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First Information Report serves as the basic document of any matter when it goes to the court through police. Since the cases very much depend upon how the FIR is registered, it is pertinent to file an FIR in a proper manner. There are some points which should be kept in mind while recording the […]

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Yatrigan kripya dhyan de..  Phalana se dhikana jaane waali gaadi sankya: xxxx 10 ghante deri….. Sitting in the cosy couches in a room well lit by cfls and cooled by coolers/ air conditioners, a not so rare phenomenon of ‘trains getting late’ or ‘cancelled’ is understandable, if it’s due to cause that might sound reasonable. […]

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Confession has been a very delicate issue when it comes to the court of law. Here is everything you might like to know about the law relating to confession. Following are the rights conferred upon the person confessing in the court of Law: 1. A confession can only be recorded by a Metropolitan Magistrate or Judicial Magistrate. […]

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Recently there was a great hue and cry over the verdict of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy case. The victims felt cheated and the nation was outraged. Media did an excellent job by giving it prime coverage. Government had to face the heat. Things began to roll; And the blame game begun. People blaming the State..State […]

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If you are a cell phone user then this is a must read for you. Mobile handset, due to its size, is quite easy to misplace, loose or to be nicked by a passer-by. Hence one must be prepared for such a situation. This article explains the procedure of recovering lost/stolen mobile phone and also the concept […]

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The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) was set up in March 2007 under the Commission for Protection of Child Rights Act, 2005, an Act of Parliament (December 2005). The Commission’s Mandate is to ensure that all Laws, Policies, Programmes, and Administrative Mechanisms are in consonance with the Child Rights perspective as enshrined […]

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Comments Off on DRM and Anti-Circumvention in India- Good, Bad or Ugly?

Back in 2003, when iPods were still at a nascent stage, people who purchased songs from iTunes Music Store (iTMS) faced a peculiar problem. The songs could not be played on more than five computers, and could not be copied into compact discs more than seven times. Furthermore, such songs could not be played on […]

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The Criminal Law (amendment) Act, 2005 has recognized the idea of plea bargaining in the Indian Criminal Justice System. Plea bargaining simplifies the formal legal procedure as well ensures speedier disposal of cases. But the picture has been rather hazy in the minds of laymen. Who is entitled to bargain plea? What are its pre-requisites? […]

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Judiciary is often criticized for delaying the administration of justice. This criticism is in vogue. Different organs of Government and mass media including newspapers and news channels are constantly complaining about the growing number of cases pending with the judiciary at every level. By judiciary, these critics mean only the Judges and judicial officers. Undoubtedly, […]

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