Defamation and the Law
The attatchments below include a brief yet full description regarding defamation and the law. Types of defamation, conditions of defamation and the punsihments under the various sections of the Indian penal code. Students studying the course law, and subject criminal law can refer to the notes for reference and examination purpose.
ANTI TRAFFICKING BILL NECCESSARY
With the alarming rate of modern slavery, there is a heated debate on whether it is required to introduce a new bill or the one that is in existence is sufficient. Whatever be the matter, the govt has to take stringent measures in this regard in order to free our country that is plagued by human trafficking.
The term 'Crime' denotes an unlawful act and this unlawful act is punishable by a state. A common principle about Criminal Law is that, unless an activity is prohibited by law, it does not qualify as a crime. Incidents of crime hurt not only the individual, but also the state. Therefore, such acts are forbidden and punishable by law. The body of laws which deals with imposing punishments on crimes is known as Criminal Law.