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FIR must in complaints about serious offences: Supreme Court
Nov 13, 2013
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday made it mandatory for police to register a first information report on receiving a complaint about a serious offence, freeing criminal investigation from the rampant abuse of discretionary powers by the local thana in-charge. …

NHRC can’t punish cop, high court says

Sep 17, 2013

ALLAHABAD: The Allahabad high court has quashed the orders passed by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) giving punishment to a police officer on the ground that there is no provision under which order of punishment could be passed by it. …

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Bail, not jail, the norm, says SC, but the reality is opposite

Sep 8, 2013

MUMBAI: Bail, not jail, is a dominant principle of criminal law practised by every mature democracy and in India often in its breach. Be it A Raja or Kanimozhi in the 2G case, Suresh Kalmadi in the CWG case or Asaram, facing an unproven sexual assault charge, once a case becomes high profile courts are diffident to grant bail even if that flies against the express directive of the Supreme Court. …

Punish convicts for the crime as well as its brutality, Supreme Court says

Apr 25, 2013

NEW DELHI: The increased brutality in committing crimes, including gang rapes in the recent past, has not been lost on the Supreme Court, which has promised to the society that the accused if convicted would get adequately punished not only for the crime but also for their depravity. …

Compensate rape victims: SC

Apr 25, 2013

NEW DELHI: Victims of sexual assault need a completely different treatment than what is meted out to them by the society and state authorities, the Supreme Court has said and ordered all states to implement its 18-year-old directive.

The 1995 judgment of the apex court had directed setting up of Criminal Injuries Compensation Board and said it could take up the task of determining the amount to be paid by the offender to rape victims who incur huge financial loss apart from carrying the unwarranted stigma. …

‘Car thief’ demands top cop’s apology

Apr 14, 2013

NEW DELHI: Dubbed a 'known car thief' by Delhi Police, which slapped 55 cases on him, Irfan Ali will now settle for nothing less than a written apology from the police commissioner.

Ali has approached the Delhi high court, demanding that the police chief apologize as the cops used him as a "fill in the blank" for all the unsolved car theft cases since 1991. For being framed, Ali has also sought a compensation of 80 lakh as he suffered "mental harassment, humiliation, physical agony and judicial custody". …

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