All blogs in Criminal Law
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Terrorism Laws in India ,   UAPA ,   Unlawful Activities (Prevention Act) ,   1967

By Nevin Clinton

What is UAPA?

The Unlawful Activities (Prevention Act), 1967 (hereinafter referred to as UAPA) is a law that aims at curbing unlawful activities that threaten the sovereignty of India. The Act has proved to be extremely controversial due to the fact that there is plenty of scope...

By Lawfarm Team July 27, 2021
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Sedition Law ,   Section 124A of IPC ,   Colonial Laws

By Nevin Clinton

Sedition law has been one of the most controversial aspects of the legal system in India since time immemorial. The law which deals with punishments for rebellion against the established order has been prevalent from the time of the British colonial rule and has been an infamous...

By Lawfarm Team July 20, 2021
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Corporate law ,   Workplace Harassment ,   Vishakha guidelines ,   Article 21 ,   Employment law ,   POSH

By Bhanita Das, Team,

“Is this what growing into an adult woman is—having to predict and accordingly arrange for the avoidance of sexual harassment?”
― CandiceCarty-Williams, Queenie

Sexual harassment involves...

By Team June 10, 2021
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Negotiate Instrument act

One of the common problem which people are facing these days are cheque bouncing. So first things first . cheque bouncing is covered u/s 138 of Negotiable instruments Act ,1881. Which formulades the remedy and procedures regarding the same.

Cases covered u/s 138 are of the nature of criminal...

By Yamini Narang November 12, 2019

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By Jagdeep Singh Arora September 27, 2019

Divorce ,   Child Custody

The biological father cannot be charged for kidnapping his own child.

In the instant matter, the court was hearing a petition filed by Mumbai’s businessman, Sajid Shah for challenging his extradition request from the Netherlands to India. His estranged wife Nazneen has filed a complaint against...

By Satish Kumar September 27, 2019
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#WaqfBoardScandal #KarnatakaWaqfBoardScandal

Article 2. Karnataka State Board of Waqfs: Land Scandal

A. Preface
Under Section 3 (r) of the Waqf Act, 1955, (herein referred to as the ‘Act,’) ““waqf” means the permanent dedication by any person, of any movable or immovable property for...

By Ansari Solicitor Firm September 27, 2019