KSN Murthy’s Criminal Law (Indian Penal Code) is specially designed for students pursuing the three year or five-year degree course in law education institutes including national law schools. The book will also fulfill the requirement of students pursuing the LLM course from various universities of the country. It would be useful to academicians and activists, lawyers to laymen. The text is divided into 23 chapters and follows the pattern of the IPC. It covers the major areas of the IPC such as history and evolution of criminal law, general exceptions, abetment, criminal conspiracy, offences against the state, offences against public justice, offences relating to religion, offences affecting the human body, offences against property, criminal breach of contracts of service, offences relating to marriage, defamation, criminal intimidation and attempts to commit offences. Key Features:- • Discusses the concepts of criminal law in a very systematic manner using simple and lucid language • Provides learning objectives, points to remember and review questions for every chapter • Includes latest case law and amendments till 216 • Provides appendices at the end of the book
KVS Sarma is Professor of Law at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. He is a member of the Academic Council, Executive Council and General Council of NALSAR and the Head, Centre for Corporate Governance at NALSAR. A PhD in Consumer Protection Law from the Berhampur University, he started teaching in the year 1989. He is also Chair Professor of Consumer Law, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, New Delhi. He has also authored Modern Law of Insurance in India (LexisNexis, 2013).