Tag: evidence law

  • Is the Evidence Law in India all set to be overhauled?

    By Maithili Parikh, Government Law College, Mumbai. The Indian Evidence Act was originally passed by the Imperial Legislative Council in 1872 and contains a set of rules and allied issues governing admissibility of evidence in Indian Courts, an area of law of unparalleled importance in advocacy and litigation. The enactment and adoption of this code of law […]

  • Online Course on Evidence Law

    Online Course on Evidence Law

    In today’s society, there is an ever increasing amount of cases piling up in various courts throughout the country and most of the people will have to, at some point in their lives, visit the courts to get their grievances redressed. Evidence becomes the most decisive factor in deciding a case and hence it becomes […]

  • Use of Scientific Methods for Collection of Evidence

    By Archit Gupta, National Law Institute University, Bhopal. The Aarushi-Hemraj Murder Case and Nithari Killings Case has brought into limelight the scientific methods of investigation used in India and across the world. The three of them are lie detector or polygraph test, narco-analysis and brain-mapping. They have been in use for quite a time and their […]