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Commentaries on the Defence of India act, 1962

and the Defence of India rules, along with Essential commodities act, 1955, the Gold control act, 1965, and other allied laws

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        StatementCentral Law Agency
        PublishersCentral Law Agency
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        LC Classifications1966
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 55 p. :
        Number of Pages44
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
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These are the provisions which provide protection to the State for the acts done in good faith. 3 million Indian soldiers and labourers served in Europe, Africa and the 1962 East, while both the Indian government and the princes sent large supplies of food, money and ammunition. Government for any damage caused or likely to be caused by anything in good faith done or intended to be done in pursuance of this Act or any rule made thereunder or any order issued under any such rule.

Synopsis : Rules Under the Defence of India Act 1962 51 of 1962 as Modified Up to the 1st March 1963 written by India. If any person contravenes any order made under section 29 or section 31, he shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year, or with fine, or with both.

by Jasjit Singh, Strategic Analysis, March 1994• During the period during which the Proclamation of Emergency is in operation, the State Government may, by general or special order, direct that a Special Tribunal shall try any offence— a under any rule made under section 3, or b punishable with death, imprisonment for life or imprisonment for a term which may extend to ten years under section 5 of this Act or under sub-section 4 of section 5 of the Indian Official Secrets Act, 1923 19 of 1923.

Craddock explained to the assembly that the lack of judicial oversight and advice were acceptable since the restrictive measures in the act were "preventive and not punitive in measures". Ultimately, he was released but he did not receive the gold back as the Head constable who was the in charge of the maalkhana had absconded with the gold. - 1 The Central Government may, by order, direct that any power or duty which by this Act or by any rule made under this Act is conferred or imposed upon the Central Government shall, in such circumstances and under such conditions, if any, as may be specified in the direction, be exercised or discharged also- a by any officer or authority subordinate to the Central Government, or b whether or not the power or duty relates to a matter with respect to which a State Legislature has power to make laws, by any State Government or by any officer or authority subordinate to such Government, or c by any other authority.

1923 19 of 1923 as amended by section 6 of 1962 Act, triable by any court having jurisdiction within the local limits of the jurisdiction of the Special Tribunals and may any such order direct the transfer to the Special Tribunal of any particular case from any other Special Tribunal or any other criminal court not being a High Court.

The plaintiffs had landed near the railway line.

Defence of India act and Defence of India rules, 1962

3 Any rule made under this Chapter may provide that a contravention of the rule shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months, or with fine not exceeding one thousand rupees, or with both. A Special Tribunal shall have all the powers conferred by the Code on a Court of Session exercising Commentaries on the Defence of India act jurisdiction. by Priyanka Singh, IDSA Comment, September 9 2010• 2 Any officer so empowered may, after giving to any woman not appearing in public reasonable warning and facility to withdraw, remove or open any lock or bolt or break open any door of any building or do any other act necessary for effecting such eviction.