Section 299 of IPC deals with a culpable homicide which says “whoever causes death by doing an act with the intention of causing death, or with the intention of causing such bodily injury as is likely to cause death, or with the knowledge, that he is likely by such act to cause death, commits the offence of culpable homicide”
Criminal misappropriation and criminal breach of trust mentioned in chapter XVIIth of Indian Penal Code, the title under offences against Property. Section 403 & Section 405 of the Indian penal code, 1860 deals with Criminal Misappropriation of Property, Criminal breach of trust respectively. Section 403 of the Indian penal code deals with criminal misappropriation and prescribes the penalization for the offence. Also, Section 405 & 406 of the Indian penal code deals criminal breach of trust and ascribe punishment for the same in the respective section.
Originally, there was no distinction between various wrongs and there was no compartmentalization like crime, tort or breach of contract. Earlier, the only remedy available for the wrongs committed were punishments like putting the offender in jail. So, a need was felt to differentiate between more serious and less serious wrongs committed. Hence, emerged the concept of ‘Law of Torts.’ A tort is a civil wrong. This is basically a breach of a duty imposed by law, which gives rise to a civil right of action for a remedy not exclusive to any other area of law.
Every citizen of India has some right acquired inherently by birth, fundamental rights are those right which is provided to the citizens of India inherently by birth and some of the rights also available to alien as well, it is deemed essential to protect the freedom and liberties of the subject form the encroachment of power delegated by them to their Government. One of the Rights covered under Fundamental Rights is Right to Equality, it provides that the State shall not deny any person equality before the law and equal protection of the law within the territory of India. Protection Prohibits discrimination on the ground of race, caste, religion, sex or place of birth.
In India marriage is considered to be a sacrament relation between the two-person. When the woman enters into a union, she has some expectation with the new bonds and perhaps wanted to be the same comfort, love and caring as she received in her own house. However, the one custom which persists to degrade the sanctity of marriage is dowry. The demand born out by the in-laws, husband and his relatives created so much mental pressure on the wife, her family, that for them only two options are left either to fulfil that demand or to just bear the harassment reluctantly and pacify the situation. soon the life of the wife becomes miserable and pathetic and this will lead to an insidious state resulting in dowry death.
The ongoing COVID-19 episode is an image of how delicate and erratic our lives can be in an irregular situation. The virus which has changed the manner by which the majority of us live, work or plays out our fundamental everyday capacities is proceeding to expand its grip at a disturbing rate with the effect being felt at different levels like on economic slowdown, hitch the legal system business disruption, trade hindrances, travel obstructions, public seclusion and so on. there are several other serious issues which are coming on our way and yes they cannot be neglected. One of them has been viral on social media with a hashtag Bois locker room.
According to Muslim law, Marriage/Nikah is a contract signifies a permanent relationship, based on mutual consent of the parties, and to undertake the followings Rights and Duties arising out of the contract.Marriage is the matrimonial relation or wedlock which permits the sexual activities between the male and the female, having an objective for the procreation of the child, family and satisfying other basic desire of human for the welfare of the society. These objectives are considered to be fundamental entities for the development of the human race.Like other religions in India, Islam is a strong advocate of marriage, the only way to indulge in sexual intercourse between a woman and a man is through marriage. It is said that there is no celibacy in Islam.