Indian Penal Code’s definitions and explanations of “force,” “criminal force,” and “assault” highlight the distinctions between these terms. “Force” refers to initiating, changing or stopping motion of another person or object, which can be caused through personal physical effort, substances, or animals. “Criminal force” arises when force is used intentionally without consent, causing harm, fear or annoyance. “Assault” involves creating a perception of impending criminal force. While “force” isn’t an offence, “criminal force” and “assault” are punishable under designated sections of the IPC depending on severity.
In the last few years India has witnessed an alarming increase in the rate of road accidents mainly caused due to the violations of the traffic laws.To encounter these violations,there was an extreme need to make the current traffic laws more resolute.As a result, “Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act,2019” was brought into effect.It is an amendment
The government of India led by Narendra Modi had passed CAA, The Citizenship Amendment Act on 11th of December 2019. By this act, Indian citizenship was allowed to all the religious minoritie including Christian, Sikh,Hindu,,Buddhist etc.who came from muslim Majority countries namely, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh excluding Muslims subject to condition that they have to prove