Court : Orissa
Decided on : Dec-11-2013
..... , inter alia 'to have compassion for living creatures' and to 'develop humanism'. if emphatically interpreted and imaginatively expanded these provisions can form the constitutional underpinnings for victimology. 9.2 however, in india the criminal law provides compensation to the victims and their dependants only in a limited manner. section 357 of the code of criminal procedure incorporates ..... decisions in nilabati behera v. state of orissa (1993 2 scc746) and in chairman, railway board v. chandrima das are illustrative of this new trend of using constitutional jurisdiction to do justice to victims of crime. substantial monetary compensations have been awarded against the instrumentalities of the state for failure to protect the rights of the victim ..... with the plight of victims under criminal justice administration and taking advantage of the obligation to do complete justice under the indian constitution in defense of human rights, the supreme court and high courts in india have of late evolved the practice of awarding compensatory remedies no.only in terms of money but also in terms of ..... be provided to reestablish the situation that existed prior to the violations of human rights or international humanitarian law. restitution requires inter alia, restoration of liberty, family life citizenship, return to one's place of -8residence, and restoration of employment or property.13. compensation shall be provided for any economically assessable damage resulting from violations of human .....Tag this Judgment!