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information given under sub-section (1) of Section 154 CrPC is commonly known as first information report (FIR) though this ... station house diary and this is implied in Section 154 CrPC. Apart from a vague information by a phone call
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 38 - Cited by 0 - V G Gowda - Full Document
judgment read thus, "17. Sub-section (1) of Section 154 CrPC contains four mandates to an officer in- charge ... information given under sub-section (1) of Section 154 CrPC is commonly
Chattisgarh High Court
- Cites 31 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
information given under sub-section (1) of Section 154 CrPC is commonly known as first information report (FIR) though this ... station house diary and this is implied in Section 154 CrPC. Apart from a vague information by a phone call
Madras High Court
- Cites 25 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
REGISTERING THE COMPLAINT, OF THE FIFTH RESPONDENT, UNDER SECTION 154 CRPC: 11. Sri R. Raghunandan, Learned Senior Counsel appearing
Andhra High Court
- Cites 64 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
information given under sub-section (1) of Section 154 CrPC is commonly known as the first information report (FIR) though ... station house diary and this is implied in Section 154 CrPC. Apart from a vague information by a phone call
Jharkhand High Court
- Cites 17 - Cited by 1 - Full Document
raid without an FIR is in contravention of Section 154 CrPC and also 3 the judgment ... panchanama was drawn and that does not contravene Section 154 CrPC and without loss of time an FIR was registered
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 27 - Cited by 0 - L Swamy - Full Document
doctor is invalid and the statement under Section 154 CrPC has been treated not only as a dying declaration ... state of mental fitness. The statement under Section 154 CrPC was made at 20.50 hours by which time the medicine
Kolkata High Court (Appellete Side)
- Cites 7 - Cited by 0 - N Patherya - Full Document
view of the provisions of Section 154 read with Section 173 of the CrPC. This Court observed, as follows: From ... cognizable offence satisfies the requirements of Section 154 CrPC. Thus there can be no second FIR and consequently there
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 24 - Cited by 14 -
AIR 2006 SC 915
- B Srikrishna - Full Document
begin in accordance with the provisions of the CrPC. Section 154 of the CrPC places an obligation upon the authorities
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 39 - Cited by 13 - Full Document
Police Station is not registering his FIR under Section 154 CrPC, then he can approach the Superintendent of Police under ... Section 154(3) CrPC by an application in writing. Even if that does not lead to any satisfactory result
Punjab-Haryana High Court
- Cites 10 - Cited by 10 - Full Document
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