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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

Manoj Kumar Pandey Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

..... pandey involved in case crime no. 4615 of 2010 under sections 306, 109, 384, 467, 506, 294 ipc and 2 (c)/4/6 indecent representation of women act, 1986 p.s.baradari district bareilly be released on bail on his furnishing personal bond and two sureties each in the like amount to the satisfaction ..... krishna learned counsel for the applicant submits that even assuming for the sake of arguments that the applicant can be tried for the offence under the indecent representation of women (provisions) act, 1986 which otherwise is not attracted in the present case, the same is a bailable offence and that the applicant is entitled for bail. ..... them on a computer website which is being utilised by him to blackmail them including the victim after her marriage. the photographs depicted are allegedly indecent. 5. a first information report was lodged by the victim on 14.12.2010 with the aforesaid allegations that the applicant who is a computer ..... for doubt that the applicant is habitual and therefore bail should not be granted. it is further submitted by him that the overt and covert acts of the applicant can lead to further complications and suicidal attempts and therefore the ingredients for the offences for which he is charged are available. ..... . the applicant is an employee of rohilkhand university. 2. he is alleged to have committed an odious crime through an indecent exhibition of the victim's photograph that is not only contemptible but also dangerous to her reputation. he has also tried .....

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Dec 12 2006 (SC)

Ajay Goswami Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2007SC493; 2007(2)ALD70(SC); 2006(14)SCALE317; (2007)1SCC143

..... 1958), or(ii) any temple, or on any car used for the conveyance of idols, or kept or used for any religious purpose.]sections 4 and 6 of the indecent representation of women act, 1986 are also in existence.in view of the availability of sufficient safeguards in terms of various legislations, norms and rules and regulations to protect the society in general and ..... obscene materials and articles. section 292 of the indian penal code prohibits and punishes selling, hiring, exhibition, circulation, possession, importation, exportation of obscene material. sections 3 and 4 of the indecent representation of women act also imposes a prohibition on the publication or sending by post of books, pamphlets etc, selling, hiring, distributing and circulating any material that contains ..... submitted that publishing as well as circulating of obscene and nude/semi-nude photographs of women already constitutes a penal offence under the provisions of the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986, administered by the department of women & child development, ministry of human resources development. relevant sections 3 & 4 of the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986 are reproduced hereunder for ready reference:3. prohibition of advertisements containing .....

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Oct 27 1997 (HC)

Chandra Rajakumari and anr. Vs. Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1998(1)ALD810; 1998(1)ALD(Cri)298; 1998(1)ALT329

..... , controlled and prohibited in addition to punishing the guilty of such misuse or abuse. they are:1. indian penal code (central law). 2. the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986 (central act). 3. a.p. objectional performances (prohibition) act, 1956 (act no.8/56). 4. rules relating to places of public entertainment in the city of hyderabad, 1351 f framed under section 21 of hyderabad city ..... 8 offences to be cognizable and bailable, section 9 protection of action taken in good faith and section 10 power to make rules. the preamble of the said act reads : an act to prohibit indecent representation of women through advertisements or in publications, writings, paintings, figures or in any other manner and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. this rejects the contention that this ..... considered and to be determined in this case, particularly, the serious question whether beauty contest in any form would violate so many laws mentioned above and in particular. the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986. although such a law was in existence on the date of the precedent, it was not even brought to the notice of the apex court to decide whether .....

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Jun 03 2005 (HC)

Suo Motu Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : AIR2005Raj300

..... acceptable to all sections of society.7. the committee also recommended that a special judicial magistrate exclusively for the purpose of expediting action in the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986 is required in all the district headquarters of the state. this magistrate may hold mobile courts on the pattern of railway magistrate.8. the ..... newspaper/periodical published in he country on the basis of its contents. but again the respondents have utterly failed, to implement the provisions of the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986.27. there is regulatory authority of publication of newspaper and press council of india, a statutory quasi-judicial authority has been set up under ..... important stand in the matter of political advertisements.23. the government has enacted the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986 to prohibit indecent representation of women through advertisement or in publication, writings, paintings, figures or in any other manner, for which the department of women and child development, ministry of human resource development is the nodal authority.24. carefully ..... interest if found violative of the prescribed programme code and the advertising code.33. the government has enacted the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986 but there is lack of implementation and enforcement of such acts and regulations.34. in view of the aforesaid discussions, we deem it proper to direct the respondents to take .....

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Jun 04 2007 (HC)

Mr. R. Basu Vs. National Capital Territory of Delhi and anr.

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 2007CriLJ4254; 2007(96)DRJ722

..... on television can be meant for family viewing for which 'u' certificate is granted by the board of censors under section 5a of the said act.as regards the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986, the act was enacted because inspire of the law relating to obscenity in this country codified in section 292 to 294 of the ipc, there is a ..... or public exhibition restricted to adults, the said film is shown to the particular category, the producer or any other person cannot be charged for offence under the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986. however, the pre condition is that there is certification given by the board of film censors. in the present case, it is admitted by the ..... 19(2) of the constitution of india, various legislations have been enacted by the parliament which are named in the impugned order including cinematograph act, 1952, indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986 and cable television network (regulation) act, 1995 and indian penal code. the learned judge, thereafter, examines in detail the issue of censorship in the light of various judgments given ..... the complainant, this amounted to obscenity and, thereforee, accused persons committed offence under sections 292/293/294 ipc and under section 6 read with section 7 of the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986. on this complaint, learned cmm viewed these films. thereafter, on 9.4.1997, he ordered police inquiry referring to the police the issue as to .....

