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intestate, uncles and aunts being only in the third degree. (ii) A, the intestate, has left a great-grandfather ... kindred to him. All of these being in the third degree will take equal shares. (iii) A, the intestate, left
Central Government Act
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degree; his great-grandfather and great-grandson in the third degree
Central Government Act
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given preference over Post-Graduates holding third class degrees. On 19.6.1974 the Government framed Adhoc Rules, 1974 for the temporary ... given preference over Post-Graduates holding third class degrees and contended that they should, therefore. be given seniority over
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 6 - Cited by 20 - Full Document
restraining the respondents from harassing the petitioners or using third degree methods against the petitioner and to restrict the enquiry ... Customs Officers to extract, coerce or use any third degree methods as mentioned by the Counsel for the petitioners
Madras High Court
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been subjected to brutal police torture by using third degree methods like electric shock, severe beating and insertion of aluminium ... filed. As complaint before this Court has been that third Degree method has been applied by police officials namely respondent
Allahabad High Court
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view to secure evidence or confession often resorts to third degree methods including torture and adopts techniques of screening arrest ... secure evidence against the policemen responsible for resorting to third degree methods since they are incharge of police station records
Supreme Court of India
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acknow- ledgment. [645 G-H, 646 A-E] (1) 'Third degree' is an easy temptation where the pressure to detect ... resort to improper means, however worthy the ends. Therefore. 'Third degree' has to be out-lawed and indeed has been
Supreme Court of India
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Supreme Court of India Sube Singh vs State Of Haryana & Ors on 3 February
Supreme Court of India
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deceased which may be indicative of the police using third degree methods but the injuries on the buttocks could ... indicative of user of third degree methods. Apart from injuries on the soles and the buttocks, there were other injuries
Supreme Court of India
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bribe of Rs.2000 to desist from meeting out third degree punish- ment to the suspect. The case against ... evidence against the policemen responsible for re- sorting to third degree methods since they are in charge of police station
Supreme Court of India
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