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* Mere expression of any words without any intention to cause alarm would not be sufficient to bring in the application of section 503 of IPC. But material has to be placed on record to show that the intention is to cause alarm to the complainant. “…in exercise of its jurisdiction under Section 482 Cr.P.C., the court should be extremely cautious to interfere with the investigation or trial of a criminal case and should not stall the investigation, save except when it is convinced beyond any manner of doubt that the FIR does not disclose commission of offence and that continuance of the criminal prosecution would amount to abuse of process of the court.” – SC Judgment dated 20.01.2015 – Manik Taneja & Anr. Vs. State of Karnataka & Anr. >>> Court Judgments
Oct 22, 2015
After months of speculation, Google has announced YouTube Red, a paid service based on the company’s free video-sharing platform, and music streaming app YouTube Music. Here are 6 things you should know about the two new versions of YouTube. …
13 May, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO: Microsoft-owned Skype has cleared the way for anyone to use a new feature that translates video chats or instant messages in real time. …
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Facebook is ruining marriages, says study Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
May 6, 2015
One in seven Britons have contemplated divorce because their partners spend too much time on various social media platforms, a top British legal firm has revealed. …
Supreme Court of India quashes FIR filed against couple for Facebook comment Medianama.com
January 22, 2015
The Supreme Court of India upheld a Bangalore-based couple’s right to vent their frustrations on the Bangalore Police Facebook page, reports The Times of India. The court ruled that it was a public forum and the commoner had every right to complain against the authorities. …
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