2 edition of Crime and public disorder in colonial Bengal, 1861-1912 found in the catalog.
Crime and public disorder in colonial Bengal, 1861-1912
|LC Classifications||HV7094.B4 M85 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||95902580|
The hate speech laws in India aim to prevent discord among its many ethnic and religious communities. The laws allow a citizen to seek the punishment of anyone who shows the citizen disrespect "on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, caste or . Public Order Introduction There are many causes of public disorder. Widely prevalent crime is a cause as well to the unnecessary loss of life as well as serious economic and political dislocation in an as an effect of public disorder.
Get this from a library! Crime and control in early colonial Bengal, [Basudeb Chattopadhyay]. Sedition is a crime only when there is incitement to violence or public disorder. That is what the law of the land is as laid down in Kedar Nath Singh’s case. Sadly, day in and day out, we read of people being arrested in different parts of the country for making cartoons, making not so complementary references about the heads of the State.
The Supreme Court has clarified through various landmark judgements that a speech would be considered seditious (under Section A) only if there is an incitement to violence or intention to create public disorder. And yet, peaceful dissent against the government is . Like other pre-colonial socio-economic formations, the profession of prostitution also underwent a dramatic change in Bengal soon after the British take-over. Dangerous Outcast explores the world of the prostitute in 19th century Bengal. It traces how, from the peripheries of pre-colonial Bengali rural society, they came to dominate the centre-stage in Calcutta, the capital of British India.
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Reilly, Suptd. of Police, Dacca, 12 Oct.in TIB II: ; and J.C. Nixon, “An Account of the Revolutionary Organizations in Bengal Other than the Dacca Anushilan Samiti”. Subverting Empire: Deviance and Disorder in the British Colonial World | Will Jackson, Emily J. Manktelow (eds.) | download | B–OK.
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The Bengal Presidency had the highest gross domestic product in British India. Bengal hosted the most advanced cultural centers in British India. A cosmopolitan, eclectic cultural atmosphere took shape. There were many anglophiles, including the Naib Nazim of Dhaka.
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It analyses crime-centred fiction and non-fiction in the region to see how actual or imagined crimes related to women were shaped. 12 Arun Mukherjee () Crime and Public Disorder in Colonial Bengal: –, Calcutta: K. Bagchi and Company, p. 13 Bhadralok is a term for an economic group of people in Bengal (of various castes), who were economically prosperous and formed a social elite; members of this social.
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Law enforcement in colonial America was considered a local responsibility. As in England, the colonies established a system of night watch to guard cities against fire, crime, and disorder.The author of Section A, Stephen, had noted that “the Penal Code contained no provision at all as to seditious offences not involving an absolute breach of the peace was the clear intention of the framers of S A”.
After the Constitution came into force, the High Courts did the correct thing—strike down Section A as being violative of Article 19 (2).