Islam is a way of life. It integrates man with God, awakens in him with a moral consciousness and invites him to deal with all the problems of life— individual and social, economic and political, national and international—in accord with his commitment to God. Islam does not divide life into domains of the spiritual and … Continue reading The History of Islam
West Bengal Act 39 of 1994 [8th August, 1994.] CHAPTER I Assent of the Governor first publish in the Calcutta Gazette, Extraordinary, dated 8th August, 1994. An Act to establish a Board of Madrasah Education in West Bengal and to provide for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. Whereas it is expedient to establish a … Continue reading The West Bengal Board of Madrasah Education Act, 1994.
Bengal Act 4 of 1918 [1st May, 1918] An Act to supplement, and in certain matters to supersede, the Royal Charter of Incorporation and the Statute and Regulation of the Serampore College. Whereas on the 23rd day of February, 1827, the institution established in Serampore, Bengal, and known as the Serampore College, was incorporated by Royal … Continue reading The Serampore College Act, 1918 [ West Bengal ]
West Bengal Act No. 2 of 1949 [Assent of the Governor-General was first published in the Calcutta Gazette, Extraordinary, of the 28th February, 1949] An Act to make better provision relating to the law of landlord and tenant in respect of thika tenancies in Calcutta. Whereas it is expedient to make better provision relating to the … Continue reading Calcutta Thika Tenancy Act, 1949
Published vide Notification No. 3264-L. Ref. dated 2nd November, 2004. Published in the Kolkata Gazette, Extraordinary, dated November 2, 2004. Notification No. 3264-L. Ref. dated 2nd November, 2004.—In exercise of the power conferred by section 19 of the West Bengal Thika Tenancy (Acquisition and Regulation) Act, 2001 (West Bengal Act 32 of 2001), the Governor … Continue reading The West Bengal Thika Tenancy (Acquisition and Regulation) Rules, 2004.
Published vide Notification No. F. 12-2-82-3-Jail, dated 13-2-1990, M.P. Rajpatra Part 4 (Ga), dated 30-3-1990 at pages 146-154 In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 31 of the Prisoners Act, 1900 (No. III of 1900), in its application to the State of Madhya Pradesh, the State Government hereby makes the following rules, namely :- … Continue reading The Madhya Pradesh Prisoner’s Leave Rules, 1989
CHAPTER 4 Investigation of Crime 1. Information of Crime 66. Reports submitted under Section 157 of the Code should be carefully and promptly scrutinized by the Magistrate to whom they are submitted. Scrutiny will not only permit him to decide whether action under Section 159 of the Code is desirable but will also, if he is … Continue reading Investigation of Crime [rules under Criminal Court Rules and order Madhya Pradesh]
Part I Instructions to Criminal Courts CHAPTER 1 Court Hours, Cause Lists and Affidavits A. General 1. In this part "the Code" means the Code of Criminal Procedure (Act V of 1898). 2. All Criminal Courts should be opened by 11 a.m. and the presiding officers should be present in their place by that hour, unless for … Continue reading Criminal Courts – Rules and Orders [Madhya Pradesh]