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A’ intentionally fired a shot from his pistol at ‘B’ but it hit ‘C’ and ‘C’ died. The offence committed by ‘A’ is?
Murder under Section 301
Murder under Section 300
Attempt to Murder
A abets B to commit a theft from the house of C. B finding an opportunity picks C’s pocket while C was travelling by a bus. Give the correct answer.
All the above are correct
A is responsible for abetment to theft
A is not responsible for abetment of committing theft because theft was not committed
A is not responsible for abetment of picking of pocket
A and B both are of 16 years of age. A entices B for marriage and takes her to another city. What offence has been committed by A?
A has committed kidnapping
A has committed abduction
A has committed no offence as B has gone with her own consent
A is himself minor. Hence A has committed no offence
'A' is cutting the wood with an axe at a place where children are playing ? The axe flies off and kills a nearby child. ‘A’ is liable for?
Causing death by negligence
‘A’ finds a purse with money, not knowing to whom it belongs; he afterwards discovers that it belongs to ‘B’ and appropriates to his own use. ‘A’ is guilty of?
Criminal breach of trust
'A' beat his wife. She fell down and became unconscious. Believing her to be dead and to save himself from being arrested for murder ‘A’ hanged her on the fan with rope. Postmortem report disclosed her death from hanging. ‘A’ is liable for?
A by putting B in fear of grievous hurt dishonestly induces B to sign on a blank paper, and delivers it to A. B signs and delivers the paper to A. A has committed?
A intentionally causes B’s death, partly by illegally omitting to give food to him, and partly by beating him. A has committed?
Attempt to murder
Culpable homicide not amounting to murder
Which one of the following is not essential for an offence?
Punishment for act
Does IPC extend to the state of Jammu and Kashmir?
Both IPC and RPC applies
Only Ranbir Penal Code applies
Which one of the following statements is not correct?
In every robbery there is a fear of violence
In every robbery there are at least two persons
In every robbery there is either theft or extortion
In every Dacoity there is robbery
A and B agreed to commit the murder of C by poisoning and D was to procure poison, but he did not procure it. A and B are guilty of?
Abetment of murder by conspiracy
Attempt to murder with the aid of section 34 Indian Penal Code
Criminal conspiracy to murder C
A meets B on high roads, shows a pistol, and demands B’s purse. B in consequence surrenders his purse. Here A has committed?
In which year did Indian Penal Code came into force?
Which one of the following is not correct?
For theft property should be removed dishonestly
For theft property must be movable
For theft property should have been removed for taking it away
For theft property must be removed out of the possession of the owner of property
Who prepared the draft of the Indian Penal Code?
Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay
None of the above
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