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that the discretion invested in the Judges to Impose capital punishment is not based on any standards or policy required ... Legislature for imposing capital punishment in preference to imprisonment for life; (iii) that the un- controlled and unguided discretion
Supreme Court of India
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Article 32-- Writ petition by wife of condemned prisoner---Capital punishment-- Justi- fication of--Hanging by neck--Scientific and less ... Constitution challenging the validity of the capital punishment 104 with a prayer for the quashing of the sentence awarded
Supreme Court of India
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will be difficult to hold that capital punishment as such is unreasonable or not required in the public interest ... person found guilty of murder or any other capital offence punishable under the Indian Penal Code with death
Supreme Court of India
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invested with the approval of the society.... Murder and capital punishment are not opposites that cancel one another but similar ... said years ago, reaffirming what Prince Satyavan said on capital punishment in Shanti Parva 10 of Mahabarata that "Destruction
Supreme Court of India
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pronounced by the Sessions Court in the case of capital punishment is not final unless confirmed by the High Court
Supreme Court of India
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Court is as to when and why shall capital punishment be pronounced on a murderer and why not in other ... sentence for reasons to be recorded in writing. Formerly, capital punishment was to be imposed unless special reasons could
Supreme Court of India
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contended, the discretion invested in the Judges to impose capital punishment is not based on any standards or policy required ... Legislature for imposing capital punishment in preference to imprisonment for life. In his submission this was a stark abdication
Supreme Court of India
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against the concurrent judgments of conviction and award of capital punishment. The Additional Sessions Judge, Pendra Road, District Bilaspur, convicted ... 20th November, 2007 as follows: |Offences |Punishment/Sentence | |302/34 IPC |Award of capital sentence and ordered| | |that they
Supreme Court of India
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march of the movement for abolition of Capital Punishment, that Judges in India are required to decide which sentence ... studies made on the subject whether capital punishment is the most desirable and most effective instrument for protecting the community
Supreme Court of India
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under the category of rarest of rare cases warranting capital punishment. 7. We heard Shri. A.K. Talesera, learned counsel ... fall under the rarest of rare category warranting capital punishment. 8. Ms. Aparjita Singh, learned counsel appearing for the respondent
Supreme Court of India
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