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Nov 22 2016 (HC)

Dr. Y. Bhaskar Rao Vs. State of Karnataka, Through Special Investigati ...

Court : Karnataka

..... police or a police officer of equivalent rank." the pc act, in no way, is repugnant to the procedure prescribed under the kl act. the officer to investigate a criminal offence against a public servant shall be an officer prescribed under the pc act to be named by the lokayuktha or upalokayuktha. a parallel investigation agency set up by the executive will destroy the ..... to be conducted, vesting exclusive power and jurisdiction with the lokayuktha and the upa-lokayuktha, to initiate proceedings against a public servant, suspend a public servant, submit a report and launch criminal prosecution under section 14. therefore, no agency or authority can investigate any offences against a public servant when the lokayuktha is seized of the matter. it is contended that in the case on hand, the ..... emerges that the state legislature intended only one exclusive investigative agency to investigate criminal offences including offences punishable under the pc act to be investigated in accordance with the procedure established under the provisions of the kl act. it is contended that any launching of prosecution and investigation into the offences against a public servant in derogation of section 7 and section 9 of the kl .....

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Apr 24 2014 (FN)

In the Case OflagutIn and Others Vs. Russia

Court : European Court of Human Rights

..... view to protecting the life, health, rights and freedoms of individuals and citizens, or property, and protecting the public and the state against criminal offences.? section 2: aims of operational-search activities the aims of operational-search activities are to detect, prevent, intercept and investigate criminal offences and search for and identify those responsible for planning or committing them;? section 5: protection of human rights and ..... , forged documents, counterfeit money or unlawful arms, to act on behalf of bogus legal persons, to perform fake transactions or to commit other criminal offences that are instrumental to the purposes of the operation, with the exception of crimes against life or limb (sequeira v. portugal (dec.), no. 73557/01, echr 2003-vi;eurofinacom v. france (dec.), no. 58753/00, echr 2004-vii ..... may be investigated by means of a special investigation technique; this refers either to a list of specific criminal offences or generally to offences punishable by four or more years imprisonment (article 2 (b) of the un convention against transnational organized crime defines serious crime? as conduct punishable by a maximum deprivation of liberty of at least four years or a more serious penalty .....

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Jun 16 2016 (HC)

S.V.R. Saroja and Others Vs. S.V. Matha Prasad

Court : Chennai

..... under section 193 ipc, etc. or to an offence relating to documents actually used in a court, private prosecutions ..... ipc deals with false evidence and offences against public justice and section 193 occurring therein provides for punishment for giving or fabricating false evidence in a judicial proceeding. section 195 of the criminal procedure code (cr.p.c.) provides that where an act amounts to an offence of contempt of the lawful authority of public servants or to an offence against public justice such as giving false evidence ..... are barred absolutely and only the court in relation to which the offence was committed may initiate proceedings. ..... no.4969 of 2014 before the learned master under section 340 r/w 195(b)(ii) and (iii) of cr.p.c., seeking to initiate criminal action against the applicants herein for the alleged offence punishable under section 120(b) r/w section 466 ipc and section 13(1)(d)(i)and (iii) of prevention of corruption act, 1988. in .....

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Dec 31 1969 (HC)

Empress of India Vs. Kashmiri Lal

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : (1875)ILR1All625

..... are indicated in section 471 as being mentioned in sections 467, 468 and 469. section 467 speaks of the offences described in ch. x of the indian penal code not falling within sections 435 or 436 of the criminal procedure code. section 468 speaks of the offences against public justice described in sections 193, 194, 195, 196, 199, 200, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211 ..... bombay high courts on the point referred to us, cited during the argument. an offence under section 193 committed before a court appears to be not only an offence against public justice, but also a contempt of the court's authority. section 435 of the criminal procedure code too does not limit the offences to which it refers to those only to be found in ch. x of ..... and 228 of the indian penal code, when such offence is committed before or against a civil or criminal court. section 469 speaks of offences relating to documents described in sections 463, 471 ..... the penal code, for an offence under section 228, ch. xi, is imported into the section. .....

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Sep 16 1897 (PC)

Motha Vs. Moral Motha

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1897)7MLJ311

..... of the court before or against which the offence was committed, or of some other court to which such court ..... provisions of the code of criminal procedure upon the point under consideration have been altered and enlarged. section 468 of act x of 1872 provided that ' a complaint of an offence against public justice: ' described in certain sections of the indian penal code ' when such offence is committed before or against a civil or criminal court, shall not be entertained in the criminal courts, except with the sanction ..... . to admit the petitioner's contention would be by an artificial rule to screen from prosecution men who might have committed the grossest of offences against public justice and offences perfectly capable of being proved, merely because owing to surprise, accident, oversight, or unavoidable circumstances, evidence of the offence was not, or could not be, produced before the court at the same time that the .....

