WRONGFUL CONFINEMENT

Section 340 defines “wrongful confinement,” while section 342 specifies the penalty for it.  It states that if a person is … More

IRON MAN OF INDIA

Vallabhbhai Patel, well known as Sardar Patel, was an Indian lawyer and statesman who served as a leader of the … More

WRONGFUL RESTRAINT

Articles 19 and 21 of the Indian Constitution grants everyone the right to freedom of movement and personal liberty throughout … More

CRIMINAL BREACH OF TRUST

Offenses against property are covered by Chapter XVII of the Indian Penal Code of 1860. Under this Chapter, criminal breach … More

ABETMENT: INTRODUCTION

The idea of abetment broadens the scope of criminal law to include these criminal intentions and punishes them even if … More

MISCHIEF

Mischief in IPC was written with the goal of providing protection against property destruction that results in unjust loss or … More

ANTICIPATORY BAIL

The right to liberty is sanctified as one of the fundamental rights in Article 21 of the Indian Constitution, and … More

UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY

‘All people shall have the right to gather peacefully and without armaments,’ according to Article 19 (1)(B) of the Indian … More

CHEATING IS AN OFFENCE

The Indian Penal Code considers cheating to be a criminal offence. It is done in order to get an advantage … More

AFFRAY

There are some unsettling elements in society who, whether unintentionally or purposely, create a sense of hostility and disrupt societies … More

Patent Law in India

A patent is the government’s exclusive right to prevent others from using, making, or selling an innovation for a set … More

RIOTING

Rioting is dealt with under sections 146 and 147 of the IPC. It usually occurs as a form of protest … More

UBI JUS IBI REMEDIUM

Ubi Jus Ibi Remedium is a Latin maxim that says, where there’s a wrong, there’s a remedy.  If a crime … More

INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Following the Bretton Woods Conference, the year before, the IMF was formally established in 1944. It was founded, along with … More

SURVIVAL OF FITTEST

The word was coined by English sociologist and philosopher Herbert Spencer in his book Principles of Biology, published in 1864. … More

RIGHT TO SLEEP

Sleep is a necessary component of a healthy human existence and well-being. A person’s right to live in a healthy … More

RIGHT TO PRIVACY

Privacy is an undisputed right of a person who is intimately linked to his or her life. When privacy is … More

ZERO FIR

Anyone with the information about the commission of an offence may provide it to the police. The information regarding the … More

DOCTRINE OF ECLIPSE

The Doctrine of Eclipse is based on the notion that a legislation that violates Fundamental Rights is not null and … More