Author: Shrishti Mishra

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SOCIAL WORK IS A WORK OF HEART

Hamari Pahchan Hamari Pahchan is a Ngo ie. Non-Profit Organisation, well established in Delhi.  Non-governmental Organisations aim at building a society, where no child is deprived, no woman is unsafe and no one is denied an opportunity to showcase his talent. Tarun Mathur is the founder of Hamari Pahchan Ngo and Anjali Mathur the President […]

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TRIAL OF WARRANT CASES BY SHRISHTI MISHRA @LEXCLIQ

Trial of Warrant Cases BY SHRISHTI MISHRA Warrant cases mean the cases which are a more serious offence that is punishable with death, life imprisonment or imprisonment for a term exceeding two years. The trials of warrant cases are conducted by the Court of Session or by Magistrate. If the offence is more serious then […]

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RIOTING (INDIAN PENAL CODE ) BY SHRISHTI MISHRA @LEXCLIQ

RIOTING ( INDIAN PENAL CODE) BY SHRISHTI MISHRA Introduction When force or violence combine with unlawful assembly in prosecution of an unlawful common object, it is said to commit Riot. It is a violent form of unlawful assembly. riots typically consist of disorganized groups that are frequently “chaotic and exhibit herd behaviour. The objective of […]

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UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY IN INDIA – SHRISHTI MISHRA @LEXCLIQ

Unlawful Assembly in India – Section 141 of I.P.C. It defines an unlawful assembly by declaring an assemblage of more than five persons for any purpose specified in the section. The essence of the offence defined in this section is the combination of several persons, united in the purpose of committing a criminal offence, and […]

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ARBITRATION AGREEMENT BY SHRISHTI MISHRA @LEXCLIQ

ARBITRATION AGREEMENT BY SHRISHTI MISHRA What Is an Arbitration Agreement? Arbitration agreements are a popular way for businesses to limit their legal fees and keep disputes out of court. Arbitration agreements are everywhere these days, and chances are you’ve signed a few without even realizing it. You may have agreed to arbitrate disputes when you […]

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