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Jun 03 2005 (HC)

Suo Moto Vs. State of Raj. and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : RLW2005(4)Raj2741; 2005(1)WLC116

..... acceptable to all sections of society.7. the committee also recommended that a special judicial magistrate exclusively for the purpose of expediting action in the indecent representation of women prohibition act, 1986 is required in all the district headquarters of the state. this magistrate may hold mobile courts on the pattern of railway magistrate.8. the ..... newspaper/periodical published in the country on the basis of its contents. but again the respondents have utterly failed; to implement the provisions of the indecent representation of women prohibition act, 1986.27. there is regulatory authority of publication of newspaper and press council of india, a statutory quasi-judicial authority has been set up under ..... took important stand in the matter of political advertisements.23. the government has enacted the indecent representation of women prohibition act, 1986 to prohibit indecent representation of women through advertisement or in publication, writings, paintings, figures or in any other manner, for which the department of women & child development, ministry of human resource development is the nodal authority.24. carefully ..... interest if found violative of the prescribed programme code and the advertising code.33. the government has enacted the indecent representation of women prohibition act, 1986 but there is lack of implementation and enforcement of such acts and regulations.34. in view of the aforesaid discussions, we deem it proper to direct the respondents to take .....

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Feb 13 2006 (HC)

Babban Prasad Mishra Vs. P.S. Diwan

Court : Chhattisgarh

Reported in : 2006CriLJ3263

..... by the appellate tribunal.14. by applying all these principles, it is to be judged as to whether the advertisement contained in annexure 'a' is the indecent representation of women as defined in the act? if we carefully examine the picture, it would appear that the same is a side pose picture of a woman showing her in the lap of a ..... part in publication or exhibition of any advertisement which contains 'indecent representation of women' in any form. the expression 'indecent representation of women' has been defined in section 2(c) of the act which reads as under:2. definitions - in this act, unless the context otherwise requires,-(a) and (b) xxx xxx xxxxxx(c) 'indecent representation of women : means the depiction in any manner of the figure of ..... 1 herein, who filed a criminal complaint in the court of judicial magistrate first class, dhamtari, distt. raipur (m.p.), now chhattisgarh, under section 3/6 of the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act 1986 (hereinafter referred to as the act). the magistrate took cognizance in the matter and after registration of the case under the aforementioned provisions of the ..... ordersunil kumar sinha, j.1. whether the advertisement (contained in annexure-a) amounts to indecent representation of women as defined under the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act 1986, is a question for consideration in this petition ?2. the brief facts are that an advertisement was published in daily navbharat, hindi edition, raipur, on 24th .....

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Oct 04 2002 (SC)

Dr. Prakash Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2002SC3533; 2003(1)ALT(Cri)275; 2002CriLJ4721; (2002)7SCC759; 2002(2)LC1501(SC)

..... section 27 of the arms act, 1959.3. on receipt of the detention order in the central prison, madras, the petitioner informed the detaining authority ..... of public order, act (tamil nadu act 14 of 1982), by an order ofdetention dated 18.2.2002 made by the commissioner of police,madras, 2nd respondent herein. the main ground of detentionare that the petitioner was indulging in offences under section67 of the information technology act, 2000, sections 4 and 6of the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act,1986 and under ..... of these verywords. therefore, it is futile to contend that non translation ofthe actual words spoken by the petitioner himself could haveprejudiced the petitioner in making his representation.12. it is lastly contended that the state government wasprejudiced by the opinion rendered by the detaining authority.this argument is built around the fact that the stategovernment ..... the saiddocuments on 28.2.2002. it is true that the detaining authorityin the order of detention has mentioned that if the detenu sochooses he may make a representation to him before theconfirming authority, namely, the state government confirmshis order of detention. the detaining authority in his affidavitbefore this court has stated that he received .....

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Jan 11 2005 (SC)

Fatima Riswana Vs. State Rep. by A.C.P., Chennai and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2005SC712; 2005(1)ALD(Cri)589; 2005CriLJ900; 116(2005)DLT382; [2005(1)JCR209(SC)]; 2005(1)JKJ1[SC]; JT2005(1)SC425; 2005(1)KLT502(SC); RLW2005(3)SC409; (2005)1SCC582

..... 6 are the accused facing trial for offences punishable under section 67 of information technology act, 2000 r/w section 6 of indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986, under section 5 & 6 of immoral traffic (prevention) act, 1956, under section 27 of arms act, 1959 and sections 120(b), 506(ii), 366, 306 & 376 i.p. ..... c. the said trial relates to exploitation of certain men and women by one of the accused dr ..... . l. prakash for the purpose of making pornographic photos and videos in various acts of sexual intercourse and thereafter selling them to foreign websites. the said sessions trial came to be ..... over by a male judge. the basis of the transfer was that the entire proceedings in the said trial would be about the exploitation of women and their use in sexual escapades by the accused, and the evidence in the case is in the form of cds. and viewing of which ..... ought to have considered the embarrassment that would be caused to the witness who are actually in the nature of victims while giving evidence of their acts before a male judge. the learned counsel for the appellant, in our view, was justified in this context in relying upon the judgment of .....

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Jun 20 2001 (HC)

William George Benedict Alias Bhakta Das Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 2001(II)OLR116

..... . case no. 176 of 2000 taking cognizance of offences alleged to have been committed under sections 120b, 376(g), 377 and 341, i.p.c. and 47 of the indecent representation of women (prohibition) act, 1986 but also for quashing the proceeding in the said g. r. case.2. from the averments made in the petition it appears that on the basis of the ..... stated in the f.i.r. that on 30-6-2000 she learnt from her daughter tulsi that ashok sahu and mayapuri chandra came to tulsi's room and committed acts of sexual perversion and made a video film of the incident. in the f.i.r. the informant has named ashok sahu and mayapuri chandra as the persons who had .....

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