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Sep 16 1897 (PC)

Queen-empress Vs. Motha

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1897)ILR20Mad339

..... of the court before or against which the offence was committed, or of some other court to which such court ..... provisions of the code of criminal procedure upon the point under consideration have been altered and enlarged. section 468 of act x of 1872 provided that ' a complaint of an offence against public justice ' described in certain sections of the indian penal code, 'when stick offence is committed before or against a civil or criminal court shall not be entertained in the criminal courts except with the sanction ..... effect. to admit the petitioner's contention would be by an artificial rule to screen from prosecution men who might have committed the grossest offences against public justice and offences perfectly capable of being proved, merely because owing to surprise, accident, oversight, or unavoidable circumstances, evidence of the offence was not, or could not be, produced before the court at the same time that the .....

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Apr 29 2010 (HC)

Suhasini Maniratnam Vs. D. Balachandran and ors.

Court : Chennai

..... and instead directing the police to investigate. if such police investigation revealed a prima facie commission of the offence, thereafter the criminal court could have taken cognizance and issued summons. this would give the proper check and act as a filter against vexatious private complaints against public personalities.(c) complaint based on hearsay:the entire complaint is based on the report carried out in newspapers ..... of india. please refer : air 1998 sc 128. the present case is neither vindicative of any person's right nor is it an offence involving moral turpitude. it is also not an offence against society. it is purely a speculative publicity seeking private complaint where the chances of ultimate conviction are very bleak and therefore no useful purpose is likely to be served by ..... the cause of action. newspapers carrying their own versions of the said speech will not constitute a criminal cause of action, wherever the said publication is read by a party. this more so when the case of criminal defamation is not filed against the newspaper but only against a third party whose alleged speech is merely reported.if every person reading a newspaper is entitled .....

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Jan 27 1892 (PC)

Shashi Kumar Dey of Paikparah Vs. Shashi Kumar Dey of Khilparah

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1892)ILR19NULL345(P.C.),(1892)ILR19Cal355

..... of the court before or against which the offence was committed, or of some other court to which such court ..... provisions of the code of criminal procedure upon the point under consideration have been altered and enlarged. section 468 of act x of 1872 provided that 'a complaint of an offence against public justice described in (certain sections) of the indian penal code, when such offence is committed before or against a civil or criminal court, shall not be entertained in the criminal courts, except with the sanction ..... is subordinate.' section 195 of act x of 1882 provides that 'no court shall take cognizance of any offence punishable under' the .....

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Apr 23 1976 (HC)

P. Hemalatha Vs. the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1976AP375

..... . state of delhi, : 1950crilj1525 said particularly in the latter case that :'sedition owes its gravity to its tendency to create disorder and an authority of criminal law like sir james stephen has classed sedition as an offence against public tranquillity.'explaining the circumstances for the omission of the expression 'sedition' in article 19(2) of the constitution the learned judge said :'in these circumstances ..... , it is not surprising that they decided not to use the word 'sedition' in clause (2) but used the more general words which cover sedition and everything else which makes sedition such a serious offence ..... or enmity to its imports the idea of tendency to public disorder by the use of actual violence or incitement to violence.' (page 967)............. .....................'.......... the security of the state, which depends upon the maintenance of law and order is the very basic consideration upon which legislation with a view to punishing offences against the state, is undertaken. such a legislation has, on the .....

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Jan 20 1962 (SC)

Kedar Nath Singh Vs. State of Bihar

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1962SC955; 1962(0)BLJR636; (1963)IMLJ40(SC); [1962]Supp2SCR769

..... v. the state. i have quoted good authority to show that sedition owes its gravity to its tendency to create disorders and an authority on criminal law like sir james stephen has classed sedition as an offence against public tranquillity.' 31. in brij bhushan case : 1950crilj1525 , fazl ali, j., who was again the dissenting judge, gave his reasons to greater detail. he referred to ..... . on the one hand, they must have had before their mind the very widely accepted view supported by numerous authorities that sedition was essentially an offence against public tranquillity and was connected in some way or other with public disorder; and, on the other hand, there was the pronouncement of the judicial committee that sedition as defined in the indian penal code did not ..... , may or air force to mutiny or otherwise disregard or fail in his duty as such; or (b) to cause fear or alarm to the public or a section of the public which may induce the commission of an offence against the state or against public tranquillity; or (c) to incite or which is likely to incite one class or community of persons to commit an ..... nawabs sitting on the chairs'...... with intent to cause or which was likely to cause fear or alarm to the public whereby any persons might be induce to commit an offence against the state of bihar and against the public tranquillity, and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 505(b) of the indian penal code and within my cognizance.' 4. after recording a substantial volume .....

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