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  • In India neither the legislature nor the judiciary has issued structured sentencing guidelines.  Several governmental committees have pointed to the need to adopt such guidelines in order to minimize uncertainty in awarding sentences.  The higher courts, recognizing the absence of such guidelines, have provided judicial guidance in the form of principles and factors that courts must take into account while exercising discretion in sentencing.

The Indian Penal Code prescribed offences and punishments for the same.  For many offences only the maximum punishment is prescribed and for some offences the minimum may be prescribed. The Judge has wide discretion in awarding the sentence within the statutory limits.  There is now no guidance to the Judge in regard to selecting the most appropriate sentence given the circumstances of the case.  Therefore each Judge exercises discretion accordingly to his own judgment. There is therefore no uniformity. Some Judges are lenient and some Judges are harsh. Exercise of unguided discretion is not good even if it is the Judge that exercises the discretion.
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  • In India neither the legislature nor the judiciary has issued structured sentencing guidelines.  Several governmental committees have pointed to the need to adopt such guidelines in order to minimize uncertainty in awarding sentences.  The higher courts, recognizing the absence of such guidelines, have provided judicial guidance in the form of principles and factors that courts must take into account while exercising discretion in sentencing.

    The Indian Penal Code prescribed offences and punishments for the same.  For many offences only the maximum punishment is prescribed and for some offences the minimum may be prescribed. The Judge has wide discretion in awarding the sentence within the statutory limits.  There is now no guidance to the Judge in regard to selecting the most appropriate sentence given the circumstances of the case.  Therefore each Judge exercises discretion accordingly to his own judgment. There is therefore no uniformity. Some Judges are lenient and some Judges are harsh. Exercise of unguided discretion is not good even if it is the Judge that exercises the discretion.
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    Meme credits: @__that_funny_guy__
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    #desikaanoon
    #supremecourt #caselaws #constitutionday #lawwithit #lawupdates #lawofattraction #law #India #love #peace #followforfollow #indianadvocates #advocate #earth #environment #lawschool #lawmemes #gl #highcourt #followforlawupdates #lawschool #clat #lawsociety #legal #legalpractice #Indian

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  • Career Launcher - LST announces the next All India Open Mock CLAT - Based on Official CLAT 2020 Pattern. 
Date - 25.01.2020
Time - 3:00 PM- 5:00 PM
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  • Career Launcher - LST announces the next All India Open Mock CLAT - Based on Official CLAT 2020 Pattern.
    Date - 25.01.2020
    Time - 3:00 PM- 5:00 PM
    Venue - Career Launcher, 1st Floor, Totey Complex, Above Totey Eye Hospital, Rathi Nagar, Amravati
    Call: 9022-121-407

    Register Now and Get - - One week's Manthan Free (Based on new CLAT 2020 Pattern) - Test yourself in an environment that simulates the actual CLAT - Benchmark your performance against 15,000+ aspirants - Develop an understanding of the changes introduced in CLAT - Watch Aptitude Guru, Gautam Puri, attempt the same mock - Take the test in offline/online mode - Test available across 170+ Test prep centres spread across 90+ cities - Get drill down analysis
    Note - You can take the test only within the given time frame and date.
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  • India's GDP growth is seen dipping to an 11-year low of 5 per cent in the current fiscal, mainly due to poor showing by manufacturing and construction sectors, government data showed.

As per the first advance estimates of the national income released by the National Statistical Office (NSO), the manufacturing sector output growth will decelerate to 2 per cent in 2019-20, down from 6.9 per cent in the previous financial year.

Likwise, the construction sector growth is estimated at 3.2 per cent as against 8.7 per cent in 2018-19.

According to back series GDP data released by the government in November 2018, the previous low in economic growth was recorded at 3.1 per cent in 2008-09.

The dismal performance for the fiscal was anticipated as the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth in the first quarter was 5 per cent and 4.5 per cent in the subsequent three-months period.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had also lowered its forecast for the economic growth to 5 per cent while announcing its bi-monthly monetary policy last month.

The macro-economic data is important as Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman would be using it for preparing Budget estimates for the next financial year. She is expected to present the Budget 2020-21 in Parliament on February 1.

The NSO data further revealed that deceleration in growth will also be witnessed in other key segments, like agriculture; electricity; gas and water supply; trade; hotel and transport sector; financial; real estate; and professional services.

Whereas, some sectors, including mining, public administration, and defence, showed minor improvement.

As per the advance estimates for 2019-20, the growth in real GDP during 2019-20 is estimated at 5 per cent as compared to 6.8 per cent in 2018-19.

#indianbusiness #indianeconomy #economy #DontboycottChaapakCauseEconomyIsSlow #DontKillMeForaPictureOfAmuslimManMakingPakoda
  • India's GDP growth is seen dipping to an 11-year low of 5 per cent in the current fiscal, mainly due to poor showing by manufacturing and construction sectors, government data showed.

    As per the first advance estimates of the national income released by the National Statistical Office (NSO), the manufacturing sector output growth will decelerate to 2 per cent in 2019-20, down from 6.9 per cent in the previous financial year.

    Likwise, the construction sector growth is estimated at 3.2 per cent as against 8.7 per cent in 2018-19.

    According to back series GDP data released by the government in November 2018, the previous low in economic growth was recorded at 3.1 per cent in 2008-09.

    The dismal performance for the fiscal was anticipated as the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth in the first quarter was 5 per cent and 4.5 per cent in the subsequent three-months period.

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had also lowered its forecast for the economic growth to 5 per cent while announcing its bi-monthly monetary policy last month.

    The macro-economic data is important as Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman would be using it for preparing Budget estimates for the next financial year. She is expected to present the Budget 2020-21 in Parliament on February 1.

    The NSO data further revealed that deceleration in growth will also be witnessed in other key segments, like agriculture; electricity; gas and water supply; trade; hotel and transport sector; financial; real estate; and professional services.

    Whereas, some sectors, including mining, public administration, and defence, showed minor improvement.

    As per the advance estimates for 2019-20, the growth in real GDP during 2019-20 is estimated at 5 per cent as compared to 6.8 per cent in 2018-19.

    #indianbusiness #indianeconomy #economy #DontboycottChaapakCauseEconomyIsSlow #DontKillMeForaPictureOfAmuslimManMakingPakoda

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