HISTORY The history of the juvenile justice system in India will provide a roadmap of the measures already taken by the country against the ones that are required to be implemented in the current scenario. The history of the system can be broken down into five periods a) prior to 1773, b) 1773-1850, c) 1850-1918, d) 1919-1950 and e) Post 1950. The year of 1773 is of historical importance as it conferred on the East India Company the rights to make laws and to enforce them on a limited scale which
RULE OF LAW IN INDIA India embraced the Common law system of justice liberation which owes its origins to British jurisprudence, the basis of which is the Rule of Law. Dicey superbly maintained that the Englishmen does not need Administrative law or any form of written law to keep checks on the government but that the Rule of Law and natural law would be enough to ensure absence of executive unpredictability. While India also accepts and follows the concept of natural law, there are formal and written
The interwar period (1919-1939) is crucial in the history of India as it is an important part of the jigsaw puzzle in understanding the contemporary political structure and the formation in Modern India and Pakistan. This period as a whole is very sensitive as huge changes and restructuring were taking place all over the world after the drastic world war. Since the world I war was mostly fought between colonies and as the World War I came to end, many or simply most of the colonies which due to
single race and that the day has come for its unification in one global society (http://info.bahai.org/) While imprisoned, he spread his views and contacted several world leaders, informing them of his new frame of thought. After he was released from prison, he published the Kitab-i-Aqdas (Most Holy Book), which has since become the central holy text to the Baha’i Faith. Amongst the Baha’i, Bahá’u’lláh is viewed as a prophet comparable to Moses, Jesus, Buddha, and Muhammad.
abuse, or put in prison. Such Child victim should be provided special assistance to regain physical ,mental health and become an able member of the society again. The Convention makes provision for the juveniles. Legal assistance should be provided to the juvenile and imprisonment should be given for serious offences. The Convention encourages respect for higher human rights standards. The Convention
Based on the recommendations of Justice Rowlatt, Chairman of the Committee appointed to curb seditious movements in India, the Rowlatt Act, also known as the Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act, was passed in 1919, giving unbridled powers to the colonial Government to arrest and imprison suspects without trial and crush civil
Ethics- Ethics is the branch of philosophy concerning principles of good conduct in human life. “Ethics is the branch of philosophy that theoretically, logically and rationally determines right from wrong, good from bad, moral from immoral and just from unjust actions, conducts and behaviour.” Some people define Ethics as ‘doing what you say you will do.’ Ethics is two things. First, ethics refers to well-founded standards of right and wrong that prescribe what humans ought to do, usually in terms
Bonded Labour In Pakistan – A Humanitarian Crisis Slavery is a dreadful concept which is considered unacceptable in most parts of the world – yet in Pakistan, millions of people continue to live in bondage, forced to suffer subhuman conditions and daily humiliations at the whim of those who ‘rule’ their lives. Responding to international pressure, the Government of Pakistan promulgated the “Bonded Labour Abolition Act 1992”. Under this Act, a “Vigilance Committee” was to be immediately set up in