NIA

BLOG- NIA FILES CHARGESHEET AGAINST ONE ACCUSED IN LUCKNOW FICN CASE

On 21.05.2020, NIA files the second Supplementary Charge sheet in RC-01/ 2018/NIA-LKW in the NIA Special Court, Lucknow u/s 120B of IPC r/w Sections 489B & 489C of IPC against JiyaulHaqR/o VillMohabbatpur, PS Kaliachak, District Malda, West Bengal. Earlier two Charge sheets were filed against 5 accused viz. Shiv Bhajan Gupta, KuldeepGupta (A-2), Gurudev @ Vivek Rajput, […]

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WRONGFUL CONVICTION: AN INNOCENT MUST NOT BE WRONGED

Once Bill Rowling OAM explicated the false conviction and the troubles it creates in simple words: “We fail ourselves if a wrong person is in jail. Police, prosecutors and judges are society’s agents: what they do in our name, wrongly or rightly, measures us as a people. One wrong conviction would be too many, if […]

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BLOG- A Brief about what is Zero FIR and its NEED

Introduction What is Zero FIR-                        The increased rape case and missing cases of girls had led us to think that our existing legal system needs many amendments Zero FIR is one of them. A new provision of filing FIR against any person from anywhere was the stepping stone in the legal history but still […]

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Ground of Arrest

BLOG- Right to Know the Ground of Arrest under the Indian Constitution

Under Article 22, Clauses (1) and (2) of the Indian Constitution, a person who is arrested for any offence under the ordinary law has the following rights: The first of these rights is the right to be informed ‘as soon as may be’ of the ground of arrest. This is necessary to enable the arrested […]

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Ban on Crackers

Ban on Crackers: Looking into the Hon’ble Courts Decision which came out near Diwali last year

Ban on Crackers by Supreme Court of India- The Apex Court in a case banned the sale of firecrackers in Delhi NCR. This decision was questioned by many on the ground that it violates their right to livelihood, and freedom of religion. All fundamental rights are subject to certain reasonable restrictions. Thus, by this article, […]

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