Monthly Archives: May 2017

A Case of Misreporting creates confusion…in Section 65B

Today livelaw.in flashed a report stating that the ¬†Madurai Bench of the High Court of Madras has reportedly observed that “Primary Evidence of electronic record under Section 62 of Indian Evidence Act would be admissible without compliance of Section 65”. … Continue reading

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What to do if your computer is locked by a ransomware

Leaving the technicalities aside, I have posted a detailed Advisory on what a Common man has to do if his computer is affected by WannaCry or other similar ransomware. This advisory is available at Naavi.org¬† I am not repeating it … Continue reading

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Evidence Obtained Illegally is also admissible if relevant…

Recently, a question was posed to the undersigned about the acceptability of evidence when there is a challenge that the evidence was obtained through illegal means. Following is my reaction to the query. There have been many occasions in which … Continue reading

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