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America's Ethics Essay


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              Has our society lost its morals? Is our youth being taught it's okay to cheat and steal? According to some scary statistics, our standards of what we consider right and wrong have drastically changed during the past 30 years. What used to be thought of as lurid is now socially acceptable.
             
              I think it's shocking to know that a third of our nation's teenagers admit to shoplifting within the past y
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Are Women Safe In India?


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              Being in the 21st century, with technology and world so advanced, we still talk about this subject, "Are Women Safe, in India, especially?" With surveys and understandings of what is happening around us, it is time that the country joins hands together to realize that - 'Women are NOT SAFE in any means in India'. There have many cases that have been reported and many unreported for the torture a w
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The Nature And Concept Of Marriage In Islam


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              Legally speaking, Muslim-marriage is a contract. Therefore, its legal nature is contractual. Although the elements of contract are found also in a Hindu marriage yet, the nature of a Hindu marriage is sacramental because it involves certain religious ceremonies.
             
              It is against this sacramental nature of a Hindu marriage, that Justice Mahmood defined Muslim-marriage as a civil contract because no
Marriage Essay 

Essay On The Marriage In Pre-Islamic Arabian Society


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              In the pre-Islamic Arabian society, the position of women was very bad. In those days, the customary laws of Arabia were all in favor of the males. The females were treated as properties and not as human beings.
             
              The only object of a marriage was the enjoyment of sex and procreation of children. Limitless polygamy prevailed and a man could have as many wives at a time as he liked. Except a very
Marriage Essay 

History Of Criminal Laws In India


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              The Criminal law in India has passed through three main periods the Hindu Criminal Law, the Muslim Criminal Law and the English Criminal Law.
             
              (1) Hindu Criminal Law:
             
              Mayne in his well known treatise on criminal law has in strong words recognized the greatness and soundness of the Hindu System of Criminal Law. The known history of India starts after the settlement of Aryans in this country.
             
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Educational History Of Russia


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              Up to the nineteenth century about 90% of the people was illiterate in Russia. Poverty and unemployment was the cause of the hopeless condition of the people. The public was under the complete dominance of Czar and the Church. In this vast country there were various languages, races and religious sects.
             
              The country was backward. The minorities were neglected. There were some centers of scientif
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What's With The Ignorance?


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              Civil Rights; the rights to full legal, social and economic equality. So I ask the question, Why must we treat people so ruthlessly? Why must people be so obscene and unjust? It makes no sense to me. What did they do to you? Nothing. You know what happens when people are denied civil rights? Stupidity, that's what happens.
             
              What ever happened to; 'Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers brough
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The Measure Of Penal Liability And Punishment For Crime In India


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              Before imposing the punishment on the criminal, the Courts first calculate the measure of his penal liability.
             
              For example, Section 121 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 defines the offence of waging or attempting to wage war, or abetting waging of war, against the Government of India, and says that the wrong-doer of such offence "shall be punished with death, or imprisonment for life, and shall a
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Essay For Law Students On Adultery


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              Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 imposes the punishment for the offence of "Adultery". "Adultery" means "sexual intercourse of a person with one not that person's spouse".
             
              Section 497:
             
              Section 497 defines and prescribes punishment for the offence Adultery.
             
              Sec. 497. Adultery:
             
              Whoever has sexual intercourse with a person who is and whom he knows or has reason to believe to be
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Essay For Law Students On Bigamy


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              Sections 494 and 495 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 explain the provisions about the offence of "Bigamy". 'Bigamy' means having two wives or two husbands at a time. Bigamy is a crime or state of having more than one husband or wife at the same time. These provisions are grasped from English Law.
             
              Until the British people came to India, polygamy (having more wives) was common in India in Hindus a
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