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    Many people differentiate between Criminal law and Civil law on the basis of reliefs available to the sufferer i.e. Punishment in criminal law and remedies under the civil Law. This is technically incorrect, because there are certain offences for which only monetary compensation has been given. With Punishment, fine is also imposed on the offender 

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    The preamble of our constitution declares that the people of India gave themselves and adopted the constitution of our country. Irrespective of being Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikhs etc, they were people of India & they knew only one thing i.e. “We the people of India.” India, no doubt, is the most diverse nation be it 

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    Divorce, as we know, is the legal way of dissolving a marriage.  Dissolving a marriage by free will and living separately is called as divorce by mutual consent . After the advent of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, all personal matters of Hindu marriages are governed by this statute.  Also, marriages done  by Jains, Sikhs etc 

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    Public Interest Litigation (PIL), these days, is an effective tool to promote social justice.  Largely, its a form of judicial activism that aims to address the issues of social welfare through Courts of Law. Now the question is, what is PIL?  It’s litigation that aims to address any public interest or issue that is for 

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    In Criminology, the term ‘White Collar Crime’ was defined by sociologist Edwin Sutherland in 1939. It is a non violent form of crime which include large amount of theft and fraud. These crimes involve a huge amount of money for the purpose personal financial gain. White Collar Crimes are those crimes which are committed by 

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