What is Perception

Perception In psychology and the cognitive sciences, perception is the process of acquiring, interpreting, selecting, and organizing sensory information. Methods of studying perception range from essentially biological or physiological approaches, through psychological approaches to the often abstract 'thought-experiments' of mental philosophy. The senses Human perception depends on the senses. The classical five senses are sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. Along…

Identical statements-No special rule for recording statement by police u/s 161 of Cr.P.C

Gurbachan Singh  Vs  State of Punjab-There is no special rule or direction provided in the Code of Criminal Procedure affording guidance for police officers in recording statements of witnesses and usually what is done is that when a suceeding witness…

Commissions for examination of witnesses should not be allowed ordinarily in criminal cases

Dharmanand Pant  Versus  State of U.P -Witnesses in a criminal case should not be examined on commission except in extreme cases of delay, expense or inconvenience and in particular the procedure by way of interrogatories should be resorted in unavoidable…

Westminister Magistrate rejects Ex-HC Judge Abhay Thipsay’s evidence in Nirav Modi`s case

The Westminister Magistrate Court has ruled that Abhay Thipsay 's evidence need not be in private. Abhay Thipsay had joined the Congress party and stated that he was aware of high profile cases. Abhay Thipsay was a retired judge who served in the Bombay and Allahabad High Court had told the London Court via video link that the charges leveled by the CBI against fraud Nirav Modi that includes criminal conspiracy, cheating, dishonesty inducing delivery of property would not stand up under the Indian law.