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Section 306 IPC-Whether calling a lady "prostitute" comes under ambit of abetment to commit suicide or not-Accused stated that deceased is having bad character and a prostitute-Deceased went inside house, poured kerosene and set fire on herself-Held, deceased was aged 26 years and being a young unmarried girl could have been upset over such verbal abuse heaped on her which led her to take a decision of committing suicide by setting herself ablaze-Convicted. Supreme Court--Decided on

High Court of Jammu and Kashmir: In the current judgment go by a Single Judge Bench containing M.K. Hanjura, J., tended to a safeguard use of an under trial detainee, and coordinated the trial court for a rapid trial. The short actualities of the case being that the candidate (a murder convict) has been in police care throughout the previous 8 years, while his procedures are as yet continuous in the trial court. In this manner,

Karnataka High Court: A Single Judge Bench including K.N. Phaneendra, J., chose a criminal request of recorded under Section 482 of CrPC, wherein it subdued the request go by the educated Magistrate under Section 156(3) of CrPC coordinating examination in a criminal case.   The respondent-candidate had recorded a private grumbling in a criminal case. Thusly, he documented an application under Section 156(3) of CrPC, asking for the Magistrate to coordinate examination on the said dissension. The