Extradition To India

Extradition To India
EXTRADITEE CANNOT BE PROSECUTED FOR ANY OFFENCE OTHER THAN THOSE FOR WHICH EXTRADITION HAS BEEN GRANTED The term “Extradition” implies that one nation giving over an individual to another nation for the purposes of criminal trial or punishment. Treaties between nations and groups of nations govern international extraditions. However, many times it has been seen that Police officials while viola...
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COMPENSATION GRANTED TO WIDOW OF ANTI-SIKH RIOTS VICTIM AFTER 33 YEARS

COMPENSATION GRANTED TO WIDOW OF ANTI-SIKH RIOTS VICTIM AFTER 33 YEARS
COMPENSATION GRANTED TO WIDOW OF ANTI-SIKH RIOTS VICTIM AFTER 33 YEARS In many cases relating to Anti-Sikhs Riots of 1984, neither FIRs have been recorded nor is any evidence related to their death available as such getting compensation from state becomes extremely difficult for the victim's family. One such case come to the Singh Lawyers in which Mr. Navkiran Singh appeared for the Petitioner...
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Stay of Conviction

Stay of Conviction
STAY/ SUSPENSION OF CONVICTION The High Court under Section 389(1) has the power to order that the execution of the sentence or order appealed against be suspended pending the appeal. In certain situations, the order of conviction can be executable, in the sense, it may incur a disqualification to the Accused. Such a disqualification can sometimes cause severe and irrevocable damage to the Ac...
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Right to Passport Extends to Under Trials Also

Right to Passport Extends to Under Trials Also
RIGHT TO HAVE PASSPORT EXTENDS TO UNDERTRIALS ALSO During pendency of a criminal case the accused is presumed to be innocent until he is convicted, however passport authorities seldom share such liberal views and often continue to deny the right of citizens to obtain a passport during the undertrial period. The Constitution guarantees every Citizen the fundamental right to have a passport ...
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TORTURE BY ELECTRIC SHOCK A ROUTINE INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUE USED BY THE PUNJAB POLICE IN INDIA

TORTURE BY ELECTRIC SHOCK A ROUTINE INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUE USED BY THE PUNJAB POLICE IN INDIA
  While 1.3 billion citizens of India celebrated the long weekend of the Indian Independence Day, young Jaspreet Singh @ Jassa Singh, a 22 years old young Amritdari Sikh boy, who is also aGatka teacher by professionwas subjected to the worst kind of interrogation/torture techniques by the Punjab Police between the dates of August 6 to 15, 2016. Jaspreet Singh @ Jassa Singh is an accused in...
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Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (MSME Act) Vs. The Sanctity of A Contract (Arbitration Agreement)

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (MSME Act)   Vs.  The Sanctity of A Contract (Arbitration Agreement)
    In a Civil Petition filed by Mr. Navkiran Singh, Advocate and Mr. Navratan Singh, Advocate, CWP 15528/2016 for quashing of the order of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Facilitation Council Of Haryana dated 06.07.2016 Justice R.S. Malik passed order dated 03.08.2016:-   “Learned counsel for the petitioner places reliance on the Arbitration clause 10...
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COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT EXTENDS TO EVEN THE CHILD ADOPTED BY THE SPOUSE AFTER THE DEATH OF THE EMPLOYEE

COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT EXTENDS TO EVEN THE CHILD ADOPTED BY THE SPOUSE AFTER THE DEATH OF THE EMPLOYEE
  Facts of the case:  - The petitioner is a widow of her husband Late Gurcharan Singh, retired who from BSF and her minor son Karanvir Singh along with three other persons were killed by the CRPF on account of their mistaken identity. Civil Administration as well as the then Governor of Punjab assured the petitioner at the time of cremation of her husband and son that the Government would ...
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