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women or under Section 377 IPC as unnatural offences. 3. The petitioner through the present petition contends that the narrow ... continue to be considered as offences under Sectoin 377 ("Unnatural Offences") on par with certain forms of consensual penetration (such
Supreme Court of India
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Section 377 in The Indian Penal Code 377. Unnatural offences.—Whoever voluntarily has carnal inter­course against the order
Central Government Act
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pertinent aspect is that such photographs include the unnatural offences, which are covered under Section 377 of IPC. Section ... ready reference reads as under :- Section 377. Unnatural offences Whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with
Gujarat High Court
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which criminally penalizes what is described as "unnatural offences", to the extent the said provision criminalises consensual sexual acts between ... categorised under the sub-chapter titled "Of Unnatural Offences" and reads as follows: "377. Unnatural Offences - Whoever voluntarily has carnal
Delhi High Court
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penile penetration into anus, Section 377 IPC dealing with unnatural offences ........... If acts such as penetration of finger ... falling under Section 375 BA.4229/08 12 and unnatural offences falling under Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code
Kerala High Court
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other students on various dates and committed unnatural offences on them, outraged their modesty and also attempted to rape ... School, and either raped or subjected to unnatural offences. Any superlative adjective in the English Dictionary may not be sufficient
Madras High Court
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accomplice. So also in the case of unnatural offences. But in all these cases a large volume of case ... secret, such as incest, offences with females" (or unnatural offences) "could never be brought to justice." Next, I turn
Supreme Court of India
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such as:- (i) murder after rape repeated chained rape/unnatural offences; (ii) murder with intention for the ransom; (iii) murder ... heinous crime such as:- remissions. (i) murder with rape/unnatural offences; (ii) murder with intention to collect ransom/robbery/ kidnapping
Supreme Court of India
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Madras High Court Mrs. Annie Besant vs G. Narayaniah on 29 October, 1913 Equivalent citations
Madras High Court
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life- convict who have more than one sentence for offences committed either before their admission to Jail or while ... such as :- (i) Murder after rape repeated chained rape/ unnatural offences. (ii) Murder with intention for the ransom. (iii) Murder
Supreme Court of India
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