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Central Government Act Section 395 in The Indian Penal Code 395. Punishment for dacoity.—Whoever commits dacoity shall be punished
Central Government Act
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conviction under Section 395, IPC cannot be sustained, because for an offence under Section 395, IPC a minimum number ... Dacoity is defined under Section 395 of the Indian Penal Code, which starts saying when five or more persons conjointly
Madras High Court
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1998 CriLJ 885
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IPC and 7 years RI with a fine of Rs.1500/- in default one year RI each under Section 395 ... under Section 395 and 451 IPC and the acquittal of A1 under Section 395 IPC, while A1 aggrieved over
Madras High Court
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395 of the Indian Penal Code, the respondents filed a petition under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure ... which cognizance of offence under Section 395 of the Indian Penal Code was taken. The case has been remanded back
Supreme Court of India
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provisions of Section 6 of the Probation of Offenders Act because of the charge under Section 395 ... charge under Sections 149/395, I.P.C. because an offence under Section 395, I.P.C. comes into existence
Supreme Court of India
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AIR 1976 SC 2566
- S M Ali - Full Document
appraisal of the evidence, found the accused guilty under Section 395 IPC and sentenced them to undergo rigorous imprisonment ... counsel for the appellants have submitted that offence under Section 395 IPC could have been proved by complainant
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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offences under Sections 395, 396, 399 400 and 402 of Indian Penal Code (IPC). Inasmuch as many of the appellants ... A1to A6 were tried for offences under Section 395 IPC. It is the case of the prosecution that
Andhra High Court
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2003 CriLJ 2242
- L N Reddy - Full Document
whereby the accused appellant was convicted and sentenced under Section 395 IPC, to suffer 10 years RI with fine ... years to 7 years for offence under Section 395 IPC. 10. For these reasons the appeal filed by the accused
Rajasthan High Court
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under Section 411 IPC and contended that they are liable to be convicted under Section 395 IPC also as there ... framed under Section 411 IPC and on their acquittal of the charge under Section 395 IPC, no order of conviction
Rajasthan High Court
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under Section 411 IPC and contended that they are liable to be convicted under Section 395 IPC also as there ... framed under Section 411 IPC and on their acquittal of the charge under Section 395 IPC, no order of conviction
Rajasthan High Court
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