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BAIL: LAW AND PRACTICE IN INDIA

The book covers the wide spectrum of bale jurisprudence in India. The constitutional principles and the statutory provisions (section 436, 437, 437A, 438, 439, 167 etc.) that deal with bail under CrPC 1973 have been comprehensively discussed in nine chapters. The provisions of bail under a couple of special legislations have also been analysed. The book also examines provisions from foreign jurisdictions wherever desirable. The changing contours of judicial delineation through the high courts and the Supreme Court decisions on bail including decisions up to July 2019 and their criminal examinations are common thread in the chapters. The recommendations of various reports of the Law Commission of India finds place with a critical study of 268th report on bail submitted in 2017. The work further suggests reforms in the law of bail to make it more practical in nature. Advocates, academicians, enforcement agencies, public prosecutors, journalists, judges, researchers and students etc. will find the book useful.

Prof. (Dr.) Manoj Kumar Sinha 

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Dr. Anuragdeep Associate Prof.

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LAW OF SEDITION AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN INDIA  (2018)
The book covers the Indian journey of the law of sedition during British period till date. The competing claims of democratic values and desirability of the provision of sedition law is examined. The Constituent Assembly Debates as well as position in the US, UK and New Zealand are deliberated. The Supreme Court decisions on section 124A and other similar laws in Bharati Press, Kedar Nath Singh, Balwant Singh, Arup Bhuyan, Common Cause, etc. are critically studied. The book presents a comparative analysis of these decisions with the Privy Council and Federal Court decisions as well as foreign decisions of Brandenburg and Humanitarian Law Project, etc. The study examines the Law Commission reports and six Bills of the Parliament on section 124A besides opinion of distinguished experts on retention or repeal of section 124A. The work also suggests reforms in the law and attempts to present a Bill. The book will be meaningful for the advocates, academicians, enforcement agencies, journalists and judges, etc

Prof. (Dr.) Manoj Kumar Sinha 

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Dr. Anuragdeep Associate Prof.

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