Snatching is now non-bailable offence in Haryana

Haryana on Monday became the first state where snatching has become a non-bailable offence and an accused can be punished now upto five years.

Dishonour killings: Law panel for harsher punishment, but no to death

Against the backdrop of the latest case of alleged dishonour killing, the Law Commission has recommended making it a non-bailable offence but disagreed with SC`s suggestion that death sentence be applied to all such cases.

Assault on doctors now non-bailable offence in Maha

Assault on doctors is now a cognisable and non-bailable offence in Maharashtra with the `Maharashtra Medical Services Persons and Medical Institutions
(Prevention of Violence & Damages or Loss of Property) Ordinance 2010`.

Maha plans to make illegal tree cutting non-bailable offence

Maharashtra Government is planning
to make illegal cutting of trees as a non-bailable offence by
booking the culprits under organised crime acts.