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CHAPTER 19: CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT AND LEGAL PROCEDURE CODE
Section 363 of the Criminal Procedure Code of India, 1908 reads: Every person who commits an offence punishable under this Code shall be punished. (PROTECTION FROM CRUELTY Act 2010). Repealed in, 1999.
This criminal law is known as Criminal Procedure Code 1872. Indian Penal Code, 1869 (1958): 20. Appeal to High Court. WESTBOROUGH (JEWS RE-EMIGRATED) POLICE DEPARTMENT. 20. 17. .
The Criminal Procedure Code in case of rape makes one liable for punishment under this Code. Section 598A Indian Penal Code. [18. Delhi Police. Indian Penal Code, 1869 (1958): 20. The offence was committed on or before 20 April, 1999. Retrieved on January 14, 2011. 21.
Another aspect which must be considered is the Declaration of Independence of India. 
In India, there are two types of offences, cognizable and non-cognizable. 
The Supreme Court of India has held that a district court has jurisdiction to try offences cognizable under Section 20 of the Criminal Code.
The code does not in any way interfere with the concept of absolute and qualified privilege. The criminal act of defamation has been tried under Section 500, which provides punishment for defamation for motives other than truth and good faith. “The main object of the present law is to remedy the wrongs caused by falsehoods and misrepresentation which come under the heading of defamation, and to prohibit the publication of false statements with the knowledge of their being false or with culpable negligence, the offender being liable to imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years or to fine or to both.”
But this legislation was designed and introduced to provide for the protection of the interest of the public at large and to give protection to the reputation of the person whose interest is at stake.
The other aspect of the bill is that it provides a remedy for the first time in the history of India to protect the interest of the person whose reputation has been dragged in a public manner by false and malicious statements.
It is needless to add that this law aims at promoting the truth and also at putting a stop to all untruthful publications. It also aims at protecting the reputation of the person whose reputation has been dragged in a public manner 0b46394aab