In a landmark judgment, the Court held that confession to officers under the Act is not admissible as evidence during trial and infringes on the Constitution. This will have ramifications for the Rhea Chakraborty case as well as others.
The Kerala High Court has warned that strict action will be taken against the investigating officer and the concerned media houses if the confession of an accused during the investigation is leaked or discussed in the media.
The Supreme Court yesterday (July 14) directed telecom companies and internet service providers to maintain all data that they gather for stipulated periods of time, to satisfy the requirements of Section 39 of the Evidence Act.
The Delhi High Court bench while hearing the petition filed highlighting the recent incidents of children committing suicides, or going into depression refused to entertain a PIL seeking formulation of policy protecting children from online game addiction.