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Villagers had stopped drunk driver, school staff allowed him to drive: Haryana govt orders probe into Mahendragarh school bus accident, principal among 3 arrested

The Haryana administration has given orders for a comprehensive probe covering various aspects of the Mahendragarh school bus accident

Calcutta High Court: Calling an unknown woman ‘darling’ is sexual harassment; ruling in case of man who asked a policewoman, ‘Kya darling, challan karne...

The Calcutta High Court recently held that calling an unknown woman 'darling' is offensive and sexual harassment.

India’s three new criminal laws replacing British-era IPC, CrPC and Evidence Act to come into effect from July 1

The Union Home Ministry issued a gazette notification to this effect on Friday, February 23, 2023.

‘Mr 420’ is now ‘Mr 316’: How sections for criminal offences have been changed in BNS as compared to IPC

Several sections of the IPC, which were afresh in the public mind about certain offences, have been moved to different sections under the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS).

Center redefines terrorism in new criminal code, includes actions that threaten India’s economic security: Report 

According to Section 113 of the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, those who threaten, or are likely to threaten, the country by causing "damage to the monetary stability of India, by way of production or smuggling or circulation of counterfeit Indian paper currency..." commit a terrorist act.

Stormy parliamentary winter session expected: 21 bills on government agenda, including three to replace IPC, CrPC, Evidence Act

The government is mulling over tabling 21 bills in parliament's winter session, including three to replace IPC, CrPC, and Evidence Act.

Sharukh Saifi set the coach on fire with the intention to kill people: NIA files chargesheet in Kerala train arson case, invokes UAPA, IPC...

NIA chargesheet on Kerala train arson case revealed that accused Sharukh Saifi set the coach on fire to kill people.

Why Section 195 of Draft Bhartiya Nyaya Sanhita needs relook: A ‘religiously neutral provision’ that may end up criminalising criticism of Muslim separatism

On the 11th of August, Home Minister Amit Shah introduced 3 new bills to revamp the criminal justice system of India. These bills Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita and Bharatiya Sakshya Bill will replace the Indian Penal Code, Criminal Procedure Code and the Indian Evidence Act respectively.

As Modi government is revamping criminal justice system by replacing British-era laws, read the major provisions of the 3 bills introduced in parliament

Significant changes have been made in new bills revamping criminal justice system, with laws related to the colonial rule and outdated laws being repealed, and new laws introduced

A step towards curbing the menace of Love Jihad? Amit Shah introduces new Bill that criminalises sexual relations established under false pretences

Amit Shah said that under new criminal law, having sex with a woman by hiding real identity is defined as a crime

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