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Bilkis Bano case

Bilkis Bano, a survivor of the 2002 Gujarat riots in India, faced brutal violence, including the rape of multiple family members. In 2008, the Supreme Court of India directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to reinvestigate her case. In 2017, the Bombay High Court upheld the life imprisonment of 11 individuals convicted in connection with the case.                  The court also criticized the state government for its handling of the investigation. Bilkis Bano's case brought attention to issues of communal violence and the need for justice for victims. Bilkis Bano, a survivor of the 2002 Gujarat riots in India, faced brutal violence, including the rape of multiple family members. In 2008, the Supreme Court of India directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to reinvestigate her case. In 2017, the Bombay High Court upheld the life imprisonment of 11 individuals convicted in connection with the case. The court also criticized the state government for its handling o

What is Copyright Act? What are its essential elements?

There are three main methods of human life - art, culture, literature.  These sciences are directly related to the intellectual skills of the human being and their creation depends on the intellectual consciousness of the person.  We also call these genres as gifts from God.  Through all these disciplines, a person gets fame in the world and this is the reason why every person wants to keep all these disciplines intact.  Thus, no person in the world wants anyone else to copy his intellectual style.  Intellectual skill is a privilege of any person.     This right has been protected in Indian law, the law by which intellectual property has been protected is called Copyright Law.     This Act will be called the Copyright Act, 1957.  It will spread all over India.  This Act will come into force on such date as the Central Government may appoint by notification in the Official Gazette.  This Act has been implemented from January 21, 1958.  The main objective of the Copyright Act is to prote

Which laws have been made to prevent juvenile delinquency in India?

According to Section 82, any crime committed by a child in the age group of 0 to 7 years will not be considered a crime because children of this age group have so much understanding or it can be said that their mental development and power of thinking and understanding are  He is not old enough to understand what a crime is.  Because the mental capacity of children does not expand till this age.  According to Section 83, if any crime is committed by children in the age group of 0 to 12 years, it will not be included in the category of crime if the child is mentally deformed.  Section 166 [B] According to this section, if any victim goes to a doctor for treatment and is refused treatment, then there is a provision of 1 year imprisonment for this crime as per Section 357 [C] of CRPC.  will be. [5] Section 305: Attempting suicide or self-immolation by any child will be considered a crime.  Under this, a provision of punishment up to seven [7] years has been made.  [5] Section