The United Kingdom developed International Child Protection Certificate (ICPC) to help, better and protect children from UK nationals or anyone. The International Child Protection Certificate (ICPC) is a criminal records check for UK nationals, or non-UK nationals who’ve previously lived in the UK, looking to work with children overseas.
No.25022/82/96-F.1 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS Dated: 10.4.1996. To Home Secretaries of all the State Governments and U.T. Administration. It has come to notice that some foreigners who enter India on the strength of tourist visas, indulge in religious/Tabligh work against the Visa rules/regulations and thus render themselves to action under the Foreigners… Read More A foreigner on a tourist visa cannot indulge himself in religious/Tabligh activities.
Guidance Note on “Types of Audit” Communications Guidance Note on “Types of Audit” Reference No. III/J/19-328-PPG/23-2013 dated 17th October, 2013 Audit methodology is how the office of the CAG of India codifies the standards and practices to be followed by auditors in carrying out their work. It gives rigour and discipline to our work and… Read More CAG of India codifies the standards and practices to be followed by auditors
Look out circular (LOC) is a circular letter used by authorities to check whether a traveling person is wanted by the police. It may be used at immigration checks at international borders (like International airports or sea ports). In India, LOC has a given proforma which have identification parameters of criminals and help police to… Read More What is Look Out Circular (LOC)
The rights of a foreigner in India has also been considered by the Supreme Court in relation to Article 19 and it was held that Article 19(1)(d) and (e) are unavailable to foreigners and no provisions of Article 14 can be invoked to obtain the fundamental right to a foreigner as held by the Supreme… Read More The rights of a foreigner in India
Foreigners Act confers power on the Central government to expel foreigners from India. This power with the Central Government is absolute and unfettered. There is no provision in the Constitution fettering the discretion of the Central Government.
Tourist is defined as “a foreigner having no residence or occupation in India, whose stay in India does not ordinarily exceed six months, who has no other object in visiting India, than recreation, sightseeing or attending, in a representative capacity, meetings convened by the Government of India or International bodies or any other meeting or… Read More Visa offences in India
Apex Court in the case of Union of India and Anr. v. Shardindu held that when language of the provision is plain and unambiguous, the question of supplying ‘casus omissus’ does not arise and the Court can interpret a law but cannot legislate. Therefore, recent trend for supplying gape in legislation is concerned, the Court will be loath in exercise of power under Article 226 of the Constitution of India
… Read More When language of the provision is plain and unambiguous, the question of supplying ‘casus omissus’ does not arise
A seizure is made at a particular moment when a person or authority takes into his possession some property which was earlier not in his possession. Thus, seizure is done at a particular moment of time. However, if after seizing of a property or document the said property or document is retained for some period… Read More Difference between seizing of a document and impounding a document.
In R v. Howells and others [(1999) 1 All.ER 50] Court of Appeal, Criminal Division said that “Court should always bear in mind that sentences were in almost every case intended to protect the public, whether by punishing the offender or reforming him, or deterring him and others, or all of those things.”