the due process and procedure of these Courts have not grown...

By Sarthak Vidyarthi February 18, 2015