Indian Evidence Law: Dying Declaration

Authors: Aditya Kohli

This dying declaration is mentioned in section 32-clause (1) of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872. The declaration of dying means a statement of the person in written or verbal form of relevant facts made by that person who has died.

Cyber security infrastructure in India

Author: Abhinav Rana from University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIPU.

Recently on 12th April 2020, the Ministry of Home Affairs advised that the video conferencing application i.e. Zoom is not a safe platform. Due to the pandemic, the country is undergoing a lockdown since 24th March 2020 and all the movements have been stopped…

Circumstantial evidence

Authors: Uttara Roy from NEF Law college and Antish Rathore from Alliance University of law, Bangalore.

In a recent judgement in the case of Md. Younus Ali Tarafdar v/s The State of West Bengal, the accused was acquitted by the Apex Court after a long trial in different courts which lasted 36 years. The appellant had been held…