Uthirasamy VS State represented by Inspector of Police Kolathur Police Station Salem District - 20 Feb 07

Provoked homicide is not murder.

India - Madras


Joseph Robert VS State of Tamil Nadu - 07 Apr 06

Unintentional homicide is not murder.

India - Madras


Ganesan VS State rep by The Inspector of Police - 07 Jul 06

Provoked homicide is not murder.

India - Madras


Moorthy VS State by Inspector of Police - 08 Sep 06

Every homicide is not murder.

India - Madras


P. Srinivasa Rao VS State, Inspector of Police, Guntur - 14 Mar 14

Unintentional homicide is not murder.

India - Andhra


Miniaka Masuri VS State of Orissa - 16 Sep 17

1. PENAL CODE, 1860 -Sec. 302 - Conviction under - Appeal - Prosecution has proved its case that it is the appellant and nonelse had done the deceased to death - Incident occurred during the certain quarrel between the father of the appellant and the deceased and also the appellant is a party to the same -Appellant had not come to the spot to assault the deceased - No pre-meditation -Such overt act of the appellant is a ‘culpable homicide not amounting to murder’ and punishable u/s. 304 Part-I of IPC - Directions issued. (Paras - 12 to 16). 2. PENAL CODE, 1860 -Secs. 302, 304 - All ‘murders’ are ‘culpable homicide’ but not vice versa - ‘Culpable homicide’ sans ‘special characterstic of murder’ is ‘culpable homicide not amounting to murder’ - Detailed stated. In the scheme of the Code, even if a ‘culpable homicide’ contains the ‘special characteristic of murder’, but if the same has been committed wit...

India - Orissa


R VS Lichniak - 25 Nov 02

Mandatory life sentence for murder has a denunciatory value, expressing society s view of a crime which has long been regarded with peculiar abhorrence.

India - Supreme Court


Shivaputra Mahadevappa HadapadaliasMunavalli VS State of Mysore - 15 Sep 69

Culpable homicide not amounting to murder.

India - Madras


Meenuga Yadaiah VS State of A. P. Rep by its Public Prosecutor - 02 Feb 17

Important—Unintentional homicide is not murder.

India - Andhra


K. Rajendran Babu VS State - 23 Mar 21

Code of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 - Section 174 and 482 - Indian Penal Code, 1860 - Section 304-A, II, 300, 299, 304, 72 - School Tour - Amusement Park - Drowned In Swimming Pool - Culpable Homicide - Case of prosecution is that children studying in classes 6th to 8th standards in Sri were taken to Amusement Park - One of students aged about 11 years drowned in swimming pool inside said amusement park - Deceased was rushed to Hospital and doctors declared him as brought dead – Held, In present case, there is an unfortunate and untimely death of a young boy aged about 11 years - This boy went on a school tour to an amusement park along with his schoolmates, and he is said to have fallen into a swimming pool and drowned to death - Petitioners who are Correspondent and Principal of school are sought to be charged for an offence of culpable homicide not amounting to murder - Admittedly, Petitioners were not present in scene of occurrence and not a single witness speaks about involvemen...

India - Madras