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498a v/s 302

Posted by iluvshrutiverma on January 17, 2010

Courtesy: Shekhar

1.302 you are the only accused 498A you along with parents, friends, neighbor, pets etc etc are in the accused list.

2.In 302 if you acquitted in false cases then you are a free man.In 498A if you acquitted in false cases you have to pay maintenance (courtesy CrPc 125 ,24 HMA,DV) Alimony etc etc.

3.In 302 you don´t have to worry for your Hose, Car, Flat bank balance etc etc. In 498 A you have to worry for all these (courtesy DV Act)

4.In 302 your council has a less chance to take you for a ride In 498A you are totally depend in your council and he can take you for ride.

5.In 302 if you arrested you will treated as a “someone” in jail and after that there is many other carrier option like politics, Mafia,Don etc etc In 498A you will treated as a 2nd class citizen in jail. No lucrative carrier option likes above.

6.After 302 bail/acquittal you can spend time with your children.In 498A you are not able to even see your children.List goes on and on.

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Big Bang v/s Staggered Approach

Posted by iluvshrutiverma on January 16, 2010

Every commando who fights back will reach this stage at some point in time. He will have so much ammunition that he will start to wonder whether to use all of that together (big bang) or use them at regular intervals of time (staggered approach).

Some of the points that he should consider are the following:

1. There is a significant time lag between when you initiate action from your side and when some activity actually happens.

E.g. You might file a complaint with a public authority (police, court, health department) today but it might easily be a few months before they initiate any official action on it.

2. Do not under-estimate your opponent. Big bang approach works well if you are able to break your opponent completely with the big bang, but if the opponent survives then the survivor is much more strong than what he was before.

If the opponent is strong (egoistic), then it is more appropriate to break him down gradually.

3. Keep in mind the future ‘pipeline’ of ammunition. E.g. Defamation and damages are ‘Contingent ammution’ today. They will become real once you have some public authority’s order in your favor. So, if your pipeline is strong, then you can afford to use all your present ammunition today, because next quarter and 2 quarters from today you are expecting new ammunition.

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Woman held for husband’s murder

Posted by iluvshrutiverma on January 4, 2010

CHENNAI: Police on Sunday made a breakthrough in the man missing case of Ashok Kumar of Bazaar Nagar in Avadi when they arrested his wife Sweety Rekha (19).

Suburban police sources said she drugged Ashok last November and strangled him to death with the help of her lover Asim (25) and accomplices Vinod (19) and Thalip Basha (21).

The men, who were also arrested on Sunday, transported his body and dumped it in a forest area in Chittoor district.

The motive behind the murder was to eliminate Ashok who was a hindrance to the relationship Asim and Rekha had, sources added.

All the four were later remanded to custody and sent to Puzhal prison.

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Woman kidnaps baby to aid her second marriage

Posted by iluvshrutiverma on January 4, 2010

BANGALORE: All is fair in love and war, goes the adage. Gouramma, a 28-year-old married woman in another relationship, lived up to it literally: she
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The drama unfolded like this: Nandini Layout police received a complaint on December 28 from Narayanappa, a grocery shop owner and resident of Shankarapuram, that his 11-month-old son Kiran was missing and Gouramma, a family friend who had come to their house a day ago, couldn’t be traced.
Narayanappa earlier was a neighbour of Gouramma in Yeshwantpur. On December 27, his family invited her to their home. Gouramma and the boy went missing the next afternoon. Gouramma was married to Narayana Reddy, a coconut vendor in Bellandur, and the couple had a 11-year-old boy who was staying with his grandparents in Yeshwantpur.

During investigation, it came to light that all was not well between Gouramma and her husband and the couple stayed separately often. She had an affair with Shivamani, a law student from Tamil Nadu, who was studying in a Bangalore college for the last two-and-a-half years.

According to DCP North H S Revanna, Gouramma had even gone to his hometown, Ambattur in Chennai, to meet his parents one-and-a-half years ago. She told them that she was pregnant and wanted to get married to Shivamani. Gouramma avoided meeting Shivamani for the last year but continued to insist she was pregnant. Shivamani had gone back to his hometown by then.
On December 28, after taking 11-month-old Kiran with her, she went to Ambattur to meet Shivamani’s parents, claiming it was his child and demanded that he marry her. The family, after much coaxing, fixed their marriage date for January 5.

Meanwhile, Nandini Layout police who had tracked her, went to Ambattur and arrested her and rescued Kiran. A kidnap case has been registered against Gouramma.

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Girl repents filing Dowry case

Posted by iluvshrutiverma on January 4, 2010

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Pregnant women cant get death sentence

Posted by iluvshrutiverma on January 1, 2010

In continuation of it’s biased pro-women attitude, the judiciary has come up with something new now –

“If a pregnant woman is given the death sentence, the High Court would automatically commute it to life.”

The Govt of India should also include specific clauses as to the following:

1. Pregnancy would mean pregnancy at the time of ‘execution’ – so a women need not be pregnant at the time she committed the crime. But she can get pregnant once she is fearing getting caught.

Oh, actually – something even better – Why only pregnant women? Does the responsibility of a mother end once the baby is delivered? Not really.

Although in reality, fathers take all the responsibility after the kid is born, but theoretically mothers should share equal responsibilities.

So, actually all mothers (whether pregnant of kids already delivered) should not be given any punishment.

Yes, that sounds reasonable now, but WAIT – how is that different from what is happening today? Today also, women are not punished in India.

Present situation: All mothers are women. Women are not punished in India. So mothers are not punished in India.

So this proposed change is not a change, it is already being practiced.

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